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Title: Maj Gen Amy S. Courter National Commander Don Rowland Executive Director Col Bill Ward CAP-USAF Commander


1
Maj Gen Amy S. CourterNational CommanderDon
RowlandExecutive DirectorCol Bill
WardCAP-USAF Commander
Winter National Board 2010
2
Membership and Resources
2010 Statistics
Membership
Senior Members 34,635
Cadets 23,941
Total 58,576
Units
HQ, Region, Wings, Groups, Squadrons 1,600
Equipment
Aircraft 550
Gliders 36
Vehicles 915
Radios Fixed Land 2,000
Radios Mobile 4,575
Radios -- Portable 3,100
3
Annual Memberships
4
Safety of our Members
As of 10 Feb 2010
  • FY08 FY09 FY10
  • A/C Accidents/100k hrs 2.84 3.57
    4.60
  • A/C Incidents 84 92
    20
  • A/C Repair Costs 685k 785k
    118k
  • Vehicle Accident Rate 0 .18
    0
  • Vehicle Incidents 21 21
    9
  • Bodily Injury rate 3.59 1.8
    4.93
  • Bodily Injury Incidents 36 51
    12
  • Fatalities 2 1
    0
  • Rates calculated per/10,000 members

5
Safety of our Members
As of 10 Feb 2010
6
Safety - What Can You Do?
  • Select and recommend only the most outstanding
    people for key positions of responsibility
  • Instructor Pilots
  • Check Pilots
  • Flight Release Officers
  • Incident Commanders
  • Wing directors of Ops, Stan/Eval, ES, etc.
  • Replace those who dont meet these high
    standards recruit role models

7
Safety - What Can You Do?
  • Be the role model enforce the rules!
  • Pick people who will enforce the rules and demand
    that others do the same
  • Dont let members have a rental car mentality
    Take ownershipthese are OUR resources!!!
  • Dont allow anyone to cut corners with training
  • Loss of trust less missions
  • Be passionate about safety!!!

8
FY10 Corporate Income
2,361,848
9
FY10 Corporate Expenses
2,361,848
10
FY10 Appropriated Budget
22,433,000
26,433,000
11
Missions/Exercises
  • Oct - Sep AF Mission Flying Hour Comparison
  • FY08 FY09 Diff
  • Air Defense 1,576 1,955 24
  • Drug Interdiction 9,272 11,677
    26
  • Range Support 503 533 6
  • Route Survey 691 764 11
  • DSCA/DR 1,921 692 - 64
  • SAR 3,717 2,839 - 24
  • Other/HLS 681 831 22
  • Trng/Prof 27,220
    31,091 14
  • Total 45,581 50,382 11

12
Orientation Flights
  • Orientation Flying Hours
  • FY08 FY09 Diff
  • AFROTC 2,410 2,834 18
  • AFJROTC 323 1,013 214
  • CAP 9,329 10,631 14
  • Total CAP cadets flown 18,265 22,064
    21
  • (front back seat)
  • FY08 Program began in March 08

13
Investing in the Future
  • Aerospace Connections in Education
  • Grades K-6
  • School Cadet Program
  • Grades 6-12

14
Cadet Programs
  • Cadet membership is up 10.7!
  • New Cadet Blog a Success
  • 198,000 visits in 2009
  • Cadets are Taking Flight
  • 7,404 cadets flown on orientation flights
  • Learn to Lead Online Cadet Testing
  • Textbook modules 1 2 launch 1 April
  • Will serve 85 of all cadets
  • Concurrently, most tests move online
  • 30 National Special Activities

15
Cyber Patriot
Building the Human Component of Cyber Security
16
Cyber Patriot
17
Professional Development
  • 2009 National Staff College
  • 84 Graduates
  • 2009 Wing Commander Course
  • 14 Graduates
  • 2010 Course dates scheduled for 13-19 March

18
Utilize Resources
  • JROTC / ROTC
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Better Business Bureau
  • Schools (public, private home school)
  • Hospitals
  • Nursing Homes
  • Shelters
  • Red Cross
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Police and Fire Departments

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20
NHQ Renovation
  • AF allocated 5M for complete renovation of NHQ
  • Facilities will contain a new floor plan,
    plumbing, wiring, lighting, insulation and HVAC
  • Project completion is scheduled for 8 April

21
Renovation Begins
22
Renovation Progress - September
23
Renovation Progress - January
24
Renovation Progress - Today
25
2009 Audit
  • External auditors currently working on FY09 audit
    at National Headquarters
  • Several Wings will be selected for potential site
    visits
  • Wings have not yet been identified
  • CAP expects to once again receive an unqualified
    audit option

