Announcements CAP & More

 New Announcement 
WA Wing FLM Training
23 JUN 18

Class room instruction will be at the Arlington airport office, located on the East side of Arlington Municipal Airport. 
Address: 18204 59th Drive NE, Arlington, WA 98223 

Practical Application (Exercise #1) will be held at the Arlington Fly-In hanger/EAA office on the West side of Arlington Airport. 
Address: 4700 188th Street NE, # H, Arlington WA 98223.

Participants will be transported to the practice area after the class room instruction. 

Times (Day 1-Basic): 
0800 hrs. Staff Check-In 
0900 hrs. Students Check-In 
0930-0945  Safety Briefing / Announcements 
0945-1100 Instructional Unit 
1100 – 1130 Lunch Break 
1130-1200 Transition to East Side of Airport for Practical Exercises 
1200-1600 Practical Exercises 
1600 Check-Out 

Cost for students and staff:

Uniform of the Day: 
ABU/BDU.  Wear in accordance with CAPF39-1 
Cover (must be secured with cover keeper to be allowed on the flight line)
Boots (Required for flightline) 

What’s provided: 
⦁ Safety Vest 
⦁ Marshalling wands 

Forms to bring: 
⦁ CAP ID Card (proof of current membership) 
⦁ 101 Card that reads GES to show perquisites have been met 
⦁ CAPF 31: Application for Encampment or Special Activity 
⦁ CAPF 160: CAP Member Health History Form 
⦁ CAPF 161: Emergency Information (2 copies) 
⦁ CAPF 163: Permission for Provision of Minor Cadet OTC Medication 
⦁ FLM SQTR Training Worksheet 

Items to bring: 
⦁ Sack Lunch and some snacks 
⦁ Water- Camel Back preferred or canteen 
⦁ Sunglasses and/or safety glasses 
⦁ Ear plugs (recommended) 
⦁ Sunscreen, minimum PF30 
⦁ Warm coat and/or rain gear, if cold weather • Pen and paper to take notes. 

Class Materials: 
Print off the course material from the website. Bring pens or pencils. 
Bring your SQTR Training Worksheet. 
REMINDER: your Squadron Commander will ALWAYS need to approve your request for FLM training. 

⦁ Get Commander’s Approval on your SQTR enter the date 
⦁ General Emergency Services (101 Card) Follow the chain of command for getting information on how to complete GES. You must have earned your Curry Achievement to get GES status. DO NOT WAIT until the last minute to do this. If you do not have your GES, you will not be allowed to participate. Here are the required on-line exams for earning GES, located in “E-Services On-Line Exams” 
⦁ CAPT 116 pt 1 (General ES) 

Other Flight Line Marshalling Requirements to do on your own: 
1. Basic Communications Class (ICUT) (includes Emergency Services Communication portion) 2. First Aid 
⦁ ORM Basic (Operational Risk Management) 
⦁ ORM Intermediate (For Cadet Staff and Seniors) 
⦁ FEMA Courses IS-100 & IS-700 
⦁ CAPT 117 pt 2 (Emergency Services) 
⦁ Aircraft Handling Video 
⦁ Basic Safety On-line Course in e-services 
⦁ Current Safety Briefing with your squadron 
⦁ Introductory Communications User Training in e-services 

 Check out the SQTR on Emergency Services in 
E-Services for list of tasks. You need 2 Practical 
exercises to become fully FLM qualified

I look forward to seeing you all at the fly-in! 

Contact Information: 
Major Marc Konertz, Project Officer 

 New Announcement 
Arlington Fly-In Registration has been Extended until this Wednesday Morning
20 JUN 18

Arlington Fly-In 2018 registration is open! AFI is a hands-on activity, including opportunities to gain experience in Emergency Services and Operations functions such as flight line marshalling, base operations, communications, logistics, recruiting and DFAC. Meet fly-in attendees and pilots from all over the globe as we carry out the public service mission of Civil Air Patrol.

It's a lot of hard work, but it's rewarding and one of the most enjoyable activities available in Washington Wing. With three days of preparation and three days of airshow work, there's plenty of chances to learn, serve and connect with members from across the state. 

Registration does have limited slots so register today!

Registration is extended until Wednesday morning,
 20 June 2018. 
 This is your last chance to sign up and get your forms signed by your unit's CC or DCC at next week's meeting (most units meet on Tuesday evenings, it seems).

Registration Link + Information:  


CADETS: $145 (includes meals, t-shirt and yearbook).

