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1 Welcome to the WNY Group Staff Meeting -

2 Group Staff Updates Group Staff Updates - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Safety - Safety - Communications - Communications - Transportation - Transportation - Cadet Programs - Cadet Programs - Professional Development - Professional Development - Finance - Finance - Aerospace Education - Aerospace Education - Administration and Personnel - Administration and Personnel - Chaplain - Chaplain - Plans and Programs - Plans and Programs - Public Affairs Officer - Public Affairs Officer

3 WNY Group Operations

4 Aircraft incident at Royalton airport: Sat, 5 JUL, an “Ultralight” or LSA crashed shortly after takeoff from Royalton. Capt Bob Wantuck was in the area on a training sortie and was contacted by Royalton UNICOM to see if he could assist. Capt Wantuck, although flying solo, performed a search of the area, located the downed aircraft and helped direct rescuers to the aircraft. This was an outstanding find by Capt Wantuck. Constant Watch 14 communications exercise JUN: HF radio stations at Jamestown and NFAFB operational both days. VHF mobile station active at Akron airport Sat, 21 JUN. 5 WNY members participated. NYW was very happy to have us join in. SAREX “On The Border” JUL: WNY Group was assigned a search area from the Peace Bridge along the Lake Erie shore to the NY/PA border, one of the longest segments in NYW. Last sortie was switched to cover Lake Ontario from the Niagara River to Braddock Bay near Rochester. Special thanks to Capt Bob Wantuck who flew all three sorties,and Lt Col Jerry Terhaar who flew as the evaluator on all three sorties. Also thanks to Capt Tom Joneson who acted as a mobile radio relay between Dunkirk and Ripley NY in his POV. One trainee was on every sortie. Very low turnout by qualified members, especially base staff. Base was understaffed, trained and trainee cadets handled most radio communications and MSA tasks. The cadets worked very hard and did an outstanding job! Upcoming Training events - NER Aircrew school – Information sent to units AUG., SARTAC Ground Team School. Hampton Bays NY. Application period open at SEPT. SARTAC Aircrew school, Rochester NY. Pending approval. NYW SAREX. “Firewatch” exercise. Dates and details TBA. Notes - We need to increase our member participation in training exercises. Col Perta has made this an emphasis item. Funding is available, if we need assistance with local training, we can request it from NYW & FLG on an as available basis. The attendance at the SAREX last weekend was extremely low, especially on the Senior member side. This did have a negative impact on our ability to conduct training for ground team and base staff positions.. Group Emergency Services 1/2

5 SAREX AAR Continued: Very low turnout by qualified members, especially base staff. Base was understaffed, trained and trainee cadets handled most radio communications and MSA tasks. The cadets worked very hard and did an outstanding job! Upcoming Training events - 1. NER Aircrew school – Information sent to units AUG., SARTAC Ground Team School. Hampton Bays NY. Application period open at SEPT. SARTAC Aircrew school, Rochester NY. Pending approval. 4. NYW SAREX. “Firewatch” exercise. Dates and details TBA. Special Emphasis: We need to increase our member participation in training exercises. Col Perta has made this an emphasis item. Funding is available, if we need assistance with local training, we can request it from NYW & FLG on an as available basis. The attendance at the SAREX last weekend was extremely low, especially on the Senior member side. This did have a negative impact on our ability to conduct training for ground team and base staff positions. Group Emergency Services 2/2

6 Group Staff Updates Group Staff Updates - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Safety - Safety - Communications - Communications - Transportation - Transportation - Cadet Programs - Cadet Programs - Professional Development - Professional Development - Finance - Finance - Aerospace Education - Aerospace Education - Administration and Personnel - Administration and Personnel - Chaplain - Chaplain - Plans and Programs - Plans and Programs

7 Group Staff Updates Group Staff Updates - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Safety - Safety - Communications - Communications - Transportation - Transportation - Cadet Programs - Cadet Programs - Professional Development - Professional Development - Finance - Finance - Aerospace Education - Aerospace Education - Administration and Personnel - Administration and Personnel - Chaplain - Chaplain - Plans and Programs - Plans and Programs - Public Affairs Officer - Public Affairs Officer

