Announcements

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 SQUADRON MEETING INFORMATION 
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Our Next Squadron Meeting will be:
Thursday, 21 MAR 2019

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 USAF Chief of Staff General David Goldfein Discusses CAP, Addressing Pilot Shortage 
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Please take a moment to watch this important video! 

Team Washington Wing and Friends of Civil Air Patrol,

Air Force Chief of Staff General David Goldfein discusses the future of Civil Air Patrol's involvement with the Air Force at the Brookings Institution. 


Capt Jessica Jerwa, CAP
National Social Media Analyst
Washington Wing Chief of Staff
U.S. Air Force Auxiliary

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
Washington Wing Spring Conference & Banquet 
29-31 MAR 2019
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http://conference.wawg.cap.gov/

Ticket sales end March 15, 2019, at 2000 hours. Don't wait!

Mark your calendar for the Washington Wing Spring 
Conference & Banquet at the Red Lion Olympia from 
March 29-31! Join us for special guests, exciting officer 
and cadet workshops, fun activities, and great food!

Special Guest:
We are excited to announce that Civil Air Patrol's National 
Vice Commander Brigadier General Edward D. Phelka will 
be our guest speaker at Washington Wing's Spring Banquet! 

Brigadier General Edward D. Phelka
National Vice Commander, Civil Air Patrol


Brig. Gen. Phelka's primary duty is to assist the CAP 
National Commander in leading CAP’s more than 60,000 volunteers in fulfillment of the nonprofit organization’s 
three congressionally chartered missions of Emergency Services, Cadet Programs and Aerospace Education, as 
well as its steadily increasing role in America’s Homeland Security as the newest member of the Air Force’s Total 
Force.

As National Vice Commander, General Phelka is also a 
member of both the CAP Command Council and CAP
 Senior Advisory Group (CSAG), advising the National Commander and the Board of Governors on CAP 
operational and policy issues. (read more!

The Washington Wing Spring Conference & Banquet at the 
Red Lion Olympia from March 29-31 promises to be a weekend 
of special guests, exciting officer and cadet workshops, fun activities, and great food! 

Senior Officers! 
Civil Air Patrol's National Vice Commander, Brigadier General Edward D. Phelka will be stopping by the Officer's Reception on Friday. 

Don't forget to grab your tickets ASAP! 

Note: Certain events have different capacity limits due to room requirements! Don't wait to sign up! 

Cadets! 
If you have never attended a Civil Air Patrol 

Conference, make sure to talk to members in your unit about why you should go! 

Make new friends, reunite with Cadets from around the state, expand your knowledge of the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program, 
and meet our National Vice Commander, Brigadier General 
Edward D. Phelka!

Workshop Updates:
Look for a future announcement detailing these sessions and more: 

Emergency Services
Administration & Personnel
Historian
Plans & Programs
Chief of Staff's Learning Lab 

Do you want to teach?  Please complete this form ASAP!

Check out the website for details!

RSVP to the event on Facebook:

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As Cadets of Washington 
Wing; 
Did you know that you are eligible for a scholarship through the 
Cadet Character and Leadership Foundation (CCLF)?
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CCLF offers scholarships to hardworking and 
dedicated CAP cadets who would like financial help 
to attend leadership focused CAP activities. 

 If you are attending a leadership  related National Cadet  Special Activity or encampment this summer (or any leadership activity at any time of the year for that   matter), 
the CCLF may grant you a scholarship for a   percentage of 
the activity cost.  

The application process is extremely simple, and more often
 than not, the CCLF will graciously provide a scholarship. Personally, I have applied for a scholarship through CCLF more than once, and was blessed with a scholarship each time.

  If you are interested in applying for a scholarship to help fund 
a leadership focused cadet activity that you are attending this summer, check out the Cadet Character and Leadership Foundation website.  

If you have any questions about CCLF scholarships, please feel free to contact me.   
110% in All We Do!

C/Col Piper R. Phillips, CAP
Cadet Commander, Cascade Falcon XXIII
Assistant Cadet Program Development Officer, 
Washington Wing
Cadet Advisory Council Chair, Pacific Coast Region
(C) 360-669-3000

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Scholarships

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Did You know...
there's a section of the Washington Wing page that features Scholarship opportunities for Cadets and Officers?


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Volunteer Grants / Gift
Matching Programs & CAP
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 Employee Volunteer Grants 

You can increase the impact of your gift to CAP through an 
employer matching gift program. 
Many employers will match charitable contributions made by their employees or employees’ spouses to encourage philanthropic 
giving! The matching gift program is great for maximizing your 
dollar, as many employers will match your gift dollar for dollar or 
even triple your gift!

