Christmas Party 18 Dec 2018

posted in: Regular meetings | 0

Evening all,

 

Just a couple reminders for the Holiday party we are having next meeting (18th)

  • There will be no uniform, civilian attire is appropriate.
  • Ugly sweater contest, wear the ugliest sweater you have
  • ALPHA flight, everyone in alpha flight bring a small appetizer
  • BRAVO flight, everyone in bravo flight, bring a small dessert
  • CHARLIE flight, everyone in charlie flight, bring a drink

(If you do not know what flight you’re in, look on the squadron chart that was posted down below on the website)

  • Cookie baking competition 1 set of cookies per flight to be judged by command staff, fight sgts and commanders will organize how that will be done

Any questions, email C/CMSgt Bednarek – JustinB3901@twc.com

O-Flights This Weekend – Sign Up

posted in: Special events | 0

Cadets,

 

Our squadron has recently got openings for Orientation Flights. These flights give you an opportunity to explore our aerospace education firsthand. The flights are completely free of charge, so take advantage of the opportunity when available. At this time, only 3 cadets may attend per day, this will be on a first-come-first-serve basis, and you’ll be notified if you are good to go.

Sign up here

 

Regards,

C/2d Lt Gooler
Cadet Commander, NY-030

Deadline to Register for Winter RCLS

posted in: General info | 0

Cadets:  The cut-off date to register for this year’s winter RCLS (Region Cadet Leadership School) in CT is 15 Dec 2018, and only 12 seats are left.  RCLS is designed for Cadet Officers to learn new skills and knowledge they need to be more effective leaders in their home squadrons and wings.  There are only two sessions held a year in the Northeast Region, and the next session is scheduled for the summer of 2019 in Massachusetts.  Cadets must be a graduate of either Cadet Officer School in AL or a Region Cadet Leadership School to earn the Eaker Award.

Winter RCLS:
Where: Camp Niantic,  East Lyme, CT
When: 26 to 31 December 2018
Cost: Approximately $120.00 (students) 
Uniform: Blues, ABU/BDU
 
Use this link for more information, to register, and for scholarship information:

https://ner.cap.gov/index.php/home/rcls

Meeting Agenda 11 Dec 2018

posted in: Regular meetings | 0

Situation
Location: Stewart ANGB Bldg 203
Date: 11 December 18
Time: 1830 – 2100
UOD: PT
CQ: Charlie Flight

Schedule
1830 – 1840: Opening Formation
1840 – 1855: PT Warm-Up
1855 – 1950: CPFT
1950 – 2010: Safety
2010 – 2050: STEM Kit
2050 – 2100: Closing Formation

Supply
All cadets should bring water, a notebook, and a pen/pencil.
Logistics staff must ensure that the insignia box is brought to the meeting.

Admin
If you are unable to attend the meeting, inform your chain of command.
To request a drill test or written exam, notify the testing officer through the chain of command.

Cadet Organization Chart

posted in: General info | 0

As discussed at tonight’s meeting, here is the organization chart for the squadron. The print in the image is small, so it may be helpful to view the image full-screen and zoom in.

All cadets familiarize yourselves with your flight and element assignments. Ensure that you have contact information for your element leader and flight staff. Any questions or issues contact your flight staff or email me directly at ezra.kuliszewski@ny030.org

Winter Ranger School at Hawk Mountain

posted in: Training | 0
ATTENTION ALL CAP MEMBERS!
 
Registration is now open for Hawk Mountain Ranger School’s Winter Ranger School 2019
 
16-17 February 2019
 
Registration is open to all active Cadet and Senior Members!
 
 
 
 
Winter Ranger School is designed to prepare Emergency Services, CAP Aircrew, and Ranger Team members for operations and survival situations in cold weather environments for up to 72 hours.  There are four course options available depending on each individual’s experience.
 

CONDITIONS: There are no buildings to house students.  All students will be spending the duration of the school outdoors, regardless of weather conditions.  Due to limited utilities during the winter, food and water will not be provided nor available at the school; you are responsible and must pack accordingly.  Due to the nature of the school, all students must be PHYSICAL CATEGORY 1 as defined by CAPP 52-18. Click here for detailed packing list: http://www.pawg.cap.gov/sites/default/files/winter%20weekend%20packing%20list_0.pdf.pdf.

 

REGISTRATION: Visit https://www.capranger.org/winterrangerschool to register and upload your completed and signed CAPF 31, 160, and 161 to https://goo.gl/forms/rwnYRcGZ0IbCA3wO2.  Cadets must have signed parental permission and out of PA Wing members must be signed by your Wing Commander.  If you are unable to upload your forms, you may e-mail them to hawkmountain@cap.gov at least 3 days before the school begins.

 
For more information and to register visit
 

For more information please visit www.capranger.org or email hawkmountain@cap.gov.  If you’d like to subscribe to this and other CAP Ranger Program announcements, join our mailing list at https://groups.google.com/a/capranger.org/forum/#!forum/announcements/join.

Meeting Agenda 4 Dec 2018

posted in: Regular meetings | 0

Situation
Location: Stewart ANGB Bldg 203
Date: 4 December 18
Time: 1830 – 2100
UOD: ABU
CQ: Bravo Flight

Schedule
1830 – 1840: Opening Formation
1840 – 1950: Aerospace Dimensions
1950 – 2050: Drill & Ceremonies, Flight Time + Organization
2050 – 2100: Closing Formation

Supply
All cadets should bring water, a notebook, and a pen/pencil.
Logistics staff must ensure that the insignia box is brought to the meeting.

Admin
If you are unable to attend the meeting, inform your chain of command.
To request a drill test or written exam, notify the testing officer through the chain of command.

CAP UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems) Program

posted in: Training | 0

All,

Our squadron will be starting a CAP UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems) program early next year. Our goal is to train cadets and senior members to use drones in Emergency Services missions and to help members get their Part 107 UAS license.

Cadets:  To be a part of this program as a cadet, you must be a member of the AMA (Association of Model Aeronautics). We’re forming a squadron AMA club where cadets can join for free. If you’re interested in this program, please use the form below to provide information for your AMA membership.  

AMA Membership Form  

Senior members:  Please email me if you’re interested in participating.

I hope many of you will take advantage of this opportunity. Feel free to contact me at sean.flynn@ny030.org with any questions.

Regards,

C/Maj Sean Flynn

Wreaths Across America Volunteer Opportunity

posted in: Special events | 0

All,

This Saturday, Dec 1st, is the annual Wreaths Across America event at West Point. All CAP members and their families are invited to participate in placing wreaths at the West Point Cemetery. The event will start with a ceremony at noon at the Old Cadet Chapel inside the cemetery. The uniform for CAP members is ABU/BDUs if you have them, civilian clothes if not. Parking is available in the lot next to the cemetery. If you’re not familiar with West Point, use the GPS address 683 Buckner Loop, West Point.  

No sign up is necessary – just look for other CAP members when you arrive. Please contact Lt Deb Flynn if you have any questions at deb.flynn@ny030.org

 

1 2 3 4 28