AFJROTC CA-20052 Patch developed and designed by Cadets Miguel Cortes and Samuel Villapando class of 2021

  • CA-20052 

    Unit CA-20052 Great Oak High School AFJROTC began operations in 2005. In its 19-year history, Unit CA-20052 has earned Distinguished Unit honors in eight of its nineteen-year history, four of those years being Distinguished Unit with Merit, the latest being 2023/2024.  Recognized as one of the "best AFJROTC Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) programs in the nation,” GOHS AFJROTC has an inventory of over $40,000 of UAS’s, with part 107 FAA certified instructors to aid in students receiving part 107 FAA instruction and certification.


    The mission of AFJROTC is, “To develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community." Leadership Development Requirements (LDR), aides in developing citizens of character through Kittyhawk Honor Society (KHHS), Awareness Presentation Team (APT), Flying Tigers Flight Simulator, Strategic Planning Committee, UAS Team, Public Affairs (PA) and Drill.  Model Rocketry, Model Airplane, Robotics and UAS assembly are instrumental in reinforcing classroom instruction in Leadership Education, Aerospace Science, Health and Wellness, with an emphasis on teamwork.

    “Dedicated to Serving Their Nation and Community”, GOHS AFJROTC contributes over 3500 hours of community service annually, with events focusing on serving veterans and their families, kids with special needs, elementary schools, the elderly and animals.   

    AFJROTC GOHS’s has competitive drill and drone teams. Drill won first place honors in JV Color Guard, Unarmed regulation, Armed Tap Out, Four Person Unarmed Exhibition, and Armed Inspection at the 2024 Inland Empire Drill Competition and First Place JV Color Guard at the 2023/2024 San Jacinto Drill competition. The Great Oak Drone team placed 2nd in the 2024 Remote JROTC Discover Drone Championship event. 




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