Welcome to the Award Winning Air Force Junior ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) program at Temecula Valley High School! As we enter our 26th year, we are pleased to offer this program as one of the VERY best units across the Nation and overseas. 

    Be a part of the outstanding Flying Bear tradition!  Join Air Force JROTC now!  Contact an instructor with questions or have a school counselor adjust your class schedule.  


    The mission of Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) is to "Develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community.”  We ARE NOT a recruiting program for the military and there is ZERO obligation to any military service by being a part of this unique, one-of-a-kind high school program.

    The objectives of AFJROTC are to educate and train high school cadets in citizenship and life skills; promote community service; instill a sense of responsibility; develop character and self-discipline through education and instruction in air and space fundamentals and the Air Force core values of “integrity first, service before self and excellence in all we do.”  


    CA-933 is once again recognized by the Air Force Junior ROTC commander, Colonel Paul C. Lips., with "Distinguished Unit" honors for academic year 2018-2019.  According to the commander, "these awards recognize the personal growth and accomplishments of the cadets, contributions of the instructors as mentors, and the support of the school and local community."  The commander added, "Certainly numerous AFJROTC units are doing great things in their respective communities, but these (distinguished) units truly represent the best of our 900 AFJROTC and NDCC units worldwide. The cadets, instructors, and schools are to be commended for earning their award."  The Flying Bears are one of the very best units world-wide!  


    The cadets of TVHS CA-933 were recognized with the Headquarters AFJROTC “Silver Star” Community Service with Excellence Award for the FIFTH consecutive year!  This is the Flying Bear's fifth year of the award which recognizes the top 5% (or Top 45) of 900 world-wide units for sustained outstanding community service for the 2018-2019 academic school year.  The corps racked up 36,253 community service hours the past five years alone!  For SY 18-19, cadets volunteered over 6,200 hours!  Great job! 

    CA-933 UNIT GOALS FOR SY 2019-20

    Cadet Impact Goals

    1. (SY19-20) 94.5% of cadets will wear the proper uniform-of-the-day
    2. (SY19-20) 45% of cadets will be actively involved in co-curricular activities
    3. (SY19-20) 15% of cadets will reach National Physical Fitness status


    School Impact Goals (include 1 Recruiting Goal)

    1. (SY19-20) Maintain a GPA of at least 2.80 to help TVHS increase overall GPA and graduation rates
    2. (SY19-20) 35% of cadets will be actively involved in other TVHS activities
    3. (SY19-20) Conduct 55 community outreach functions to create awareness of and recruit for AFJROTC


    Community Impact Goals

    1. (SY19-20) Cadets will earn at least 5,500 community service hours
    2. (SY19-20) Conduct 7 clean-ups to beautify the campus and community
    3. (SY19-20) 37% of cadets will reach 45 community service hours




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         C/Lt Col             Harrison Chance          Group Commander


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                 C/Major Jayden Campbell                       Vice Group Commander

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              C/Captain Jerrin Concepcion                        C/Captain Trinity Moriel                             Executive Officers



     C/CMSgt Christian Salazar                               Command Chief

  • Sgt. Stephen P. Saxton

    We Will Never Forget...

    U.S. Army Sgt. Stephen P. Saxton. 24, of Temecula, Calif.; assigned to the Army’s 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, Fort Carson, Colo.; Operation Iraq Freedom; killed May 3, 2005 when an improvised explosive device detonated near his humvee while his unit was conducting a route security mission in Baghdad. Sgt. Stephen P. Saxton was a 1998 graduate of Temecula Valley High School. He is the only TVHS graduate to have died in combat while serving in Iraq or Afghanistan.