Matching gifts will be allocated to the donor's designation (if requested) unless company policy requires distribution to a 
general fund.

To find out if your employer participates in this program, please 
to your HR department to find out if they have a similar program! 
It's almost like getting paid to volunteer!

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
Survey Monkey for Joint Oregon Wing / PCR 2019 Conference
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We are gathering information for the 3 – 6 October 2019 Joint Oregon Wing/Pacific Region Conference and we need your help. 
In order to give you the best possible conference experience, the best possible training to meet your needs, the best in networking and Professional Development we are asking you 
to complete a short survey. This will help us build a 
Conference you won’t want to miss!

When considering your answers to such questions as “What courses would you like to have at the conference” please 
don’t be afraid to list anything. SLS, CLC, UCC, IG Senior, Communications, Curry, Yeager, sUAS, IS 300/400, aircrew, 
and of course you can expect great briefings from AE, CP, 
\and OPS. If it’s CAP related, then it’s open game and on the table!

We also need instructors so if there is a class you would LIKE 
to put on or assist in, there is a question for that!

CADETS! We WANT Cadets involved. Got a class you’d like to be involved in? Own, Teach? LIST IT! You may be surprised at what you find yourself doing.

The link to the survey is:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PKCW6K8

It will be open until 10 March so don’t delay! Click the link and give us the feedback we need to make this a great experience for you.

1Lt Jill Simmons, Conference Coordinator

Col Tim Hahn, Curriculum Coordinator



Col Timothy Hahn, CAP
Pacific Region Vice Commander
Alaska Wing Commander
Pacific Region IMAT Commander
(C) 775-842-5126
U.S. Air Force Auxiliary
GoCivilAirPatrol.com
CAPNHQ.GOV
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Arlington Composite Squadron
is a 2018 Quality Cadet Unit 
Award Winner!
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More information can be found at: www.capmembers.com/qcua
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 NEW ANNOUNCEMENT 
AKWG's Summer Encampment Information 27 JUL - 03 AUG 2019
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AKWG's Summer Encampment for interested students, cadre, and senior members.

Dates: 27 JUL - 3 AUG 2019 (Cadre arrives 25 JUL 2019)
Cost: Students - $250, Cadre - $190
Location: Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson

Cadre Application Deadlines:

Executive cadre - 15 MAR 2019
Sq CCs and Support OICs - 20 MAR 2019
All else - 15 APR 2019

Registration info - TBD

Regards,
SFO Zachary Lam, CAP
Washington Wing Assistant Director of Cadet Programs

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2019 Registration is now Open 
for the FAPA Future Pilot Forum Video Library, Job Fairs & Future Pilot Forums
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The FAPA Future Pilot Forum Video Library is now available!
Registration is free and will give you access to videos of presentations from FAPA Future Pilot Forums around the U.S. We are continually adding new videos on a rolling basis. Registration will include email updates when new videos are added.


 Presenters Include: 
Piedmont Airlines, Envoy Air, Air Wisconsin, California Aeronautical University (CAU), Pan Am Career Flight Academy, UPS Airlines, US Air Force, Customs and Border Protection,US Coast Guard

 2019 Calendar: 
Saturday, 03/23/19 | Phoenix, TBD April 2019 | Las Vegas, Saturday, 05/18/19 | Washington, D.C.,
Saturday, 06/08/19 | Chicago, Saturday, 07/13/19 | Denver,
Saturday, 08/24/19 | Seattle, Saturday, 09/21/19 | Boston,
Saturday, 10/19/19 | Orlando, Saturday, 11/16/19, Honolulu, Saturday, 12/14/19 | DFW

FAPA Pilot Job Fair 9 AM - 12 PM
FAPA Pilot Job Fairs bring recruiters and job-seeking 
qualified pilots together. Retired pilots, separating military encouraged to attend as well. This is a separate event from 
the FAPA Future Pilot Forum. The Pilot Job Fair is for 
qualified, job-seeking pilots with more than 250 hours
 (rotor or fixed wing time) who wish to speak to recruiters. 
See which airlines will be recruiting and sign up for FREE at FAPA.aero/Jobs

FAPA Future Pilot Forum 1 PM - 6 PM
FAPA (Future and Active Pilot Advisors), the pilot career consulting company and its partners Piedmont Airlines, 
Envoy Air and Air Wisconsin are ‘Building the Pilot Pipeline’ 
TM by inviting aspiring pilots of all ages including career changers, students (and parents), non-aviation separating military personnel and future pilots of all backgrounds – to FAPA Future Pilot Forums to learn about the pathways to a professional pilot career. School counselors are also encouraged to attend to also learn how to talk to students 
about professional pilot careers.

