Presentation on theme: "SW National Test 2014-2015 Study Guide. Basic SW Knowledge Motto: Knowledge, wisdom and courage to serve Colors Blue - Representing the sky above."— Presentation transcript:
Basic SW Knowledge Motto: Knowledge, wisdom and courage to serve Colors Blue - Representing the sky above and the Airpower we support White - Representing the purity of our intent and our loyalty to our country Objectives Personal Development Professional Development Civic Awareness On Silver Wings Official National Silver Wings newsletter
Basic SW Knowledge Founded at University of Omaha, 1952 Originally known as Angel Flight SW Crest Symbolizes the strength of the organization, wings representing the chapters which are held up by the torch of knowledge. JNP—Joint National Project Reaching Out Each candidate class needs 20 hours SNP—Signature National Project National Defense SWM—Silver Wings National Manual Basic manual for Silver Wings and describes national policies and procedures.
Conclaves A University may submit a bid to host NATCON/ARCON at the upcoming conclave Voting Members One delegate from each chapter Region Presidents NATCON—National Conclave Held in Chicago (CHICON) April 2015 Opportunity for SW and AAS members from every Area/Region to meet, attend business sessions, vote on important topics and much more. ARCON—Area/Region Conclave There are 11 Area/Regions, nationwide Held by a Chapter/Squadron in your region Opportunity for SW and AAS members within a region to meet, attend business sessions, vote on important topics etc.
Associate Member Process Orientation Workshop Professional Workshop Military Workshop Community Service Event Fundraising Event Formal Event Arnold Air Society educational workshop Parliamentary Procedures Workshop Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised
National Headquarters Voted in at NATCON by the SW General Assembly Silver Wings National Headquarters Currently held at Auburn University SW National President Ms. Christina Aycock Arnold Air Society National Headquarters Currently held at Rochester Institute of Technology AAS National President C/Brig. Gen. John McCartney
Executive Management Center Co-Executive Directors Brig. Gen. Dan Woodward Maj. Gen. Maggie Woodward Objectives of EMC To provide a point of contact for chapter presidents To centralize management at a national level To provide continuity each year as National HQ changes To provide a point of contact with other agencies such as Air Force HQ, AFROTC HQ, and AFA Permanent headquarters that stores history about Silver Wings and its chapters
Acronyms to Know NCOP National Chief of Protocol NBC National Business Chair RP Region President AFA Air Force Association JNP Joint National Project SNP Signature National Project AAS Arnold Air Society EMC Executive Management Center PAS Professor of Aerospace Studies NAC National Administrative Consultant NHP National Honorary President SWM Silver Wings National Manual
Arnold Air Society Founded at University of Cincinnati, 1947 Three Objectives To create a more efficient relationship among Air Force officer candidates, in particular within the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. To aid in the development of effective Air Force officers. To further the purpose, traditions, and concepts of the United States Air Force Colors White—purity of our intent Red—for the blood shed Blue—for the skies we fly Gold—for our warrior spirit and our wings