|Call for Member Ideas and Input for the Civil Air Patrol 2016 - 2018 Strategic Plan||21 Apr 2015, 16:55|
Greetings Southeast Region,
Civil Air Patrol is in the process of developing its National 2016-2018 Strategic Plan and every member is invited to submit recommendations and ideas. Yes, we want your input and ideas.
The CAP Strategic Plan embodies our National leadership’s strategy to identify goals for shaping CAP’s future and for establishing ideas for achieving those goals. Ultimately, the strategic plan will be the impetus for moving the organization forward and will determine ways in which CAP will grow and change over the next three years.
The emphasis is on CAP’s three Congressional missions, the people who conduct those missions, and the resources members rely upon for their success.
As the name implies, the plan addresses strategic-level actions to be employed uniformly across all of CAP, not simply an individual unit or wing,
If you, as a CAP member, would like to provide input you may do so by clicking on this link https://www.capnhq.gov/CAP.AppComments.Web/AddComments.aspx. Comments are limited to 500 characters; bulleted suggestions are recommended.
Please get involved. This is your opportunity to help shape the future strategic direction of CAP.
The deadline for comments is 30 April 2015.
My thanks in advance for your active participation in this initiative.
Alvin J. Bedgood, Colonel, CAP
Commander, Southeast Region
Civil Air Patrol
U.S. Air Force Auxiliary
|Color Guard training||15 Mar 2015, 16:38|
The training event being run by Capt Pat Reidy out of the Gadsden Composite Squadron (AL-075). Capt Reidy has a wealth of knowledge attained from his time as a Senior Non-Commissioned Officer in the Air Force and an AFROTC Instructor for many years at the high school level. We appreciate his dedication to Alabama's CAP Cadet Program.
|FROM CAP National Commander: Memorandum on Nondiscrimination||14 Apr 2015, 20:03|
In accordance with CAPR 36-1, a copy of this letter should be posted at every unit location or made available to all members in the unit. Additionally, commanders at every level will ensure that the CAP Nondiscrimination Policy is briefed to all members within their respective commands, as required by CAPR 36-1. To download a PDF of the letter, please click here.