8 Group Staff Updates Group Staff Updates - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Safety - Safety - Communications - Communications - Transportation - Transportation - Cadet Programs - Cadet Programs - Professional Development - Professional Development - Finance - Finance - Aerospace Education - Aerospace Education - Administration and Personnel - Administration and Personnel - Chaplain - Chaplain - Plans and Programs - Plans and Programs - Public Affairs Officer - Public Affairs Officer

9 Transportation – Van Policy - For the last three years, Lt Cols Maternowski and Terhaar have paid a substantial amount of money due to the reluctance of other units to contribute to the operation of the van. This is not fair. - It is incumbent on all the units in the group to make efficient use of this asset. Your sqdn/flight has the ability to request use of the van for a specific stated purpose - all that is required is that you inform Lt Col Terhaar and make arrangements to pick up the van when you require it. - Your responsibility is to carry the cost of fueling the van during the period in which you wish to use it. - Our Mission Readiness rating depends on our ability, and willingness to make efficient use of the assets provided to us by NY Wing, and the Air Force, and act IAW the new NYWg Policy of the use of the van ed two weeks ago. In the future I need: 1. All units must use this asset when needed, especially when placed on a mission. 2. Refuel the van when required – whenever you use the vehicle. 3. Shared responsibility. If we aren ’ t stewards of the Air Force ’ s assets, the van might be removed from the Group which will make us non-mission ready/capable and no longer a viable ES asset.

10 Group Staff Updates Group Staff Updates - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Safety - Safety - Communications - Communications - Transportation - Transportation - Cadet Programs - Cadet Programs - Professional Development - Professional Development - Finance - Finance - Aerospace Education - Aerospace Education - Administration and Personnel - Administration and Personnel - Chaplain - Chaplain - Plans and Programs - Plans and Programs - Public Affairs Officer - Public Affairs Officer

11 Cadet Programs Update 1/5 I. GROUP CADET ACTIVITY REPORT Southtowns Squadron Fly-In Breakfast & Bivouac – June Cadets from WNY Group participated. AE activity and ES training conducted. Central New York Group Rifles and Ropes Course June 2014 Cadets from WNY Group participated. Several earned the Pro Marksman Award. Geneseo Air Show – July 2014 Any cadets from WNY Group participate? Cadets Spreading the Word: Cadets marched in area Independence Day Parades. II. CADET ACTIVITY CALENDAR WNY Group WNY Group CyberPatriot Team (ongoing) Organization of teams has started. Capt Erckert is the Activity Officer. Please contact him for more information on how to register cadets and mentors. WNY Group CAC Meeting – 15 July 2014 CAC meeting during the July Group staff meeting. Pine Hill Airport RC Jet Rally – August 2014 WNY Group AE activity. More information TBA. Trip to USAF Museum at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio – October 2014 Details TBA New York Wing NY Wing Leadership Encampment & Solo Flight Academy – July 2014 See website for full details: Finger Lakes Group - Rochester Air Show – August 2014 Cadets and seniors from the Wing invited. See separate and future updates from FLG for more information. III. CADET PROGRAM NEWS New CAPR Cadet Program Management 19 June 2014 New Requirements Summary: Introduces the “Cadet Wingman Course,” wrapping the Curry’s introduction to CPP. Requires cadet and composite squadrons to have at least two TLC graduates on their roster (1 April 2015). Requires squadron meetings to fulfill the basic content requirements – 1.5 hrs leadership, 1.5 hrs aerospace, 1 hr fitness, 1 hr character per month (1September 2014). Requires squadrons to match new cadets with mentors. Mandates the use of promotion boards, at least administratively, but in-person boards where the cadet discusses the CAPF 50 are required only once per phase (1 September 2014). Clears-up a previously ambiguous matter regarding activities outside the home unit; cadets will need unit, wing, and region approval, as the case may be, to participate outside the squadron (1 September 2014). See last page of CAPR for a full summary. New CAPR Cadet Protection Policy (CPP): All cadet program leaders must be familiar with this new regulation. Virginia Wing put together a good overview of the changes on their website at Educational posters are being sent to squadrons this summer. Drafts of an updated CAPP Cadet Protection Policy Implementation Guide are scheduled to be available soon. Three new required training courses – Cadet Protection Basic Course, Cadet Protection Advanced Course, and the Cadet Wingman Course – will post to the Cadet Programs Proving Grounds and be fully available by September. Members who completed an earlier edition of CPPT before this regulation took effect will have until 31 March 2015 to complete. Overnight Cadet Activities: Beginning 1 October 2014 overnight activities with male and female cadets will require co-ed adult leader supervision. See CAPR for details. Per NYWG/CC: Emphasis item is to have a list of senior member staff that supervise and are present. Will work on an on-line reporting format to document this requirement. Until then, please forward an after activity report through channels to the Wing and Vice Commanders. New CAPF 32 Cadet Activity Permission Slip: New CAPR mandates that the CAPF 32 Cadet Activity Permission Slip will be used for all activities beyond weekly squadron meetings or for activities that take place in a location other than the unit’s normal meeting facility. Additional forms (31, 160, 161, etc.) may also be required depending on the activity. See the following link for updated Questions & Answers on CAPF 32: New Uniform Manual CAPM 39-1 No CAP cutouts for C/ABs. Reminder - cadets over the age of 18 who do not meet the height/weight standards (like seniors) must wear the corporate uniform. Cadets wear the same insignia as on the Blues. New York Wing Cadet Program Goals Please see 30 June 2014 Memo from Lt Col Miller, NYWG/DCP IV. NIAGARA FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION LIAISON: Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between WNY Group and Niagara Falls ARS. CAP-USAF/JA has completed their initial review. 914AW is currently revising document. LO will coordinate with 914AW, NYWG and NHQ. The base CAP license is also up for renewal. CC and LO will coordinate with NYWG and NFARS.

