Air Force-Baylor

Air Force-Baylor

About Us

Our Mission

The Baylor Alumni United States Air Force Affiliates (Air Force-Baylor) brings together alumni and friends in support of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps, and educational program designed to give men and women the opportunity to become Air Force or Space officers while completing their degrees. This group is open to Baylor graduates or family members who served in our nation’s Air Force or Space Force.

Click here to read the Air Force-Baylor Constitution and Bylaws.

Get Involved

We invite you to participate in one of our newest Baylor Alumni Groups, founded in 2021. We have some exciting opportunities coming your way! Complete this quick survey below to be added to our distribution list.

AF-Baylor Alumni Survey

Be sure to also keep your contact information up-to-date at: Alumni Update Form


Connect with the Baylor Family

Check out our upcoming events to join other Baylor alums in your area and across the country, virtually.

Baylor Alumni United States Air Force

Pictured above: The Baylor ROTC class of 2022 received their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the United States Air Force on May 17, 2022.


Marsh Gerald Endowed Scholarship

The Chaplain (Major General) Gerald Marsh Endowed Scholarship was created in August of 1993 to establish an award for Baylor AFROTC cadets. Each year at Homecoming, the Baylor AFROTC Alumni Advisory Committee awards scholarships to cadets enrolled in AFROTC. This annual event provides the Baylor AFROTC Alumni Association an opportunity to recognize outstanding cadet accomplishment while helping to mitigate today's rising educational costs. Use the button below to give to the AFROTC-Gerald Marsh Endowed Scholarship

Give to the Marsh Gerald Endowed Scholarship

AFROTC Corps of Cadets Endowment Fund

The AFROTC Corps of Cadets Endowment Fund provides opportunities to fund cadet operations and / or equipment to enhance leadership and morale experiences. Examples might include sponsoring the annual Combat Dining-In (Fall), Dining-Out (Spring), unique exercise equipment not provided by Baylor, flashlights for morning runs, etc. The Cadet Wing prioritizes their requirements for the academic year and presents the information to the Detachment Commander for approval. The Detachment Commander has sole responsibility for distributing this fund to assist the cadets.

Give to the AFROTC Corps of Cadets Endowed Fund

Steering Committee

Geographic representatives

Austin/Hill Country:

DFW and NAS Ft. Worth JRB: Gulf Coast - Vacant
Houston - Vacant
North Texas & Sheppard: Waco - Baylor Staff West Texas & Goodfellow & Dyess AFBs - Vacant
San Antonio. Lackland & Randolph AFBs: Silverwings - Vacant

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