Transcript: Cadet programs Model Rocketry. Flight academics Building planes? How stuff works? Marshiling. And just more learning. O-flights Gliders U.S Air force Auxillary Civil Air Patrol
Transcript: Statics 52 Wings 8 Regions 1 National Command National Cadet Count: 23,847 National Senior Count: 34,074 Core Values https://www.capnhq.gov/preview/ http://www.coloradowingcap.org/ColoradoWingCAP/CAPMissions/tabid/196/Default.aspx "The Senior Trainer" newsletter, Vol. 4.2, April 2000. Used with permission www.google.com Battle Dress Uniform Air Force Blues Flight Suit Integrity Cessna 172 & 182 GA- 8 Airvan Citations Respect Excellence Cadet Progarms Aerospace Education Emgerecny Serivces Michael Malone Aircraft Civil Air Patrol Voulnteer Service Unifroms 3 Main Missions
Transcript: Aerospace is all about airplanes, the sky, rockets and etc. We build rockets like boy scouts but we build expensive ones. We also look at airplanes and how they work. What is Civil Air Patrol? Civil Air Patrol is an Air Force Auxiliary program for kids ages 12-21. CAP does Search and rescue missions,Aerospace,DDR, and more. ELT O' Flights are when you go up in an air plane with a senior member they teach you how to fly and also let you fly. CAP gives people learning experience in Aerospace Education it also teaches people how to fly. If you are in CAP and join the air force you'll start as an E3, which is higher then if you just joined the USAF drill is military movements in formation with other members History of CAP Any Questions? O' Flights ELT Stands for Electronic Locating Transmitter Search and Rescue is something big in CAP it is when an airplane/helicopter crashes and something called an ELT goes off we go and look for it. It takes training and i have my ground team 3. Civil Air Patrol Drill Search and Rescue Aerospace Civil air patrol was formed in the late 30s and was formed by pilots and volunteers who appreciated aviation we sunk Submarines and we also saved downed pilots. Every state has at least one CAP Squadron What are the Benefits of CAP?
Transcript: Show how things would improve Pro I Enjoy planes alot of great opportunities Conclusion Not only do i like riding air planes i love flying them too. I have flown 2 different air crafts through this program and its a wonderful feeling becuase its like driving a car with no one in the way at 5-10k feet in the air. How can you join Con Civil Air Patrol Describe the next steps Describe the desired state Get your audience excited Idea 2 Pro This organization is designed for youth that want to proceed into the armed forces. Teach you proper etiquette Survival skills And more Pro Con Con love flying Is there a fee Refer back to the pros and cons Idea 1 USAFA - United States Air Force Academy Aviation pilots aeronautical engineers just another way to give back to the community to help the up coming pilots How problems can be resolved Pro Describe the idea you think is best Civil Air Patrol (CAP) In the late 1930s, more than 150,000 volunteers with a love for aviation argued for an organization to put their planes and flying skills to use in defense of their country. 7600 Pleasant Hill Rd. Olive Branch, MS 38654. What if we do nothing? Cadet dues are $26 Seniors are $64 and that rather you are a Youth member, Active adult, or educator member. what does this organization do? Explain how it will help Civil Air Patrol There are Three ways to join Youth member active adult member educator member I Enjoy riding planes because it's no other feeling to be in mid air over top the clouds or even looking at the world. Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures With this organization it opens a lot of things like: Discounts Appreciation Ranking And more Con
Transcript: Almost 27,000 members from ages 12 - 21 Cadets who have earned the Gen. Billy Mitchell Award enlist in the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army and U.S. Coast Guard at a higher pay grade. Provides activities and competition for cadets at local, state, regional and national levels. Offers orientation flights in powered and glider aircraft, as well as flight training scholarships. Offers opportunities for members to serve communities, participate in leadership development training and acquire new skills that benefit personal and professional growth. 10% of the current USAFA Cadets got started in C.A.P. The three missions include: Cadet Programs, Emergency Services, and Aerospace Education Cadet Programs Builds up social, character, and leadership skills. It also prepares cadets for job interviews, and career skills needed in life. Encourages a drug-free environment. Provides Leadership training, with real world application Creates a learning environment that promotes safe habits, and encourages positive thinking. Promotes a healthy lifestyle through rigorous physical activity. Gives a chance for cadets to meet people from all over the U.S. and Puerto Rico Aerospace Education From model rocketry to the basics of flight, CAP cadets can experience it all. Robotics Remote Controlled Aircraft Astronomy Careers in aviation, space and technology are explored through dozens of summer activities. Provides cutting-edge technology for real in-person training. Emergency Services Conducts 90 percent of inland search and rescue in the U.S. Assists federal, state and local law enforcement agencies in the war on drugs. Provides disaster-relief support to local, state and national agencies. Saves an average of 80 lives per year. Performs aerial reconnaissance for homeland security. Civil Air Patrol Operates one of the largest fleets of single-engine piston aircraft in the world For More Information and to find a squadron near you visit www.gocivilairpatrol.com The Official Auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force
Transcript: By Tegan Phillips Civil Air Patrol 3 Main Points 3 Main Points Cadet Programs Aerospace Education Emergency Services Core Values Human knot Main point #1: Main point #1: Cadet Programs (lewiscoutycap.org, 2018) Rockets Pilot's license Main Point #2: Main Point #2: Aerospace Education (gocivilairpatrol.com, 2018) Line Search Southwest Washington Fair Boy Scouts Main Point #3: Main Point #3: Emergency Services (Phillips, 2018) Opposing View Point Opposing View Point I'll have to join the military!!! Actually... Cadet Programs Aerospace Education Emergency Services Recap Recap Don't get lost! But also... Find a hobby that works towards your success. Call to Action Call to Action Aerospace Education, (2018, March 14). gocivilairpatrol.com Cadet Programs, (2018, March 14). lewiscoutycap.org References References