12 Cadet Programs Update 2/5 II. CADET ACTIVITY CALENDAR WNY Group WNY Group CyberPatriot Team (ongoing) Organization of teams has started. Capt Erckert is the Activity Officer. Please contact him for more information on how to register cadets and mentors. WNY Group CAC Meeting – 15 July 2014 CAC meeting during the July Group staff meeting. Pine Hill Airport RC Jet Rally – August 2014 WNY Group AE activity. More information TBA. Trip to USAF Museum at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio – October 2014 Details TBA New York Wing NY Wing Leadership Encampment & Solo Flight Academy – July 2014 See website for full details: Finger Lakes Group - Rochester Air Show – August 2014 Cadets and seniors from the Wing invited. See separate and future updates from FLG for more information. III. CADET PROGRAM NEWS New CAPR Cadet Program Management 19 June 2014 New Requirements Summary: Introduces the “Cadet Wingman Course,” wrapping the Curry’s introduction to CPP. Requires cadet and composite squadrons to have at least two TLC graduates on their roster (1 April 2015). Requires squadron meetings to fulfill the basic content requirements – 1.5 hrs leadership, 1.5 hrs aerospace, 1 hr fitness, 1 hr character per month (1September 2014). Requires squadrons to match new cadets with mentors. Mandates the use of promotion boards, at least administratively, but in-person boards where the cadet discusses the CAPF 50 are required only once per phase (1 September 2014). Clears-up a previously ambiguous matter regarding activities outside the home unit; cadets will need unit, wing, and region approval, as the case may be, to participate outside the squadron (1 September 2014). See last page of CAPR for a full summary. New CAPR Cadet Protection Policy (CPP): All cadet program leaders must be familiar with this new regulation. Virginia Wing put together a good overview of the changes on their website at Educational posters are being sent to squadrons this summer. Drafts of an updated CAPP Cadet Protection Policy Implementation Guide are scheduled to be available soon. Three new required training courses – Cadet Protection Basic Course, Cadet Protection Advanced Course, and the Cadet Wingman Course – will post to the Cadet Programs Proving Grounds and be fully available by September. Members who completed an earlier edition of CPPT before this regulation took effect will have until 31 March 2015 to complete. Overnight Cadet Activities: Beginning 1 October 2014 overnight activities with male and female cadets will require co-ed adult leader supervision. See CAPR for details. Per NYWG/CC: Emphasis item is to have a list of senior member staff that supervise and are present. Will work on an on-line reporting format to document this requirement. Until then, please forward an after activity report through channels to the Wing and Vice Commanders. New CAPF 32 Cadet Activity Permission Slip: New CAPR mandates that the CAPF 32 Cadet Activity Permission Slip will be used for all activities beyond weekly squadron meetings or for activities that take place in a location other than the unit’s normal meeting facility. Additional forms (31, 160, 161, etc.) may also be required depending on the activity. See the following link for updated Questions & Answers on CAPF 32: New Uniform Manual CAPM 39-1 No CAP cutouts for C/ABs. Reminder - cadets over the age of 18 who do not meet the height/weight standards (like seniors) must wear the corporate uniform. Cadets wear the same insignia as on the Blues. New York Wing Cadet Program Goals Please see 30 June 2014 Memo from Lt Col Miller, NYWG/DCP IV. NIAGARA FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION LIAISON: Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between WNY Group and Niagara Falls ARS. CAP-USAF/JA has completed their initial review. 914AW is currently revising document. LO will coordinate with 914AW, NYWG and NHQ. The base CAP license is also up for renewal. CC and LO will coordinate with NYWG and NFARS.