26
Wing Financial Assessment
  • CAPs consolidated financial assessment indicates
    the Wings are performing better than at any
    previous time
  • For the first time, we have no Wings which are
    Very High Risk
  • 92.31 of CAP Wings are rated as Low Risk or
    Successful

27
Equipment Upgrades
  • New vehicles purchased
  • 2009 98
  • 2010 Expect to purchase 38
  • New planes purchased
  • 2009 19
  • 2010 Expect to purchase 13
  • 33M in communication equipment
  • over the past several years
  • 325 computers placedinto the field each year

28
Association Membership Software
  • TMA Resources - Personify
  • Current client base includes numerous, large,
    member-driven organizations that are similar in
    structure to CAP
  • AMS will replace current in-house membership
    database system
  • In final phase of Discovery
  • Data Conversion begins late March
  • Testing Phase set for Summer 2010

29
Operational Resource Management System
  • Replaces CATS CEMS inventory management systems
  • Changeover resulted from A-133 Single Audit
    finding
  • CEMS used as benchmark for new system
  • Soft start demonstration-mode launched on 2 Nov
  • Officially launched on 11 Jan, simultaneous with
    release of CAPR 174-1
  • New system eliminates paper recordkeeping
  • Accommodates scanned document upload
  • ORMS is your property file
  • All transactions processes will be online
  • Report of Survey
  • Annual Inventory
  • Individual Issue

30
Current Missions/Exercises
Early FY10 MD, VA, PA- ARCHER USGS GA-
American Shield- Air Defense/HLS exercise to
support Army mission SC, TX, FL, MD, HI, MA, NH
Air Intercept MD- Review shoreline around
Ocean City after past hurricane season PR-
Refinery Fire CA- JTFN Mission in Support of
USCG TX- JTFN Mission in Support of USBP IL-
ARCHER Imagery for Crashed Jet

31
Current Missions/Exercises

Ongoing DC SWR - Falcon Virgo Air Defense
practice DE, MD, AZ - Traffic monitoring
missions FL - Eglin AFB Fire Patrol SD -
Collared Animal Surveys Nationwide - Air Defense
Sector Intercepts AR, FL, MS - angler/boat
count/sundown patrol AK- Army Funeral Honor
Guard Transportation AK- Red Flag Intercepts
ME- Navy Ship Escort CT- Department of Emergency
Management supporting Nuclear Safety Emergency
Program FL- Corporate mission with city to
inspect development of airport property AR, AZ,
MS, FL, AL- Low Level Route Survey
32
Surrogate Predator
33
Surrogate Predator
  • Supports training of deploying DoD personnel for
    Green Flag East at Fort Polk, LA and Green Flag
    West at the National Training Center at Fort
    Irwin, CA Funded by Air Combat Command and Joint
    Forces Command
  • Retrofitted aircraft will primarily support this
    mission, but can be tasked for other high
    priority DSCA support
  • Expect 10 or more missions a year at each site
    with as much as 80 to 90 flight hours per mission
  • This is Government Furnished Equipment, and the
    AF sets the rules for outside-program usage
  • 2 CAP aircraft are equipped to support this
    mission

34
New Mission Potential
  • Success of the Surrogate Predator operation has
    raised the profile of CAP
  • AF Air Combat Command are looking for
    additional applications to support direct
    warfighter training
  • CAP National Headquarters and CAP-USAF are
    researching other possibilities for new missions
  • There may be additional opportunities to provide
    robust support to AF
  • Some of these opportunities may stretch the
    capabilities/stamina of CAP and will require
    commitment

35
CAP-USAF Manning
  • AF Rated Staff manning is affected by smaller
    rated force
  • Difficult to keep current billets filled
  • Deployment requirements affect additional billets
  • Aggressively working personnel system for
    solutions
  • CAP Reserve Assistance Program Manning
  • Reserve force has reached historic low 170
  • AFRC lifted hiring freeze instituted last year
  • Expecting team to begin increasing
  • FY10 Manday Budget
  • Account overspent at AF level
  • Working w/in AU/AETC to manage remainder of year
  • Regardless of the challenges, CAP-USAF is fully
    committed to Support, Liaison Oversight of CAP

36
2010 National Conference
  • Please start making plans now to join us in sunny
    San Diego for CAPs 2010 National Conference.
  • Dates are 2-5 Sep 2010

37
Snow at National Headquarters!!!
38
Thank you for your service!
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