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2013 Texas Wing Cadet Conference

The Cadet conference will be held at Space Center Houston.  Following the Opening General Session on Saturday morning the Cadets will be transported 1-mile to Space Center Houston (SCH) where they will meet and visit with NASA’s Apollo 13 Flight Director Gene Kranz, Aviation Pioneer Col. Mary Feik, and (recently added) NASA Astronaut (and CAP […]

2013 Texas Wing Conference Overall Schedule

The schedule below, and the Conference Dress Code is as follows: Pre-conference and Conference (except Awards Banquet): Class B Service Dress, Gray/White Corporate uniform, or Gray Slacks/Blue Polo Shirt Conference Awards Banquet: Class A Service Dress, Gray/White Corporate with Blazer, Civilian attire w/coat and tie, or as formal as you wish. Cadets: Service Dress (jacket […]

2013 Texas Wing Breakout Session Schedule

Friday Afternoon Breakouts Session # Instructor(s) Topic Friday 1 Maj. Jerry Green New 110-1 and related discussion 1300-1350 2 Lt. Col. Johnnie Cain Leading Volunteers AND Diversity in CAP 1400-1550 3 Maj Jack Lewis CAPERS/CAPSTAR 1500-1550 4 Capt. Morgan Montalvo Public Affairs  1600-1700 5 Col. Mike Dubois SWR ES Education & Training Program 1600-1700   […]

2013 Texas Wing Pre-Conference Course Schedule

Pre-Conference Pre-Conference Course Names Instructor(s) Thursday Friday #1 – First Aid First Aid Course Capt. Naomi Hays 0900-1800  N/A #2 – IG Senior IG Course NHQ + SWR IG 0900-1800 0800-1700 #3 – UCC Unit Commanders Course Various 0900-1800 0800-1700 #4 – MPGS MP Ground School Maj. Mike Turoff N/A 0800-1700 #5 – Comm Radio […]

2013 Wing Conference

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01 January 2013

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In the late 1930s, more than 150,000 volunteers with a love for aviation argued for an organization to put their planes and flying skills to use in defense of their country. As a result, the Civil Air Patrol was born on December 1st, 1941, one week prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Thousands of volunteer members answered America’s call to national service and sacrifice by accepting and performing critical wartime missions. Assigned to the War Department under the jurisdiction of the Army Air Corps, the contributions of Civil Air Patrol, including logging more than 500,000 flying hours, sinking two enemy submarines, and saving hundreds of crash victims during World War II, are well documented.