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Two units must complete risk management training before the 31st of December. RMR-MT-037 RMR-WY-080 National Safety Facebook Page Keep up on safety news by following the CAP National Safety Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CivilAirPatrolSafety
HOT, HOT, HOT! Annual Finance Compliance IAW CAPR 173-1 subordinate units must complete and submit to the wing finance officer the following documents: an annual budget, CAPF 172, CAPF 174. Once these documents are submitted, the unit must complete a CAPF 171 within e-services. This all must be completed by 1 Oct 2013. The following units must complete this requirement ASAP: RMR-CO-023 RMR-CO-072 RMR-CO-147 RMR-CO-157 RMR-CO-159 RMR-CO-176 RMR-CO-179 RMR-CO-181 RMR-CO-183 RMR-CO-189 RMR-MT-031 RMR-UT-048 RMR-UT-053
CAPF 171, Unit Commander's Financial Disclosure Update CAPF 171, Unit Commander's Financial Disclosure, is no longer a paper form. This electronic form can be completed in eServices by all unit commanders. By making this form electronic, it eliminates the need to manually complete and file the CAPF171 at year end. The due date for the certification of financial information remains at 1 November each year. This form is available now to all unit commanders. Each unit commander will complete the certification by going into eServices. Navigate to the Commander's Corner application and then select the Form 171 Submission Module. CAP eServices will record the person and date completing the certification. If you have any questions, please coordinate through your wing, who may contact the Wing Financial Analyst.
Annual Safety Surveys IAW CAPR 62-1 para 6c, "Each unit shall complete the online Safety Survey available to safety officers and commanders as an eServices application between 1 October and 31 January for the preceding fiscal year." It would be great if we could have this completed by 31 December, 2013. Annual Safety and Risk Management Training Here is the latest report for the required annual safety day and risk management training. I am pleased to report that all units have completed the annual safety training, except for one new unit: RMR-WY-080
National AE Newsletter Get your information packed AE newsletter at http://members.gocivilairpatrol.com/aerospace_educatio n/stay_informed/index.cfm National Newsbrief Latest AE e-news Newsbrief from CAP NHQ at: http://members.gocivilairpatrol.com/aerospace_educatio n/stay_informed/ae_newsbriefs.cfm
Don't miss out on upcoming NASA education opportunities. For a full list of events, opportunities and more, visit the Educator and Student Current Opportunity pages on NASA's website: -- Educators http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/currentopps-index.html -- Students http://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/current-oppsindex.html Yeager Award Recipients SM Jeremiah E Bess, CO-080 2d Lt Louis K Jensen, CO-080 Capt Milton R Moores, CO-080 2d Lt Alex D Ziwak, CO-080 2d Lt Dennis Robert Mattoon, CO-143 SM Gary E Wicklund, ID-096 2d Lt William A Pilkington, UT-017 1st Lt Alice L Wadley, UT-017 1st Lt Gary L Wadley, UT-017 Capt David E Rhodes, UT-049 Capt Sarah N Borden, UT-080 1st Lt Clayton K Forsythe, UT-083 Maj Alan B Rowley, UT-088 SM Robert C Montgomery, WY-002 1st Lt Chris M Terrell, WY-066 Keep up the great job! Help your wings succeed in Aerospace Education, encourage your members to complete the Yeager Award requirements. 47.78% of Rocky Mountain Region senior members have earned the Yeager Award. Can we push it to 49% by 30 November? Yeager Award Leaderboard WYWG – 57.3% COWG – 49.9% UTWG – 48.3% MTWG – 44.3% IDWG – 29.6%
Requirements to attend: C/MSgt and above and completed encampment. The cost of the school is $100 per cadet. This cost includes all course materials, food, and lodging. We will also pre-arrange to transport cadets from SLC International Airport to/from venue at no additional cost. Please make sure to let staff know your travel plans BEFORE December 14 so arrangements can be made. Eligible cadets, and parents wishing to attend the graduation banquet, may register at this websitehttps://www.eventbrite.com/event/8295761847 Or to pay by check: Mail check for $100 (school +banquet) or $25 (1 Banquet guest) to: RCLS Civil Air Patrol Headquarters 640 North 2360 West Salt Lake City, Utah 84116 Attn: Valerie Salt In addition to registering online/sending in a check, a complete CAPF 31 with parent and squadron commander signatures and a CAPF 60 must be received no later than 7 December. If you are from outside Utah Wing- you must have your Wing Commander's approval to attend. You may mail or fax these in. Fax number: (801) 532-0229 The AF style blue uniform will be the normal uniform of the day, NO BDUs. Please plan on bringing enough uniforms for the course and civilian cold weather attire. A packing list will be sent out after registration is completed. Questions may be directed to: C/Maj Kelsi Christensen Email: Capchristensen@gmail.com Cell Phone: (435) 213-6956 Or to Capt. Mike Fernandez Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cell Phone: (801) 652-9817 Kansas Wing Winter Encampment 5th Kansas Wing Training Group Winter Encampment Salina, Kansas 26 December 2013 - 2 January 2014 This year will be the best yet! Last year's encampment was filled prior to the deadline, so apply early to 2
Region Cadet Leadership School Utah Wing is hosting a winter Region Cadet Leadership School at Camp Williams Utah Army National Guard Base from 27 to 30 December. Attending an RCLS or Cadet Officer School is a requirement to have completed before advancing to the Eaker Ward. This RMR RCLS would be an excellent opportunity to complete that requirement.
