Push hydration. Make sure they're drinking constantly throughout the day. Keep a list and track it if you have to.
Troop welfare is NCO business, and as the flight sergeant it is your primary job.
Both of these is important, especially in the summer. Expectations and responsibilities will vary by encampment,
but bear in mind that as a Flt Sgt you are both learning and a mentor. Keep an eye especially on your
youngest, most inexperienced cadets - you are the first line of safety, security, and most importantly, their
Handle corrections discreetly and make sure your Flight Commander and Training Officer are informed of "issues"
>and< successes. Both will be important when completing the required evaluations, inspections, and summaries.
While you may not have served as an FS at encampment before, you surely have dealt with at least one during your
first encampment, and observed others. Emulate the ones who were successful, and don't repeat the mistakes
of the ones who struggled. If you have a challenge yourself, Forget It, Move on (FIMO).
And educate yourself in the proper terminology, procedures and expectations of the new encampment program
and don't propagate obsolete terminology or wives tales.