Cadet Programs


Upcoming Activities

When: Reoccuring
Where: Masonic Family Park - Granite Falls, WA
Cost: $25

Instructor's Course
When: 17 – 19 August 2018
Where: Camp Boucher
Cost: $45
Contact SFO Lam if interested

TLC Basic
(Registration TBA)
Who: Senior Members
When: 15 September 2018
Where: Camp Boucher
Cost: $5

TLC Intermediate
(Registration TBA)
Who: Senior Members
When: 16 September 2018
Where: Camp Boucher
Cost: $5

TLC Basic
Who: Senior Members
When: 22 September 2018
Where: Northshore
Cost: $10

TLC Intermediate
Who: Senior Members
When: 23 September 2018
Where: Northshore
Cost: $10

Auburn Veterans' Day Parade
When: 10 November 2018
Where: Auburn, WA
Cost: No Cost

Fall Conference
When: 17 November 2018
Where: JBLM
Cost: TBD

When: 15 December 2018
Where: Mt Tahoma National Cemetery
Cost: No Cost

Winter Raptor III Encampment
When: 28 Dec – 4 Jan 2019
Staff: 26 Dec – 4 Jan 2018
Where: Camp Rilea, Warrenton, OR
Cost: $200

Command staff apps will open beginning of Dec
When: 30 Jun – 6 July 2019
Where: Camp Casey, WA
Cost: $350

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Curious to know how to be a successful WAWG cadet? 

Successful cadets in the Civil Air Patrol do these things...

  • Searches for cadet and senior member mentors inside and outside their squadron. 
    • If you are not sure where to start, the wing has cadet mentors ready to help.
  • Actively attends activities outside their squadron.
    • Cadet Airman: Attend these activities
    • Cadet NCOs: Attend and staff these activities
    • Cadet Officers: Attend, staff, and plan these activities.
  • Steps outside their comfort zone
    • This could mean applying for wing activities, stepping up in your squadron, teaching a class, or even volunteering to drill a flight
  • Promotes regularly
    • Check out this webpage for information on all of the cadet grades and achievements, including information on what you need to do to achieve your next milestone! Stripes to Diamonds 
    • This also means promoting past C/CMSgt and C/2d Lt to take advantage of the whole cadet program


 
Need something thrilling to do this summer?  After you have completed a basic encampment (here in Washington or elsewhere), you are eligible to apply for national cadet special activities. Application period is usually 15 Dec - 15 Jan.


Think there should be something on this page that you don't see or have any feedback? Email us at cp@wawgcap.org and let us know.

Your cadet program is only as good as you help make it!