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Volume 10, Issue 02 February 2012
SQ 47 Wins Again!
CONGRATULATIONS! Cadet Promotions Jan 2012:
C/SAmn Alex Puffenbarger C/SMSgt Michael Wilson C/SMSgt Russell Console C/Amn Hayden McDougal C/Amn Connor Hamnquist C/SAmn Spencer French C/Amn Sean Moran
Winning Statistics from the Quality Cadet Unit Award:
Growth Rate: 11.6% Number of Cadets who joined in 2011: 25 Renewal of Membership rate: 48% Cadets with Wright Brothers Award: 33.3% (16 cadets) Cadets with 1st O-Rides : 72.9% (35 cadets got their 1st O-rides) Cadets Attending Encampment for 1st time: 50% (24 cadets) Senior Members taking TLC Training (must have at least 2): Yes Received the Aerospace Excellence Award: Yes we did! We are one of only 3 units in the entire country who accomplished all 8 requirements for this award. You can receive this award by completing 5 of the 8 categories. I'm so proud of the O-ride numbers! We've come a long way in getting our cadets in the air. Thanks to Jim Wilson and Mike Hamnquist for taking on the O-ride project and making it such a success! The numbers are all great - it's everyone working together that allowed us to do it again!
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You can’t be bored with all these upcoming events happening…
17-20 Feb - Cadet Programs Conference - Camp San Luis Obispo Apply Today! 25 Feb - ACUT/MRO Radio Training - Camp Pendleton Postponed 9-11 Mar - Training Leaders of Cadets - Vandenberg AFB 9-11 Mar - SLS & CLC at Vandenburg AFB. 17 Mar - Training Leaders of Cadets - Los Alamitos JFTB New! 13-15 Apr - Airman Training School - Fresno Call for Staff 20-22 Apr - Cadet Non-Commissioned Officers' School - Los Alamitos JFRB 4-6 May - Planes of Fame Airshow - Chino Airport Call for Staff 18-20 May - March Field Air Fest - March ARB 21-28 July - CAWG Cadet Encampment - Camp San Luis Obispo Executive Staff Selection!
SAREX on Feb. 18-19, John Wayne Airport, hosted by Sq 68
The SAREX will run a fully staffed base and training will include base staff, and com as well as aircrews. Base staff training open to cadets. We will NOT be doing any SQTR Fam & Prep for aircrews, you MUST have MP/MO/MS trainee status already to participate in flight training. This will be a small scale (3 AC) 2 day SAREX and we need the full 2 days committed. In addition to aircrew training we are requesting that anyone who receives aircrew training use the second day for base staff training. Additional Aircrew Trainers needed as well. More details to follow. This is a great opportunity to get all your Advanced Training tasks completed in your SQTR. This applies to Ground and Base Staff positions, not just aircrew positions. If interested, please respond with the following: Name, Rank, CAPID, Squadron, Phone No, Email. AIRCREW TRAINING – Please complete Type of aircrew training needed (MP/MO/MS) ______________________________ Number of flights needed for SQTR completion ____________________________ Base Staff position preference(if any) _________________________________ Able to participate both days (y/n) _____ Weight (including clothing and flight/emergency bag) ____________________ Respond to: 1LT Tim Baskin, Squadron 68, Safety Officer 714-803-6222 TmBaskin@yahoo.com
BTW… The Fell Swoop is always looking for contributing writers from both the cadet and senior side. Keep us up to date on how CyberPatriot or Robotics is doing… Write about your favorite activity, write about what new cadets can expect at an encampment, your favorite speaker at a meeting… Flight staff, please delegate 1-2 cadets per month to write up a submission to the newsletter. Please email all submissions to 1LT Gillian Young at GGILLIANN007@YAHOO.COM
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Congratulations Sq 47!
