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An celebratory day of numerous promotions, with 4/6 recognizing The Billy Mitchell Award!

In detail:

C/Capt Hayase completed his next achievement on the road to C/Major.

C/2d Lts Han, Ahn and Scott received their Billy Mitchell certificates.

C/2d Lt James promoted officially to C/2d Lt.

C/CMSgt Moten completed her Armstrong achievement.

C/2d Lt James has been recognized as a Cisco Technician.

#civilairpatrol #usafaux #capferlyfe #cawg #cawgcadets #leadership #aerospace #cyberpatriot #cisco #cadetprograms #cadet #california #longbeach #fullerton #anaheim #losangeles #bestleadtherest #promotion #award @ Fullerton Municipal Airport
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2 days ago

The United States Air Force and Civil Air Patrol are trying out a new joint approach to help tackle the service’s pilot shortage. Read more at bit.ly/PilotPrepProgram.

#USAF #AirForce #CAP #aviation #avgeek #pilotshortage #defense
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What does CAC do ???? This is what National CAC did ...After years of tireless work, the NCAC is pleased to announce the Cadet Program’s three newest renamed achievements! Effective 1 October 2019, Achievement 10 will be known as the Lt Willa Brown Achievement; Achievement 14 will be known as the Col George Boyd Achievement; and Achievement 15 will be known as the Dr. Sally Ride Achievement! This is a historic moment for Civil Air Patrol, so be sure to check out the official certificates if you’re at the National Conference in Baltimore! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

What does CAC do ????    This is what National CAC did ...

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3 weeks ago

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This past week South Coast Group 7, Civil Air Patrol hosted a Basic CyberCamp emphasizing hands-on learning of cyber security principles, cyber safety and how to protect personal devices during everyday use.

Six cadets representing #Los Alamitos Cadet Squadron 153 Civil Air Patrol, #Civil Air Patrol - Squadron 68, Costa Mesa and #Fullerton Composite Squadron 56 participated in the camp and competed in a mini cyber competition at the end of the week.

The cadets were instructed by C/CMSgt Jesse James and C/MSgt Stella Hong, who have both successfully competed in the National CyberPatriot Competition.

A special shout out to @JFTB StarBase for use of their classroom.

CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Education Program created by the Air Force Association (AFA) to inspire K-12 students toward careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines critical to our nation's future.

#CAP Cyber Programs
#California Wing Cadet Programs
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3 weeks ago

This week is expected to be hot. Temperatures will exceed 80°F. Please drink water, have shade available, and take breaks as needed. See below for some additional tips.

Preventing Heat Stress

Before heading outside check weather temperatures, and check frequently as needed since weather conditions may change quickly at times.

If temperature is 80°F degrees or hotter, shade should be present.

Block out direct sun or other heat sources.

Use cooling fans/air-conditioning; increase the number of water and rest breaks.

Drink lots of water; about 1 cup every 15 minutes. Do not wait until you are thirsty.

Avoid alcohol, caffeinated drinks, energy drinks, or heavy meals.

Wear lightweight, light colored, loose-fitting clothes.

If exercising, consider early morning or later in the evening when temperatures are cooler.

Know signs/symptoms of heat-related illnesses; and monitor yourself, friends and coworkers.
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4 weeks ago

This week is expected to be hot. Temperatures will exceed 80°F. Please drink water, have shade available, and take breaks as needed.   See below for some additional tips.  
 
Preventing Heat Stress

Before heading outside check weather temperatures, and check frequently as needed since weather conditions may change quickly at times.

If temperature is 80°F degrees or hotter, shade should be present.

Block out direct sun or other heat sources.  

Use cooling fans/air-conditioning; increase the number of water and rest breaks.

Drink lots of water; about 1 cup every 15 minutes. Do not wait until you are thirsty. 

Avoid alcohol, caffeinated drinks, energy drinks, or heavy meals.

Wear lightweight, light colored, loose-fitting clothes.

If exercising, consider early morning or later in the evening when temperatures are cooler.  

Know signs/symptoms of heat-related illnesses; and monitor yourself, friends and coworkers.

Congratulations to our newest General Billy Mitchell Awardees: C/2d Lt David Han and C/2d Lt Austin Ahn! These two cadets have now reached the top 15% of the cadet program by achieving this promotion.

#cap #cawg #civilairpatrol #capferlyfe #goflycap #leadership #aerospace #usafaux #lieutenant #cadetprograms #cadet #cadetlife #fullerton #longbeach #anaheim #losangeles #bestleadtherest #billymitchell @ Fullerton Composite Squadron 56, Civil Air Patrol
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4 weeks ago

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