2019 Wing Conference

Registration is now open for the 2019 Wing Conference and Awards Banquet

Featuring the PA Wing Change of Command

Do not delay and register today to take advantage of an early bird savings. Early bird pricing ends on 20 March.  Save your spot today before the event and hotel is sold out.

FOr hotel reservations, go to the Venue tab on the registration page and enter the number of rooms your unit needs.  All reservations and rooms will be billed to the unit.

TO REGISTER VISIT: https://2019pawgconference.eventnut.com/

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2018 Wing Conference


Senior Seminars: 

AE Bootcamp: STEM in 30 minutes: New Cadet Programs Review: New Flight Release Program: Operations Review: Aircrew Safety: Instructor & Check Pilot Meeting: Group Operations Officer Meeting: Chaplain: Character Development: How to use eServices: Recruitment & Retention: Public Affairs Dazzle: Finance Changes: Grants & Fundraising 

Cadet Seminars: 

Mission Base Tabletop: How to be effective at Group: Cadets mentoring Cadets: Military & Civilian careers in Aerospace: Bloomsburg University: Norwich University: Valley Forge Military Academy: PA Air National Guard: Trip to Army Heritage & Education Center 

Table Exhibits:

STEM Kits from CAP and other AE venues: Simple to Complex UAVs, Hands-on Radio Communications and Configuration: WMIRS Training for Operations: Bloomsburg University: Norwich University: Valley Forge Military Academy 
Joint Incident Site Communications Capability (JISCC) trailer from 271st Combat Comm Squadron (Outside display): Battlefield Airmen Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) from 148th ASOS: Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) model and SIM from 111th Attack Wing: Technical Engineering from 201 RED HORSE: Aircraft Maintenance from 193rd Special OPS Maintenance Squadron 
Early-Bird ends 22 Mar - Registration ends 12 Apr 

Saturday, 21 April Conference Schedule 

0700 – Registration & Breakfast 0830 – General Assembly 
1015 – Morning Breakout Seminars 
1200 – Awards Lunch 
1400 – Afternoon Breakout Seminars & Activities 
1730 – Banquet Doors Open 1800 – Banquet Begins 

Sunday, 22 April Conference Schedule 

0700 - Breakfast
0830 – Commander’s Call & Cadet Commander’s Call 
* All Cadets may attend Cadet Commander’s Call 

Region Cadet Leadership School NCSA 26-31 December 2017


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Where: CT Fire Academy: Windsor Locks, CT.

When: December 26 (staff arrival) 27 (student arrival) to the 31 December 2017

Cost: Approximately $175.00 (cadets)

Uniform: Blues, ABU/BDU

This is a PRELIMINARY REGISTRATION for Senior or Cadet Staff and Cadet Students! RCLS (Region Cadet Leadership School) is a NCSA (National Cadet Special Activity) held in a collegiate setting to foster leadership skills in cadet officers or cadets soon to be officers. The Northeast Region Leadership School (RCLS) promises to be a fun, challenging, and rewarding experience. RCLS is designed for Cadet Officers to learn new skills and knowledge they need to be more effective leaders in their home squadrons and wings. The RCLS blends classroom theory with hands on training to help cadets truly grasp the concepts they are being presented.

Senior Staff needed: Seminar Advisers, Instructors (can come up for 1 day or 1-2 days depending on availability), Support Staff.

Cadet Staff needed: Cadet OIC, Cadet Seminar Advisers & Cadet Co-Instructors


Contact: 1st Lt Rachel Silverberg, CAP @ rachel.silverberg.clnc@gmail.com

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Main Line Airport Dedication


On October 5, 2017 Civil Air Patrol will become a part of history when East Whiteland Township, RICOH USA Inc., and the Tredyffrin Eastown Historical Society will dedicate an historical marker honoring the significant legacy of the Main Line Airport. During the first year-and-a-half of World War II the Paoli squadron, Civil Air Patrol, used the Main Line Airport as a crucial logistics center while patrolling the mid-Atlantic coast against marauding German submarines and provided flight crews to Coastal Patrol squadrons as far away as Virginia. Lt. Col Kevin Berry and TSgt George Brizak will be guest speakers at the ceremony representing Civil Air Patrol.

Please come and participate in this historic event and become a part of Civil Air Patrol legacy on Thursday, October 5, 2017 at 2:00 pm at 70 Valley Stream Parkway, Malvern PA.  To read more about history of Mail Line Airport please visit http://www.tehistory.org/mlapix.htm and read an article published in Daily Local News http://www.dailylocal.com/general-news/20170925/dinniman-to-recognize-history-of-main-line-airport

Main Line Airport 1942

Taken in the summer of 1942, members of the Civil Air Patrol Paoli squadron stand ready to do their duty in protecting north-Atlantic coast against German U-boats.  The squadron’s Deputy Commander, Maj. Harvey “Buck” Berry, stands on the right.

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Tenth Annual Pennsylvania Wing Cadet Conference


Mark Your Calendars!
23 September 2017 at Fort Indiantown Gap

This year's conference will also be commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Cap Cadet Programs. All cadets are encouraged to attend to learn, socialize, and collaborate with fellow cadets from around the wing. Senior members are also invited to attend the celebration as well as the PAWG Commander's Call which will be held concurrently. New this year to the Cadet Conference, is the PAWG Cadet Advisory Council Summit. This is sure to be something that one would not want to miss if they are a member of the CAC and trying to get their program to reach new heights. The cost to attend the conference is $10.00 per member. There will be more information coming shortly on how to register as well as the classes and activities that will be offered. You will not want to miss this jam packed day of learning, fun, and celebration of the cadet program.

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Today Show: Protecting the President


From his Mar-a-Lago resort to his golf course in New Jersey to his home in New York City, President Trump has spent 19 weekends away from the White House since his inauguration. And each time there's a massive military effort to keep him safe from threats... including from above. What really happens if a rogue aircraft flies into presidential airspace and ignores warnings to leave? TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen was given rare access to demonstrate how the Air National Guard protects the skies.

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