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2015 Cleveland National Airshow: A Consolidated Recruiting and Aerospace Education Event for Group IV

posted Aug 8, 2015, 2:29 PM by robert.hartigan@ohwg.cap.gov

8 August 2015
Original
OPERATIONS ORDER
FROM: Cleveland National Air Show CAP Host Unit Commander (GLR-OH-236/CC)
SUBJECT: Consolidated Recruiting and Aerospace Education Event for Group IV

1. PURPOSE: The Cleveland National Air Show (CNAS) is the successor to the historic Cleveland National Air Races and is a major public attraction in Northeast Ohio every Labor Day Weekend. Each year the Air Show draws a large audience of 60,000 to 100,000 people from the general public. The highlight of the show is a performance by the aerial demonstration team from either the U.S. Navy or U.S. Air Force; the Blue Angels and the Thunderbirds alternate years on the schedule. This year the USAF Thunderbirds will perform! The Cleveland National Air Show is a good venue to achieve Civil Air Patrol’s external Aerospace Education mission. Furthermore, it is a great source to recruit interested candidates for membership in local/regional Civil Air Patrol units. 

2. GOALS: All goals are aligned with unit and higher headquarters’ initiatives.
a. 2015 specific goal is to attract and recruit for the following:
i. aerospace education members, 
ii. cadet members and,
iii. professionals in the fields of clergy, finance, legal and medical
b. Promote aerospace education and the U.S. economy’s aerospace supremacy
c. Build and maintain public relations with aviation community and general public
d. Foster teamwork and mutually beneficial relationship between units and members
e. Overall goal is to attract and recruit like minded individuals as members of CAP.

3. OPERATION: A Civil Air Patrol information and recruiting booth will be staffed during CNAS. The Cleveland National Air Show will provide a suitable area, 60 feet by 60 feet. CNAS will also rent to CAP a 10 feet by 20 feet tent with grounding rod suitable for portable generator operations. 
a. Host unit is Cleveland Lakefront Thunderbirds Composite Squadron 236
b. Human resources are requested from the following squadrons 
i. Lorain County Composite Squadron 003
ii. Eagle Composite Squadron 004
iii. Cuyahoga County Cadet Squadron 131
iv. Frank H. Kettlewood Composite Squadron 252
v. Any other Civil Air Patrol unit that makes arrangements with project officer.
c. Aircraft static display. Any CAP aircraft custodian unit may make arrangements with the undersigned for aircraft static display if authorized by the Ohio Wing Commander. 

4. FUNDING: This is a unit/self funded event. USAF reimbursement is not requested nor authorized. Civil Air Patrol corporate funding is not requested nor authorized. Aircraft custodial unit may have other financial instructions from Ohio Wing Headquarters regarding position flight to and from KBKL. 

5. WHERE: Cleveland’s Burke Lakefront Airport, 1500 N. Marginal Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44114. Recommended parking location and entry points will follow with other instructions closer to CNAS start. 

6. WHEN: Civil Air Patrol’s participation at The Cleveland National Air Show is held on Labor Day Weekend. This year’s dates and times are as follows:
a. Saturday, September 5, 2015, from 8:30 am (0830hours) to 4:30pm (1630hours)
i. shift 1, 8:30am to 12:45pm
ii. shift 2, 12:30pm to 4:45pm
b. Sunday, September 6, 2015, from 8:30 am (0830hours) to 4:30pm (1630hours)
i. shift 3, 8:30am to 12:45pm
ii. shift 4, 12:30pm to 4:45pm
c. Monday, September 7, 2015, from 8:30 am (0830hours) to 4:30pm (1630hours)
i. shift 5, 8:30am to 12:45pm
ii. shift 6, 12:30pm to 4:45pm

7. WHO: All active members of Group IV are invited and encouraged to actively participate. All members participating must be safety current.  Each shift will consist of a team  made up of CAP members filling the following roles: 
a. Officer in Charge (OIC)
b. Senior Member Recruiter (may be more than one)
c. Cadet Officer in Charge (C/OIC)
d. Cadet NCO in Charge (C/NCOIC)
e. Cadet Recruiter  (4 per shift)