SENIORS: $80 for the week or $20 per day.

Location: Camp Miller, Arlington Municipal Airport

Dates: 3-8 July 2018

Op Orders with final details, packing list, etc will be sent out to registrants one week prior to the activity. 

O-Rides will also be available during the activity for eligible 
cadets. Be sure to indicate whether or not you need an o-ride
 on the registration form.

Prerequisites: C/Amn or above (Cadets), Level 1 (Seniors) AND GES-qualified (Ask your squadron for assistance in completing 
this test)

If you have any questions, you may contact:
Maj Thomas Wittenberg at or 
C/Maj Evelyn Fujinaka at:
As Cadets of Washington Wing; Did you know that you are eligible for a scholarship through the Cadet Character and Leadership Foundation (CCLF)?

  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

Emergency Services: 

Upcoming I-300 and I-400 Classes

Pierce County Department of Emergency Management
2501 S. 35th St. Suite D, Tacoma, WA 98409 
Ph: (253) 798-6595, Fx: (253) 798-3307 
July 17-18, 2018
October 16-17, 2018
August 14-15, 2018
November 13-14, 2018
June 19 – 20 Lynnwood FEMA region X
July 24 – 25 Lynnwood FEMA region X

Skagit County Department of Emergency Management 
2911 E. College Way, Ste. B
Mount Vernon, WA 98273 
October 2 -3, 2018 
6/20/2018 6/21/2018 
Washington state ferries
8/29/2018 to 8/30/2018 
Washington DOT HQ 
10/1/2018 to 10/2/2018 NRTC Vancouver, WA 
11/27/2018 to 11/28/2018 NRTC Vancouver, WA 

Additional ES course opportunities for training 
(Kelso, WA):
ICS-300 --- SEP 25-27 --- Cowlitz EOC (
ICS-400 --- OCT 17-18 --- Cowlitz EOC (
G-191 (ICS/IMT-EOC Interface) --- NOV 15 Cowlitz EOC (

The current SAREX dates, ICP locations, hosts and focus are as follows:

9-10 June with ICP at Yakima for the WLE / GTE - focus on evaluations

During the GTE we are hoping to have Staging Areas in the northwest (probably Bellingham), in the southwest (probably Vancouver) and in the east (probably Spokane). This provides for the closest assest approach to dispatching. The RON funds are very low. Gas funds are under discussion.

POC for all SAREXs is Maj Hal Hack, 360.690.5765, 
Information also provided by: Maj Brett Knapp

These courses are required for Command and General staff qualifications.

The wing is in need of additional members in all of these qualifications. If interested, please take the courses and let me 
know which qualifications that you are interested in pursuing.

Command staff are the Mission Safety Officer -MSO, Public Information Officer -PIO, Mission Chaplain -MC and Liaison Officer -LO.

General staff are the Finance/ Admin Section Chief FASC, 
Logistics SC -LSC, Operations SC -OSC and Planning SC -PSC 

If you are interested in how the Incident Command System (ICS) 
really works, these are the courses for you.

Glider Operations

Below you will find links for Chehalis and Skagit Bayview
Only Senior Members can allocate slots. 
All personnel including Cadets need to complete the SSF/CAP Wing Runner Course and the CAP Aircraft Ground Handing Course. 

This will be a fantastic year for Glider Operations and we look forward to your participation. 

Please read all instructions carefully, so not to cause undue cancellations or disappointments.

Chehalis Airport:

Thank you for your patients and we have some soaring to do!

Leading Forward,
Capt Marshall Woodford, CAP
WA Wing Gider Operations
Assistant Manager
(C) 360.620.9954

The Rocky Mountain Region is Hosting an 
Honor Guard Academy 
at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs

When: 24-30 June 2018. 

WHO: Any cadets who have completed an encampment (cadets from outside of PCR or RMR will need their wing/CC’s approval) WHEN: Sun 24 Jun – Sat 30 Jun 2018 

WHERE: United States Air Force Academy Colorado Springs, CO 

WHY… ¨ Learn official Air Force rifle drill, including spins, tosses, and silent drill! No experience needed! ¨ Brush up on flag protocol, wreath-layings, dining-ins, and other formal ceremonies ¨ Equip yourself to start up an Honor Guard in your own squadrons and wings ¨ Better prepare yourself to compete in your wing/region’s Cadet Competition ¨ Find out how to wear that sharp Honor Guard uniform described in CAPM 39-1! 