How we earned it again:
We are honored to be one of 9 Squadrons to win this Award in California Wing. To win this award two years in a row just makes this achievement that much more special to us. I believe the key to this success is to have the right staff and dedicated cadets in place to lead. SQ 47 has a fantastic Senior staff, and the Cadet program has been run by some of the finest young leaders that I have ever worked with in my 23 years in Civil Air Patrol. The criteria for earning the award states that any squadron that meets at least 5 of the 8 of the following criteria listed as of 31 December of the preceding year, qualifies:
1) Cadet Achievement: 30% of cadets on roster have attained the Wright Brothers Award. Our cadet program has been working hard to allow cadets to learn and lead. Newer cadets are encouraged to test and promote, because we want them to succeed and we do our best to provide them with the tools to be successful. This keeps the cadet interested and excited to continue. Their success is our success. 2) Orientation Flights: 60% of cadets on roster have participated in at least 1 flight. Our Senior Staff has worked hard to keep our cadets flying. Both 1Lt Jim Wilson and 2Lt Mike Hamnquist have worked to make sure our cadets take advantage of these opportunities. Fallbrook CA has an active Senior squadron that is always willing to fly cadets, and working with them is a pleasure and an honor. 3) Encampment: 50% of cadets on roster have completed encampment- We always push Encampment to our cadets. If they qualify we want them to attend. 4) Growth: Unit’s cadet roster increased by 10%, or 10 cadets during previous year. We have tried to advertise in the local community by hosting open houses, attending Home school events, City Events and local Community gatherings. Our Color Guard has also posted in front of thousands of people at the Padres and Chargers sports events in San Diego. As well, our Color Guard was the CAP National Champions in 2011. They worked hard and we are proud of their accomplishments. 5) Retention: Unit retained 40% of first year cadets during previous year. We try to make our program exciting for cadets. Lessons learned here will carry with them for the rest of their professional lives. Our strategy is to get them on the right track early and watch them take off. We take losing a member seriously, and try to understand why the member was lost, and what we could have done to better our retention process.. Bottom line- If it looks like fun- people want to stay. 6) Enrollment: Unit has at least 35 cadets listed on its roster. We are currently at 85 members in our Squadron and our goal is to be at 100 by year’s end. Setting milestones help to make goals a reality. In 2011, our Public Affairs Officers Major Audrey DiGiantomasso and Captain Gillian Young have worked to communicate all we do in our squadron via newsletters and emails, making our intra-squadron communications top notch! If you can’t communicate- you won’t succeed. 7) Aerospace: Unit earned the Aerospace Excellence Award (AEX) during previous year. Our unit has a number of new exciting Aerospace personalities. This past year, 2Lt Jessi Jebavy introduced an exciting Robotics program, 2Lt Alan French introduced a fun AMA Remote Control Aircraft program, Major Tony Diaz worked diligently with our Cyber Patriot program members, and a number of other exciting topics were introduced to keep our AE program diverse. 8) Adult Leadership: Unit has at least 2 Training Leaders of cadets graduates on its roster- Keeping the Staff qualified has been a goal of our Personnel Officer LtC Brian Billing. His talents, dazzling personality and dedication to our program have helped to keep us all honest (and qualified)! 9) DDR excellence is now available online and will be added to the criteria next year- Looking ahead proactively, we already have a DDR Officer who is taking charge and reinforcing the theme that drugs are not the answer if success is in your future.
To will in all 8 of these categories as we have this year, is an honor and a wonderful milestone for our squadron, and we look forward to working hard for this award same time next year. -- Lieutenant Colonel Brian Billing, CAP
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SQ 47 Members Take “Citizens Communities” Slogan to Heart By Maj. Audrey DiGiantomasso, CAP Serving
Cadet and senior members of Skyhawks Composite Squadron lived the CAP slogan “Citizens Serving Communities” as they took time out during the holidays to volunteer at Oceanside “Bread of Life” Mission. Making use of their Holiday break from work and school, the members came together and spent the day at the local mission packing and helping distribute 300 food boxes for working poor and homeless in North San Diego County. The leadership and teamwork that they work on at meetings came together to help make their tasks easier as they unloaded and separated pallets of potatoes and onions and filled bags with staples such as crackers, salad dressings and other types of food. As needy people lined up the cadet and senior members distributed the parcels of food, often taking time to carry out the heavier loads for those needing assistance. It was a long day of hard work but very gratifying and they all agreed it was well spent!
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NCOS 20-22 April
Non-Commissioned Officer's School is being offered in April at Los Alamitos. It's usually a great school, you get a lot of good training and information. We highly recommend it and this one is pretty close to home.
They are looking for staff. Apply ASAP to be on staff at this school.
California Wing – Civil Air Patrol Integrated Leadership Program Non-Commissioned Officer’s School (NCOS)
20-22 April 2012 Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base
Get “Hands On” Experience in: ● Instructional Methods “Learn to Teach” ● Drill & Ceremonies “You’re in Charge!” ● Instruction on Color Guard & Guidon ● NCO Responsibilities ● Interaction –New Faces & Experiences ● Evaluation “Tell ‘em what’s good!”
