CELEBRATING PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
If you answered yes to the questions above,then the Rocky Mountain Region Sta
College may be your own personal slice of Heaven! Every couple years, gifted peoplefrom all over the country gather for ten daysat Peterson Air Force Base in ColoradoSprings to serve as trainers to provide wisdom, guidance and instruction to CivilAir Patrol members. Staff College is a requirement for senior members with theirsites set on Level IV. The focus is on raising individual awareness to the role of middlemanager in Civil Air Patrol.
Perhaps more importantly, the college alsoraises individuals’ awareness of themselves.Much time is spent in discussion both in andout of the classroom and camaraderie isevident everywhere you look. As Lt ColBiersdorfer said in his opening remarks tothis year’s class, “Future wing commandersare sitting in this room. I think everyone willagree,” he continued “any time devotedtraining our future leaders is time very wellspent.”Why don’t
join the next class and investin yourself? Watch for the next session,TBA.
Watch for Next Year’s RMR Sta
Have you always wanted to have a grown up slumber party with other CAP senior members
orking until the wee hours on homework?
Is a military chow ha
your idea of haute cuisine? Do you think sleep is overrated?
ective communication skills, trust in the mes
senger, and team building, Bravo Team constructs a “what’s it”like no other.
The Face of CAP
Every member of Civil Air Patrol is a Public A
cer. Maj Stephen Blucher made itclear that no matter where members are, when they identify themselves as Civil Air Patrolmembers they will be called upon to explain the role of the all
volunteer organization whosemissions are Aerospace Education, Cadet Programs, and Emergency Services. “Delivering the message is key to the growth and prestige of the organization,” said Maj Blucher.
Small Class Size Competitive SpiritCooperativeLearningOutstandingSpeakersProblem
cers in the “Ready Room