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Detachment 390 is located at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. We first contracted with the university in 1952. Detachment 390 has provided training to thousands of candidates and has commissioned hundreds of United States Air Force Second Lieutenants from more than eight universities.

Detachment 390 staff are committed to our mission of creating better citizen servants, regardless of what career our cadets find themselves in.

Explore our website to find out more information about Detachment 390 and AFROTC. Call, e-mail, or visit us if you have any questions.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AFROTC
1080 Chemistry Building
930 N University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1055

AFROTC@UMICH.EDU / 734.647.4092

Webmaster: hbuckner@umich.edu

Current as of 10 October 2022

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