The flight to which you are assigned will be competing with all other flights for outstanding flight month or year. Points will be awarded to all activities you participate in for the given period of time. The flight with the most combined points will earn the title of Flight of the Month/Year.
Typical activities that earn a flight points include:
Open ranks inspection (average grade)
Cumulative class academic average
30-Step Drill Sequence (Flight drill)
Flight member attendance at Corps activities
Flight Dollars (percentage collected)
Typical activities that cost a flight points include:
Misconduct or disrespect
Failure to respond or comply
Leaving items in AFJROTC classroom or leaving classroom unkempt.
Flight Dollars - Each month all flights will collect flight dollars. The objective is for each cadet to pay $1.00 into this fund. Payment into the flight fund is encouraged but not mandatory. There are no restrictions on cadets volunteering to pay the $1.00 fee for other cadets if they choose. The maximum amount collected for each flight is set at $1.00 per cadet assigned to the flight. For example, if a flight has 23 cadets assigned, the maximum amount allowed to be collected is $23.00. The flight that earns flight of the month will be awarded the flight dollars collected from all flights for use on a team building activity. All team building activities must be per-approved by the SASI or ASI.
Each member of the flight designated as the outstanding flight of the year will be authorized to wear the AFJROTC outstanding flight ribbon on their uniform.