The AFROTC Base Visit Program is a Professional Military Training (PMT) opportunity for detachments to visit an installation and observe AF operations first-hand. While base visits are available for all cadets to attend, the primary focus should be to motivate General Military Course (GMC) students to continue their career in ROTC as a Professional Officer Course (POC) cadet. Therefore, base visits must be planned to expose cadets to a variety of AF missions to show the range of career fields that exist for officers, acquaint cadets with specific duties performed by Air Force officers to assist them in selecting a specific career field, and allow cadets to observe Air Force (AF) operations and experience Air Force life. Considering the base visit may be the first exposure cadets have to the operational Air Force, activities must be geared towards inspiring cadets toward service as an AF officer.