Copy sir, but Middle and Jr. High Schools are a very different environment, the average maturity level (of the other students) just isn't there yet.
Quote from: Psicorp on March 26, 2007, 11:31:56 PMClass A was full Service Dress, Class B was long sleeve blues shirt with tie, Class C was short sleeve blues shirt no tie. Exactly. This goes back years ago. I was a cadet '87-'89 and even when I joined as a Senior member in '93, that is the terminology that was used then. Keep in mind, over the years the terminology may have changed or the members have begun using the manuals "correct" name.
Class A was full Service Dress, Class B was long sleeve blues shirt with tie, Class C was short sleeve blues shirt no tie.
Welcome to CAP! To answer your question, no, you're not allowed to wear your blues uniform to school on the day of the meeting. CAP has been using a general "one hour before, one hour after" uniform policy. The idea is that you wear the uniform an hour before the meeting or activity and one hour after so that you're only wearing the uniform when it's required.Also, I'd like to add that we don't refer to uniforms as "class a's, b's or c's" or anything like that. What you're referring to is probably a short sleeve blues uniform. And "class a's" are usually the service dress uniform. CAP doesn't have a standardized class system, so, while it may work for your squadron, members of other squadrons won't know which uniform you're referring to.Congratulations on your promotion to C/Amn. Keep it up!
Since there is not a JROTC Unit anywhere even relatively close to my School, Except for one at PCT, Which is a Bad unit from what I hear.
Hahaha, My Many years will only be around 3. I literally joined as a C.A.P. cadet a Day before my 18th birthday so That I could get the full aura of the Civil Air Patrol and see what the cadets go through. My wing Commander wishes me to transfer onto the senior side after basic Encampment but I prefer to stay a cadet till im 21 and forced to change over.
My wing Commander wishes me to transfer onto the senior side after basic Encampment but I prefer to stay a cadet till im 21 and forced to change over.
If you can get your basic encampment and get yourself to a flight encampment and get your wings/private. Id say you are sitting pretty.
When I was the Deputy Commander for Cadets, I gave blanket permission to any Cadet to wear his uniform to schoool, as long as he/she carried recrutiment literature on their person and the school did not forbid it.Capt. Lord
2-6. a. (2) CAP cadets under 18 years of age may participate in CAP flight activities in the following categories:(a) Cadet orientation flights conducted in accordance with appropriate CAP regulations. CAP cadets 18 years of age or older may not fly on cadet orientation flights.(b) Other flights when approved by the unit commander and the PIC is cadet orientation pilot qualified.
AFROTC o-flights are separate program from CAP cadet o-flights.
I joined CAP when I was 13 and never been on a CAP o-flight. Now I'm 18, so I guess I never will............