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 on: Yesterday at 04:01:58 PM 
Started by FNelson - Last post by TheSkyHornet
No. You must be a C/MSgt, C/SMSgt, or C/CMSgt per CAPR 60-1 Table 4.1:
(Page 20)

In the former Cadet Program regulations (CAPR 52-16), you could be virtually any grade; wearing a diamond (lozenge) pin above the insignia indicated you were a First Sergeant. It's a bad practice because you're taking cadets who don't have the textbook knowledge nor practical experience to serve in the role.

 on: Yesterday at 03:59:42 PM 
Started by Eclipse - Last post by TheSkyHornet
The calendar does not need to be made publicly available; however, it needs to be web-based so it can be accessed remotely and expediently to see the most current updated version. Paper gets lost and doesn't change once printed. A web login would suffice, but then you risk who's looking at it.

There's nothing in Cadet Programs that is OPSEC as far as posting activities online, whether it's a unit website or social media. But it needs to be available. Anything secretive regarding cadet activities is a red flag to me that you're busting Cadet Protection Program policy. It may not be the case, but it's sketchy. That said, if it's accessible to parents, I'd say it's fine.

I would consider a "calendar" to be either a date map with listed events, or an actual list of key dates. You can include "We meet every Monday from 7-9pm" on there or list each individual meeting (like we do, since we may shift locations due to PT in the winter, or meet at the park in the summer).

This is a relatively easy compliance item that can become forgotten, or inaccurate, if not managed. But it's a fairly easy item to manage.

 on: Yesterday at 03:58:53 PM 
Started by Eclipse - Last post by Eclipse
The information the general public needs is basic.

The information the unit members need is detailed (internal).

Randos and prospective members should not be wandering into ES training, AE days, O-rides or similar activities not open to the public.

An internal calendar for members only clearly meets the 2.4.2 requirement.

 on: Yesterday at 03:57:50 PM 
Started by FNelson - Last post by Eclipse
First Shirt requires C/MSgt or higher.

See 60-1, page 20

 on: Yesterday at 03:47:26 PM 
Started by Eclipse - Last post by NIN
Nevermind the provisions of CAPR 60-2, para 2.4.2  and Attachment One, Entry 2

EDIT: I should have looked up further in the thread, SkyHornet beat me to it!

 on: Yesterday at 03:38:57 PM 
Started by FNelson - Last post by FNelson
Can C/SSgt and C/TSgt be assigned as squadron cadet 1st Sergeant? I am currently my squadron's C/1stSgt but I will soon be promoting to C/2ndLt and am trying to decide who will be the next C/1stSgt.

 on: Yesterday at 03:29:15 PM 
Started by jaz - Last post by jaz
The phone number went straight to an answering machine, each time I called without response. This is grouped with the initial post of, "having a hard time getting ahold of anyone via the numbers and email addresses found in the flyers/advertisements".

I've scoured the Internet to find all these numbers and email addresses you guys are posting... That is how I found this place. The chances of someone posting a link I have not already seen, will be low.

At this point, I am looking for someone that actually has a contact. Please, no more links.

 on: Yesterday at 03:14:42 PM 
Started by Eclipse - Last post by Luis R. Ramos
I beg to differ. Public needs to know, parents, and visitors may want to visit. If the calendar is only for the unit, and there is no meeting, Jon and Jan Doe who wanted to visit the unit for their son / daughter will visit only to find the unit is not meeting after travelling there.

 on: Yesterday at 03:13:34 PM 
Started by Eclipse - Last post by etodd
^ That would be an internal calendar as part of the intranet, not needed public-facing.

As a marketing & advertising guy, we put a lot of our activities on our public calendar so interested people will see how BUSY we are and see all the exciting things we do. 

(But of course most of that is on Facebook)

These Squadrons that have a public calendar, that is basically empty ... should delete the Calendar page altogether. Makes their Squadron look boring.


 on: Yesterday at 03:09:18 PM 
Started by Eclipse - Last post by Eclipse
^ That would be an internal calendar as part of the intranet, not needed public-facing.

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