guarantee your spot at this activity. We will again have an Honor Guard advanced training school (see note below). Questions about Encampment? Email: email@example.com Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kansas-WingTraining-Group/149772081740351 This year's events may include: NRA Marksmanship Qualification Obstacle Course M16 Simulator Orientation Ride (depends of DoD) Rocketry Kansas Cosmosphere visit
Those that remain on the official waiting list at the start of encampment will be refunded after the start of encampment PayPal usage charges will not be refunded under any circumstances
Fees: Encampment Application Fee (through 1 November): Basic Cadet Encampment and Honor Guard Cadets: $175 Cadet Encampment Staff and Senior Staff: $150 Encampment Late Application Fee after 1 November: Basic Cadet Encampment and Honor Guard Cadets: $195 Cadet Encampment Staff and Senior Staff: $170
Applications are no longer being accepted for Cadet Staff (closed as of 31 July 2013). We are excited to be putting together a highly motivated and trained cadre to lead and train you. Applications received for cadet staff represent 17 Wings and 7 regions. Deadlines to be aware of: Senior Staff applications are being accepted any time Open Registration 3 September through 1 November Cadet Basic and Honor Guard applications accepted from 3 September through 1 November. Application fees are due with application to be officially slotted No fee = No slot First come, first served basis Late Registration 2 November through 30 November Late application with increased fees (additional $20) accepted 2 November through 30 November Withdrawal Deadline 30 November Formal (written) withdrawals on/before 30 November receive full refund Withdrawals and No-Shows after 30 November receive no refund Waiting List (paid but not slotted) 3
NOTE: The Honor Guard flight is an exciting experience and advanced training opportunity. You must have completed a Basic Encampment to attend. Additional uniform requirements: Service Dress Jacket (old or new style) and the male cadet officer Service Cap (for both male and female cadets) per CAPM 39-1, Chapter 3.
Wright Brothers Award Logan W Haas, CO-147 Kyle M Lutterman, CO-148 Corey M Ramlet, CO-148 Jennifer M Motley, CO-157 Jonathan I Loehr, CO-159 Lily A Jansen, CO-183 Ceth P Collins, CO-186 Sarah J Bandaru, CO-188 Zek Jodan Herrera, MT-012 Matthew J Sharpe, MT-012 Tyler W Stansbury, MT-012 Dillan D Searle, UT-067 Dawn L Olson, UT-080 Mitchell Award Kevin Graves, CO-030 William M Silvis, CO-030 Quincy A Prark, CO-143 Shannon J Cornuke, CO-159 Chandler D Knop, CO-159 Earhart Award Levi H Lockling, CO-031
Spaatz Award Ben C Jakeman, CO-030 Keep up the great job!
