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Air Force Junior Reserve Training Corps (AFJROTC) was founded under Public Law 88-647, called the ROTC Vitalization Act of 1964. SC-932 at James F. Byrnes High School was established in July 1993. The designation SC-932 indicates that our unit was the second AFJROTC program approved for South Carolina in 1993.
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The purpose of the SC-932 AFJROTC program is to develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. The mission of the AFJROTC instructor team is to provide a framework to fulfill this purpose by helping high school students develop leadership skills, self-discipline, teamwork, and citizenship. A strong objective of the Air Force and of James F. Byrnes High School is to instill class and excellence in each cadet. The program greatly promotes community service, education excellence, fitness, and personal development for success. All of these aspects exist to create an environment centered at providing each individual cadet with a lifetime of memories and valuable experiences. Admirable attributes and skills that only a leader possesses will aid, build character, and lead each individual to a promising and fulfilling future.
Uniform wear for 2 September 2015 is Class C Modified. Look Sharp!
Drill Team is holding an ice break on the 24th of August at Byrnes Freshman Academy. For more information contact c/Maj Issac Bennett or c/Maj Hannah Yeargain.