HOW MUCH: $200 for tuition (and $125* if you need a full set of gear for the Honor Guard uniform) *if you already have already own parts of the gear, this cost will be reduced accordingly 

HOW TO APPLY: Email to reserve your spot and receive application instructions Do this now – don’t wait! There are only slots for 30 students

STAFF: Cadets with HGA experience or SMs who want to serve on staff may apply by emailing the same address above. Tuition waiver may be available.

For the full information, please review the attached flyer which can also be found on the wing cadet programs page.


 New Announcement 
Cadet Officer School Academy

Cadet Officer School in Maxwell, AL is still looking for 15 more cadet officers as soon as possible!

When: June 24, 2018 - July 6, 2018
Minimum Age: 16
Minimum Grade: C/2d Lt

Cost: $200.00 (Not including airfare)
Scholarships are available through the Cadet Character and Leadership Foundation which C/Col Phillips sent out info for 2 weeks ago.

This activity counts as the leadership requirement for C/Lt Col.

Please email me ( if you are interested.

SFO Zachary Lam, CAP
Washington Wing Assistant Director of Cadet Programs
Washington Wing Assistant Public Affairs Officer

Cascade Falcon XXII 
is Now Full!

Thank you for those who applied as students for Cascade Falcon XXIII. We received nearly 70 applications for the 
40 remaining slots. The next few days, we will be prioritizing applicants to fill those remaining slots and set our Waiting List. We hope to complete this process and announce it to the applicants no later than Wednesday. Once that has been completed, I will compile a list for each Squadron Commander of the participants from their unit.

Thank you for your support and enthusiasm. We have a great staff and now a great group of students! Thank you all for continuing to make Civil Air Patrol outstanding among youth leadership programs.

Cascade Falcon will be from 1-7 July at Camp Casey on Whidbey Island (1276 S Engle Rd, Coupeville, WA 98239). 

Cascade Falcon is the Basic Cadet Encampment for Washington Wing. 

Any questions can be directed to

Washington Wing Civil 
Air Patrol Course Announcement Corporate Learning Course

DATE: 14-15 July 2018

TIME: Saturday- 0800-1900, Sunday- 0800-1200

CHECK-IN: 0730

LOCATION: Moody Aviation
6719 E Rutter Ave #68
Spokane, WA 99212

PURPOSE: The objective of the Corporate Learning Course (CLC) is to develop a knowledgeable corporate citizen who can contribute effectively to CAP missions in a team environment. It will examine the wing/subordinate unit relationship, as well as our relationship to region and national organizations. Armed with this knowledge, officers will understand how they and their respective units can best support the wing and fulfill the corporate role of CAP.

PREREQUISITES: CAP officers taking part in CLC must have completed Squadron Leadership School (SLS), and the CAP Officer Basic Course. Completion of Level II is recommended.

COST: $10 to be paid at check-in. A light breakfast and refreshments will be provided. Student should be ready to pay for their own meals and overnight lodging, if needed.

REGISTRATION: To register, fill out the Online Registration Form. Please note that you should also have a CAPF 161 in your possession during this course. Upon completing the Registration Process, students will be notified of their acceptance to the course and the Pre-Course information will then be provided.

DETAILS: The uniform for the Course is AF Blues, Corporate Aviator Uniform, or Corporate Blue Polo Uniform. Pictures may be taken during the course.

Questions regarding the Course can be directed to Capt. Aimee Scharff at or (208) 704-9861, or to the Course Director, Capt. Janeen Graham, at or (509) 462-2948.

Capt Aimee Scharff, CAP
Spokane Composite Squadron
(C) 208.704.9861


Wing Flight Academy 2018 Desert Eagle XV

2018 Flight Academy Information

Staff: 16 July to 28 July
Students: 17 July to 28 July
Ground School Students: 28 July to 1 August

The Washington Wing Flight Academy is for Washington and 
Oregon Wing cadets only.  Pre-Solo Glider students will receive approximately 22 ground tow and 8 aero tow instructional flights.

Solo Glider Students will receive approximately 15 aero flights or 6 hours of flight time.

Powered students will receive approximately 10 hours of flight training.


All students must submit a refundable deposit at the time of registration of $200

The total cost for Pre-Solo (Basic) Glider Students is $1250

The total cost for Solo (Advanced) Glider Students is $1500

The total cost for Power Students is $1700

The cost for the add-on Ground School is $300

The cost for Cadet Staff Members is $150

We don’t want finances to hold anyone back, ask your Unit Commander for support. Many units have funds and funds policies to support members for training. Wing also has scholarship money donated by organizations and individuals.