13 Cadet Programs Update 3/5 New York Wing NY Wing Leadership Encampment & Solo Flight Academy – July 2014 See website for full details: Finger Lakes Group - Rochester Air Show – August 2014 Cadets and seniors from the Wing invited. See separate and future updates from FLG for more information. III. CADET PROGRAM NEWS New CAPR Cadet Program Management 19 June 2014 New Requirements Summary: Introduces the “Cadet Wingman Course,” wrapping the Curry’s introduction to CPP. Requires cadet and composite squadrons to have at least two TLC graduates on their roster (1 April 2015). Requires squadron meetings to fulfill the basic content requirements – 1.5 hrs leadership, 1.5 hrs aerospace, 1 hr fitness, 1 hr character per month (1September 2014). Requires squadrons to match new cadets with mentors. Mandates the use of promotion boards, at least administratively, but in-person boards where the cadet discusses the CAPF 50 are required only once per phase (1 September 2014). Clears-up a previously ambiguous matter regarding activities outside the home unit; cadets will need unit, wing, and region approval, as the case may be, to participate outside the squadron (1 September 2014). See last page of CAPR for a full summary. New CAPR Cadet Protection Policy (CPP): All cadet program leaders must be familiar with this new regulation. Virginia Wing put together a good overview of the changes on their website at Educational posters are being sent to squadrons this summer. Drafts of an updated CAPP Cadet Protection Policy Implementation Guide are scheduled to be available soon. Three new required training courses – Cadet Protection Basic Course, Cadet Protection Advanced Course, and the Cadet Wingman Course – will post to the Cadet Programs Proving Grounds and be fully available by September. Members who completed an earlier edition of CPPT before this regulation took effect will have until 31 March 2015 to complete. Overnight Cadet Activities: Beginning 1 October 2014 overnight activities with male and female cadets will require co-ed adult leader supervision. See CAPR for details. Per NYWG/CC: Emphasis item is to have a list of senior member staff that supervise and are present. Will work on an on-line reporting format to document this requirement. Until then, please forward an after activity report through channels to the Wing and Vice Commanders. New CAPF 32 Cadet Activity Permission Slip: New CAPR mandates that the CAPF 32 Cadet Activity Permission Slip will be used for all activities beyond weekly squadron meetings or for activities that take place in a location other than the unit’s normal meeting facility. Additional forms (31, 160, 161, etc.) may also be required depending on the activity. See the following link for updated Questions & Answers on CAPF 32: New Uniform Manual CAPM 39-1 No CAP cutouts for C/ABs. Reminder - cadets over the age of 18 who do not meet the height/weight standards (like seniors) must wear the corporate uniform. Cadets wear the same insignia as on the Blues. New York Wing Cadet Program Goals Please see 30 June 2014 Memo from Lt Col Miller, NYWG/DCP IV. NIAGARA FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION LIAISON: Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between WNY Group and Niagara Falls ARS. CAP-USAF/JA has completed their initial review. 914AW is currently revising document. LO will coordinate with 914AW, NYWG and NHQ. The base CAP license is also up for renewal. CC and LO will coordinate with NYWG and NFARS.