8. APPLICATION PROCEDURES: CAP members may sign-up online to participate in the Cleveland National Air Show via website http://oh236.ohwg.cap.gov/2015-cleveland-national-air-show-sign-up
a. Follow this link for more information 2015 CNAS Volunteer Sign Up Form 
b. Members must:
i. Carry a current CAP ID. Temporary cards are acceptable
ii. be Safety Current according to CAP E-Services
iii. have two copies of: 
1. Ohio Wing Form OWF20-1 OHIO WING ACTIVITY RELEASE
2. CAP Form 32 CADET ACTIVITY PERMISSION SLIP
3. CAP Form 160 CAP MEMBER HEALTH HISTORY FORM
4. CAP Form 161 CAP EMERGENCY INFORMATION. 
5. CAP Form 163 PERMISSION FOR PROVISION OF MINOR CADET OVER-THE-COUNTER MEDICATION (only applicable if medication required)
iv. Have completed Level One (senior members only).

9. SQUADRON COMMANDERS: Please have your members sign up through the Cleveland Lakefront Thunderbirds Composite Squadron’s webpage no later than 31 August 2015.  You will be sent a list of members that have signed up around 01 September 2015 for your review. Here is the direct link http://oh236.ohwg.cap.gov/2015-cleveland-national-air-show-sign-up. 

10. SCHEDULE: The activity/event will follow the schedule outlined in paragraph 6. Shorter individual schedules based on shifts will be generated. It is the CAP member’s responsibility to adhere to his or her scheduled shift. Other members are depending on your efforts; if you are unable to fulfill your commitment please find a suitable replacement and notify your chain of command.

11. UNIFORM OF THE DAY: The best uniform in your closet will do. This is an aerospace education, public relations and recruiting opportunity. You will want to look your best! Uniform wear and care must be in accordance with Civil Air Patrol’s Uniform Manual CAPM 39-1. In the event of a uniform infraction, you will be give an opportunity to correct it; however if you are unable, you may be asked to leave the Air Show or change out of uniform.  Grooming and Height to Weight standards will be strictly enforced for the USAF style uniform. A fresh haircut, a properly pressed and creased uniform with highly polished shoes speaks volumes about your dedication to Civil Air Patrol. BDUs, if worn, will be sleeves down. 

12. TRANSPORTATION: It is the member’s responsibility to secure transportation to and from the event. The CNAS/CAP Project staff will not be making travel arrangements. Unit commanders can arrange ride sharing opportunities within their units. Reminder: Civil Air Patrol Senior Members must follow CAPR 52-10 CADET PROTECTION POLICY. Chapter Two of the regulation is STANDARDS OF PRACTICE and it highlights TWO DEEP LEADERSHIP and TRANSPORTATION restrictions.  

13. STAFF POSITIONS: Many and varied! Sign up via 2015 CNAS Volunteer Sign Up Form portal
a. Project Officer 
b. Safety Officer
c. Operations Officer
d. Officer in Charge (OIC) per shift
e. Senior Member Recruiter (may be more than one) per shift
f. Cadet Officer in Charge (C/OIC) per shift
g. Cadet NCO in Charge (C/NCOIC) per shift
h. Cadet Recruiter  (4 per shift)

14. COST TO MEMBER: Air Show tickets are free to CAP participants who have registered via the VolunteerLocal portal and work a shift. Parking is $15 per car. Carpooling is recommended.  A limited number of parking passes are available, however use is not guaranteed. Members are responsible for their own meals in the afternoon, a minimum of $10 to $15 is recommended. The purchase of Air Show souvenirs is up to the member discretion and budget. 

15. MEALS: Not provided, but available from on site vendors. It is recommended to bring at least $10 for meals from the onsite vendors. Coolers are not allowed to be brought into the air show, except by the early volunteers. Early morning attendees might enjoy donuts provided by CNAS. 

16. EQUIPMENT/CONTRABAND LIST: See the Cleveland National Air Show’s website for prohibited items. The list is extensive. Members must exercise common sense and good judgment.  http://www.clevelandairshow.com/entry/entry.html

17. POINT OF CONTACT or QUESTIONS: Any questions about this activity, contact Lt.Col. Robert P. Hartigan, CAP at robert.hartigan@ohwg.cap.gov or on the days of the event via phone at 216-236-8892. We look forward to seeing you at this event!


