Pershing Rifles

Pershing Rifles is a military oriented nationwide organization originally founded in 1894. CU Boulder’s Pershing Rifles Group specializes in small team tactics and preparing both civilians and cadets in Special Forces related careers. Pershing Rifles works to create elite men and women and will push the limits of your determination. 

National Pershing Rifles Group

Success Enabled Pilots (SEP)

The Lt. Alec F. Littler chapter of Success Enabled Pilots (SEP) is a club for Detachment 105 cadets to explore their passion and interest in aviation while learning about becoming Air Force pilots. The club is open to all Detachment 105 cadets and features weekly lessons on general aviation topics, mentoring with former/current pilots, morale events, fly-ins, and orientation flights with Civil Air Patrol. Cadets in SEP also network and create lifetime friendships with other cadets and pilots. SEP is proud to help cadets compete for and earn pilot slots in AFROTC. In SEP, cadets learn the process for becoming a pilot, how they can be a competitive applicant, conduct orientation flights and fly-ins, and general mentorship from those who received pilot slots at Detachment 105. The club is a great opportunity for cadets to learn if military aviation is right for them and how they can earn a pilot slot in AFROTC.

Arnold Air Society and Silver Wings (AAS)

Arnold Air Society is a professional, honorary, service organization. In Arnold Air Society, you will gain valuable experience in leadership, organization, and teamwork. You will become family with cadets across the nation and become stronger in ways you couldn't predict. 

National Arnold Air Society and Silver Wings Group

Honor Guard

The Detachment 105 Honor Guard combines various facets of drill, ceremony, and wingman-ship forming the face of the Air Force within the CU Boulder community. The Honor Guard provides services for the university and local community such as color guards, sabers, flag raising ceremonies, drill performances, and even drill competition judges. Honor Guard actives experience unique events like presenting the flag before a football game on Folsom Field or at the annual Challenger Memorial. Few cadets and officers can say they have done these events.

As a cadet-led club, Honor Guard holds actives and pledges to a higher standard, training their drill and ceremonies to perfection. They are experts in drill and ceremonies, becoming role models and mentors to their fellow wingmen within the detachment. The Detachment 105 Honor Guard is comprised of members from all backgrounds, not just members of the AFROTC program. Pledges will get to interact with cadets of all ages and get the chance to learn from past and present active members. There is a special camaraderie among our members that will serve you throughout ROTC and beyond.