14 Cadet Programs Update 4/5 New CAPR Cadet Protection Policy (CPP): All cadet program leaders must be familiar with this new regulation. Virginia Wing put together a good overview of the changes on their website at Educational posters are being sent to squadrons this summer. Drafts of an updated CAPP Cadet Protection Policy Implementation Guide are scheduled to be available soon. Three new required training courses – Cadet Protection Basic Course, Cadet Protection Advanced Course, and the Cadet Wingman Course – will post to the Cadet Programs Proving Grounds and be fully available by September. Members who completed an earlier edition of CPPT before this regulation took effect will have until 31 March 2015 to complete. Overnight Cadet Activities: Beginning 1 October 2014 overnight activities with male and female cadets will require co-ed adult leader supervision. See CAPR for details. Per NYWG/CC: Emphasis item is to have a list of senior member staff that supervise and are present. Will work on an on-line reporting format to document this requirement. Until then, please forward an after activity report through channels to the Wing and Vice Commanders. New CAPF 32 Cadet Activity Permission Slip: New CAPR mandates that the CAPF 32 Cadet Activity Permission Slip will be used for all activities beyond weekly squadron meetings or for activities that take place in a location other than the unit’s normal meeting facility. Additional forms (31, 160, 161, etc.) may also be required depending on the activity. See the following link for updated Questions & Answers on CAPF 32: New Uniform Manual CAPM 39-1 No CAP cutouts for C/ABs. Reminder - cadets over the age of 18 who do not meet the height/weight standards (like seniors) must wear the corporate uniform. Cadets wear the same insignia as on the Blues. New York Wing Cadet Program Goals Please see 30 June 2014 Memo from Lt Col Miller, NYWG/DCP IV. NIAGARA FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION LIAISON: Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between WNY Group and Niagara Falls ARS. CAP-USAF/JA has completed their initial review. 914AW is currently revising document. LO will coordinate with 914AW, NYWG and NHQ. The base CAP license is also up for renewal. CC and LO will coordinate with NYWG and NFARS.

15 Cadet Programs Update 5/5 New CAPF 32 Cadet Activity Permission Slip: New CAPR mandates that the CAPF 32 Cadet Activity Permission Slip will be used for all activities beyond weekly squadron meetings or for activities that take place in a location other than the unit’s normal meeting facility. Additional forms (31, 160, 161, etc.) may also be required depending on the activity. See the following link for updated Questions & Answers on CAPF 32: New Uniform Manual CAPM 39-1 No CAP cutouts for C/ABs. Reminder - cadets over the age of 18 who do not meet the height/weight standards (like seniors) must wear the corporate uniform. Cadets wear the same insignia as on the Blues. New York Wing Cadet Program Goals Please see 30 June 2014 Memo from Lt Col Miller, NYWG/DCP IV. NIAGARA FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION LIAISON: Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between WNY Group and Niagara Falls ARS. CAP-USAF/JA has completed their initial review. 914AW is currently revising document. LO will coordinate with 914AW, NYWG and NHQ. The base CAP license is also up for renewal. CC and LO will coordinate with NYWG and NFARS.

