Announcements

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 SQUADRON MEETING 
 ANNOUNCEMENT 
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Our next Arlington Composite Squadron Meeting will be: Thursday, 25 JUL 2019

The UOD for this week will be ABUs/BDUs
The meeting will consist of Element Leader Time, Aerospace Education, Leadership Class 
and PRBs/Drill Tests.

Any questions regarding our next meeting, please contact:

Jane Fujinaka, C/2d Lt, CAP
Arlington Composite Squadron
Cadet Deputy Commander 
(C) 425-977-9973

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 SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION 
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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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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
Cadet Character & Leadership Foundation (CCLF) Scholarship Information
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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)? 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 ofthe 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:

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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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
Project Appleseed 2019
2-4 AUG 2019 
Registration is Open
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Did you know that marksmen who are very good can earn a NCAA Sports Scholarship to a university with a competitive marksmanship team? From there, some university students 
earn a slot to go to the Olympics. At the 2016 Olympic Summer Games, a young woman from a Virginia university won the first Gold Medal for the USA in the shooting sports? Ironically, that event happened on the same weekend that our first Project Appleseed event for CAP was being held.

The long awaited Project Appleseed registration is open now. We have three marksmanship programs in WA Wing and are overjoyed so many cadets want to come every year. You do not have to have any experience with the shooting sports, and our hope is to give everyone a chance to come to at least one marksmanship program of any kind.

Our goal is to have as many cadets as possible experience the Revolutionary War oral history that is unique to Project Appleseed. History that is in context and perspective you will not likely get anywhere else. This is a key objective of Appleseed, as well as the safety education and chance to earn 
a medal.

If you attended another marksmanship activity, bring a copy of your latest score sheet or certificate from that marksmanship event. (Do not bring originals or targets.)

We expect to fill quickly and will send confirmation of your acceptance as soon as we fill. Any overflow of cadets will be 
put on a wait list. Cadets sometimes have to cancel, so if you are on the wait list, do not automatically assume you will not 
get to come.

We apologize that we will conflict with the GSAR Academy, 
but if you get a slot to Appleseed and are also going to 
Cyber Camp, please contact me at my email: 
bethany.cox@wawg.cap.gov

To see details, required reading, and to register, go to:

Maj Bethany Cox, CAP
South Sound Composite Squadron
Professional Development Officer
(C) 360-918-1238

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 VOLUNTEER GRANTS & GIFT   MATCHING PROGRAMS 
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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 visit the national website and enter your employer information.

Check out program information for Bank of America, Boeing, and Microsoft on the Washington Wing webpage, and make sure to talk 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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 LEARNING LABS AND
 STAFF MEETINGS 
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 Upcoming Learning Lab events! 

24 Jul Maj Gen Smith's Leadership Watch Party 4 
We're going to watch two videos that every volunteer should see: "Everyone makes a difference," and "We can learn something from everyone we meet."
31 Jul Topic Not Determined (Need a guest host)
7 Aug Topic Not Determined 
...but may include an update from National Conference in Baltimore
14 Aug Topic Not Determined...

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT (ICYMI) 

 You can review a copy of the slides here.

ALL MEMBERS are welcome and encouraged to participate 
in our Learning Labs and Wednesday/Saturday meetings. 
The more we coordinate, the better! See etiquette .

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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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
ICS-300 Course
24-26 SEP 2019 in Sammamish
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There is an ICS-300 course is coming up in King County that is open to "staff from cities, tribes, counties, state, and federal agencies, special purpose districts, and their private and non-profit partners." To learn more and to register, please visit the links below.

Sammamish (24 - 26 September)

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
Two ICS-400 Courses
12-13 AUG 2019 in Renton
30 SEP - 1 OCT 2019 in Sammamish
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Two ICS-400 courses are coming up in King County that are open to "staff from cities, tribes, counties, state, and federal agencies, special purpose districts, and their private and non-profit partners." To learn more and to register, please visit the links below.

Renton (12 - 13 August)

Sammamish (30 September - 1 October)

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 NEW ANNOUNCEMENT 
Arlington Fly-In (AFI) 
Registration is Open
15-18 AUG 2019
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A few highlights for this year's event:
We will be working a shorter show (the show dates are August 16 and 17, so we will have our first full day on the 15th), and we will not be staying on site overnight. Instead, we will be billeting in the Reserve building in Arlington (home to the Arlington Squadron). It is secure, air-conditioned, and has LOTS of showers and bunk areas.
Billeting is available for all who attend, but is not mandatory, so long as attendees report on time each day and work the full schedule. 
Please follow this link to register, and contact me with any questions or concerns. We are looking forward to a fun and safe show this year!