Transcript: What is the Civil Air Patrol there is no real straight forward answer to this question without getting into a huge debate about ethics and individual self service compared to community service, and who here wants to have that debate? I know i don't. Civil Air Patrol What is the Civil Air Patrol?? what do they do?? why do they do it? How Could I do that? Civil Air Patrol is the Official auxiliary of the United States Air Force. it is composed of members from age 12 and up. it is mainly made of a cadet program that helps kids of any age grow and excel for the betterment of them selves and their future weather it be military related or not. The Civil Air Patrol has three main missions: Emergency Services (which encompasses disaster relief, searching for missing aircraft & persons); Aerospace Education (which includes internal (CAP members) and external (non-CAP members); and Cadet programs. The Answer is nothing, there is nothing that make you and me different on capability of doing things, So in all honesty the question is not how can you do all these things. the question is why not?! My Life as a Cadet Mercer County Composite Squad 122 executive officer -Civil Air Patrol is a organization based off of how much you putinto the program. -there are many things you can do in your life but the bigger question what do you want from it. -i cannot say that this program will work for you or that it will even be for you, what i can say is that it worked for me. Here Is what i can tell you! i have served in the Civil Air Patrol for 5 years. in those five years i have attend; Basic Cadet Orientation Program, basic encampment, Leader Ship Development Course, and Hawk Mountian Ranger School. i am currently a Cadet Chief Master sergeant along with a First Sergent and my squads EX/O (2nd in command) How Do You Do This? So this is my challenge to you, each and every one of you before me. I want you to think about achieving the same things, but that is'nt good enough for me i want you guys to achieve My Challenge to you The Answer!! Why Does The Civil Air Patrol do these things? I'm not going to say one way or another if you should join this program. what i am going to say is what do you want to do for the rest of your time during school? Do you want to go through the motions of the school life or do you want to do more with your life? I have shown you the door, It is your Decision to open it and take the first step in. Why Did i tell you guys all that information about what i did? Its simple really, i am from the same spot where you guys are in right now. i had classes in this exact room. i ate the same food and learned the same thing as all of you..... so what makes us different for each other? Thank you for your time, C/CMSgt. Richard Daniels In Conclusion What Does The Civil Air Patrol Do??????
Transcript: Presented by SSgt Warren SrA Lee SrA Lam A1 What is the Civil Air Patrol? Mission Statement: Supporting America's communities with emergency response, diverse aviation and ground services, youth development and promotion of air, space and cyber power. The Civil Air Patrol is a congressionally chartered, federally supported non-profit corporation that serves as the official auxiliary of the United States Air Force. CAP is a volunteer organization with an aviation-minded membership that includes people from all backgrounds, lifestyles, and occupations. A2 Personnel and Resources As a Total Force partner and Auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force, Civil Air Patrol is there to search for and find the lost, provide comfort in times of disaster and work to keep the homeland safe. Its 60,000 members selflessly devote their time, energy and expertise toward the well-being of their communities, while also promoting aviation and related fields through aerospace/STEM education and helping shape future leaders through CAP’s cadet program. A Leaders Eleven distinguished members make up Civil Air Patrol’s Board of Governors. They are leaders in their own right, drawn from the ranks of CAP volunteers — who have careers in a cross-section of America’s workforce — along with U.S. Air Force officers and civilians involved in the fields of education, aviation and emergency management. These board members move the organization forward through collective decision-making, which generates strategic policies, plans and programs designed to guide CAP both today and tomorrow. They are assisted by the national commander, who serves as Civil Air Patrol’s chief executive officer, as well as the organization’s chief operating officer and the CAP-U.S. Air Force commander, who act as advisors. 10 Members are former or current US Air Force active duty members A Resources Civil Air Patrol is a nonprofit organization and receives resources and funds from the U.S. Air Force to help accomplish our missions. CAP also relies on contributions to help support initiatives that are not funded by the Air Force, such as cadet special activities, aerospace education workshops, and member training opportunities. Organization and Structure A3 Begins at the National level, which is made up of 4 distinct bodies. Below the National level are the Region, Wing, Group, Squadron and Flight levels. A National Level Board of Governors (BoG): Govern, direct and manage the affairs of the corporation. CAP Senior Advisory Group (CSAG): Recommend policy and propose constitution bylaws changes to the BoG Command Council: Advises the National commander on operational issues. National Headquarters: Consists of National Commander, Chief Operating Officer and the national staff A National Commander Current National Commander: Major General Mark E. Smith. Highest Senior Official within CAP Former USAF Colonel who served 26 years A Regions The region commander, at the rank of Col, is appointed by the national commander. Has authority over all CAP units and personnel in their respective region. Regions include: North-east, Middle-East, Great Lakes, South-East, North-Central, South-West, Rocky Mountain and Pacific A4 Major Events Saved 117 lives and made 534 finds through Air Force-assigned search and rescue efforts in 2019. Operates one of the largest fleets of single-engine piston aircraft in the world, with 560 planes currently available. Conducts 90% of inland search and rescue in the U.S. as tasked by the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center and other agencies. Nearly 250 members from the Puerto Rico Wing and 20 other CAP wings and regions across the U.S. have been involved in the mission, providing local first responders, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other U.S. government agencies with aerial photography to document damage on the islands.
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