Started by TheMeepMan, May 30, 2019, 12:42:40 am
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Quote from: TheSkyHornet on May 30, 2019, 02:19:57 pmI'll be that guy...How is a C/CMSgt the C/CD? Per CAPR 60-1, the minimum grade for that position is C/2d Lt.
Quote from: TheMeepMan on May 30, 2019, 12:42:40 amHey Guys,What are some fun activities to do at a weekly squadron meeting? As Deputy Cadet Commander, I want to make the squadron meeting really fun and informative for the cadets. What would you guys suggest? What has worked in the past?
Quote from: Kayll'b on June 03, 2019, 07:47:16 pmLast Saturday I had an airsoft event and invited all of the CAP people as well. It was thoroughly enjoyed and helped us learn how to work better as a team.Note you can not have a CAP airsoft or paintball party because of regs, but it's a great team building exercise unofficially.
Quote from: TheSkyHornet on June 04, 2019, 12:27:48 amQuote from: Kayll'b on June 03, 2019, 07:47:16 pmLast Saturday I had an airsoft event and invited all of the CAP people as well. It was thoroughly enjoyed and helped us learn how to work better as a team.Note you can not have a CAP airsoft or paintball party because of regs, but it's a great team building exercise unofficially.I would caution going that route. Be sure that if you're participating in an external activity, and you're inviting your friends at CAP, that it's communicated via means outside of CAP (e.g., don't use CAP email addresses; don't brief it at the CAP meeting) and that's its well known that it's a privately-hosted activity, not hosted by CAP. You don't want to run into anyone suggesting that your unit is skirting regs by trying to call it "an outside activity" that has all the signs of CAP expect for the paperwork.
Quote from: Spam on June 03, 2019, 11:06:31 pm(Note to Kayll'b... you can indeed have a paintball event as a CAP event! Go read 2.10.3. Paint Ball and Simunitions, and adhere to the above HAA planning/safety approval process. If you choose not to, you should not be implying or advertising this as a CAP event at all, since you're openly acknowledging that you choose not to follow the process that CAP requires. This is why parents need to know that ONLY THE EVENTS PUBLISHED ON THE UNIT CALENDAR, with parental slips, are authorized CAP events, and commanders need to enforce that to protect themselves and CAP from liability connected with such unsupervised activities).
Quote from: currey on August 19, 2019, 01:28:25 amWe started a healthy eating series that we do every PT night for 8 weeks. We had a smoothie competitionWe had everyone bring in unusual fruit and had the cadets try something new. A local bodybuilder who was active duty and competed in the strong man competitor come in and discuss healthy choices.We did a yogurt bar. Cadet brought in their favorite healthy toppingsand next week we have a trainer coming in. These fun activities are done on PT night after testing.When you offer food cadets we come!For AE check out the AEX books. Make sure your doing hands on classes that are fun combines with modular lessons.
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