Please Contact Lt Col Esso at:
for information to make a donation.


All required forms are due electronically to Major Talley are due 
by 1 May

The $200 deposit is due to Wing Headquarters by 1 May

Registration closes 1 May at 2359

The confirmation letter from the applicant signed by the applicant, parent and unit commander is due by 3 May

Student selection and notification 9 to 17 May

Final payments and scholarship funds due 13 June

Any applicant whose funds and forms have not been received by
the dates noted above will be placed in standby status.Scholarships may be available – check with your unit and Wing. 
Members who have a unit scholarship must submit a copy of a WAWG Check Request Form WWF31 signed by their Unit Commander made out to Flight Academy in the proper amount
The Unit Commander must also send an email to Major Talley the Project Officer ( detailing the approved scholarship amount and the Members the scholarships apply to. 
The approval email should also be cc’d to the WAWG Administrator (

Medical Issues, Medication:
Safety and health of Cadets are of paramount importance to us. Cadets who have medical concerns should note them on their Form CAPF160 and inform the Senior Staff upon check-in. We
need clear, prompt, honest communication from Cadets regarding injuries or conditions in order to keep them healthy and safe. Cadets should at no time attempt to “tough it out,” and will not be looked down on for their concerns or issues.

Under Washington State Law, it is illegal for any person other thana Parent or Legal guardian to administer medication, prescription
or not, to minors. Cadets with prescriptions should bring appropriate doses, carry them if needed, and self-administer appropriately. You must also submit a completed, signed CAPF163.

Training Information:
For the students, the flight and ground school training is intensive. The students will be in class or flying most of the day. There will be limited free time each day.

For the optional add-on Ground School, (strongly suggested for the advanced glider and power students) the students will receive classroom instruction to prepare them to take the FAA Private
Pilot written exam. The fee to take the exam is $150. This fee is added to your lodging and meals for a total cost of $300.

The Ground School is intense in preparation for the written examination. Free time will be very limited for the 4 days of ground school, but your efforts will pay off handsomely when you walk
away from the testing facility with the written portion of the Private Pilot test COMPLETE.

Glider and power aircraft students may be allowed
to make a single solo flight if they meet all of the training requirements and have demonstrated flying abilities and the glider students have a Student Pilots’ Certificate and the power students have an FAA Class 3 Medical and Student Pilots’ Certificate.

We have created a Facebook page for the Academy so parents and others may receive daily updates.

The Facebook page can be accessed at:

Michael Talley Major, CAP
Flight Academy Registrar/Project Officer

 New Announcement 
Mission Scanner School
Future WAWG aircrew –

A Mission Scanner school will be held July 14-15 (ground) and August 11-12 (flight)

 Registration is open through Saturday, July 7

 Full details - including contacts, prerequisites, student planning information, and registration -
While open to all Wing members who satisfy the prerequisites, this school has space limitations which will favor those trainees working toward actual SAR qualification through both CAP and WSDOT. (What?)
Registration requires a account. If you do not have one, see the webpage for instructions to create one.

If you are committed to a focused, high-expectations training environment, review the webpage and register to join us!

Maj John Haug & Lt Col Bill Gibbs
WAWG Operations Training Officers
Maj John Haug, CAP
Seattle Composite Squadron Operations Officer

  New Announcement 
The 2018 CAP National Conference Early Bird Registration has been Extended from June 18 
to June 25th thanks to 
Major General Mark Smith AND Chief Operating Officer, Mr. John Salvador!
There are still Marriott Rooms available for $139 per night!!

Team Washington Wing,

If you registered or are planning to register for the National Conference and you contacted the Marriott in Anaheim, they made a mistake on the room block and might have told you it was full. If this happened to you and you booked a room somewhere else, I wanted to let you know the Marriott corrected the error and there are still plenty of rooms available at their negotiated rate of $139 per night. 

Here's a link for reservations:

I tested the link and it takes you to a booking page that will get you the discounted rate. Happy booking....
Col Shelly J Norman, CAP
Washington Wing Commander
(C) 360.520.4795

Lots of great things happening at this year’s conference, so you don’t want to miss it! Check out the conference main page for details. 

