Find out if CAP Membership is right for you at the Northwest Aviation Conference & Trade Show!
You do not have to be a pilot to join!
There are plenty of opportunities for volunteers with all kinds of experience!
Ages 12 and up ...
Ask a Cadet about aviation and leadership opportunities!
Adults 18 and up ...
Speak to a Senior Officer to learn how to become a CAP pilot, aircrew member, and more!
Admission is just $5!
SATURDAY 9-5:30 | SUNDAY 10 - 4 PM | FREE parking | FREE kids 17 and under
Washington Wing is hosting the 2016 Regional Cadet Leadership School between at Camp Murray, Tacoma, Washington.
Region Cadet Leadership School is an intense 5-day in-residence cadet officer training school with areas of study in Officership & Character, Communication Skills, Interpersonal Relations, Critical & Creative Thinking and Leadership Theory. Additionally, it is a requirement for the Ira Eaker Award (C/Lt Col).
To participate, cadets must hold the grade of C/2d Lt or above. The student fee for RCLS is $200. Students registering on or before receive a $20 discount.
Participation is limited, Therefore all students are encouraged to register early in order to ensure space is available. Registration is via Eventbrite.com at http://2016pcrcls.eventbrite.com.
Registration closes aton or when all spaces have been filled, whichever occurs earliest.
If there are any questions, please email the WAWG Cadet Program Team at email@example.com
Applications for ORWG/AKWG Encampment Cadet Cadre and Senior Staff have opened up!
If you are interested, please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close 2016.
Final Call for Entries! The deadline was 1 October, but this is just a quick check to make sure it didn't slip your mind!
If you have attended any type of activity, or have had a squadron event that you would like to share please do so by submitting an article to the Evergreen Magazine! The articles submitted just don't have to be limited to activities. As a national organization we have gone through a lot this past year from the 75th anniversary to phasing in a new uniform. If you would like to put thoughts down on paper, and you think they are worth sharing to your peers make it happen! The same goes for current events around our communities that not all of us see! The purpose of The Evergreen Magazine is to Inform, Entertain, and to Persuade members, and this is only possible if we have submissions from people/members like you! ANYONE can submit articles! If a local parent or even community leader would like to they can!
In your free time if you would like to submit an article please do so. Please follow the following guidelines and procedures as posted on the Evergreen Webpage. Just click on the link below, and all the information you will need to know of how to submit an article and pictures will be there.
Let's try and get at least one article from each squadron in the Wing!
It is time again for any member of Washington Wing to submit nominations for the awards specified in detail in Attachment 1. Selectees will have their award presented at the 2017 conference.
To meet the accelerated due date established by Pacific Region of 15 December 2016, we have accelerated the due date of nominations to Washington Wing to be 1 November 2016.
We have also established the award consideration period as 1 October 2015 through 30 September 2016.
Members have a few opportunities to participate!
Deadline to register: 11 November (no exceptions)
This is an opportunity for senior members to network with other senior members from across the wing. It's also a time to renew friendships with members you haven't seen for a while, and for cadets to see other cadets from other units. There will be a cadet ball after the banquet!
Help us celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Civil Air Patrol and celebrate and thank our veterans for serving in the military!
Cadet Programs is also hosting their Fall Senior & Cadet Workshop on this same day!
As Fall draws near, it brings with it the exclusive opportunities of the season: celebrating CAP's 75 years of service and Washington Wing Cadets' contributions to their community through our annual Fall Workshop and Cadet Ball. Join us for exciting Senior and Cadet workshops, fun activities, and great food!
This is an excellent opportunity to make new friends within the Wing and rekindle past friendships. A variety of workshops to choose from will be offered with handpicked instructors to provide the most memorable experience.One enriching workshop is the notorious dance class. In the past, professional instructors have been hired to instruct cadets in basic dance technique. To showcase the variety of skills our Wing offers, we have decided to do things a little differently. A few of your fellow WAWG Cadets have stepped up to share their expertise in the subject. So, if you feel shy about your dance moves, fear no more. We will also be dedicating some time to a Cadet Commander's Call, Open CAC meeting, and social time.
Cadets are heavily encouraged to attend both the Workshop and the Cadet Ball, as both bring unique and eventful opportunities.
Attached is the WAWG Fall CADET Workshop Information Letter. Please refer to it for more details.
Please come preview the upcoming activities and opportunities for 2017 at the Fall Workshop for Seniors hosted by the Cadet Program Department. Workshops will include the spring and summer activities, both wing and National, as well as how to apply and improve chances for selection. Yes, Seniors, you can and should attend the National Cadet Special Activities. We’ll tell you how and why.
Attached is the WAWG Fall SENIOR Workshop Information Letter. Please refer to it for more details.
It's that time again!
See fundraising and ceremony info below!
17 December 2016
Ceremony at 9:00 a.m.
Tahoma National Cemetery
Chaplain (Lt Col) Bill Adam