2.2.2. Flight Solo Badge. Awarded to any cadet possessing a solo flight certificate signed by a FAA certified flight instructor for either powered or non-powered aircraft. OPR: HQ AFOATS/JROSL.
2.2.3. Flight Certificate Badge. Awarded to any cadet who possesses a valid FAA pilot’s certificate for either powered or non-powered aircraft. OPR: HQ AFOATS/JROSL.
*2.2.4. Awareness Presentation Team Badge. Awarded for participation on an Awareness Presentation Team. Criteria for becoming a member of the team should be published in the Cadet Guide or the Unit Operating Instructions. OPR: HQ AFOATS/JROS.
*2.2.6. Academy Modeling of Aeronautics (AMA) Wings. Awarded to cadets who are members of a local AMA chartered model airplane club. Contact the AMA (list of award contacts is located on the Cyber Campus HQ Library under the Cadet Awards folder) to obtain badge for qualifying cadets.
2.2.7. Distinguished AFJROTC Cadet Badge. This annual award consists of a certificate and the Distinguished AFJROTC Cadet badge. The award recognizes one outstanding second-year cadet (third-year cadet in a 4-year program) selected at the end of each school year. This allows the recipient to wear the award their final year in the AFJROTC program. The recipient must be of high moral character, demonstrate positive personal attributes, display outstanding military potential, and maintain consistent academic and military excellence.
The SASI, in coordination with the ASI and with the concurrence of the principal, selects the recipient of this award. The AFOATS Form 308, Certificate of Recognition, which is located in the Cyber Campus HQ Library in the Certificates folder, is used to present with the badge. The unit must purchase the badge from a vendor. The recipient should hold the following awards prior to selection:
· Leadership Ribbon
· Achievement Ribbon
· Superior Performance Ribbon
· Academic Ribbon
· Cocurricular Activities Leadership Ribbon
· Service Ribbon
2.2.8. Aerospace Education Foundation (AEF) Academic Cadet Badge. Awarded to rising Junior and Senior cadets for academic excellence as signified by attaining an overall 3.3 grade point average with no grade below “C” on their transcript. The individuals must be recommended by the SASI. OPR: HQ AFOATS/JROS.
2.2.9. Model Rocketry Badge. Awarded to cadets who have fulfilled model rocketry program requirements. Program requirements are listed in the Model Rocketry Handbook available in the Cyber Campus HQ Library in the Guide and Handbooks folder. OPR: HQ AFOATS/JROSL.
*2.2.10. Other Badges. Wearing badges from other services beyond their intended purpose, badges from the regular Air Force, or other organizations on the AFJROTC uniform is prohibited. Example: Unit cannot designate Army Signal Corps or Infantry badges to signify membership in the unit color guard or drill team. However, badges earned by cadets enrolled in a sister service JROTC program may be worn on the AFJROTC uniform in the location specified by the sister service. The AFJROTC badge location will always take precedence over the sister service badge.
*2.2.11. Marksmanship Awards. Marksmanship competition awards/badges may be worn on the AFJROTC uniform under the ribbons on the left pocket flap of the light blue shirt or below the ribbons on the service dress uniform.