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Wingtips News and Photos

2012 Encampment Information

The encampment staff is looking forward to another fantastic encampment this year!

Registration is now open for encampment and RCLS.  Cost of encampment is $250.

All documents may be obtained at: https://sites.google.com/site/azwgcadets/home.  The Cadet Training Guide has been temporarily removed due to some printing issues.  Be sure to follow the directions for submission of the documents.  If you have not received the email with my address, please contact me at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

RCLS is for those cadets who have completed a basic encampment and are C/MSgt or above, or on encampment staff.  If you have already attended RCLS or COS you do not need to attend again.  Cost for RCLS is $120. 

The documents for RCLS are at the above website under the staff tab.


Don't miss out on these training opportunities!  You will learn a lot!

 

 

 

THUNDERBIRDS IN OUR BACKYARD

Submitted by Major Barbara L. Harper

Tuscon, Ariz--This past weekend, April 13 and 14, Tucson had the privilege to see the Air Force Thunderbirds perform and display with pride and precision their one hour team of “America’s Ambassadors in Blue.” Many of the Civil Air Patrol members participated in this event.  CAP Cadets were assigned to sell programs at several public entry points. Similarly, in previous years they rented chairs. The safety team led by Lt. Col John Kruger, jointly with the Arizona Highway Patrol, division of the Department of Public Safety, showed a video on driving distractions especially with large tractor vehicles. There were many handouts for the public on the CAPs role and mission. Helping Col Kruger with the exhibit were Lt. Col. Lee Hutchins, Maj Barbara Harper from the CAP, and Sgt. Philip Johnson, Officer Paul Drake, Officer Brian Shields of the Arizona Highway Patrol.

 

AZ Wing Color Guard Opens State Legislative Session

By Maj Jim Nova

The Arizona Wing of the Civil Air Patrol Color Guard presented the colors at the  opening of the April 4th,  2012 session of the Arizona House of Representatives

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Squadron 508 Cadets Meet Airforce Thunderbirds

The United States Air Force Thunderbirds are the best flying demonstration team to ever fly in America. Of course it’s not just the pilots that make up the teams; technicians, advisors and many other jobs are associated with the Thunderbirds. Wouldn’t it be a great honor to meet this very prestigious Air Force team?

The Cadets of Squadron 508 had this very opportunity

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CAP Article in Prescott Newspaper

The Prescott Daily Courier recently featured an article which highlighted CAP and the activities of squadron 206. Click the link below to read the entire article.

http://www.dcourier.com/main.asp?Search=1&ArticleID=105226&SectionID=74&SubSectionID=114&S=1

 

New Home for Yuma Squadron

The Yuma squadron has moved into its new home, which includes a hangar and  training facilities. Read more at the AZ Aviation Journal link below:

http://azaviationjournal.com/yuma-cap-finds-new-home-in-former-fedex-facility.html

 

Arizona Wing, Civil Air Patrol to Honor Rep. Jerry Weiers

(Glendale, AZ) - Having completed the new Civil Air Patrol Squadron Facility at the Glendale Municipal Airport, the CAP is honoring Rep. Jerry Weiers for his efforts

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