If you are going overseas after you graduate, you must IMMEDIATELY contact the nearest base installation passport office to initiate the paperwork for your dependents (married and single parents only) official passport. All dependents must obtain an OFFICIAL PASSPORT to travel to overseas location (with the exception of Alaska and Hawaii).It takes six to eight weeks to process an official passport.
Please be aware that some countries will deny entry at the border to someone entering the country on official government business that arrives with only a tourist passport and not the official passport. If you use a tourist passport when traveling in an official capacity, it misrepresents the true purpose for which the traveler has entered the country. This can have a serious and adverse affect on our reciprocal relations with foreign countries. If you experience a problem while in the host country, the official passport provides quicker access to officials of the host country government and greater protection.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact the 23d Training Squadron Registrars at 23TRS.Workflow@us.af.mil or by phone at (334) 953-0347 or 0349.
PREPARING FOR TRAINING
If you have not reviewed the in-processing/reporting instructions on this website, please click hereto do so.
Additionally, OTS Manual 36-2604 provides all of the necessary guidance to prepare you for the challenging training days ahead. Click here to download a copy.
You should not make any travel arrangements to leave the Montgomery area prior to 1 p.m. on your graduation day. Typically graduation events are complete by noon, but you should allow time for packing, checking out, transit, and security measures at the airport.
Expect to be very busy throughout the entire course. Your schedule will consist of physical conditioning, academics, drill & ceremonies, and field leadership exercises in addition to personal studying/reading, computer based training, and Trainee Group/Flight organizational meetings after duty hours and on the weekends.
The “sample” schedule below will give you an idea of a typical training day. Physical training is typically held in the morning, but may be conducted inside.
0430-0445: Wake-up/Personal Hygiene Time
0445-0500: Transit/March to Physical Training
0500-0600: Physical Training 0600-0615: Transit/March to Dorms
0615-0650: Personal Time/Personal Hygiene Time/Dorm Maintenance
0650-0700: Transit/March to Breakfast
0800-1200: Training/Academics 1200-1300: Lunch 1300-1800: Training/Academics 1800-1900: Dinner 1900-2300: Trainee Group Activities/Meetings/Study Time
2300 : Lights Out
Trainees are authorized to attend church off-base on the weekends. However, other off-base privileges may be revoked per direction of 23 TRS/CC for disciplinary reasons.
To ensure prompt delivery of your mail, use the following address:
RANK NAME (COT CLASS #)
550 E. Maxwell Blvd. #9000
Maxwell AFB, AL 36112-5000
For JROTC related questions please call Comm (334) 953-7513
For OTS - AMS related questions please call Comm (334) 953-8424
For OTS - BOT related questions please call Comm (334) 953-9675
For OTS - COT/RCOT related questions please call Comm (334) 953-0349
For those interested in attending BOT or COT, please utilize www.airforce.com to locate a recruiter in your area.
If you are having problems contacting a recruiter or have questions regarding what a recruiter has provided you, please contact 1-800-423-USAF(8723).
For ROTC and BOT Enlisted related questions please call your local Education Office. Not going through your local Education Office can prevent acceptance into a ROTC/BOT program.
For all other ROTC related questions please call AFROTC Recruiting at 1 (866) 4AFROTC