OFFICIAL:
ROBERT P. HARTIGAN, Lt.Col., CAP
Commander
Cleveland Lakefront Thunderbirds Composite Squadron 236
robert.hartigan@ohwg.cap.gov
216-236-8892

"ONE TEAM - ONE GOAL - ONE VISION"

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Civil Air Patrol squadron cancels meeting and suspends operations

posted Feb 2, 2015, 12:27 PM by robert.hartigan@ohwg.cap.gov

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Civil Air Patrol squadron cancels meeting and suspends operations

Cleveland, OHIO – As of 2pm, Monday, February 2, 2015, The Lakefront Thunderbirds Composite Squadron 236, local unit of the Civil Air Patrol, is cancelling all flying and unit activities due extreme weather conditions. The regularly scheduled, Monday night, meeting at Burke Lakefront Airport at 7pm is canceled. Based on weather forecasts normal operations in the Cleveland area will resume on Tuesday, February 3, 2015. 

CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER: ATTENTION TO ORDERS, OFFICER OF THE DAY, DETAIL OF THE DAY FOR MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2015

posted Jan 28, 2015, 3:55 PM by robert.hartigan@ohwg.cap.gov   [ updated Feb 2, 2015, 12:25 PM ]

Hello Thunderbirds!

Check out the calendar for details about this Monday's schedule at Burke Lakefront Airport. http://oh236.ohwg.cap.gov/members-only/activities-and-calender

Please bring with you materials to take notes, i.e. notebook, pen or pencils. 

REMINDER: All members must be safety current to attend regular meetings or events. 

Cadets and Seniors should double check their Emergency Services training progress. You need General Emergency Services exam (CAP Test 116) and Tests 117 parts 1, 2, and 3. Refer to my earlier email with a link to the FEMA courses IS-100 & IS 700. Remember our goal is to have everyone qualified as Mission Staff Assistants and/or Mission Radio Operators very soon!

Senior Members should take the time this week to review their Specialty Track Guides. Many are close to completing a Technician level which is needed for professional development and eventual promotion. The more your know...

By Order of the Squadron Commander:

Officer of the Day is Capt. Charles A. Summers
Cadet Officer of the Day is Cadet 2nd Lt. Brent Ellis.

Uniform of the Day is Blues with tie and ribbon

Agenda & Schedule

Leadership Laboratory & Character Development Forum 
1850-1900 Sign-In/ ID card Check/ Medical Emergency Forms Check
1900-1910 Opening Ceremonies/ Uniform Inspection
1915-1930 Flight Commanders’ Time (Drill & Ceremonies) 15 min
1930-1940 Break 10min
Character Development 70min
1940-2020 Character Development Forum 40min
2020-2050 Team Leadership Problem 30min
2050-2100 Commander’s Call 10min

OFFICIAL:
ROBERT P. HARTIGAN, Lt.Col., CAP
Commander
Cleveland Lakefront Thunderbirds Composite Squadron 236
216-236-8892
http://oh236.ohwg.cap.gov/

ATTENTION TO ORDERS, OFFICER OF THE DAY, DETAIL OF THE DAY FOR MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 2015

posted Jan 11, 2015, 12:32 PM by robert.hartigan@ohwg.cap.gov

Hello Thunderbirds!
This week's meeting is Safety and ES related. Please complete the online portion of the Introductory Communications User Training (ICUT). We will do the practical or hands on demonstration of radio procedures. Those that pass the online portion and practical application of ICUT will receive completion credit for the ICUT course. 

Please dress for the weather. You must wear outer garments in winter weather! The Blue All Weather Coat with its thermal liner is authorized with the BDUs. A black knit hat is also authorized along with black gloves. If you do not have a M-65 field jacket, ECWCS Parka or an All Weather Coat please wear some sort of winter coat. 

Please complete the ICUT training so we may knock out ICUT as a squadron.

TBATW,
RPH


By Order of the Squadron Commander:

Officer of the Day:
1st Lt. Randy Ayers, CAP 
C/TSgt Anthony Matousek

Uniform of the Day: 
Cadets BDU Sleeves down.
Seniors BDU or BBDU sleeves down or Corporate Work Uniform. 
Uniform Notes:
All cadets should prepare for uniform inspection and Cadet Oath. 
All members wearing the USAF style uniform must meet USAF grooming standards. 
Members wearing any uniform must comply with CAPM 39-1: Uniform Manual. 
Phase I cadets without BDUs should wear blues with tie.
New cadets without uniforms should dress business casual (khakis or chinos with a button down or polo style shirt. Please no jeans). 
Senior members who have not completed Level One or do not have a uniform should dress business casual.
Agenda and Schedule is below.  

