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C-17 Flight
We watch the C-17s fly overhead all the time, its about time to actually fly in one. If you have always wanted to fly in one of these massive aircraft here is your chance.
We have a flight scheduled for October 29, 2016 We have 18 Spots for Cadets. And 6 Spots for Senior members.
Deadline by Oct. 1 to be confirmed. Contact 1st LT Sebastian Domingo to be added to this list. INFORMATION NEEDED In email: 1) First name, Last name 2) DOB 3) Over or Under 18 years old 4)
**IF OVER 18----------------------> Send Drivers Licences # also.
**ONLY CIVIL AIR PATROL MEMBERS ARE ALLOWED ON THIS FLIGHT**. NO CAP ID= NO ENTRANCE ON THE C-17;NO EXCEPTIONS.
Flight details will be published as we get them. AF forms will be sent to you via email. CAP forms will be needed (form 31). 1st LT Domingo will Email back if you are "confirmed".
Posted 20 Aug 2016

Wreaths Across America
Wreaths Across America is coming up on 17 December and is planned to be bigger and better than ever. Please arrive at 0800 and plan to be there until about noon. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend and participate. The Civil Air Patrol has chosen Wreaths Across America as its premier annual community service event because it reflects CAP's own feelings about America and its veterans as evidenced by its motto:
Remember.. the fallen. - Honor.. those who serve. - Teach.. .our children the value of freedom.

Since CAP first became involved in 2006, Wreaths Across America has blossomed from honoring a few thousand veterans' graves with wreaths to placing more than 160,000 wreaths last year.

Though remembering veterans will always be the main focus of this program, Wreaths Across America benefits the community and Civil Air Patrol, too. For those of you who wish more people knew about CAP, this is a great way to make that happen.

To sponsor a wreath click HERE.
For a Flyer to hand out click HERE.

For more information please go to this link - Click HERE
Wreaths Across America video here >> VIDEO

Map to the Ceremony here >> MAP
Posted 14 Aug. 2016

NCOS South
If you are a cadet who is looking to begin their transition from follower to leader, NCOS is the course you need to be at in September.

Classes and hands-on labs in: - Instructional Methods: Learn to Teach - Interaction: New Faces & Experiences - Drill & Ceremonies: You're in Charge - Evaluation Techniques - NCO Responsibilities

Date: 23-25 September - Where: March ARB, Riverside, CA
Contact: Lt Col Mark Williams, mark.williams@cawgcap.org

South Students: Visit www.cawgcadets.org/ncossouth to apply.(DEADLINE: 26 August)

South Cadre: Email Cover Letter & Resume to ncos.south.staff@gmail.com.
(DEADLINE: 26 August)

South Seniors: Email mark.williams@cawgcap.org with your interest.
Posted 08 Aug 2016

Membership Services
I have received a lot of questions in this area.
If your membership has expires, If you never got your ID Card, If there is a problem with your information or eServices account you can't fix.... Contact CAP Member Services.
membershipservices@capnhq.gov or call 877-227-9142 option 1, then option 2
Posted 26 Apr 2016

Cadet Testing & Promotion Review Boards Requests
1. Cadets request examinations by email (testing@sq45.org) NLT (No Later Than) 1900
Sunday nights or by signing up on the “Testing Requests” sign-up sheet located in the
hallway, NLT 2000 hours Monday nights for testing the following week. Click HERE for an example of how to format your request.

2. Cadets request Promotion Review Boards by email (promotion@sq45.org) with cadet’s name
& grade or by signing up on the “Promotion Review Boards Request” sign-up sheet located
in the hallway, NLT 2000 hours Monday nights. Review Board Requirements can be found HERE.

3. Requesting cadet’s flight staff will forward an assessment of the cadet’s performance through
the cadet chain of command. The Cadet Commander, or their designee, will review and
forward the assessments and their recommendations to the Deputy Commander for Cadets to
convene a Promotion Review Board.

The memo for this information is on the Airman Basics page
Posted 31 Aug. 2014

Want to learn to fly at a great discount?
You can get your pilot certificate for much less at the March Aero Club than you will pay anywhere else. The March Aero Club has been in existence since 1954 and is one of the oldest and now the only Reserve Aero Club within the Air Force. The club stresses camaraderie and provides a family atmosphere for recreational flying, student pilot training, and instrument training. Private Pilot Training provides the student with a thorough and complete understanding of theory and practical application. Aero Club students receive one-on-one training, And not in a large classroom atmosphere. This training goes beyond the requirements of the FAA curriculum and provides understanding of the rules and techniques each pilot must attain. Aero Club instructors have thousands of hours of experience from the military and civilian fields. Flight training costs are well inside the outside schools of $7500.and up. If you think you are ready for this awesome experience, contact Maj. Ken Benner to get started. khbenner@gmail.com
Posted 15 Oct. 2013
Order NowOrdering Uniform Supplies
In an effort to help everyone go home at a reasonable time. Uniform supply orders will no longer be taken at the end of the evening. If you need uniform supplies you will need to turn in a supply order form at the beginning of the evening. These will then be processed during the meeting and you can pay for these orders and pick them up at the end of the evening. This rule is in effect for Cadets as well as senior members. The Order and price sheets are available on the "Forms" link above.
Posted 15 August 2011
Ready To Sign Up?
Cadets, If you have been to 3 meetings you can sign up at the link below. Be sure to ask the Squadron commander for our charter number before you sign up. He can be reached at this email link, or by phone (951) 522-4315 You will have an interview at squadron before your membership is approved. Please be ready for this by looking sharp, have a hair cut to meet grooming regulations and plan on having a parent available for part of this interview. If you are all ready to go, click HERE.
New Members (UPDATED) Added Aircraft Ground Handling Training
Okay, Now I am a new member. What do I do next?..... Follow these instructions (click here) and ASK QUESTIONS if you need help or don't understand what to do! Welcome aboard and good luck. The real adventure starts now. Remember, you will get out of CAP what you put in to it!
Posted 04 May 2011
Increased Security and New Gate List
Due to increased security, no one will be permitted on base unless they are on our approved gate list. If you have not provided me with your Full Name and Drivers License Number with state and Contact Phone, you will not be permitted on Base. THIS INCLUDES MEMBERS. Your CAP ID is not enough! You MUST be on the gate list.
Posted 17 May 2011

Join Civil Air Patrol
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Cadets and senior members provide a wealth of talent that can be drawn on for many different projects and events. Click Here If you are planning to be visiting us for the first time, Please contact: Maj. Ken Benner Prior to coming on Base The Civil Air Patrol is a professional organization run by a volunteer staff. Membership is a privilege, not a right. Potential members will be interviewed to evaluate their Skills, Knowledge, and Ability to contribute to the organization. Membership may then be offered based on our current needs, and space. We are an equal opportunity organization. Click Here for More Info

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