16 Group Staff Updates Group Staff Updates - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Safety - Safety - Communications - Communications - Transportation - Transportation - Cadet Programs - Cadet Programs - Professional Development - Professional Development - Finance - Finance - Aerospace Education - Aerospace Education - Administration and Personnel - Administration and Personnel - Chaplain - Chaplain - Plans and Programs - Plans and Programs - Public Affairs Officer - Public Affairs Officer

17 Group Staff Updates Group Staff Updates - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Safety - Safety - Communications - Communications - Transportation - Transportation - Cadet Programs - Cadet Programs - Professional Development - Professional Development - Finance - Finance - Aerospace Education - Aerospace Education - Administration and Personnel - Administration and Personnel - Chaplain - Chaplain - Plans and Programs - Plans and Programs - Public Affairs Officer - Public Affairs Officer

18 Group Staff Updates Group Staff Updates - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Safety - Safety - Communications - Communications - Transportation - Transportation - Cadet Programs - Cadet Programs - Professional Development - Professional Development - Finance - Finance - Aerospace Education - Aerospace Education - Administration and Personnel - Administration and Personnel - Chaplain - Chaplain - Plans and Programs - Plans and Programs - Public Affairs Officer - Public Affairs Officer

19 Aerospace Education - Orientation Flights: 1. Hamburg Fly in flights canceled due to illness. 2. Dunkirk. We had a last minute opportunity to hold O-flights at the fly in breakfast. Weather did not cooperate and aircraft will be unavailable during NYW encampment, being used for flight academy. Dunkirk, please see if there would be a weekday afternoon when your cadets would be available, will try to schedule flights. - Model Rocketry - Units participating, please let 1st Lt Schmid know if you need any assistance and when you will be flying. Also, photographs of building and launching rockets are needed for AAR to NHQ. - WPAFB Trip, see Southtowns report. - Pine Hill R/C Jet rally. See Southtowns report - Unit/Group AEX activity - Southtowns is almost complete, other units, please report progress by end of month. - Remember to file completion reports on e-services by end of August to receive credit. This is one of the things NHQ looks at for the Quality Cadet Unit Award. Any unit needing assistance, please ask.

20 Group Staff Updates Group Staff Updates - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Safety - Safety - Communications - Communications - Transportation - Transportation - Cadet Programs - Cadet Programs - Professional Development - Professional Development - Finance - Finance - Aerospace Education - Aerospace Education - Administration and Personnel - Administration and Personnel - Chaplain - Chaplain - Plans and Programs - Plans and Programs - Public Affairs Officer - Public Affairs Officer

21 Group Staff Updates Group Staff Updates - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Safety - Safety - Communications - Communications - Transportation - Transportation - Cadet Programs - Cadet Programs - Professional Development - Professional Development - Finance - Finance - Aerospace Education - Aerospace Education - Administration and Personnel - Administration and Personnel - Chaplain - Chaplain - Plans and Programs - Plans and Programs - Public Affairs Officer - Public Affairs Officer

22 Group Staff Updates Group Staff Updates - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Safety - Safety - Communications - Communications - Transportation - Transportation - Cadet Programs - Cadet Programs - Professional Development - Professional Development - Finance - Finance - Aerospace Education - Aerospace Education - Administration and Personnel - Administration and Personnel - Chaplain - Chaplain - Plans and Programs - Plans and Programs - Public Affairs Officer - Public Affairs Officer

23 Plans and Programs Plans and Programs

24 Group Staff Updates Group Staff Updates - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Operations (Stan Eval, Emergency Services, Acft Mx) - Safety - Safety - Communications - Communications - Transportation - Transportation - Cadet Programs - Cadet Programs - Professional Development - Professional Development - Finance - Finance - Aerospace Education - Aerospace Education - Administration and Personnel - Administration and Personnel - Chaplain - Chaplain - Plans and Programs - Plans and Programs - Public Affairs Officer (PAO) - Public Affairs Officer (PAO)

