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9-11 NOV 18

WASHINGTON ALL MISSION ACADEMY 

 9-11 NOVEMBER

Camp Robert L. Boucher, Ephrata WA

Training this weekend will be offered in 5 different areas:  Squadron Leadership School for senior members, Basic Cadet School for our newest cadet members, Model Rocketry for all cadets, Ground Navigation for all working towards their Ground Team ratings in Emergency  Services, and WAMA 101 for members new to WAMA who are not sure which area interests them the most.  Seniors should feel free to sign up for WAMA 101 also. We also plan to squeeze in ICUT and MSA training for those who need these qualifications.  Free time is available on Saturday evening to socialize, play games, or do homework.   

Here are the details. 

AE- Model Rocketry class will cover all the requirements for attaining the Model Rocketry Badge.  Lt Col Ken Butler will be instructing with help from others to ensure that all areas are covered.  Students will build and launch 3 rockets as well as cover the knowledge requirements for the badge.  Due to the materials needed and the cost of the Rocketry Badge, there is an additional cost of $20 for this class.  (There is an opportunity for a limited number of cadets who have already earned the rocketry badge to assist.  The hours they serve could count toward award of the new STEM Badge. Prior permission is required before assistants may register. Contact Lt Col Butler directly at Kenneth.butler@wawg.cap.gov.  They would not have to pay the extra cost.)  Class is open to cadets of all ranks but is limited to the first 25 students to register. THIS CLASS WILL FILL QUICKLY!

CPBasic Cadet School (BCS) provides the newer cadets who have not yet attended a wing activity with a better understanding of the Civil Air Patrol cadet program.  Cadets will receive a solid foundation of drill and memory work, uniforms, CAP mission as well as an understanding of cadet responsibilities.  BCS is the first course in the PCR Integrated Leadership Program and is aimed at C/Basics to C/SRAs.  Teamwork will be stressed and team leadership problems will test the ability of all to work together.  This class will supplement the training obtained at the local squadron and help prepare cadets to attend wing activities such as the Fall Conference and winter encampment.  Uniform is ABU/BDUs but students should also bring blues if they have them.  Class is limited to 20 students. 

ES – Lt Col Karl Moore will give instruction for GTM-3 and on MSA ratings. Students will need to arrive with endorsements from their commanders on their SQTRs for the training to be credited.  Bringing field gear is optional but bringing warm clothing/coats is seriously recommended.  Training will be given on ground navigation using a map and compass as well as GPS.  Teams will then head outside for some practical experience.  Later at night, celestial navigation is a possibility.  Class is limited to 20 students.  

WAMA 101 – This class is an introduction to WAMA for members (cadets and seniors) who would like to experience all areas of the academy.  It will include an introduction to Emergency Services, Aerospace Education, and Cadet Programs by accomplishing hands on activities.  Students will become familiar with the history of the Ephrata Army Air Base and WAMA, as well as participate in O’flights (weather permitting).  Training may also be given in Mission Staff Assistant if time is available.  Class is limited to 10 students.   

SLS- Squadron Leadership School – (for senior members only)  Please see the announcement below or contact Maj Jim Kelly, the Director, at Jim.Kelly@wawg.cap.gov for more information. 

 

Squadron Leadership School (SLS)

10-11 November 2018

Washington All Mission Academy

 The SLS is part of the Level II of the professional development program for senior members. The primary goal is to prepare members to contribute at the squadron level and provide an understanding of how those operations are an integral part of CAP’s national missions. The SLS is also an excellent way to meet, network, and learn with other CAP officers in an enjoyable, and interactive classroom setting.

PREREQUISITES: Level 1 and assigned to a specialty track

UNIFORM: USAF Blues, CAP Corporate, CAP Polo/grey trousers NO BDUs or Flight suits allowed

LOCATION: Washington All Mission Academy Camp Robert L. Boucher (CRLB) Ephrata Municipal Airport in Ephrata, WA DATE/TIME: 10-11 November 2018 Class will start promptly at 0800. Dismissal will be at approx. 1630 each day Break for lunch at 11:30

TRAVEL/FOOD: Attendees are responsible for their own travel. Fee includes: ($45)Overnight Stay at Camp Robert L. Boucher, Dining Facility (DFAC) and Food/Hydration.  ($30)No overnight stay but all else.

REGISTRATION: Deadline to register is 26 October 2018 Course fee is $45 (or $30 is staying at hotel) and registration will be limited to 16 students. At least three other activities are scheduled for the same weekend so get your registrations as soon as possible. We will develop a stand-by list as well. IF we get enough we will schedule another class.

HOW TO REGISTER:

1) Submit CAP Form 17 to WAWG HQ by email to pd@wawg.cap.gov or mail to the address below:

Lt Col Ed Keeney WAWG Director of PD

1830 Artemis Ridge

West Richland, WA 99353

2) Email Course Director Major Jim Kelly at jim.kelly@wawg.cap.gov with your name, CAPID, grade, unit, and indicate that you have submitted CAP Form 17 to WAWG HQ

 3) After approval, complete WAMA registration.  If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact the Course Director. We look forward to seeing you!

Squadron PD/CC: If you have a member needing be on a SLS staff, contact Course Director. Jim Kelly, Major, CAP Course Director jim.kelly@wawg.cap.gov 509.724.6019

 


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