Attendees are invited to attend in person or to view portions 
of the event via on-demand video later for free. All attendees should pre-register for either format at: 

Sign up for updates about FAPA Future Pilot Forums: FAPA.aero/FuturePilot/Subscribe

Download fliers, web newsletter graphics: FAPA.aero/Share
See recent press at FAPA.aero/Press
See testimonials from past FAPA event attendees.

Laura Arden
Vice President, Sales and Marketing  | FAPA.aero 
Future & Active Pilot Advisors

C:
 (808) 799-9350
T: 1-800-JET-JOBS  (538-5627) Ext. 11
laura@fapa.aero            www.fapa.aero
Copyright © 2018 FAPA.aero, All rights reserved.

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
Field Emergency Services Training
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FIELD EMERGENCY SERVICES TRAINING

Who:  Any Washington Wing CAP member desiring to 
further/refresh their ES skills 
This year's training is to prep for a FANTASTIC turnout at the 2019 USAF EVAL in June!
What: Ground Team member 3, 2 & 1 - depending on need 
 (We customize training based on SQTRs of attendees)
- Emphasis will be on minimizing classroom (through 
efficiency) and MAXIMIZING field time for our ground team training modules!

- Earn your MSA (tentatively) qualification with a "real world" approach!
Offered in May 2019 only - to be confirmed 
- SQTRs will be signed off each training event (in EServices) 
for those tasks successfully demonstrated!
- The Staff members are extremely experienced in the topics 
to be presented and have decades of instruction under their belts!

Training Dates:
22 - 24 MAR 2019 <-- Deadline 15 MAR 2019
17 - 19 MAY 2019 <-- Deadline 10 MAY 2019

Check-In (parents must not leave until documents are 
checked for cadets): ANYONE WITH INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTATION (INCLUDING MEMBERSHIP CARDS) WILL 
BE DENIED STAYING AND WILL NEED IMMEDIATELY DEPART FOR HOME. 

19:00 - 21:45, Friday
07:00 – 07:15, Saturday

Dismissal: 
14:00 Sunday (Remind your transportation!!)

Required Documentation to be brought to training:
CAP Membership Card (or temporary from eServices)
CAP-101 Card w/GES rating
CAPF-31 (All Members)
CAPF-160 (All Members)
CAPF-161 (All Members)
CAPF-163 (Cadet Members)

Cost: 
$35.00 - For students
$20.00 - For staff (predetermined)
WE ARE NOW USING EVENTBRITE FOR ALL REGISTRATIONS. NO $ AT THE DOOR.
(there is a small service fee for using Eventbrite)
- refunds of camp fee only - up to 7 days prior to event date

Cost includes the following:
+ Training Facility Use
+ Food - 3 meals Sat/Sunday breakfast & light lunch (We will provide a variety of fresh fruits/vegetables in addition to energy packed meals)
+ Fuel/Transportation while at training

*Special dietary restrictions cannot be accommodated (please bring your own special foods)
**No cost reduction for those furnishing their own meals

Location: 
Masonic Family Park 
 (Look for Civil Air Patrol Signs at entrance)

No cell phone or internet service is available! PRINT OFF DIRECTIONS BEFORE YOU LEAVE HOME!!!

Park Phone (360) 691-6641 – only for emergency messages


Required Equipment and Packing List:
Camp List Download here

Project Officer - Lt Col T. Sayler
ltcoltsayler@hotmail.com for questions

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
Are You Qualified as an MSA?
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Are you qualified as an MSA? Want to give back share your knowledge with others?

Nearly EVERYONE can become an MSA and we need more 
of you! We have a USAF SAREVAL coming up sometime in
 the next few months and MSA's will be needed at any base of operations. We could have remote deployments, etc.

We need one or more instructors for FEST (Field Emergency Services Training)! 

Please contact me if interested. I have the training guide, a facility and can schedule the Granite Falls Library for part of Saturday for WMIRS familiarization!

Interested parties please contact me ASAP.

Lt Col Teresia Sayler, CAP
NW Group Emergency Services Officer
(C) 360.951.4030

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Custom CAP/Vanguard page to make 
your online orders easier.