Student Participants – Email CAWG Form 150 to Maj Mark Wong at email@example.com, with followup. SIGNED CAWGF150 & $45 check (payable to “Civil Air Patrol”) mailed to 8101 San Heron Circle, Buena Park, CA 90620. Call (562) 449-3976 with questions. Send a copy of your BCS or encampment graduation certificate (either email or paper). Application deadline for student participants is 31 March 2012.
Cadet Staff – All staff positions are open. Pre-requisite: Prior NCOS graduation. Email CAWG Form 150, Cover Letter, & Resume to NCOS Commander, Maj Mark Wong, at firstname.lastname@example.org, with follow-up SIGNED CAWGF150 and $45 check (made out to “Civil Air Patrol”) mailed to 8101 San Heron Circle, Buena Park, CA 90620. Call (562) 449-3976 with questions. Application deadline for cadet staff is 9 March Senior Staff – Email CAWG Form 150 to Maj Mark Wong at email@example.com, with followup SIGNED CAWGF150 and $45 check (made out to “Civil Air Patrol”) mailed to 8101 San Heron Circle, Buena Park, CA 90620. Call Maj Wong at (562) 449-3976 with questions. ** ALL participants must have current safety training as recorded in eServices **
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Nat’l ES Academy
21 July – 4 Aug Camp Atterbury, Edimburgh, Indiana
Attention All CAP Cadet (minimum age 13 by July 21st) and Senior Members: Have you only joined CAP in the last few months, and thought you would not be able to attend any national events this summer. Are you a long time member looking to get additional training? Applications are now being accepted for the 2012 National Emergency Services Academy (NESA) held at Camp Atterbury in Edinburgh, Indiana, until June 3, for courses being held during our two session weeks from 21 July – 4 August 2012. Courses are for all members interested in emergency services, a great opportunity for both all members to train with hundreds of other personnel from across the country. HURRY UP! Slots fill up fast! Please note that participants can register to take multiple courses back to back, but not at the same time. Apply online at: https://missions.cap.af.mil/nesa/. Slots will be filled on a first come first served basis through 12 June or until slots are filled. We encourage you to apply soon to get into the course or courses you prefer. Some courses only have a limited number of slots and some traditionally fill up fast. NOTE: Registration is hosted on the NTC secure site on the .mil; you may need to load the security certificates in order to access it if you have not done so before; certificates can be downloaded at: http://www.cap.af.mil/certificates.cfm. Additional information about NESA and the courses available this year can be found at: http://nesa.cap.gov/. In addition to our normal courses for ground teams, aircrews, and the incident staff, we have added several short courses this year to allow personnel to participate if they have limited vacation time or need training in varied areas.
There are a limited number of staff positions available as well. Generally, staff members are prior NESA graduates, but some exceptions may be made by the NESA Director to ensure the best qualified personnel are used to provide this training.
Early bird registration fee to attend NESA available through the 29 January is $90 for the short courses, and $180 for a full course. In order to receive this discounted rate members must register and pay their registration fee by 1/29. The fee includes, meals, lodging on site, printed training materials, aircraft & ground vehicle sortie costs for training on site. Participants should have their own transportation to & from NESA, though many personnel are able to travel in corporate vehicles and aircraft as they are needed on site for training. Send any additional questions to NESA staff at NESA-ADMIN@nesa.cap.gov or call 1-888211-1812 extension 323. We look forward to seeing you at the 2012 NESA!
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Stay Tuned for more details soon!
A BIG THANK YOU, to Capt MacGregor, for letting us use his house and for picking up donations at the squadron last Tuesday. I also want thank all of you who contributed items to the sale, the Boop’s for working the sale. To all of you we owe you a great big thank you. We cleared $155.51 in donations. A big help for our squadron funds.