50-4, Volume 1 for instructors and Volume 2 for students), effective 19 August 2013. This course represents the full expression of an interactive, blended approach to new member orientation and training. For more information go to http://bit.ly/18W10bB NCR Region Staff College We would be excited to have members attend the Region Staff College being held at KS WG HQ in Salina from 27 December 2013-1 January 2014. We have options for billeting and meals that are explained on the flyer. Members who have completed Level III are encouraged to consider attending so they can complete a requirement for Level IV. Members who are interested in serving on staff should also contact me about opportunities that are available. Staff members will report on the 26th. Cost for this activity is $100. Here is the information for the RSC: Col Regena Aye, Director North Central Region Staff College firstname.lastname@example.org 785-633-7703 Loening Award Recipients Maj Kristen M Nolan, CO-072 Capt Helen E Gray, CO-148 Maj Alan K Garner, CO-148 Maj Eyal T Sittenfeld, CO-162 Capt Dean T Blanton, ID-001 1st Lt Christopher Luke Gross, WY-072 Davis Award Recipients 1st Lt Kirk E Gustafson, CO-015 1st Lt Thomas A Boos, CO-021 1st Lt Elizabeth L Youtsey, CO-068 Capt Robert T Gamber, CO-136 Capt Sandra J Harris, CO-139 Maj William E Standerfer, CO-147 Maj Edward E Carr, CO-147 1st Lt Alan F Clark, CO-147 1st Lt John P Corrigan, CO-183 1st Lt Delbert H Schneider, MT-053 1st Lt Susannah K Price, UT-048 1st Lt Bruce G Connelly, UT-083 1st Lt Lavon C Connelly, UT-083 2d Lt Jerry W Cowles, WY-075 1st Lt David A Gopperton, WY-078
Cadet Advisory Council
Region CAC Chairman Cadet Major Kristi Nichols is assigned to region staff as the region CAC chairman. She can be contacted at email@example.com. RMR Cadet Programs logo Rocky Mountain Region Cadet Programs needs your help! We would like to have a RMR Cadet Programs logo designed. We need cadets who are good at logo design to submit their completed logo to their Wing Representatives. Logos must relate to all of the Rocky Mountain Region and be Cadet Programs Specific. All logos must be submitted by 26 December 2013, after which we will select a winner to be the new RMR Cadet Programs logo. The logo would be used for region wide cadet activities and events. RMR CAC Bulletin The RMR CAC Bulletin can be viewed on the region Website.
Drug Demand Reduction
End of Year Report IAW CAPR 52-22, para 3-6a "End of Year Report. All wings will submit a complete DDR End of Year report annually, via eServices, within 30 days of the end of the fiscal year (i.e., 30 October)." Presently, Idaho and Wyoming have submitted reports. If a wing does not have a DDR officer, the Wing Director of Cadet Programs will submit the report. Negative reports are required in the case you do not have a program. If any of the Wings need any help with this report or with any part of the DDR program, contact LtCol Bill Colson at Cell Phone 208-602-5514, or E-Mail at: Bcolson@Q.com .
New Region Director of Professional Development We are pleased to announce that Major Justin Bekker from IDWG has been appointed the new region director of professional development. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org . Newly Designed Level I Orientation Course Civil Air Patrol (CAP) is pleased to release a completely redesigned Level I Orientation Course (CAP Pamphlet 4
Resuming Normal Operations Commanders, we appreciate your patience and support over the last few weeks. With great pleasure, I’m sending you this message to let you know that we have received approval to begin normal mission operations. All corporate missions have now been opened up in WMIRS. Colonel Gloyd has also contacted his Liaison Region personnel so that they can approve not only your routine monthly missions, but any funded mission requests that are in their queue awaiting approval in WMIRS as well. Hopefully this will allow you to begin your flying this weekend. Don’t assume that all missions are approved immediately though; make sure that you and/or your key subordinates have missions approved in WMIRS prior to executing. CAP-USAF, 1st AF, 11th AF, and PACAF will only approve other funded missions when approving makes sense; they will still scrutinize all A and B missions to make sure they're legitimate and satisfy mission needs prior to approving. Some of you had tentative missions that were submitted to 1st Air Force for Air Tasking Order (ATO) approval should we get this authority, and the NOC is contacting your ICs to get those moving if still possible now. Those missions that would normally require ATO approval that were not in WMIRS to submit will need to wait until the next cycle for approval. As a reminder, missions and sorties for the next ATO cycle will need to be in the system for the NOC to process them by 0700 CDT Monday morning, the 21st of October, so that they can be processed and approved in time to start executing them Wednesday the 23rd of October. I have copied your vice commanders and key operations staff so that they are aware as well. Have a great weekend! v/r John D. JOHN W. DESMARAIS, Sr. Director of Operations Civil Air Patrol National Headquarters New Aircraft flight symbols New Aircraft flight symbols refer to this document: http://www.capmembers.com/media/cms/CAPR_6101_F light_Mission_Symbols_230_4A0C7BAFBB204.pdf01_ Flight_Mission_Symbols_230_4A0C7BAFBB204.pdf