Lt Col Russell Garlow, CAP
(C) 425-876-5594

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
Arlington Fly-In (AFI) 
Staff Application Deadline is:
22 JUL 2019
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It's my pleasure to announce that staff applications are still open for Arlington Fly-In 2019 (dates 15-18 August 2019). Please read the attached document which has descriptions and minimum grades of all available positions. 
Participating on staff at the Arlington Fly-In is a great opportunity to gain leadership skills, serve your community, and receive hands-on operational experience. 

The deadline to apply for staff is 22 July 2019 at 2359. In order to apply, please send a 1/2-1 page cover letter that outlines what position(s) you're applying for and how you plan to serve AFI, as well as a maximum 1 page resume detailing any relevant experience. Early applications are looked upon favorably by the selection committee, so do your best to submit it as soon as possible!

Please send your applications to 1st Lt Cassidy Ratayczak at cassidy.ratayczak@wawg.cap.gov and C/Capt Tatyanna Sparks at tatyanna.sparks@wawg.cap.gov

Finally, registration has opened! Please register as soon as you are able, as there are limited spaces and it may 
fill up quickly.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact myself or C/Capt Sparks at the above addresses. Thank you all, and we look forward to receiving your applications!

Cordially, 

1st Lt Cassidy Ratayczak, CAP

AFI 2019 Commandant of Cadets

(C) 619.305.8674

Civil Air Patrol, U.S. Air Force Auxiliary

http://GoCivilAirPatrol.com

http://bellingham.wawg.cap.gov


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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
Arlington Fly-In (AFI) 2019
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As we intend to conduct a fun and above all SAFE event at the Arlington Fly-In, please keep these guidelines in mind:
Anticipate both sun and rain for this event, as we have seen both in years past. Adverse weather gear to match your uniform of choice is encouraged. Per the Ops Plan:

ABU / BDU uniforms are required for this event. Personnel manning a recruiting booth may wear the USAF or Corporate blues uniform. Note: Flight Line personnel will have additional requirements/safety gear, which will be communicated to participants in the Op Orders. For this event, the use of “boonie hats” which match the ABU/BDU uniform in use, are authorized for sun protection.And as with any outdoor event, please bring your sunblock! 

More to come as we draw closer to show time.

Lt Col Russell Garlow, CAP
(C) 425-876-5594

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
WAWG AFA CyberCamp Summer Session has been Cancelled
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CyberCamp I is cancelled for this summer. Every one who had registered will be reimbursed shortly.

Important dates for future CyberSecurity opportunities:

WAMA - 13 - 15 September 2019 - CyberSecurity and AFA CyberPatriot Competition XII
CyberPatriot - 2 October 2019 - deadline to register a competition team with AFA CyberPatriot 

CyberCamp - Summer 2020 - a WAWG AFA CyberCamp will be organized for the end of July, and for similar prices as this year (Full-time Student Cadets $310, Off-site Student Cadets $130, Staff Cadets & SM $170). Note that we might need to make some price adjustments depending on the hotel quotes of summer 2020. Camp will be opened to cadets and senior members interested in learning about cybersecurity and/or to start or join a team in their units. So plan your budget and your schedule in advance to be able to attend.
I would like to thank everyone who helped organizing this camp and/or who volunteered to come and help, and especially to those who registered to our first attempt to doing a cybercamp in Washington.
I apologize for the inconveniences that this cancellation might cause you,and I look forward to working with you in the near future.

Best regards,

Dr. Sylvie Giral Kacmarcik, Major, CAP
Washington Wing - Director of Aerospace Education
Washington All Mission Academy - Aerospace Education Officer
Washington Wing CyberCamp Director 
(C) 206.356.8500

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 NEW ANNOUNCEMENT 
ALL WAWG PILOTS & SCANNERS
Mission Observer Ground School
24 & 25 AUG 2019
Registration opens 01 AUG 2019
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 All WAWG PILOTS & SCANNERS 
24 & 25 August, 2019

What – Mission Observer Ground School

Who Should Attend – Any Current Mission Scanner Interested 
In Moving to The Right Front Seat and Mission
Observers interested in Refreshing Their MO Skills

Location – To Be Announced (probably WAWG HQ at JBLM)

Uniform – Any CAP Uniform (except Flight Suits)

Prerequisites – Mission Scanner

Contact – Lt Col Bill Gibbs, CAP

william.gibbs@wawg.cap.gov

Cell 425-643-0176

Registration – Registration will open August 1, 2019

Pat Courtney
Lt Col Patrick A Courtney, CAP
WAWG Director of Operations
patcourtney41@outlook.com
425-785-9836

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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 soon 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 
Lt Col Sayler if interested. She has the 
training guide, a facility and can schedule the Granite Falls Library for part of Saturday for WMIRS familiarization!