As we usher in 2012, I would like to thank all the cadets and seniors who participated and made our Cyber Patriot team possible. I would especially like to thank Major Diaz. Without him there would not have been a team at all. I learned so much from him and I know my teammates did too. We had so much fun with it and I would like to try again next time. C/SSgt. Cameron Hamnquist
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SLS & CLC 9-11 March
Squadron Leadership School (SLS) & Corporate Learning Course (CLC) 9-11 March 2012 Vandenberg AFB, CA
SLS and CLC courses are required to advance to Captain and Major. These are interesting courses explain in detail the Squadron and CAP corporate duties to enable interested CAP members to advance to where you can make a difference to the Civil Air Patrol, California Wing, and to your CAP career. The cost for each course is $35.00 to cover expenses. The billeting is available for Friday and Saturday nights. You will need to make your own reservations for Vandenberg Lodging under Civil Air Patrol. Call reservations at (805) 606-1844, rooms are $34.75 per night. Students will go to lodging for keys upon arrival and check in after 1400 hours (Bldg 13005, Oregon Ave). CAP ID is required for the event and will be checked at “CHECK IN”. Transportation is for aircraft landing at Lompoc or Santa Maria Airport only with advance notice, for all other airports you must provide your own transportation. Local unit vans are needed to help transport personnel to and from the flight line and Lodging. Saturday evening a BBQ will be provided for $10, separate check. Please ensure that registration is separate from BBQ. Call Lt Col Lisa Tuggle at 805-478-2438 if assistance is needed. Each class is limited to 30 students on a “First received” basis. Course payment is required with your CAWGF 150/CAPF 17 application and registration slip below. We recommend you submit ASAP to ensure your place. Registrations will only be accepted until the classes are full and not after 1 March 2012. Registration refunds will be made for cancellations if the request is received by the finance officer before 28 Feb 2012. If cancellations are not made prior to 28 Feb 12, registrations being held will be contacted and offered the vacated seats. A graduation ceremony will be held on Sunday. If you wish to have someone at the ceremony please include full name of the person for entry. Group4/6-SLS/CLC Registration-Vandenberg AFB 9-11 March 2012 (Pre-registration is required-Cutoff date is 1 Mar 2012) Send info to LTC Tuggle: Name, Rank, CAP ID, Address, City/State/Zip, Telephone, E-mail Enclose check for $35, payable to “Civil Air Patrol CAWG” to register for (Chose one or both) SLS and/or CLC. I will be arriving on Fri ____ Sat_____ by Auto____ Aircraft ____ Type _____, N________ Please hold my reservation and funds in case seats become available? Yes __ No___ Note: Cancellation received 28 Feb 12 by address below can receive a refund of registration fee. Mail registration payment along with this application and CAWG 150/17 to: Lt Col Lisa Tuggle-SLS/CLC 416 W. North Ave #41, Lompoc, CA 93436 (Your acceptance will be confirmed by e-mail with directions and map) firstname.lastname@example.org
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Local Recruiting Events
Super STEM Saturday at Cal State San Marcos March 17, 2012 from 10 am to 2 pm
We must have a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) activity at our booth – Suggestions: brush bot, Foam rockets… Color Guard to open the event? Cadets can volunteer to help at the event and they are looking into ways our cadets into assisting We will need Senior Members to help recruit and run the activity.
Christian Family Schools (CFS) Annual Expo Homeschool Convention - Escondido
May 11th & 12th We will have a recruiting booth and will run an Aerospace Education Workshop where we have the brush bots and foam rockets. We’re open to suggestions if anyone thinks of something else that would be good here. Color Guard to open the Expo? Will need people to man our recruiting booth for Friday Night or Saturday during the day. Friday night would be one shift, but Saturday can be broken down into morning and afternoon shifts. It ends at 6 pm. Will need someone to set the recruiting booth up on Friday. Set up starts at 1 pm.
Highland Games - June
We will have a recruiting booth and activity area. A great place to do the foam rockets. Need some senior members to man recruiting booth and help build the rockets. We will also need pop up shade and lots of cadets to help.