Updated AIF forms Updated AIF forms for the Aircraft flight sheets: http://www.capmembers.com/emergency_services/aircra ft_ops__staneval/aif-standardized-cap-aircraftinformation-file/ New CAP Form 99: http://www.capmembers.com/media/cms/F099_988948 C87DFCF.pdf New AF Approved MP/TMP Proficiency Flight Profiles: http://www.capmembers.com/media/cms/CAPR_601_Pr ofiles_284FD0BD86EC2.pdf Medications and Flying presentation is on the NHQ Operations/Stan-Eval web site. http://www.capmembers.com/emergency_services/aircra ft_ops__staneval/ FY2013 performance In FY13, RMR Wings had over 25 finds and 6 saves the last we checked. GREAT job to our Aircrews, Ground Teams, and Mission base staff. It takes all of us to be ready 24/7 to help our fellow Americans. Three wings, UT, ID and MT had very successful Ops Eval in FY13. Congratulations to them for all their hard work and dedication to preform at this level during their bi-annual AF evaluations. CO and WY are scheduled for their Ops Eval next year. Let's all support them the best we can so they can have successful evaluations. RMR is consideration sending a team of 3 from the adjoining wings to support them. Partial year training and cadet orientation flight funding has been loaded into the wing budgets and now and we can start using these funds. NHQ requests us to focus on keeping our MP/TMP current due to limited funding at this time so we are mission ready. We flew over 5574 flight hours in FY13. Great job to the wings and their staff since we did not receive full funding until early May. FYI...We did not use all of our Cadet Orientation flight funds last year. So let's make it our first goal to try and use all that funding since that is why the cadets joined CAP was to fly. If we run out of funding, we can ask for additional funding when we get our full funding later this year.
Here is our flight hour totals for FY13: Unit RMR CO ID MT UT WY TOTAL Total 176.1 2,035.60 662.2 496.1 1,100.90 1,103.70 5574.6
CAP Call Signs According to National Headquarters, we are staying with CAP instead of going back to CAP Flight for our call sign.
Annual Awards Col Bost and I (Col Skrabut) would like to remind you that annual award packages will be coming due. Last year, we had a less than a stellar submission rate from the wings. Thus the early reminders. Due date for packages to wing headquarters is 15 January. Here is a list of awards and requirements: http://bit.ly/annualCAPawards Let me know if you need some assistance putting together packages, I would be glad to consult. Certificates During the past several months CAP has looked at numerous ways to work more efficiently, yet still provide members the support they need. In support of this initiative a new online module to create the most common CAP certificates used in the field has been created. Instead of ordering blank certificates from National Headquarters, individuals serving in certain duty positions will now be able to simply select the certificate they need, enter the CAP ID of the individual who has earned the certificate along with the date earned, and the appropriate certificate will be ready to print on any color printer. Commanders, Personnel Officers, Admin Officers, Aerospace Education Officers, Cadet Programs Officers and Professional Development Officers at the appropriate levels of command have now been given access to print the certificates in their area of responsibility. Effective 9 September 2013, the certificates listed below previously ordered through the online Material Orders module will be available only through the new CAP Certificates module. 6
C4 Meritorious Service Award (Region) C5 The Exceptional Service Award (Region) C13 Level One Certificate of Achievement (Region/Wing/Group/Unit) C18 Achievement Award (Region/Wing/Group) C19 Commander’s Commendation Award (Region/Wing) C20 Charles E. “Chuck” Yeager Aerospace Education Achievement Award AE (Region/Wing/Group/Unit) C22 Corporate Learning Course Diploma (Region/Wing) C23 Unit Commanders Course Certificate (Region/Wing) C29 Wright Brothers Award (Region/Wing/Group/Unit) C34 Squadron Leadership Award (Region/Wing) C35 Certificate of Appreciation (Region/Wing/Group/Unit) C44 Certificate of Accomplishment (Region/Wing level) C53 Certificate of Recognition for Lifesaving (Region/Wing) C71 CAP Membership Certificate (20 Years) (Region/Wing/Group/Unit) C72 CAP Membership Certificate (30 Years) (Region/Wing/Group/Unit) C73 CAP Membership Certificate (40 Years) (Region/Wing/Group/Unit) C77 Certificate of First Flight (Region/Wing/Group/Unit)
All certificates noted above are now designed to print as 8 ½ X 11 certificates. We recommend they be printed on white index or card stock, 60 to 110 lb paper. The Wausau Paper, 110 pound Exact Index, worked great in our tests on the new color printers recently distributed to each Wing, and is available at most office supply stores from $12 to $15 a package. The ease of printing the entire certificate on demand instead of having to wait to receive blank certificates in the mail and then search for a printer that would accept the large size paper should allow members to be promptly rewarded for their accomplishment. If you have any questions, or require any additional information, please contact Membership Services.
