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 on: Today at 08:03:28 AM 
Started by ChamorroPride - Last post by jhighman
My old unit in central Ohio has a 44R that I'm sure they will send you for only the cost of shipping. Interested?

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 on: Yesterday at 10:45:49 PM 
Started by whatevah - Last post by Sriracha
Man, after reading all of your, this is kinda pathetic.

-GES
-ICS 100, 200, 300, 400

Yep. Thats it. Hopefully I'll be a GTM after GSAR school this summer, and I want to be a GTL at 18. Also want to go to NBB after this year, as this summer is my first encampment.

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How did you manage to complete ICS 300 and 400 as an under-18?
Oh my gosh, I really need to spell check what I write. I meant 700/800, but I am planning to do 300 soon with my local fire department. Im pretty sure you can do them when under 18, so long as the 3 day course doesn't cut into classtime.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:43:58 PM 
Started by OldGuy - Last post by chacharoo
The table in the article is not part of a ceremony, it is a permanent display.  I have seen a Bible quite frequently at this type of display.  I have never seen the Bible as part of a ceremony.
I’ve seen it as part of a display as well, at places such as the American Legion. In the ceremony, it is no more than a line in the script. However, no action is performed for it like there are for the salt, lemon, photo, glasses, and candle.


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 on: Yesterday at 10:40:20 PM 
Started by OldGuy - Last post by kwe1009
The table in the article is not part of a ceremony, it is a permanent display.  I have seen a Bible quite frequently at this type of display.  I have never seen the Bible as part of a ceremony.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:35:29 PM 
Started by LSThiker - Last post by LSThiker
In the interest of the discussion in this thread:
http://captalk.net/index.php?topic=22922.msg414529;topicseen#msg414529

Here is something I was sent regarding the NCR Staff College, which seems to be relatively inexpensive for members.

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2018 North Central Region Staff College

12-16 June 2018

Sioux Falls, SD Army Regional Training Institute

To all Civil Air Patrol Senior Members :

You are invited to attend this summer’s session of the Region Staff College in North Central Region! This course is designed for Level III and Level IV senior members to help them better execute the duties and responsibilities associated with CAP command and staff positions. Staff College will provide students with in-depth studies of leadership, management and communication skills.

COST: $50

DATES: 12-16 JUNE 2018

LOCATIONS: ARMY REGIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE SIOUX FALLS, SD

Very soon our online registration will be ready for your convenience. If for any reason you choose not to do the online registration you may email me a copy of CAPF 17 or mail the registration to the address listed below. Be sure to include your shirt size for the polo shirt you will receive.

ROOM AND BOARD: For those of you traveling from a distance and would like billeting, we have several options. The RTI (Regional Training Institute) has Private rooms—comparable to a hotel room for $38 per night. They also have semi-private rooms available for $37 per night. With the semi-private room you will share a bathroom with your neighbor. For those who may want an even more economical room the RTI has bays available. Each bay has 8-10 bunk beds and the cost is $10 per night. The shared-dorm style-bathroom is attached to each bay. I have reserved a bay for both males and females. If you are interested in the private or semi-private rooms please CALL THE RTI AND MAKE YOUR RESERVATION!

WHEN YOU CALL TO MAKE THE RESERVATION ASK FOR SANDY—605-357-2845. LET HER KNOW THIS IS FOR REGION STAFF COLLEGE, CIVIL AIR PATROL BECAUSE WE HAVE A BLOCK OF ROOMS FOR US. SHE IS AVAILABLE TO TAKE RESERVATIONS TUESDAY-FRIDAY 10:45-5:00 PM.

Those who would like to stay in the bays, you will contact me and I will handle collecting the money from you when you arrive at the staff college. You must let me know ahead of time if you are planning to stay and what arrangements you have made. Those staying in the private and semi-private rooms will pay the RTI directly. Those staying in the bays will pay me and I will pay the RTI.

UNIFORMS: Uniforms for the week are any of the CAP distinctive uniforms: white aviator shirt, polo shirt, grey slacks. You may also wear the AF style short sleeve, blue uniform if you meet all the weight and grooming standards. No BDU’s, ABU’s, or flight suits are to be worn. There will be a banquet at a local restaurant on Friday evening, June 15. You may wear Mess Dress, Service Coat, Blazer Combination or nice civilian attire.

Most participants bring laptops, tablets or other devices but are not necessary.

We will start promptly at 8 AM on Tuesday, June 12 so adjust travel plans to arrive Monday evening if necessary. There will be staff to greet you upon arrival. We will have a banquet Friday evening and my goal is to have you on your way home shortly after noon on Saturday, June 16!

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 on: Yesterday at 10:34:04 PM 
Started by OldGuy - Last post by chacharoo
I’ve performed and watched this table be done dozens of times, both in CAP and JROTC. I’ve only seen/used the Bible at CAP events. We’ve thought about it at JROTC, but we choose not to for public school purposes. With most honor guard events, improvising and adapting is key, and choosing not to use the Bible is as simple as removing the line from the script when it’s being performed.

Just as a personal remark, the Bible is by far my most favorite symbolic part of this ceremony, the line “founded as one nation, under God” really gets those tears going.


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 7 
 on: Yesterday at 10:25:43 PM 
Started by MSG Mac - Last post by SarDragon
CAPR 35-5 22 NOVEMBER 2016

 8 
 on: Yesterday at 10:25:14 PM 
Started by MSG Mac - Last post by SarDragon
Does anyone happen to have a copy of the old CAPR 35-5 at all?

https://www.ncwgcap.org/UserFiles/File/PD/R35-5_Appointments_and_Promotions.pdf

I have the 1 Jan 2014 version as well.   I have no idea how much is different between that one and the 2008 version that Eclipse posted.

I have copies from:
16 Mar 2010, which superseded 21 August 2008
27 Dec 2012
1 Jan 2014
11 AUGUST 2014 CORRECTED COPY INCLUDES CHANGE 1, 22 AUGUST 2014


All of these are attached. One more to come in the next post.

 9 
 on: Yesterday at 10:14:23 PM 
Started by CAP_truth - Last post by ZigZag911
Or....and I'm just tossing this out there, you could always remain as a SMWOG, and not even bother participating in the PD program. Want to do ES or CP or AE exclusively and not deal with other stuff? Just don't....

There is a certain minimum of basic, essential  information a member needs to be an effective CAP member...which I would say tops out at Level 2 for those not looking to command squadrons or serve in higher headquarters.

Just my opinion.

Also, I'm not fond of the SMWOG as a long term rank for anyone, makes them seem, at least at first look, uninvolved in the program.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:56:44 PM 
Started by whatevah - Last post by SarDragon
Man, after reading all of your, this is kinda pathetic.

-GES
-ICS 100, 200, 300, 400

Yep. Thats it. Hopefully I'll be a GTM after GSAR school this summer, and I want to be a GTL at 18. Also want to go to NBB after this year, as this summer is my first encampment.

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How did you manage to complete ICS 300 and 400 as an under-18?

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