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Effective 01 October 2013, the CAWGF150
(CAWG Application for CAP Activity) was phased out. The only activity form approved by CAWG and National Headquarters is now the CAPF31.
31 Oct 13
NEW CAPF31 PUBLISHED BY NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
Some activities may require submission of additional forms: CAPF160 - CAP Member Health History Form CAPF161 - Emergency Information CAPF162 - CAP Member Physical Exam Form CAPF163 - Permission for Provision of Minor Cadet Over-The-Counter Medication
Goodbye CAWG Form 150, it's been a great ten years!
ACSS is the capstone activity in the Integrated Leadership Program where experienced Seniors and Cadets get together to discuss and improve the Cadet Program in California Wing. This ACSS will focus on updating and improving the Basic Cadet School (BCS) and Airman Training School (ATS) Program Manuals and Curriculums. ACSS will also include classes and discussions in advanced topics in leadership, management and communications designed for executive level cadets.
Pre-requisites for Cadet Participants:
(requirements may be waived at ACSS Project Officer’s discretion)
• Have served on staff at a BCS or ATS
• Phase III required. Phase IV recommended
• COBC/RCLS Graduate
Application Details: Deadline: Cover Letter and Resume emailed by 27 September 2013
Cost: $50 (Includes billeting, meals and Polo Shirt)
Cadet Participants: Email the following items to firstname.lastname@example.org by 27 September 2013:
• Cover letter outlining the reasons you’d like to attend ACSS, including potential areas of revision you would recommend for the BCS or ATS Program Manuals or Curriculums
• Resume with school, community and CAP achievements
Selected Cadet Participants will then be required to submit the following by 18 October 2013:
• CAPF31 completed and signed
• Check or money order for $50 made out to Civil Air Patrol
Senior Participants: Senior Members/Cadet Program Officers who have experience or interest in BCS or ATS and who would like to attend ACSS, contact Lt Col John Boyle, at email@example.com
Hemet Ryan Composite Squadron 59 would like to invite you to participate in the Hemet Ryan Airshow.
Come be a part of History!
Arrive: Friday night 01 Nov @ 1800 hrs -
$10 cost for dinner and breakfast included or Arrive: Saturday morning 02 Nov by 0700 hrs - (no cost) lunch is provided Depart: Saturday evening 02 Nov by 1800 hrs
Basic Cadet School serves as indoctrination into the cadet program. Students learn followership fundamentals customs and courtesies, uniform wear, Physical Training, Civil Air Patrol History and other elementary skills over a single weekend.
• Beginning Drill and Ceremonies
• Proper Wear of the CAP Uniform
• The Missions & History of CAP
• The Cadet Honor Code
• The Organization of CAP
• The Activities Portion of the CAP Cadet Program
• The Cadet Physical Fitness Training Program
• Basic Customs and Courtesies
• Introduction to Attitude and Discipline
Report time: 1800 hours, Friday, 1 Nov 2013 Graduation: 1700 hours, Sunday, 3 Nov 2013 Location: Travis Air Force Base, CA Cost: $40 - Includes meals, billeting
Cadet Staff: All staff positions are open. Email CAPF31, Cover Letter, & Resume to BCS Commander, Maj Chris Ross. Follow up with SIGNEDCAPF31, CAPF161 and $40 cash or check (made out to “Civil Air Patrol”) to mailing address below.
Senior Staff: Email CAPF31 and CAPF161 to Maj Christopher Ross at with a brief statement of desired position to firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow up withSIGNEDCAPF31, CAPF161 and $40 cash or check (made out to “Civil Air Patrol”) to mailing address below.
Mailing Address for all applications:
CAWG BCS Travis
C/O Capt. Rhonda Anderson
2208 Champagne Ct
Fairfield, CA 94533
ROCstock XXXVIII - Lucerne Dry Lake Bed (Victorville)
Rockets of Every Size Welcome •
M-Powered & Hybrid Flights •
Dozens of Rods and Rails! •
Night Flying Friday & Saturday •
Fly for the whole weekend! • Free Spectating •
(Fires Above Ground) •
Awesome Raffles •
Toilet Facilities Provided • Bring your own food and water.
From "A" engines to "M" clusters, from missiles to flying basketballs, it's RocStock! A free and fun weekend where you can shoot your own model rockets or watch the "big guys and gals" shoot rockets that go supersonic and can exceed 10,000 feet in altitude! Night launches and rocket drag races, too!
Everyone is invited -- it's a great family event. CAP membership is not required and it's FREE for spectators. Don't miss it!
Cadet Noncommissioned Officers' School - Fairfield
NCOS stresses the fundamental aspects of instructional techniques, evaluation methods and
intermediate leadership laboratory skills.
PARTICIPANTS WILL GET “HANDS ON” EXPERIENCE IN:
Drill and Ceremonies
Color Guard & Guidon Protocols
Cost: $40 for Students and Cadet Staff Includes meals and billeting. Senior Staff Members will
receive specific application instructions from the Commandant and/or XO.
Students: Students must have a minimum grade of C/A1C and completed Encampment or Basic Cadet
School. Prerequisites may be waived by the Commandant on a case-by- case basis. Student slots are
limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Apply now - there will be no
application deadline extensions!
Mail CAPF 31 (no longer using CAWGF 150), CAPF 160, CAPF 161 and CAPF 162 (if in a physical
category other than CAT I - Unrestricted) along with a copy of the prerequisite activity
certificate (Encampment/BCS), complete with all required signatures and check or money order for
$40, payable to: CAWG/CAP. Applications must be postmarked NLT 1
NOV 2013 to:
Lt Col Elizabeth Blackey
3553 Jefferson Avenue
Redwood City, CA 94062
Cadet/Senior Staff: Refer to the CAWG NCOS staff email for available staff
positions and instructions. Cadet Staff applicants (excluding Cadet Commander) must e-mail a cover
letter and resume to the Commandant NLT 25 October
2013 for consideration.
Cadet Officer's Basic Course (COBC) - Camp Parks (Dublin) This activity satisfies the Region Cadet Leadership School requirement for the Eaker award. Part of the California Wing Integrated Leadership Program
Are You Ready To . . .
- Defend your ideas and viewpoint?
- Learn from subject matter experts?
- Be challenged to grow by your fellow officers?
- Step into the marketplace of ideas?
Prerequisites For Students:
(Select requirements may be waived at Commander’s discretion)
● Mitchell Award recipient
● 15+ years of age
● Minimum scholastic “C” average (2.0 on 4.0 scale)
● NCOS Graduate (CAWG Cadets only)
Mail the following together:
- CAPF 31 completed and signed
- Cover letter outlining the reasons you’d like to attend COBC
- Resume with school, community and CAP achievements
- Check or money order for $160 made out to “Civil Air Patrol”
Deadline: Postmarked by 23 November 2013 For those requesting funded transportation, applications due: 01 Nov