NTC Move from Richmond to Montgomery. The move OUT of the Richmond facility was successful on 30 September as planned. However, the move IN to the new facility at Maxwell was delayed more than a month by Base CE as well as contracting/contractor issues. The result was truck loads of “stuff” arriving with nowhere to go and just being stockpiled in the warehouse until the painters and carpet layers were done. There are two employees trying to do what seven formerly did while sifting through a mountain of equipment and supplies which must be sorted, cataloged and assigned shelf locations. This is going to take awhile. The goal is to get the NTC repair services turned back on as soon as possible. Continue to hold on to equipment needing repair until you are notified that the NTC is ready to start receiving it.
ORMS Version 2.0 and CAP Inventory Cycle Update The CAP Inventory cycle is being changed to 1 October to 31 December and will include the fixed asset inventory as well. ORMS version 2.0 will be released the week of 23-27 September and a change to CAPR 174-1 reflecting these changes is currently in coordination. Annual Inventory The annual inventory period starts Ocotber 1, 2013. Remind wings and subordinate units that hands on inventory means hands on. Please have wings complete pending transfers and issues as soon as possible. Deadline is 31 December 2013.
Importance of Public Awareness Efforts 1. Civil Air Patrol’s recent media exposure in Oklahoma and Colorado has been exceptional. The publicity received for our Oklahoma tornadoes and Colorado flooding missions is the kind of public awareness that I and the Board of Governors know is achievable for all wings. It is extremely important that we promote CAP via the media every time we serve the citizens of our communities. 2. In Oklahoma, the shared audience was close to 1 million counting social media. CAP’s stories ran in 100 newspapers nationwide and one in the UK. It appeared in multiple national aviation publications; the Associated Press carried the story, and it appeared on more than 100 local AP affiliate websites. A story crawl appeared on Fox News, CNN and MSNBC. Twenty-two radio stations ran the story. And, it occupied more than 13 pages of results on Google, Yahoo! and Bing News. 3. In Colorado, CAP was mentioned on ABC World News Tonight (7.6 million viewers) and on Good Morning America (5 million viewers). This led to a pickup of the story on 250-plus ABC affiliate stations nationwide and at least a dozen others like the BBC and the New York Times. Media flights also attracted the interest of four Denver stations – the local ABC, FOX, NBC and CBS affiliates; each produced outstanding stories on CAP and the Colorado Wing’s damage assessment missions. 4. Attracting publicity for who we are and what we do is a priority initiative in CAP’s 2013-2014 strategic plan. Though we cannot expect national publicity every time we conduct a wreath-laying ceremony or a search and rescue mission, we can ensure that we never miss an opportunity to tell our story and, as noted above, our tenacity can and will pay off. Our Deputy Director for Public Affairs, Julie Debardelaben, and our National 7
Logistics/ORMS 1. Is the module that allows aircraft/vehicles and installed equipment to be inventoried/moved in one transaction up and running? a. Yes. It was part of ORMS 2.0 that was rolled out in September. 2. Vehicle usage information is entered into eServices each month (assume this is ORMS). Why are units still required to maintain paper CAPF 73s for 12 months (CAPR 10-2 requirement)? a. The Compliance inspection checklist has been changed to delete this item as inspectable. CAPR 77-1 will be changed to allow wings to maintain the CAPF electronically instead of a paper file. 3. What is the status of the ORMS purge of accountable items with a value of less than $500, i.e. ISR radios? a. While not entirely a purge, ORMS has been modified to accommodate disposal of property with an initial acquisition cost of less than $500. Disposal no longer requires CAP-USAF involvement. Wings can dispose of property in the manner that is most expeditious and environmentally acceptable, through coordination with the wing CC and LG or DC. Once disposal is complete a memo can be loaded in ORMS and NHQ will close out the record. Additionally, there is no requirement to load property with an acquisition cost of less than $500.