Emergency Services/Safety
1850-1900 Sign-In/ ID card Check/ Medical Emergency Forms Check (Element Leaders)
1900-1910 Opening Ceremonies/ Uniform Inspection (Flt CC or Flt Sgt)
1915-1930 Flight Commander’s Time (Drill & Ceremonies) 15 min
1930-1940 Break 10min (Wingman)
Emergency Services/Safety 70 min
1940-2000 Safety Briefing:  40min
2000-2050 Activity: ES  Introductory Communications User Training (ICUT) RADIO PROCEDURE DEMONSTRATION
2050-2100 Commander’s Call 10min (Sq CC)
2100-2130 Squadron Commander’s Open Office


OFFICIAL:
ROBERT P. HARTIGAN, Lt.Col., CAP
Commander
Cleveland Lakefront Thunderbirds Composite Squadron 236

22 DEC 2014 Attention to Orders, Officer of the Day, Detail of the Day

posted Dec 19, 2014, 8:36 PM by robert.hartigan@ohwg.cap.gov

Thunderbirds,
Thank you to all the members who are making progress in Emergency Services online learning and training. Great work! Keep it up. Encourage your fellow squadron mates to complete those learning modules! We are on track to hit the ground running in 2015. 

I mentioned this last week and I am going to copy and paste it every week until every member meets and upholds the uniform standard: A comment about uniforms. This goes for Cadets and Seniors. Please remember being able to wear the USAF uniform is a privilege. Uniforms must be worn in accordance with CAP Uniform Manual 39-1. Generally speaking the uniform must be clean, pressed and wrinkle free, insignia placed and secured correctly and the wearer must meet grooming standards. Keep in mind, the USAF uniform is symbolic and represents the core values of the USAF and CAP. Failing to meet the standards set out in CAPM39-1 is not acceptable. Please take care when preparing to wear your uniform. The public will notice. If you have any questions about uniform wear and care please read CAPM39-1

Cadet Memory Knowledge: Chain of Command 

President of the United States: _________________________________________
Secretary of Defense:_________________________________________________
Secretary of the Air Force:_____________________________________________
Chairman of the CAP Board of Governors:_________________________________
National Commander:_________________________________________________
Great Lakes Region Commander:________________________________________
Ohio Wing Commander:________________________________________________
Group IV Commander:_________________________________________________
236 Squadron Commander:_____________________________________________
Cadet Flight Commander:______________________________________________
Cadet Element Leader:_________________________________________________

Please print the Chain of Command text portion of the email and fill out!

As a reminder: December's schedule is published on the Squadron website calendar. 

By order of the Squadron Commander:

Officer of the Day
Capt. Peet McCain
Cadet/SSgt Malik King

Uniform of the Day
Blues (short or long sleeve)  with tie
Ribbons for Phase I & II cadets
Ribbons optional for Phase III cadets and Senior Members

Schedule for Weekly Meeting on Monday, Dec 22, 2014
Aerospace Education Seminar
1850-1900 Sign-In/ ID card Check/ Medical Emergency Forms Check -- All members
1900-1910 Opening Ceremonies/ Uniform Inspection -- All members
1915-1930 Flight Commander’s Time (Drill & Ceremonies) 15 min -- Cadets
1915-1930 Officers Call 15 minutes -- Senior Members
1930-1940 Break 10min -- All members
Aerospace Education  70 min -- Cadets
Professional Development 70 min -- Seniors
1940-2050 Level One Quizzes -- Senior member officer candidates 
1940-2020 Aerospace Seminar 1 - Cadets
2020-2050 Aerospace Seminar 2 - All available members
2050-2100 Commander’s Call 10min
2100-2130 Squadron Commander’s Open Office

OFFICIAL

ROBERT P. HARTIGAN, Lt.Col., CAP
Commander
Cleveland Lakefront Thunderbirds Composite Squadron 236
216-236-8892

15 DEC 2014 Attention to Orders, Officer of the Day, Detail of the Day

posted Dec 11, 2014, 7:06 PM by robert.hartigan@ohwg.cap.gov

Thunderbirds,
All members should plan to attend this week's meeting to maintain safety currency. If you are unable to attend please inform your element leader then login into e-Services and complete an online safety briefing. 

New senior members are encouraged to review the online information about the Chuck Yeager Aerospace Achievement Award. The test is open book. Earning the award will demonstrate your commitment to one of Civil Air Patrol's three main missions. 