Come celebrate CAP’s 70th Anniversary as the United States Air Force Auxiliary! Capping our celebration will be the banquet keynote address by the 24th Secretary of the Air Force, the Honorable Heather Wilson. Secretary Wilson’s ties to CAP run deep as her grandfather was Wing Commander of the New Hampshire Wing during CAP’s formative years.

Early-bird conference registration is open until midnight, 25 June for the discounted rates of $199.00 for the 
early-bird “All Access Bundle” (includes conference 
registration, admission to the Opening Reception and 
Commander’s Call to Prayer, and one banquet ticket). 
$110.00 for early-bird conference registration
$75.00 for early-bird banquet tickets
$10 for admission to the opening reception
$5.00 to the Commander’s Call to Prayer (beverages served) 

All members registering for the conference before June 18th will also have a chance to win one of several prizes including Visa gift cards and one of 4 complimentary conference registrations! Register now!

Don’t miss the outstanding professional development opportunity of participating in some of the 68 scheduled learning labs.

Want to learn more about Operations, Emergency Services, Communications, Aerospace Education and STEM, Public Affairs, Cadet Programs, Commander Development and more? Arrive early and take advantage of over a dozen pre-conference courses highlighting your interests. 1 day preconference courses cost as little as $20. Click here for more info.

Reserve your accommodations now at the Anaheim Marriott for the special rate of $139/night. Located adjacent to Disneyland and 
within walking distance to many restaurants of all price ranges such as IHOP, Denny’s, Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles, Bubba Gump Shrimp Company, the Cheesecake Factory, House of Blues, Ruth’s Chris and Morton’s Steakhouses, you’re sure to find something delicious to suit your whim and price range.

We look forward to seeing you in Anaheim!
CAP National Staff

Need some TLC? Training Leaders of Cadets Basic and Intermediate Courses in Bellingham in July

Training Leaders of Cadets (TLC) Basic Course - July 21st 2018

Do you work with cadets? Do you want to become more effective at mentoring them and managing squadron level cadet programs? 
 Then register for the Training Leaders of Cadets Basic being hosted 
by the Northwest Group and the Bellingham Composite Squadron. Some of the topics covered during the newly revised course include:

• Putting excitement into squadron meetings  • Getting cadets off to 
a great start • Developing partnerships with parents • Mentoring cadets to develop their potential • Providing each cadet with a
 tailor-made challenge


· Eligibility: Senior Members who have completed Level I. NO CADETS.
· Senior members enrolled in the cadet programs specialty track preferred

· Dates & Times
0745 (Class starts promptly at 0800)-1630 21 July 2018
· Location: Former National Guard Armory 3926 Williamson Way Bellingham, WA 98226
· Uniform: USAF style blues, CAP Distinctive: aviator shirt or CAP polo w/ gray trousers/slacks. 
No BDU’s, Flight suits or utility uniforms. 
· Fee: FREE! Bring a Sack Lunch!
· Lodging: There is no lodging on site. However, several hotels are in the area. Please see the contact information below if you have any questions.

Register here :

14 July 2018, course is limited to 20 students

Before attending, please invest about 45 minutes by completing the online modules in eServices > Online Learning > Training Leaders of Cadets Basic Course

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at:
Tim Kelley, Lt Col, CAP 
Director, 2018 NW Group TLC Course

Training Leaders of Cadets (TLC) Intermediate Course
22 JUL 18

Do you work with cadets? Do you want to become more effective at mentoring them and managing squadron level cadet programs? Are you a squadron commander or Deputy Commander for Cadets? Want to build on what youleaned in the TLC Basic Course? Then register for the Training Leaders of Cadets Intermediate being hosted by the Northwest Group and the Bellingham Composite Squadron. Some of the topics covered during the newly revised course include: 

• Understanding the millennial generation
• Supporting special needs cadets
• Helping cadets develop habits of self-criticism and self-development
• Employing constructive discipline
• Getting the most from wing and national-level activities


· Eligibility: Senior Members who have completed Level I. NO CADETS.

· Squadron Commander, Deputy Commander for Cadets and Senior members enrolled in the cadet programs specialty track and graduates of the TLC Basic Course preferred

· Dates & Times: 0745 (Class starts promptly at 0800)-1630 22 July 2018

· Location: Former National Guard Armory 3926 Williamson Way Bellingham WA 98226

· Uniform: USAF style blues, CAP Distinctive: aviator shirt or CAP polo with gray trousers/slacks. No BDU’s Flight suits or utility uniforms.

· Fee: FREE! Bring a Sack Lunch!