Public Affairs Officer, Lt. Col. Steven Solomon, will be happy to work with you to do this. 5. With a public affairs officer in place and a little bit of planning before and during our missions, CAP can achieve the national identity our organization so richly deserves. Our dedicated volunteers deserve nothing less. CHARLES L. CARR, JR. Major General, CAP Commander CAP Public Affairs Officer correspondence course A replacement to the outdated CAP Public Affairs Officer correspondence course remains under development. Until this course is replaced, the requirement to complete this specific training for the Technician Rating as contained in CAPP 201 (E) has been waived. The RMR Record articles needed Major Nash, RMR Director of Public Affair (email@example.com), is seeking submissions for a new issue of our quarterly regional newsletter. A reminder… the target audience is every CAP member in every unit in the Rocky Mountain Region. Major Nash is focusing on events and people, rather than announcements. Specifically, he is looking for photos with captions, brief columns from program areas, or rewrites of material already used in a Wing magazine, newsletter, or Facebook page. He would like to receive your items by October 31, and intend to publish the next edition of "The RMR Record" as an email distributed PDF file. Social Media Managers We’re looking for someone with an interest and social media experience to serve as primary administrator of both accounts. For details, please contact RMR/CS or RMR/PA.
Chaplain (HC) Application Checklist [Use when submitting CAPF 35] http://capmembers.com/media/cms/Chaplain_Applicatio n_Checklist_12E378B1765A1.pdf Character Development Instructor (CDI) Application Checklist [Use when submittingCAPF 35A] http://capmembers.com/media/cms/CDI_Application_C hecklist_42091CFBBD0CA.pdf
Historical Input Wings need to submit historical reports to the Region Historian NLT 30 April, 2014 for submission to National Headquarters. Region historian would like information for past 24 months. See CAPR 210-1 for content details.
RMR/Area Command exercise Mark your 2014 calendars for our RMR/Area Command exercise for the 21-24 August 2014. All Wing ICP and their aircrew and aircraft will be able to participate if we get additional funding by 31-May. ACP will be located in Ft Collins, CO, but each wing will have their own ICP for command reasons. NASAR's FOG iPhone app. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/search-rescueoperations-field/id720611370?mt=8 The Search & Rescue Operations Field Guide, authored by the National Association for Search and Rescue (NASAR), is a perfect companion reference for both field search personnel and search managers. The Field Guide is organized into useful sections such as Initial Actions, Search & Rescue Command, Operations, Planning, Investigation, and Logistics. The guide also contains a comprehensive appendix covering topics such as Developing an Incident Action Plan, Map Symbols, G-M Angle, and Search Planning Formulas. This field guide is a MUST to assist SAR personnel in taking the most appropriate actions during SAR operations.
Chaplain or Character Development Instructor Applications Are you submitting an application for appointment as a Chaplain (HC) or Character Development Instructor (CDI)? If so, please use the following application checklists to be sure all required documents are being submitted. You may also contact your Wing Chaplain for assistance if you have any specific questions regarding appointment requirements.
Open Region Positions The following region staff positions are available. Please submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested; naturally, run applications through your chain of command.. Also include a brief outline on support what you would like to see accomplished in the position. Cadet Programs Dev Officer/ RMR Recorder Cadet Activities Officer 8
Maintenance Officer Director of Fund Raising and Resource Dev RMR Training Center Director Region Newsletter Editor Asst Legal Officer Director of Engineering and Facilities
The most accurate calendar can be found at https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=3jk96 su67rb51lidmlckj40o2c%40group.calendar.google.c om&ctz=America/Los_Angeles **DDR End of Year Reports, October 31. Safety Surveys are due, October 1 - January 31. WYWG - SAV, November 15-17. **KSWG Encampment, Salina, KS, December 26 - January 2. **NCR Region Staff College, Salina, KS, December 27 - January 1. **RMR Region Cade Leadership School, Camp Williams, UT, December 27 - 30. Annual Inventory due, December 31. Annual awards due Wings, January 15. Trend Analysis Reporting due, January 31. Safety Surveys due, January 31. Annual awards due Region, February 15. Annual awards due National, March 15. History reports due region, April 30. IDWG Conference, May 19-20. Trend Analysis Reporting due, July 31. RMR/Area Command exercise, Ft Collins (Area ICP), August 21-24 August.
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