25 Updates NY 020 (South Towns) 1/2 Updates NY 020 (South Towns) 1/2 Memberships: One new cadet, three prospects, one cadet dropped, one cadet temporarily transferred to a unit in HI wing. Promotions: 5 Cadet promotions this month. Major Activities during the past 30 days: - CAEF Golf tournament,30 JUN. 1 Senior and 2 cadets attended to assist with refreshments. - One cadet attended and graduated PJOC. - SAREX – 12 members, 3 seniors, 9 cadets attended. One new GTM3 fully signed off, multiplemembers received significant training, at least three only need CAP Test 117 &/or FEMA courses to complete qualification. - New unit patch, design is in final stages, color selections. Awaiting colorized drawing to submit for approval. -Constant Watch Senior members were at Akron and NFAFB Sat 21 JUN, both at NFAFB Sun 22 JUN. Exercise went well, also practiced VHF base – mobile communications. - Emergency Services: New qualifications, 1 OSC, 1 GTM3. Multiple members approaching qualifications including AOBD, GTL, GTM2 & 3, MRO, MSA. One working on IC3. Upcoming events - Pine Hill R/C Jet rally JUL. Pine Hill Airport & event team will be having a planning meeting shortly, we have been invited to send a member to this and will attend. with preliminary event information will be out to unit commanders later this week. Requesting use of the group van. WPAFB Trip. Due to very high costs for charter bus, we will be forced to use CAP vans. NYW LG, Lt Col Lefeber has informed us that we can have as many COV's as needed. Cost to use COV is significantly less than a charter bus. May also have access issue with bus at WPAFB. Preliminary itinerary and cost estimate will be out ASAP. Cost cannot be finalized until shortly before trip due to possible change of rate at Air Force Inn at beginning of new fiscal year. SARTAC Mission Base school. Unknown if NYW will continue to run SARTAC after Aircrew school in Rochester this Sept.

26 Updates NY 020 (South Towns) 2/2 Updates NY 020 (South Towns) 2/2 Major Activities next 30 days: Jul Pine Hill R/C Jet rally: Pine Hill Airport & event team will be having a planning meeting shortly, we have been invited to send a member to this and will attend. with preliminary event information will be out to unit commanders later this week. Requesting use of the group van. - WPAFB Trip. Due to very high costs for charter bus, we will be forced to use CAP vans. NYW LG, Lt Col Lefeber has informed us that we can have as many COV's as needed. Cost to use COV is significantly less than a charter bus. May also have access issue with bus at WPAFB. Preliminary itinerary and cost estimate will be out ASAP. Cost cannot be finalized until shortly before trip due to possible change of rate at Air Force Inn at beginning of new fiscal year. - SARTAC Mission Base school. Unknown if NYW will continue to run SARTAC after Aircrew school in Rochester this Sept.

27 Unit Updates NY 116 (Niagara Falls) Activities scheduled during the next 30 days: - CNY Group Rifles and Ropes Course June NYWG Encampment Staff Skills Workshop June Grand Island Independence Day Parade - 4 July NYWG SAREX July WNY Group CAC Meeting - 15 July Cadet Orientation Flights Activities scheduled during the next 30 days: - NYWG Encampment July CPR AED Training - Cadet Orientation Flights - Congratulations to Lt Wells – he will take command of the Sq on Friday, 5 Sept!

28 Unit Updates NY 173 (TAK) Major Activities during the past 30 days 3 Cadet Promotions - 1 Wright Brothers Multiple Cadets attended and passed the Ropes and Rifles course Participated in the 65th Annual 4Th of July Parade in Riverside Park, lead color guard Activities scheduled during the next 30 days: Several members will be attending NY Wing Encampment Three cadets working to achieve Armstrong and 1 Mitchell TAK will be looking for a new O-Flight pilot as Capt McCain will be departing for Arizona

29 Unit Updates NY 343 (Senior Sq) Major Activities during the past 30 days: - Completed Capt Leach's Flight Review and Form 5 flights along with refresher flights for Penny El Yousfi, Gary Schlegel, and David Sullivan (they all need F5s as does Larry Skerker). - Lt Col Jones completed the Mission Pilot Ground School. - Some members are participating in the July 13th SAREX - For all pilots: The FAA FAAST Team presentation in July will be held 7/24, 7:00 p.m. at Mercy Flight. - CC on vacation 7/22 - 7/28. Activities scheduled during the next 30 days:

