Why might you want to participate in National Cadet Special Activities? With approximately 50 to choose from, why not? CAP National Commander Maj Gen Mark Smith explores this topic with Wendy Hamilton, HQ’s cadet career exploration activities manager, on this week’s “Why Video Series.” Activities currently open for application are cited at www.ncsas.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9_YfuKXvzk
Has a family member ever asked “why should cadets and senior members consider involvement in emergency services, aerospace education, cadet programs and National Cadet Special Activities?” Show them this – first of 7: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xvd6bUEPeOs
The cadet command staff for the 2019 Ohio Wing Encampment. Congratulations to Cadet Commander: C/Lt Col Emma Kanning Cadet Deputy Commander for Operations: C/Capt Jacob Tyler Cadet Deputy Commander for Support: C/Capt Ruth Anand Applications for other positions will open soon. The 2019 Ohio Wing Encampment will take place 22-29 June 2019 at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
During a recent Wing Staff meeting Lt Col Walter Murphy was recognized for his 14 years of service as the Wing’s Chief of Standardization & Evaluation. A member of CAP since 1997, Murphy began serving as Wing Stan/Eval Officer in 2004. Thank you, sir, for your service!
Announcing the following openings on Wing staff (click on link for job descriptions): Director of Administration (DA) Director of Information Technology (IT) Director of Professional Development (PD) If you’re interested, please submit your application directly to Lt. Col. Ken Curell, Chief of Staff. Applications should contain a letter of interest as well as a resume […]