Also, if any of you can get the materials we need for the brush bots and foam rockets donated that would be very helpful. Please let me know if you have any connections for these supplies. `
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Air Show @ MAFB
March Air Fest 2012 “Thunder over the Empire”
Call for Senior Officers and Cadets Date: May 18 - 20 (Fri-Sun) Our mission: Security and parking, recruiting, meal preparation and cleanup, and communications. We will be sharing a meal with Security Forces Saturday night. Send all form 150s to CapMarchAirFest@yahoo.com, and we will e-mail you an acceptance packet. Arrival time: Friday-come early afternoon to help set up and see the pre show, with dinner at 6:00pm or after 6:00pm-no dinner provided. Cost: We are working on making it FREE –As volunteers, we will have sack lunches provided by the Air Force. Billeting on base in a flight line hanger, with cost of other meals being defrayed by opportunities yet to be announced. Staff positions are still available: email form 150, resume, and short cover letter (200 words or less) with position you are requesting to CapMarchAirFest@yahoo.com Questions: Maj David Goude 909-319-2976
MEMORANDUM FOR ALL MEMBERS CP/CAWG ENCAMPMENT 2012 SUBJECT: Applications for CTG Executive Staff and Commanders
1. The 2012 CAWG Encampment Commander, Lt Col James Jenkins, invites applicants to submit a resume and cover-letter for the following Cadet Staff positions: Commander, Cadet Training Group (CTG), Deputy Commander, CTG, Executive Officer, CTG, Commander, Cadet Training Squadron (CTS). 2. Applicants should mail a cover letter and resume to Headquarters, California Wing postmarked by Saturday, 11 February 2012. Electronic copies in a .pdf file format should also be sent to the following e-mail address: email@example.com 3. Candidates should be available for an interview during the California Wing Cadet Programs Conference, Camp San Luis Obispo, 17-19 February 2012. 4. Candidates should have an understanding of encampment related documents CAPR 52-16 Chapter 9, National Encampment Curriculum and the CAWG Encampment Training Manual. 5. Applications for multiple positions by one individual can be submitted in a single package. Multiple resumes and cover letters for each position are not required. 6. Successful candidates should be prepared to participate in the general cadet staff selection exercise scheduled for 4-6 May 2012, and will be asked to participate in an executive staff retreat on 14-15 April 2012.
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Chino Cadet Squadron 20 has begun the recruitment process to find a Cadet Commander, Cadet Deputy Command, and Cadet Executive Officer for the Chino Airport's "Planes of Fame Airshow 2012". Desired Qualifications: - C/Capt (or above) for Cadet Commander - C/2Lt. (or above) for Dpty CC/ XO - Previous Airshow Experience - Previous ILP School Staff Experience - Previous Encampment Staff Experience - COBC/COS/RCLS Graduate Duties: - Recruit and select cadet staff - Develop schedule, assist in planning & execute plan - Oversee & manage operations - Oversee & Manage support functions - Mentor, guide, & support subordinate cadet staff - Ensure positive image of CAP - HAVE FUN!!!!
Airshow Dates: 4-6 May 2012 Location: Chino Airport, Squadron 20 HQ Activities: Crowd/Flightline control duties, communications support, & other duties as required Interested cadets need to contact Capt. Paul Saba firstname.lastname@example.org Call 714-420-6580 for additional application information.
Application Deadline: 5 Feb 2012.
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More Encampment Dates
Oklahoma Wing Encampment Contact: Capt. Travis Kyle email@example.com www.okcapcadet.info Ohio Wing Encampment Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Contact Name: David Jennison Http://encampment.ohwg.cap.gov/
10-Jun – 16 Jun
16-June – 23 June firstname.lastname@example.org
West Virginia Encampment 7-July – 14 Jul Camp Dawson WV National Guard Training Base Contact Name: Col Dennis Barron email@example.com http://www.wvcap.net/ Indiana Wing Encampment 14-Jul – 21 Jul Contact Name: Maj. Frank Merrill firstname.lastname@example.org Camp Atterbury, Edinburgh http://www.indiana-wing.org/www/index.php New York Wing Encampment 21-Jul – 28 Jul Contact Name: Maj. Benjamin Nodar email@example.com Stratton Air National Guard Base, Scotia, NY http://encampment.nywgcadets.org/ This is Captain Gillian Young's home wing… a NY wing encampment is really special, with stellar people. =) She has attended at least 6 NY enc’s. Wyoming Wing Encampment Contact Name: Col Stanley Skrabut Camp Guernsey, Guernsey, WY 4-Aug – 12 Aug firstname.lastname@example.org
Connecticut Wing Encampment 4-Aug – 12 Aug Contact Name: Huchko email@example.com Camp Niantic .
