Welcome to the Arnold Air Foulois Squadron
Arnold Air Society (AAS) is the professional, honorary, service organization of AFROTC that advocates the support of aerospace power.
The Benjamin D. Foulois Squadron is hosted at the University of Notre Dame AFROTC Detachment 225 and is a proud part of AAS Area VI. Service is foremost in our minds as we seek to contribute to our campus, community, and country by giving our time and talents. Ultimately, our primary mission is to grow as future leaders of the United States Air Force.
If you would like more information or are interested in coordinating a service project with AAS, contact us at email@example.com.
In the past year, Foulois Squadron members and candidates dedicated over 162 hours towards community service. Volunteering on campus and at non-profit agencies, our 47 members and candidates have had an impact on the lives of an estimated 6,000 people in our community. While honing their leadership and professional development, cadets have taken an active role in projects which included:
- Raising $580 for the Food Bank of Northern Indiana
- Coordinating Halloween activities with Hope Ministries
- Assembling care packages for deployed service members
- Hosting a 24-hour Veterans' Day Vigil
- Raising donations for VFW Operation Uplink calling cards
- Volunteering at Cafe Manna and Immanuel Church shelters
- Packing 680 lunches for the Food4Kids Program
- Assisting the American Red Cross in 4 campus blood drives
- Renovating homes with Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together
- Leading science demonstrations at Battell Elementary School
- Working with Army ROTC ATLAS Society and Navy ROTC Trident Society to raise over $2,200 for the Wounded Warrior Project 10K race
AAS is a distinguished honorary society of AFROTC cadets because of its high standards for admittance. Candidate training lasts one semester and is offered in both fall and spring.
Reasons to Join
- Challenge yourself
- Demonstrate your leadership
- Build camaraderie among your peers
- Network with your USAF leaders
- Serve your country, one community at a time
Candidate Training Requirements
- Attend 90% of Candidate Meetings
- Acquire all cadre and staff signatures
- Lead a community service project
- Take the AAS oath
Staff and Members
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