30 Unit Updates NY 351 (Dunkirk) Activities during the past 30 days: - Dunkirk Rotary Pancake breakfast successfully held amidst inclement weather as a combined effort of Dunkirk and Jamestown units cadets parked cars and sponsored an interactive information booth - Participated in Ropes and Rifles training - Conducted camp fire training--75% Dk cadets Activities over The Next 30 days: - August bivouac--Cassadaga - Model rocketry - Cadet promotions - Planning "O" flights

31 Unit Updates NY 402 (Jamestown) Activities during the past 30 days: Rib Fest -Celoron-- 20 present over 500 hours vol time 4th to 7th Fly in Breakfast Fri thru Sunday at Hamburg 10 cadets n 1 senior UCC Course ROCHESTER 1 senior 12 cadets on 13 July promoted up. from c/b to 5- c/Amn, 3-c/CMSgt, Tech Sgt, c/SMSgt, 1 Major Big write in in Post Journal and pictures 5 going to Genesco for the Air Show Activities next 30 days: This coming Thursday we are getting a flag from Washington DC that flew there 1 cadet staff, 1 senior n 2 in flights are going to Encampment, we are picking up 2 from Southtown's Sqd We are shutting down for encampment Aug will be a slow month as I am going away for 2 weeks

32 July 2014 Calendar July 2014 Calendar July 2014 SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday 1234 Independence Day 5 6 7NYW SAREX8 NYW SAREX 9 NYW SAREX 10 NYW SAREX 11 NYW SAREX 12 NYW SAREX 13 NYW SAREX O-Flights 1415 CAC Meeting Group Staff Meeting Encampme nt & Solo Flight Academy – July 20 Encampment & Solo Flight Academy – July 21 Encampment & Solo Flight Academy – July 22 Encampment & Solo Flight Academy – July 23 Encampment & Solo Flight Academy – July 24 Encampment & Solo Flight Academy – July 25 Encampment & Solo Flight Academy – July 26 Encampment & Solo Flight Academy – July Air Force Week (Naval Park) 27 Air Force Week (Naval Park)

33 August 2014 Calendar August 2014 Calendar August 2014 SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday Erie County Fair SARTAC Ground School 18 SARTAC Ground School 19 SARTAC Ground School Group Staff Meeting 20 SARTAC Ground School 21 SARTAC Ground School 22 SARTAC Ground School 23 Pine Hill RC Jet Rally 24 Pine Hill RC Jet Rally

34 September 2014 Calendar September 2014 Calendar September 2014 SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday 1 Labor Day SARTAC Aircrew school 13 SARTAC Aircrew school 14 SARTAC Aircrew school 1516 Group Staff Meeting

35 October 2014 Calendar October 2014 Calendar October 2014 SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday Air Force Museum NY Air Force Museum NY Air Force Museum NY Air Force Museum NY020 Columbus Day Group Staff Meeting Halloween

36 November 2014 Calendar November 2014 Calendar November 2014 SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday Veterans Day Group Staff Meeting Thanksgiving Day

37 December 2014 Calendar December 2014 Calendar December 2014 SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday Group Staff Meeting Christmas Day

38 Unit Membership June 2014 Unit Membership June 2014 Overall 13-Sep13-Oct19-Nov12-Dec13-Jan13-Feb13-Mar13-Apr19-May16-Jun12-Jul-14 UnitSM/Cadet 209… …248…..248…..279…..299….329….3312….3412….3512… …124108…121104… …115103…122101…122101…121100… … …126103… ….2712…2612….2311….2212….2111….1911…1911….1810…..1811….2111… …4725…4524….4823…43 23…4223…3722…..3722…..3824….3824… …027…00 27….028….027…028…028…..027….028….029… …19…39….38….310….59…49….410….410…..410….49… …2416…2314…2313….2312….2612….2811….2910….299….299…..288….32


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