We are located at the corner of Clyde Morris Boulevard and Richard Petty Boulevard in Daytona Beach, Florida, on the first floor of the Brigadier General William W. Spruance ROTC Center on the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach Campus.
Leadership Laboratory (LLAB) is a course designed to give you "on-the-job" experience in the areas of Air Force leadership, teamwork, and management. LLAB is a practical preparation for Air Force active duty as a Second Lieutenant.
LLAB is a class like any college laboratory and is graded on a pass/fail basis. LLAB consists of Physical Training (PT) and the Laboratory. At Det 157, LLAB meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 0700-0900 hours. A typical LLAB week consists of two Physical Training (PT) days and one LLAB training day.
All LLABs are planned, organized, and conducted by cadets, with oversight by the AFROTC staff.
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