Air Force R.O.T.C. students in uniform holding flags.

Aerospace Studies/Air Force ROTC Program News

The Air Force ROTC program provides Flying Rebels with excellent ways to jumpstart their careers. Some of these include: extensive academic funding, specialized military training, leadership development, fitness maintenance, professional development, and team-driven experiences.

Current Aerospace Studies/Air Force ROTC News

Air Force ROTC cadet standing next to American flag
Campus News | November 18, 2019

UNLV’s Flying Rebels have commissioned more than 100 graduates as officers in the United States Air Force; anniversary celebration scheduled for Nov. 19 on campus.

Blaise Cohen
People | November 14, 2018

Faculty-Staff Holiday Card Scholarship recipient has lifelong dream of being an Air Force pilot on the runway and picking up speed.

People | November 10, 2014

While the transition from the military to the classroom is easy for some veterans, others experience a culture shock. A few Rebel veterans share their stories.

Frank Burnside pictured next to his plane
Business and Community | March 6, 2014

Long before airline travel became ordinary, Nevada visionaries foresaw the critical role it would play in the state's economic health.

Aerospace Studies/Air Force ROTC In The News

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
August 12, 2020

Catching a glimpse of jets flying overhead was one thing Anthony Noll looked forward to as a child.

Las Vegas Sun
September 30, 2019

Just after the two-year anniversary of the day that irrevocably changed Leslie Collis’ life, the native Las Vegan will say goodbye to the city she has called home for 15 years.

Las Vegas Review Journal
June 30, 2015
The $10 million that state lawmakers approved to help recruit new teachers may not arrive in Clark County School District coffers for several more weeks.
June 23, 2015
Gov. Sandoval signs bill giving $27 million to UNLV
May 22, 2015
A push to expand rights to carry guns on public-college campuses has largely fizzled.
Las Vegas Review Journal
May 15, 2015
Not only could unmanned aerial systems deliver packages to a home or office some day, they may also drive the conversation on the issue of personal privacy, a panel of drone experts agreed Wednesday.

Recent Aerospace Studies/Air Force ROTC Accomplishments

March 4, 2019
Heidi Shelton (Health Physics and Diagnostic Sciences) presented “Digital Radiography: When the Safety of Low Dose Radiation Creates Sloppiness” during the Association of Collegiate Educators in Radiologic Technology annual conference. The lecture identified poor practices that increase radiation exposure to technologists and patients, addressed...