• Hello,

    Welcome to Soldan AFJROTC. Here you will find information about what is happening in the class, information about me, a calendar and all of the resources for the class.
    We will be using Microsoft TEAMS and Turning Point Technologies during our class. Students will need to become familiar with them to be successful. We will walk through each program and keep it as simple as possible. 
    If you have questions, concerns or comments please email me at bryan.shipman@slps.org and I will respond to you as soon as possible. I look forward to working with all of you this year to make this year a success!  
    If you want to know more about JROTC please click the link below to get a students perspective of what JROTC is and why it is important to them.
    CMSgt Shipman
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  • Chief Master Sergeant Shipman is currently an Aerspace Science Instructor (ASI) for the Soldan International Studies High School Air Force JROTC program. In this position he instructs and leads approximately 150 Freshman through Senior JROTC cadets in various aspects of leadership, drill and aerospace science. The JROTC program is a citizen building program designed to develop character and leadership traits that will transform to all platforms of adult life whether in college, military or civilian life. 

    Chief Shipman is married to the former Crystal M. Wagner of Boca Raton, Florida.  She is a retired Master Sergeant from the 33rd Network Warfare Center as Superintendent directly supporting the Director of Operations. Currently she is a Cyber Security consultant with Ernst and Young.


    2002 Associate of Applied Science in Instructor of Technology and Military Science, Community College of the Air Force 
    2003 Associate of Applied Science in Restaurant, Hotel and Fitness Management, Community College of the Air Force
    2003 Bachelor of Science, Occupational Education, Wayland Baptist University, Plainview, Texas
    2007 Masters Degree, Human Relations, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma

CMSgt Shipman