 Please visit the following: https://sites.google.com/a/wawg.cap.gov/arlingtonsquadron/announcements/uniform-links

Please let me know if you experience any difficulties with this 
custom link.
2d Lt Kristina Montgomery
Kristina.Montgomery@wawg.cap.gov
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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
Cadet Competition - New Process and Timeline
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This year, Washington Wing will hold its Wing Cadet Competition in the fall to better allow the winning team(s) 
to prepare, do fundraising, and obtain the best price for transportation. That competition will select the team(s) to attend the 2020 competition tentatively scheduled to be 
held in Alaska in the spring of 2020. 

That being said, we would still like to send a team to the 
Pacific Region Cadet Competition which will be held the 
last weekend of March 2019 at Riverside, CA. Time is 
running out to get a competition held and we have had very few volunteers respond to our inquiries for help. So we are going to 
try something new and creative. 

This spring’s competition will be a remote selection instead 
of the usual in-person competition. That means that all teams 
will compete at their squadron locations on the same day and electronically submit videos of the events to a judging committee. Teams will record their indoor posting and 
outdoor posting 
on 16 February 2019 and submit them online 
the same day. 
The written exam will be taken the same day as 
well. Fitness 
scores will be pulled from e-services using team members’ most recent HFZ Assessment scores. Uniform assessments will be based on photos sent on 16 February 2019. Further information 
will be sent out after registration closes. We 
think this will be the fairest way to hold a competition at this time 
of year when weather conditions do not favor travel across our 
state. 

If your unit would like to enter a team to compete, either 
have every team member and team escort fill out the Cadet Comp Competition Registration Form or have one person submit a form for every member. Registration will close 
9 February 2019 at 2000. 

As mentioned, we will be changing the timeline to allow the 
WAWG team that goes to region in 2020 more time to prepare. 
For 2019 competition, this is the best that we can do. We look forward to many teams registering for the competition. 

I’m sure that you have many questions so please forward them to 
me directly. We will share information with all teams that register. Please also forward any suggestions that you may have. 

Regards, 
SFO Zachary Lam, CAP 
Washington Wing Assistant Director of Cadet Programs
zachary.lam@wawg.cap.gov

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 NEW ANNOUNCEMENT 
Alaska Airlines Aviation Day
04 MAY 2019
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Alaska Airlines Aviation Day is almost here! This year the event will be held on May 4, 2019. 

May the fourth be with you...

Alaska Airlines Aviation Day is aimed at inspiring youth (ages 13-18) and providing the opportunity for young adults to learn about career paths in the aviation industry. 

Adults - Do not register on the Alaska Airlines website unless you have been designated as a Group Leader by your unit commander. Space for additional chaperones is limited. You must have at least 15 cadets registered to bring more than two adults with your group. (One adult per five cadets). 

Cadets - If you’re interested in attending, please let your chain of command know! Your unit commander has been sent a separate email with information for Group Leaders. 

Here is a national news release from our participation in the 2017 event! Hope you can make it! 


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 NEW ANNOUNCEMENT 
Registration for Cascade Falcon XXIV is Now Open!
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Registration for Cascade Falcon XXIV is now open!! Cascade Falcon will be from 30 June to 6 July at Camp Casey on Whidbey Island. 

Register here.

In addition to our usual encampment curriculum, we will also 
be offering an Advanced Training School for cadets who have completed their basic encampment and are interested in intensive training in leadership and standards for teaching at 
the unit level and staffing larger activities like the Arlington 
Fly-in and other encampments.

We have moved to an online registration process. Please have your forms completed and signed, then scan them in .pdf 
format to upload when you register. No mail, no envelopes, 
no waiting to see if it was delivered or processed! Payments 
will be part of the registration so we won't have to worry about checks in the mail, and refunds are quick and easy!

In addition to Cascade Falcon registration, the Cadet Encampment Assistance Program (CEAP) opens today. 
Make sure you go into eServices and apply! It is a different process from encampment registration!

Applications will be accepted through April 15, but preference 
is given to those who apply early!

Semper Vigilans,

Maj Scott W. Dean, CAP
Commander, Cascade Falcon XXIV(M) 360-797-5626
U.S. Air Force Auxiliary
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MEMORANDUM FOR: CADET ENCAMPMENT GRADUATES

FROM: CASCADE FALCON XXIV COMMANDANT 

SUBJECT: Applications for Cascade Falcon XXIV Cadet Cadre 

1. Cadet Cadre applications for all positions at Cascade Falcon XXIV are now open. Please note application deadlines and selection announcements will be staggered. Please follow the assigned dates for submittal. Encampment is:
27 June - 6 July 2019, Camp Casey, WA. 