TBATW,
RPH

By order of the Squadron Commander:

Safety & ES Briefing Weekly Squadron Meeting
Burke Lakefront Airport (BKL), 1501 N Marginal Rd, Cleveland, OH 44114

Officer of the Day
1st Lt. Randy Ayers
Cadet TSgt Anthony Matousek

Uniform of the Day
Cadets BDU Sleeves down. 
New cadets without BDU uniforms should wear Blues (short or long sleeve)  with tie
All cadets should prepare for uniform inspection and Cadet Oath
Seniors BDU or BBDU sleeves down or Corporate Work Uniform (Blue Polo). 
All members wearing any USAF style uniform must meet USAF grooming standards.
Members wearing any uniform must comply with CAPM 39-1: Uniform Manual. 
Senior members who have not completed Level One should dress business casual (khakis or chinos with a button down or polo style shirt.)
Please no jeans

Emergency Services/Safety
Schedule for Weekly Meeting on Monday, Dec 15, 2014
1850-1900 Sign-In/ ID card Check/ Medical Emergency Forms Check (Element Leaders)
1900-1910 Opening Ceremonies/ Uniform Inspection (Flt CC or Flt Sgt)
1915-1930 Flight Commander’s Time (Drill & Ceremonies) 15 min
1930-1940 Break 10min (Wingman)
Emergency Services/Safety 70 min
1940-2020 Safety Briefing: 40min ALL MEMBERS MUST ATTEND
2020-2050 Activity: ES OPS QUAL OVERVIEW of Flight Line Marshaller, Mission Staff Assistant, Mission Radio Operator
2050-2100 Commander’s Call 10min (Sq CC)
2100-2130 Squadron Commander’s Open Office

OFFICIAL:

ROBERT P. HARTIGAN, Lt.Col., CAP
Commander
Cleveland Lakefront Thunderbirds Composite Squadron 236
216-236-8892

08 DEC 2014 Attention to Orders, Officer of the Day, Detail of the Day

posted Dec 5, 2014, 8:35 PM by robert.hartigan@ohwg.cap.gov

Thunderbirds,
Last week was a great meeting! Awards and Anniversary! Having the Ohio Wing Commander, Colonel Ted Shaffer spend the CAP Birthday with us was a treat! I want to send my gratitude to all the parents that showed up. Colonel Shaffer congratulated me for having parents' support! Thank you! More good things are in store with the coming new year. 

A comment about uniforms. This goes for Cadets and Seniors. Please remember being able to wear the USAF uniform is a privilege. Uniforms must be worn in accordance with CAP Uniform Manual 39-1. Generally speaking the uniform must be clean, pressed and wrinkle free, insignia placed and secured correctly and the wearer must meet grooming standards. Keep in mind, the USAF uniform is symbolic and represents the core values of the USAF and CAP. Failing to meet the standards set out in CAPM39-1 is not acceptable. Please take care when preparing to wear your uniform. The public will notice. If you have any questions about uniform wear and care please read CAPM39-1.

Cadet Memory Knowledge: Q: When does a cadet need a haircut? A: see bottom of email for answer

As a reminder: December's schedule is published on the Squadron website calendar. 

By order of the Squadron Commander:

Officer of the Day
2nd Lt. Brian Frolo
Cadet Brent Ellis

Uniform of the Day
Blues (short or long sleeve)  with tie
Ribbons for Phase I & II cadets
Ribbons optional for Phase III cadets and Senior Members

Schedule for Weekly Meeting on Monday, Dec 8, 2014

Leadership Laboratory & Character Development Forum 

1845-1900 Sign-In/ ID card Check/ Medical Emergency Forms Check
1900-1910 Opening Ceremonies/ Uniform Inspection
1915-1930 Flight Commanders’ Time (Drill & Ceremonies) 15 min (Reporting to an officer, hand salute & present arms)
1930-1940 Break 10min

Cadets -- Character Development 70min 
1940-2020 Character Development Forum 40min
2020-2050 Team Leadership Problem 30min

Senior Member -- Staff Meeting
1940-2050 Staff Meeting, Finance Committee Meeting, 1Q2015 Planning

2050-2100 Commander’s Call 10 min


OFFICIAL

ROBERT P. HARTIGAN, Lt.Col., CAP
Commander
Cleveland Lakefront Thunderbirds Composite Squadron 236
216-236-8892

