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Title: CIVIL AIR PATROL CADET ORIENTATION COURSE


1
CIVIL AIR PATROL CADET ORIENTATION COURSE
  • Slide Presentation

CAP Pamphlet 50-9 (E) Volume 3 15 August 1998
2
Cadet Orientation Course
WELCOME
HQ CAP Orientation Course Overview
3
Course Content
Introduction and Overview Part I CAP
History Part II CAP Missions and Organization
Part III CAP Uniforms Part IV CAP Customs and
Courtesies Part V CAP Cadet Program
Evaluation
HQ CAP Orientation Course Overview
4
Evaluation
Class discussion of video and lesson plan
Demonstration of customs and courtesies
End-of-Course Critique
HQ CAP Orientation Course Overview
5
MAIN POINTS
Formation of Civil Air Patrol Founders and
supporters of Civil Air Patrol Civil Air Patrol
during World War II Civil Air Patrol during the
post-war period Civil Air Patrol The USAFs
permanent auxiliary History and people
associated with the local unit and/or wing
HQ CAP Part I History
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Founders and Supporters
Gill Robb Wilson General H.H. (Hap) Arnold
Thomas Beck Guy Gannet Fiorello LaGuardia
Major General John F. Curry Earle L. Johnson
HQ CAP Part I History
7
Other WW II Missions
Search and Rescue (SAR) Cargo and Courier
Border Patrol Aerial Target Towing
Searchlight and Radar Training Disaster
Relief Airfield and Resource Security Pilot
Training Activities
HQ CAP Part I History
8
Public Law 476
Encourage development of aviation Encourage
contributions to public welfare Provide
aviation education and training Foster civil
aviation Private citizens assist in emergencies
HQ CAP Part I History
9
Post-war Objectives
Inform the public Provide ground and
pre-flight training Provide emergency air
service Establish radio network Encourage
flying clubs Provide cadet encampments
Provide cadet flight scholarships Encourage
model building and flying Assist veteran
employment Contribute to special projects
HQ CAP Part I History
10
CAP The USAF Auxiliary
National Security Act 1947 establishes USAF
Public Law 557 in May 1948 establishes CAP as
USAF Auxiliary
HQ CAP Part I History
11
MAIN POINTS
CAP Vision and Mission Missions of Civil Air
Patrol Organization of Civil Air Patrol Where
the local unit and wing fit Cadet roles in
aerospace education and emergency services
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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CAP Vision Statement
Civil Air Patrol, Americas Air Force Auxiliary,
building the nations finest force of citizen
volunteers… performing Missions for America.
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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CAP Mission Statement
To serve America by developing our Nations
youth accomplishing local, state and national
missions and educating our citizens to ensure
air and space supremacy
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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Missions of Civil Air Patrol
Aerospace Education Cadet Programs
Emergency Services Other Missions
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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Aerospace Education
Internal Programs External Programs
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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Cadet Programs
Aerospace Education Leadership Training
Other Benefits
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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Emergency Services
Search and Rescue (SAR) Disaster Relief
Humanitarian Services Emergency Communications
Network
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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Other Missions
Air Force Support Counterdrug
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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Organization of Civil Air Patrol
National and Regional Offices Relationship
between CAP and USAF Region and Wing Liaison
Offices
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
20
Civil Air Patrol National Board
  • National Commander
  • Senior Air Force Advisor (CAP-USAF/CC
  • National Vice Commander
  • National Chief of Staff
  • National Legal Officer
  • National Finance Officer
  • National Controller
  • 8 Region Commanders
  • 52 Wing Commanders

HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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National Executive Committee
  • National Commander
  • Senior Air Force Advisor (CAP-USAF/CC
  • National Vice Commander
  • National Chief of Staff
  • National Legal Officer
  • National Finance Officer
  • National Controller
  • 8 Region Commanders

HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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HQ CAP Corporate Offices
  • Executive Director
  • General Counsel
  • Operations
  • Aerospace Education Professional Development
  • Cadet Programs
  • Personnel
  • Mission Support
  • Plans Programs

HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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Corporate Offices (cont)
Financial Management Marketing Public
Relations Operations CAP Bookstore CAP
Supply Depot
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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CAP-USAF Offices
  • Commander
  • Vice Commander
  • Safety
  • Inspector General
  • Chaplain Services
  • Staff Judge Advocate
  • Mission Support

HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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CAP-USAF Offices (cont)
  • Operations
  • Financial Management
  • Education Training
  • Logistics

HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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CAP Field Organization
8 Regions 52 Wings Groups Squadrons
Flights
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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CAP Squadrons
Composite Squadron Cadet Squadron Senior
Squadron
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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CAP Chain of Command
CAP Headquarters Region Commander Wing
Commander Group Commander
  • Squadron Commander
  • Cadet Commander
  • Flight Commander
  • Element Leader

HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
30
Cadet Program and Aerospace Education
Orientation Flights Model Airplane Building
Model Rocketry Flight Training Orientation
About Aerospace Careers
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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Cadet Program and Emergency Services
Ground Team Administrative Support
Communications Support Flight Line Activities
Mission Flight Crew
HQ CAP Part II Missions Organization
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MAIN POINTS
Importance of Grooming and Uniform Standards
Civil Air Patrol Uniform Combinations When and
Where to Wear CAP Uniforms CAP Decorations,
Ribbons, and Badges Local Uniform Requirements
HQ CAP Part III Uniforms
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Grooming Uniform Standards
Grooming Standards Air Force Military-Style
Uniforms Must meet CAP weight standards Must
meet AF grooming standards CAP Uniform Standards
HQ CAP Part III Uniforms
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CAP Uniform Combinations
CAP Blazer Combination Blue Shirt
Combination Service Dress AF Flight Suit
CAP Jump Suit BDUs
HQ CAP Part III Uniforms
35
Wearing the Uniform
Wear Normal CAP duties Military or
commercial flights Military social functions
HQ CAP Part III Uniforms
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Wearing the Uniform
Dont Wear After the close of activities
Public demonstrations Employment or commercial
events Violent or illegal activities Foreign
countries except exchange programs
HQ CAP Part III Uniforms
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CAP Ribbons Order of Precedence
US Military Decorations Ribbons CAP
Decorations Ribbons ROTC Ribbons Foreign
Decorations
HQ CAP Part III Uniforms
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MAIN POINTS
Grade Structure of Civil Air Patrol Customs
and Courtesies of CAP Protocol and Ceremonies
Saluting Honors to the National Flag Customs
and Courtesies of the Local Unit and Wing
HQ CAP Part IV Customs Courtesies
39
Grade Structure of CAP
Senior Member Insignia Flight Officers
Senior Member Airman Insignia Cadet Officer
Insignia Cadet Airman Insignia
HQ CAP Part IV Customs Courtesies
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Customs and Courtesies of CAP
Preserve traditions Show mutual respect
Uphold the need for order Sense of belonging
HQ CAP Part IV Customs Courtesies
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Protocol and Ceremonies
Protocol Ceremonies Awards Promotion
Retirement Change of Command
Funerals Social Functions Receptions
Dining-In Dining-Out
HQ CAP Part IV Customs Courtesies
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SALUTE EVALUATION
Raise right hand smartly in most direct
manner. Extend and join the forefingers.
Place the thumb along the forefingers. Keep the
palm flat. Face the palm toward the body.
Tilt the palm slightly toward the face. Hold
the upper arm horizontal, slightly forward of the
body and parallel to the ground.
HQ CAP Part IV Customs Courtesies
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SALUTE EVALUATION (cont)
Ensure the tip of the middle finger touches the
outside corner of the right eyebrow or the front
corner of the glasses. Keep the rest of the
body at attention. To lower the salute, bring
the arm smoothly and smartly downward retracing
the same path. Return to the position of
attention.
HQ CAP Part IV Customs Courtesies
44
Saluting
Who President Medal of Honor recipients
Officers and Warrant Officers senior in rank
HQ CAP Part IV Customs Courtesies
45
Saluting
When In military-style uniform Outdoors
unless... Indoors if reporting
HQ CAP Part IV Customs Courtesies
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MAIN POINTS
The Four Phases of Cadet Training
Relationship between Training Advancement
Responsibilities to the Unit and Cadet Program
CAP Policy on Cadet Protection and Hazing The
Core Values of the US Air Force CAP Benefits
of Membership in Civil Air Patrol CAP
Publications and Indexes Local Unit and Wing
Responsibilities
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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Four Phases of the Cadet Program
  • Motivation Phase
  • Phase I The Learning Phase
  • Phase II The Leadership Phase
  • Phase III The Command Phase
  • Phase IV The Executive Phase

HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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Components of the Cadet Program
Aerospace Education Leadership Physical
Fitness Moral Leadership
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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Four Phases of the Cadet Program
Phase I The Learning Phase Phase II The
Leadership Phase Mitchell Award Phase III The
Command Phase Earhart Award Phase IV The
Executive Phase Eaker Award Spaatz Award
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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Phase I II (Mitchell Award)
Achievements 1 - 8 Aerospace Education
Leadership Physical Fitness Moral
Leadership Encampment
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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CAP Encampment
Aerospace Education Leadership Relationship
between CAP and USAF USAF Basic Aerospace
Doctrine Physical Fitness CAP Missions
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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Phase III (Earhart Award)
Achievements 8 - 11 Leadership Staff Duty
Analysis Physical Fitness Moral Leadership
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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Phase IV (Eaker Award)
Achievements 12 16 Leadership Staff Duty
Analysis Physical Fitness Moral
Leadership Spaatz Award
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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Cadet Grade
Motivation Phase Cadet Airman Basic Phase I Cadet
Airman Cadet Airman First Class Cadet Senior
Airman Phase II Cadet Staff Sergeant Cadet
Technical Sergeant Cadet Master Sergeant Cadet
Senior Master Sergeant Cadet Chief Master Sergeant
Mitchell Award Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Phase
III Cadet 1st Lieutenant Earhart Award Cadet
Captain Phase IV Cadet Major Eaker Award Cadet
Lieutenant Colonel Spaatz Award Cadet Colonel
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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CAP Cadet Responsibilities
Membership is a Privilege Membership
Requirements Membership Termination
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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Cadet Protection Policy
CAP Policy on Hazing
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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Air Force Core Values
Integrity first Service before self Excellence in
all we do
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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Why Core Values?
Core Values are the price of admission Core
Values are universal and unchanging Core Values
fix the ethical climate Core Values guide us
back to ethical behavior
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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CAP Core Values
Integrity Excellence Volunteerism Trust Dependabil
ity Respect Fun
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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Member Benefits
Training Uniforms Awards Orientation
Flights Model Rocketry Building Flight
Training
Activities Scholarships Advanced placement
when enlisting in USAF Advanced placement in
AFROTC Special consideration for USAFA Prep
School
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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CAP Activities
International Air Cadet Exchange (IACE) Cadet
Officer School (COS) National Flight Academies
(NFA) Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Orientation Course Jacksonville University/COMAIR
Academy Airline Training Track
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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CAP Activities (cont)
Blue Beret Pararescue Orientation Course
(PJOC) Advanced Pararescue Orientation Course
(APJOC) AETC Familiarization Course (AETCFC) AF
Space Command Familiarization Course (AFSCFC)
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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CAP Activities (cont)
National Ground Search and Rescue School
(NGSAR) Hawk Mountain Ranger School National
Cadet Summer Encampment
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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CAP Publications and Indexes 0 Indexes 5
Publications Management 10 Administrative
Communications 20 Organization and Mission 35
Personnel Procedures 39 Personnel- General 50
Training 55 Operations 60 Flying
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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CAP Publications and Indexes (cont) 62 Safety
66 Maintenance of CAP Aircraft 67 Supply 76
Transportation 77 Motor Vehicles 87 Real
Estate 100 Communications Electronics 111
Legal 112 Claims
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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CAP Publications and Indexes (cont) 123
Inspection 147 Exchange Service 173 Finance
160 Medical 190 Public Affairs 210 History
265 Chaplain Activities 280 Aerospace
Education 900 Miscellaneous
HQ CAP Part V Cadet Programs
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