· Lodging: There is no lodging on site. However, several hotels are 
in the area. Please see the contact information below if you have any questions.

Register here:

14 July 2018, course is limited to 20 students

Bring your questions!

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at: 
Tim Kelley, Lt Col, CAP
Director, 2018 NW Group TLC Course

 New Announcement 
Project Appleseed
South Sound Composite Squadron is proud to announce Project Appleseed 3-5 August, 2018

Project Appleseed is a nationwide program that teaches firearm safety and Revolutionary War history. Students will alternate between the firing range and history seminars. While the program is open to anyone, our activity will limit students to cadets only. Project Appleseed will be providing the program and Evergreen Sportsmen's Club (near Little Rock, WA) will be providing the range. All we have to do is show up. This event involves the NRA Marksmanship Program that is also done at Basic Marksmanship Encampment (BME) with Lewis County Composite Squadron. Anyone wishing to continue progress made at BME (or on their own) should bring their scoring records.

There is room for up to 20 students. We are looking for staff to 
assist with Food Services and any camp logistics - cadets are welcome as staff as well.

We are also requesting assistance from any available senior members for the general weekend, kitchen staff, and to help 
with scoring targets. Scoring help is needed beginning about 
1pm Sunday, we will provide a short training session, and then it 
will get very busy very quickly. Parents can help as well since 
scoring is a Project Appleseed function. As we need a 
head-count for this too, please register. Under "Registering as," please choose "Scoring Help." There will be no charge for scoring help.

Staff will not have the opportunity to shoot, thus the reduced price.

The fee for students (including camping, food, and ammunition) 
is $100. Staff expenses are only $40. If you plan to shoot, you are
 a student. Cadet Commander will be selected from student cadets.

NOTE: Cots are not available, so please bring one. The ground may not be suitable for a sleeping pad. Have questions? 

Washington Wing Robotics Academy 2018

Attention: Washington Wing cadets and senior officers –

Washington Wing, in partnership with Lewis County Squadron and Centralia College is proud to offer the first WA Wing Robotics Academy this upcoming August 6-9 (Monday through Thursday) in Centralia, WA.

This event will provide you with a full range of exposure to electronics, robotics and automation skills and concepts in use throughout industry and in personal use by hobbyists and ‘makers’ of all kinds.

This short list provides just a sample of the courses and skills at the academy:

Basic electronic prototyping and soldering

Microcontroller programming with sensors and motors

3D modeling and 3D printing

Basic machine shop tools (milling machine and lathe)

Programmable Logic Control (PLC) ladder logic

AC and DC motors and controls circuits

Mechanical power transmission and machines

 Industrial 6-axis robot programming

This activity is limited to the first 24 cadet applicants who meet the restrictions. Cadet applicants must have a minimum grade of C/MSgt and must be at least 15 years of age by the first day of the academy. Restrictions are due to safety requirements in place by the staff of the college.

The cost for this activity is $175 – one of the benefits of this academy is what you take home, including a micro controller kit loaded with sensors, a huge variety of electronic components for projects, 3D printed items, circuit boards that you build and assemble, and more!

To apply, please submit the following documents to the registration link which is provided below:
Completed CAPF 31 with appropriate signaturesCAP Forms 161 and 163
A letter of interest explaining what you hope to learn from the activity, and how you hope to use these skills to benefit the rest of your squadron

Available cadet staff positions: Cadet Commander and 2 Flight Commanders.

Seniors, help is also needed for support positions during this 
activity. If you are interested in assisting during one or more days
 of the event, help is needed in the following areas:

Public Affairs (photography and social media posting)

Transportation and logistics support

Chaperones to assist with driving and general support

Instructors – if you have skills or interests in any of the above 
listed areas, we would love to integrate you into this exciting 

All seniors will be able to participate in the classroom activities as much as they wish.

The application deadline is June 30th 2018, so please 
complete your forms and apply soon using the RegFox registration link, the slots will fill quickly. We would love to see you at the WA Wing Robotics Academy!


Maj David Peterson
Admin/IT Support, Lewis County Squadron
Associate Professor, Centralia College

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

Check out just a few of the other changes we've made:
Updated the Wing Staff List
A published list of updated department distribution lists
Reorganized the Operations section and added a "How to get 
your 101 tutorial"
Added a Members button on the top to better organize the tools you use frequently

Vanguard CAP Uniform Page

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

Please visit the following:

Please let me know if you experience any difficulties with this custom web page.
2d Lt Kristina Montgomery