20 November 2014, Attention to Orders: Officer of the Day, Detail of the Day, Uniform of the Day

posted Nov 18, 2014, 8:51 AM by robert.hartigan@ohwg.cap.gov

1. Officer of the Day is Capt. Peet McCain

2. Cadet Officer of the Day is Cadet 2nd Lt. Brent Ellis

3. Uniform of the Day is Short Sleeve or Long Sleeve Blues, with tie & no ribbons.

4. Cadets will be asked to recite the Cadet Oath as part of achievement testing.

5. Senior Members should review the Yeager Award materials and prepare for testing during the meeting. 

6. Any Senior Member that still needs to complete Level One please make plans to complete before month's end. 

7. Members meeting the following criteria on 30 November 2014 will be transferred to the Ohio Wing Reserve Squadron:
        a. Any member that has not been safety current for 90 consecutive days
        b. Any cadet member that has failed to progress more than 2 achievements in 6 months.
        c. Any member that has not completed require CPPT training. 
        d. Any member that has not attended any CAP meeting in 120 consecutive days. 

Agenda and Schedule is below.  

Aerospace Education Seminar
1850-1900 Sign-In/ ID card Check/ Medical Emergency Forms Check -- All members
1900-1910 Opening Ceremonies/ Uniform Inspection -- All members
1915-1930 Flight Commander’s Time (Drill & Ceremonies) 15 min -- Cadets
1915-1930 Officers Call 15 minutes -- Senior Members
1930-1940 Break 10min -- All members
Aerospace Education  70 min -- Cadets
Professional Development 70 min -- Seniors
1940-2050 Yeager Award Test prep -- Senior members & officer candidates 
1940-2020 Aerospace Seminar 1 - Cadets
2020-2050 Aerospace Seminar 2 - All available members
2050-2100 Cadet Oath & Commander’s Call 10min
2100-2130 Squadron Commander’s Open Office

13 Nov 2014 Attention to Orders, Detail for the Day, & Officer of the Day

posted Nov 11, 2014, 3:19 PM by robert.hartigan@ohwg.cap.gov

Uniform of the Day: Cadets BDU Sleeves down. Seniors BDU or BBDU sleeves down or Corporate Work Uniform.

All cadets should prepare for uniform inspection and Cadet Oath

NOTICE: Cadets that do not own a set of BDUs should wear the Blues uniform with tie no ribbons.

All members wearing the USAF style uniform must meet USAF grooming standards

Members wearing any uniform must comply with CAPM 39-1: Uniform Manual. 

New cadets without uniforms should dress business casual (khakis or chinos with a button down or polo style shirt. Please no jeans). 

Senior members who have not completed Level One should dress business casual.

Agenda and Schedule is below.  

Emergency Services/Safety
1850-1900 Sign-In/ ID card Check/ Medical Emergency Forms Check (Element Leaders)
1900-1910 Opening Ceremonies/ Uniform Inspection (Flt CC or Flt Sgt)
1915-1930 Flight Commander’s Time (Drill & Ceremonies) 15 min
1930-1940 Break 10min (Wingman)
Emergency Services/Safety 70 min
1940-2020 Safety Briefing:  40min
2020-2050 Activity: ES  
2050-2100 Commander’s Call 10min (Sq CC)
2100-2130 Squadron Commander’s Open Office

06 NOV 2014 – Officer of the Day, Detail of the Day & Uniform of the Day

posted Nov 5, 2014, 8:52 PM by robert.hartigan@ohwg.cap.gov   [ updated Nov 5, 2014, 8:52 PM ]

Officer of the Day is 2nd Lt. Brian Folo
Cadet Officer of the Day is Cadet 2nd Lt. Brent Ellis
Uniform of the Day is Short Sleeve or Long Sleeve Blues, with tie & no ribbons.
All cadets should prepare for Character Development Discussion and Group Exercise.
 
Agenda and Schedule is below.

06 NOV 2014 - Decision Making
1850-1900 Sign-In/ ID card Check/ Medical Emergency Forms Check
1900-1910 Opening Ceremonies/ Uniform Inspection
1915-1930 Flight Commander’s Time (Drill & Ceremonies) 15 min
1930-1940 Break 10min
1940-2020 Character Development 40 min
2020-2050 Leadership Laboratory 30min
2050-2100 Commander’s Call 10min
2100-2130 Squadron Commander’s Open Office

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