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A Memory Never Forgotten
By c/1LT Anna Boop
What would life be like if we could not recall experiences that profoundly impacted our lives? We would be unable to reach back into the recesses of time and cherish the things that have shaped both our hearts and minds. Although the human mind possesses limited memory capacity, there are memories that should resurface from our conscience. Civil Air Patrol has occupied only a small portion of my lifetime, but many memories have been made in the past three years. One of the most remarkable experiences to date, was the 2011 California Wing Encampment. It was a time in which I was challenged far beyond my mental and physical limits. A time in which my strengths and weaknesses competed furiously against each other. It was a time of tears, trial, and triumph. Most importantly, it was a time I was given the opportunity to influence the lives of 23 cadets while serving as the Alpha Flight Commander. I foolishly assumed this job would be easy, since I had been on staff before at an encampment. But, I learned the role and responsibility of a flight commander must never be taken lightly. The main responsibility of the flight commander is to oversee the flight’s progress in completing the encampment objectives; which include extensive memorization, proper wear of the uniform, knowledge of drill movements, and satisfactory maintenance of barracks. At encampment, time is precious. Every moment, every second, provides an opportunity for training to take place. However, there never seemed to be enough time to get everything done. Because I was accountable for my flight’s performance, my mind was constantly strategizing how to get everything done while providing my cadets with quality training. In addition, a flight commander must continuously set an example for his/her cadets in all areas of discipline and professionalism. As a flight commander, I did not simply want to command the involuntary respect and obedience of my cadets. My desire was for them to see the evidence of strong leadership lived out through my actions, to set the best possible example for them. This commitment required much self sacrifice. I stayed up late and woke up early to ensure that my uniform was properly ironed and my boots shined to a gloss (I got about five hours of sleep each night). Another important responsibility of a flight commander is to ensure the physical well being of his/her cadets, to keep them alive and focused throughout encampment. If a cadet got dehydrated, my fault. If a cadet gets a painful sunburn, my error. If a cadet is left behind at the mess hall, my gross oversight. Being a flight commander was the farthest thing from easy. The challenges I faced at encampment were extremely humbling. I recognized that as a leader, I still had much to learn. Yet, the difficulties served to make the taste of success sweeter. As each day passed by, I saw my cadets rapidly progress and develop. I watched as the flight dynamic shifted from individuals into a confident, motivated team. I will always remember when Alpha flight scored the winning point in the squadron volleyball competition. All of my cadets ran from their positions and surrounded the one cadet whose one serve granted us our victory. I ran to grab the guidon flag and brought it to the center of the circle. Everyone took hold of our flight’s revered symbol and began chanting “Alpha, Alpha, Alpha!” This group of breathless, sweaty cadets, who just days before were strangers to one another, came together as one flight, one voice, and one team. They were the Alpha Athenians. Looking back, I wonder if I really did do my job. At a glance, you could say that I did. All of my cadets made it through encampment to graduation. I taught them everything I needed to teach them. We represented the 118th Cadet Training Squadron at both the drill and volleyball competitions. My cadets came together to form a solid team. But, none of this matters unless my cadets LEARNED something VALUABLE that they could take away, after they walked off the graduation field. I can only hope that I made a difference in their lives. I know that they made a difference in mine.
If you haven’t been to a summer encampment before, or are considering attending in a staff position, do it, without hesitation and without reservation. It will be one of the most exciting and challenging experiences of your life.
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Who’s Who in Squadron 47 Civil Air Patrol
Skyhawk Composite Squadron 47 (CA324) Mailing Address: 2164 Kirkcaldy Rd Fallbrook, CA 92028 (562) 652-3881 Skyhawks Composite Squadron 47 Unit CA324 Meets Tuesday Nights 6:45pm United States Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton US Army Reserve Center California Wing Headquarters www.cawg.cap.gov Vanguard Industries www.civilairpatrolstore.com (online store)
National CAP Headquarters www.gocivilairpatrol.com
Squadron 47 e-mail list exists for receiving squadron information. Members, parents and friends of Squadron 47 can subscribe by sending an e-mail to Major Tony Diaz at: firstname.lastname@example.org Squadron Commander Major Robert Calderone Deputy Commander for Seniors Lt Col Brian Billing Deputy Commander for Cadets Captain Dave MacGregor Cadet Commander C/CPT Noah Chun Cadet Executive Officer California Cadet Activities www.cawgcadets.org Squadron 47 Homepage www.sq47.cawg.cap.gov
Cadet Advisory Council Squadron Representative C/2nd Lt Anna Boop
Civil Air Patrol Leadership www.SQ47.com
Please make all checks out to “Civil Air Patrol CAWG.” They will not be accepted if checks are written out to “CAP”. Please spell it out in its entirety. Thank you!
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