2. Applications for Cadet Commander, Cadet Deputy Commander, and Cadet Plans and Curriculum Officer will 
close 15 December 2018. 

3. Applications for Cadet Squadron Commanders and Cadet Mission Support Flight 

Commander will close 31 December 2018. 

4. Applications for the below positions will close 15 January 2019. This year’s application process will include two 
selection phases. The first will include reviewing resumes, 
cover letters, and general cadet knowledge. Once applications are received, cadets will be given instructions regarding the cadre selection day, 23 February 2019, at McChord Field on JBLM where the second phase will occur. 

a. Cadet First Sergeant b. Cadet Flight Commander c. Cadet Flight Sergeant d. Cadet Historian e. Cadet Logistics f. Cadet Mission Staff Assistant 

5. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to cascadefalcon@wawg.cap.gov 

a. Your cover letter should address what positions you are applying for, why you want the position, and what you hope 
to take away from your experience on the Cadet Cadre at Cascade Falcon. 

6. Additionally, please fill out Cadet Cadre Application Form. 

7. For those who are unable to make it to Cadet Cadre 
Selection Day, an email must be sent to the Cadet 
Commander requesting a distance application. 

CASCADE FALCON XXIII WASHINGTON WING CIVIL AIR PATROL 
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AUXILIARY 
PO BOX 4459 JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD WA 98438-0459 

8.  Important dates: 
a. Cadet Cadre Selection Day: 23 February 2019 b. Pre-Encampment: 27 June 2018 – 29 June 2019 c. Encampment: 30 June 2019 – 6 July 2019 

Please contact the Cascade Falcon XXIV
Commandant of Cadets, Maj. Bethany Lenell, with questions: 
bethany.lenell.cap@gmail.com (253) 576-9532

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 ANNOUNCEMENT 
Learning Labs and Staff Meetings
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All members are welcome and 
encouraged to participate in our 
Learning Labs and Wednesday/Saturday meetingsThe more we coordinate, the better! *See etiquette below.  
If you cannot join us in person, log on via the web for the 
most interactive and educational experience!

Commanders: Consider asking a unit member to attend in your place if you are not available! 

Wing HQ is located at:
 1155 Barnes Blvd, McChord AFB, WA 98438

Use your computer to join the call: www.uberconference.com/wawgtelecon
Dial in number: 253-777-4758
PIN: 87984 

Wednesdays (weekly)

Many volunteers arrive by late afternoon.
Most volunteers take a dinner break at 1700.

1815-1830 - Learning Lab - Webinar & Call-In

We regularly host a 15-minute web-enabled training (or "Learning Lab") for all members at 1815 hrs, in advance of 
the regular 1830 call. - Submit your request for a topic here.
1830-1930 - Wing Staff Meeting - Webinar & Call-In 

Call-in/webinar/meeting for Wing Staff, Group Commanders, and Squadron Commanders at 1830 hours. 

Attachments 

*Meeting Etiquette

Please identify yourself in UberConference so we know who is calling in. We take roll call, so this helps us proceed through the boring stuff more quickly!

Even if you use your phone to call in (instead of your PC), we suggest viewing the presentation online. We often screen share during the Learning Lab and Meeting.

Please mute your line until you are ready to speak. We often 
record our calls. Shuffling papers are not an awesome soundtrack...and to be honest, every time you make noise, your meeting icon changes in UberConference and tells on you. We 
can mute you from our side if we have to, but then you might not know to unmute yourself later. 

Please avoid using speakerphone. It can cause your audio 
to feed back and makes it sound like aliens are landing.

Questions during the Learning Lab? Please submit them 
during the chat at any time or try to save your questions for the 
end. LL's are usually 5-10 minutes of presentation and 5-10 
minutes of questions/discussion. We always take questions.

Questions during the Staff Meeting? Please wait for the 
presenter to finish their briefing and then ask to be called on. 
For example, if you have a question for the Logistics Officer, wait 
for him to give his briefing and then say, "This is So-and-So from Podunk Composite Squadron...I have a question for our Logistics 
Officer." The meeting host will recognize you, etc.
View this info and our Saturday meeting schedule on the 

Capt Jessica Jerwa, CAP
National Social Media Analyst
Washington Wing Chief of Staff
(C) 206.999.4808
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