Wing Encampment 2018
Welcome to the web page of the Ohio Wing Encampment. Throughout the year, Civil Air Patrol cadets and senior members come together to plan what we hope to be one of the best weeks of a cadet’s life. The Ohio Wing 2018 Encampment will be held 16-23 June at Wright Patterson AFB in Dayton. We will be housed at Wright State University again this year. Encampment cost is $250.00.
The following information should provide some answers to questions you may have concerning our encampment.
Who: Civil Air Patrol cadets, especially those who have not attended another encampment.
To be eligible for encampment, cadets need to:
– Be a member in good standing in Civil Air Patrol
– Have completed the Curry Achievement and the grade of Cadet Airman
What: The Civil Air Patrol encampment is a truly unique opportunity for young adults between the ages of 12-21 to expand their leadership skills and gain an early understanding of the military lifestyle. Over the course of a week, new cadets are introduced to a variety of mental and physical challenges designed to build and enforce the Civil Air Patrol Core Values: Integrity, Volunteer Service, Excellence, and Respect.
Why: Successful completion of an encampment is required for the Billy Mitchell Award and opens up many new and exciting opportunities for CAP cadets, including numerous college and flight scholarships, National Cadet Special Activities, and the ability to return to encampment as cadet staff.
How: Registration for Students is now open on this link. https://encampment.apps.ohwgadmin.org. Registration will remain open till June 1, 2018.
Click here to apply for or to contact Encampment Staff
For the latest information, check out the Encampment site.
Announcements and additional information will be on our website http://encampment.ohwg.cap.gov/ and FaceBook page.
Successful completion of an encampment is required for the Billy Mitchell Award and opens up many new and exciting opportunities for CAP cadets, including numerous college and flight scholarships, National Cadet Special Activities, and the ability to return to encampment as Cadet Cadre.
The Cadet Encampment Assistance Program (CEAP) program is available again this year. Application and information is found on the CEAP site on eServices. Don’t wait to apply for CEAP, once the money is gone applications for CEAP will end. If you pay for encampment and then get approved for CEAP, you will get a refund.
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