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Cadet Advisory Council

The Washington Wing Cadet Advisory Council serves three primary purposes:

  1. Provides a forum where cadets gain leadership experience at the wing level.
  2. Aid the wing commander in monitoring and implementing the Cadet Program.
  3. Make recommendations to the wing commander for improving and running the Cadet Program.

Wing CAC Meetings

The Wing CAC meets in-person twice per term, at the WAWG Spring and Fall Conferences, and meets telephonically at least twice more in the summer and winter quarters, on a schedule set by the CAC chair.


Group CACs

Each of WAWG's three groups has a cadet advisory council to advise their group commander.



Wing CAC Tools

Are you a new CAC Chair or Vice Chair and not sure where to start?
Check out these resources for new CAC Chairs and Vice Chairs created by the PCR CAC.

Not sure what shoulder cord you should be wearing? Here is a table and guide to help out.

If you would like to contact the WAWG CAC, please send an email to CACChair@wawg.cap.gov

Finished Projects


Interested in Serving on CAC?

Cadet advisory councils in WA Wing are looking for dedicated cadet leaders like you to share your expertise and to advise your higher-echelon commanders.

New CAC officers and representatives are assigned every year between 1 August and 15 September, for one-year terms that begin 1 October.
However, vacancies can be filled at any time during the term. Don't hesitate to ask to get involved!

If you're interested in serving as a Wing CAC Representative for your group, 
contact your group commander or group cadet programs development officer.

If you're interested in serving as the Chair, Vice Chair, or Recorder for the Wing CAC,
contact the Wing CAC adviser.

If you're interested in serving as a Region CAC Representative for WAWG, 
contact the Wing CAC adviser or director of cadet programs.





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Zachary Lam,
Aug 18, 2016, 12:58 AM