Interested parties please contact: 
Lt Col Teresia Sayler, CAP
NW Group Emergency Services Officer
teresia.sayler@wawg.cap.gov
(C) 360.951.4030

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT  
Vanguard CAP Uniform Page
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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 
Ground Search and Rescue Academy
28 JUL - 4 AUG 2019
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We're excited to announce that we have three Expert Rangers from Pennsylvania Wing's Hawk Mountain Ranger School 
lined up for you! 

Lt Col Laurie Watson #137
Green River Composite Squadron, Washington Wing

Maj Bryan Watson #118
 Green River Composite Squadron, Washington Wing

Maj Jason Tartalone #224 
Group 5, Pennsylvania Wing 
Expert Rangers Maj Jason Tartalone (#224), Maj Bryan Watson (#118), Lt Col Laurie Watson (#137), and 1st Lt Stephen Rice (#259) capturing their trek to the Mount Everest Base Camp! 

Read the full high-resolution article here.

IT'S NOT TOO EARLY TO PACK...

Make sure to check the Packing List early and often to ensure your gear is ready for GSAR Academy!

♦ Those failing the pack check will be sent home, with no 
refund of tuition! This is extremely important! No excuses!

Questions? 
Contact your squadron Emergency Services Officer to ask for advice!

ORWG:  Columbia Composite Squadron 
WAWG: ♦ Arlington ♦ Bellingham ♦ Green River ♦ McChord
♦ Northshore ♦ Overlake ♦ Renton ♦ Skagit ♦ Spokane

MORE Visit the GSAR Academy Website


NOTE: Registration is closed for this event

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
AKWG's Summer Encampment
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

I am excited to announce C/Maj Marco Desimone from Overlake Composite Squadron, Washington Wing, as the Cadet Commander for the Joint Oregon-Alaska Wing Winter Raptor IV Encampment.

C/Maj Desimone has attended 7 encampments, 5 of which were winter encampments in Oregon and Alaska and has a wealth of knowledge and experience that will help him excel as the C/CC of WRIV. He has served as executive cadre at encampment twice this year already and will make WRIV a highly successful encampment.

The rest of the executive cadre should be selected by 20 Jul.
Regards,

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

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
CAP National Conference
8-10 AUG 2019
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CAP National Conference
Baltimore, Maryland
August 8-10, 2019


Online Conference Registration has ended. 
Please plan to register onsite.

Download your pocket schedule here

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
Registration Deadline Extended for
the Mountain Flying Clinic 2019
(Combined ORWG & WAWG)
7 & 8 SEP 2019
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Attention all Mission Pilots, Mission Observers and Mission Scanners the Registration to attend the September 7th and 8th 
2 day Ground School has been extended to August 1st. The Mountain Flying Ground School is a great opportunity to learn more about the environment the WAWG aircrews encounter when responding to emergencies and during training.

Looking forward to learning with you and improving my understanding of the environment we fly,

Pat Courtney
Lt Col Patrick Courtney, CAP
WAWG Director of Operations
(C) 425.785.9836

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT 
Mountain Flying Clinic 2019
(Combined ORWG & WAWG)
7 & 8 SEP 2019
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WHAT: GROUND SCHOOL TRAINING PROVIDED BY WSDOT/AVIATION

WHEN: 
SEPTEMBER 7 & 8

WHERE: 
Washington State DOT Southwest Region HQ’s Building
11018 NE 51st Circle, Vancouver, WA 98682-6686

Google Maps linkhttps://goo.gl/maps/ZUmcgTirfez

 PLEASE RSVP BY 1 JULY TO: 
George Kinsey shaggygk@comcast.net

NOTE:
  MORE DETAILED INFORMATION TO FOLLOW…RIGHT NOW WE NEED TO ADVISE WSDOT HOW MANY WILL 
BE IN ATTENDANCE……THIS IS OPEN TO ALL AIRCREW 
MEMBERS, SUBJECT TO ROOM CAPACITY (Priority will be given to Current Mission Pilots)

CIVIL AIR PATROL
Lt Col George Kinsey, CAP
Ft Vancouver Composite Squadron
Vancouver, WA
(C) 360-213-9438

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 NEW ANNOUNCEMENT 
TLC Basic Class
Vancouver, WA 28 SEP 2019
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TLC Basic Class in Vancouver, WA

Where: Keller Williams Premier Partners Building, 2
211 E. Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver WA

When: 28 September 2019 (0900-1730)

Who: NHQ recommends Basic TLC for all Senior Members, 
with preference given to those enrolled in the CP specialty 
track
Cost: $5 - Please have ready when arriving at the course
Deadline to Register: 14 September 2019 at 2000

