Hello, I'm a GMC cadet in AFROTC. The issue is that I really hate about 90% of what we do. Group PT sessions are a joke, I have to do supplementary workouts on my own to maintain a high fitness level. Most of what we do in LLAB is geared towards preparing for Field Training, so we do a lot of drill, drill, and more drill. Occasionally we do a fun LLAB like paintball or landnav, but only a couple times a semester. "Leadership ability" seems to be synonymous with "ability to march a flight" in the minds of many cadre and POC cadets. I know that learning to march and learning all the BS in the FT manual is essential for performing well at FT, but it seems that's about all it's good for. I don't feel like I'm becoming a better leader. In my mind leadership is about finding solutions to complex and dynamic problems, communicating those solutions to a team, making plans for smooth logistics, etc. Nothing we do in AFROTC (so far, anyway) really imitates that, and I can't imagine that this stuff will help me as an officer on active duty. Anyway, good to get that off my chest. Some cadets seem really gung-ho about the program, which I don't understand at all. I suspect a few others feel the same way as me, and are just playing the cadet land game. Will things be better on active duty, or is this strong dislike of AFROTC activities a bad sign? I f you are wondering, I don't lack the motivation to become a USAF officer, otherwise I would have dropped the program long ago.