Directing the course is:
FVCS Deputy Commander Maj Sid Wiggs
Instructors include:
Col Dave Maxwell, Lt Col Tim Kelly, Lt Col Kathy Maxwell and 
1st Lt Matthew Fescenmeyer

Respectfully,

Major Sid Wiggs, 
CAP Southwest Group Cadet Programs Officer 
Ft Vancouver Composite Squadron Deputy Commander 
(C) 503.319.8969

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 NEW ANNOUNCEMENT 
TLC Intermediate Class in Vancouver, WA  28 SEP 2019
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TLC Intermediate Class in Vancouver, WA

The SW Group and Fort Vancouver will be hosting a Training Leaders of Cadets Course (TLC). Remember that all units are required to have two members who have completed TLC. In addition, TLC credit only counts within the past 48 months.

Where: Keller Williams Premier Partners Building, 
2211 E. Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver WA

When: Sunday, 29 September 2019 (0900-1730)

Who: NHQ recommends Intermediate TLC for Deputy Commanders for Cadets and other senior members who frequently work with cadets

Cost: $5 - Please have ready when arriving at the course
Deadline to Register: 14 September 2019 at 2000

Directing the course is:  
FVCS Deputy Commander Maj Sid Wiggs

Instructors include:
Col Dave Maxwell, Lt Col Tim Kelly, Lt Col Kathy Maxwell and 
1st Lt Matthew Fescenmeyer

Major Sid Wigg
 CAP Southwest Group Cadet Programs Officer
Ft Vancouver Composite Squadron Deputy Commander 
(C) 503.319.8969
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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT  
PRC/ORWG Conference in Portland
5-6 OCT 2019
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Last Wednesday on the staff conference call I mentioned the joint PCR/ORWG Conference in Oct in Portland. The dates 
are 5 & 6 Oct. There will be pre-conference sessions 
3 & 4 Oct, which are still being developed, but may 
include - Senior IG Course, AE events, possibly TLC.

To see the details as they stand and see registration & hotel information and pricing, go to 

Looks like Gen Smith will be the guest of hon
or, so hope to see you there. 

Col Shelly J Norman, CAP
Washington Wing Commander
(C) 360.520.4795
(H) 360.785.4550

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 REMINDER ANNOUNCEMENT  
Winter Raptor IV (WRIV) Encampment
Pre-Encampment Dates: 26 Dec 19 - 27 Dec 19
Encampment Dates: 28 Dec 19 - 4 Jan 20
Location: Camp Rilea, Warrenton, OR
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Applications for Cadet Commander, Cadet Deputy Commander, and Cadet Plans and Curriculum Officer will close 30 June 2019.

Applications for Cadet Squadron Commanders, Advance Training Squadron Commander, and Cadet Mission Support Flight Commander will close 15 July 2019.

Applications for the below positions will close 31 July 2019.
Cadet First Sergeant
Cadet Flight Commander
Cadet ATF Commander
Cadet Flight Sergeant
Cadet Public Affairs
Cadet Logistics
Cadet Mission Staff Assistant

Cadet DFAC (DFAC will have no charge for encampment)

Step 1: Fill out this Cadre Application Form

Step 2: Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to zachary.lam@wawg.cap.gov

Please send files in .doc, .docx, or .pdf format


Your cover letter should address what positions you are applying for, why you want those positions, and why you should be chosen for those positions at Winter Raptor. Do not apply for a position you would not be interested in doing. However, if you do not apply for three positions, there is less of a chance of receiving a cadre position. The earlier you apply, the more favorably your application will look.

Cadet Commander - Cadet Deputy Commander - Cadet Plans & Curriculum - Mission Support Flight Commander - Mission Staff Assistant - Mission Staff Assistant - Mission Staff Assistant - Logistics OIC - Logistics - Logistics - Public Affairs OIC -
Public Affairs - Public Affairs - Squadron 9 Commander - Squadron 9 First Sergeant - A Flight Commander - A Flight Sergeant - B Flight Commander - B Flight Sergeant - Squadron 10 Commander - Squadron 10 First Sergeant - C Flight Commander - C Flight Sergeant - D Flight Commander - D Flight Sergeant - Squadron 11 Commander - Squadron 11 First Sergeant - E Flight Commander - E Flight Sergeant - F Flight Commander - F Flight Sergeant - Squadron 12 Commander - Squadron 12 First Sergeant - G Flight Commander - G Flight Sergeant - H Flight Commander - H Flight Sergeant - ATS Commander - ATS Leader

Pre-Encampment Dates: 26 Dec 19 - 27 Dec 19
Encampment Dates: 28 Dec 19 - 4 Jan 20
Location: Camp Rilea, Warrenton, OR
Website for more information

Let me know if you have any questions.

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


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