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2020 Spring CTEP/TLC

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Texas Wing Headquarters

553 Terry Crawford Drive

Nacogdoches, Texas 75964

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Texas Wing Civil Air Patrol CTEP LEADERSHIP SCHOOL – FALL

Texas Wing Headquarters, Nacogdoches, Texas

13-15 March 2020

Revision 1.3

I. SITUATION

A. On the weekend of 13-15 March 2020, Texas Wing Cadet Programs will conduct a CTEP Leadership School and a TLC. These activities are authorized by Headquarters, Texas Wing, is under control of the Director of Cadet Programs, Texas Wing, and is hosted at Headquarters, Texas Wing, Nacogdoches, Texas. The activities will be held at Texas Wing Headquarters, Nacogdoches, Texas using facilities on or near the facility.

1. The primary purpose of this mission, as approved by the Director of Cadet Programs, is to provide leadership and drill training to cadets, and to provide professional development to eligible seniors.

2.The specific objectives are:

a. Improve proficiency and training of Texas Wing cadet and senior staff.

b. Provide cadets with leadership, planning, professional and drill and ceremonies education.

c. Provide cadets with opportunities to network with cadets across the Wing,

B. The activity will be held at Texas Wing Headquarters, Texas Wing, 553 Terry Crawford Drive, Nacogdoches, Texas 75964. There will be a $52.00 charge (cadets and seniors) for this event, which will be collected when you register via the Event Brite link. All attendee’s send in a form CAPF 60-81 to hold your place. Additionally, cadets under 18 must submit a CAPF 163 with their CAPF 60-81. The fee covers food, drinks, T-shirt, cord and printing costs. Please make payment via the Event Brite link 2020 Spring CTEP/TLC Tickets on the Texascadet.org webpage. There will be a limited number of accepted members due to location limitations.

C. Applicant’s CAPF 60-81 and CAPF 163 should be submitted to cp@txwgcap.org. Anyone arriving without having previously submitted their CAP Forms and Event Brite Registration/payment will not be allowed to sign into the activity.

a. For Cadets, the following information MUST BE INCLUDED on the CAPF 60-81: Under “ACTIVITY APPLYING FOR” put “CTEP” and NCOA, SNCOA, OTS, CCSC.

b. Seniors may apply for STAFF.

c.Make sure that the cadet’s parent(s) have signed the permission signature block.

d. Squadron Commanders must verify the school the cadet is asking to attend on the CAP form 60- 81 and sign the form. For detailed information go to: www.texascadet.org.

e. Be sure to include your current CAP grade.

Questions may be emailed to cp@txwgcap.org. A CAPF 60-81 and payment sent without the above information will not be accepted until all missing information is received. Do not mail the CAPF 60-81’s to any physical address. Please do not use the old TXWG Form 60-81. They must be signed by commanders and emailed to cp@txwgcap.org. BRING HARD COPIES WITH YOU T0 CTEP.

D. CAP cadets and seniors will come to this activity prepared to participate with all needed supplies (see Equipment List posted on www.texascadet.org under CTEP Activity)

E. Payment must be made via the Event Brite link. Do NOT send forms by any method that requires a signature to be received. We will NOT go to the post office to pick up applications. Also, do not pay to overnight an application.

F. Additional cadet and senior training will be given as time and circumstances permit.

G. This activity will be conducted in accordance with the CAPR 60-1 and all other applicable CAP regulations and Texas Wing supplements.

H. If cancellation or rescheduling of this activity becomes necessary, participants will be notified by email. All cadets MUST have an email address on their 60-81. Cadets will be contacted by school Cadre one week before the course to be certain the cadet has all needed supplies.

I. Members/participants laptops, tablets, bags, suitcases, hydration units, backpacks, sleeping bags and other like items must at a minimum be identified with the member’s name.

J. All interested Senior and Cadre applicants will be required to complete an on-line application form available on the www.texascadet.org website.

II. ORGANIZATION

A. Lt Col Stan Trull, TXWG/DCP is the Activity Director. Lt Col Randy Gibbon is the Assistant Activity Director. Individual School Cadre and Senior Staff will be announced via www.texascadet.org. Cadet Program and TLC oversight is provided by Lt Col Stan Trull, TXWG/DCP, Capt Roger Reed, TXWG/ADCP, and Lt Col Randy Gibbon, TXWG/ADCP. TLC Director is Maj Jean Nixon.

B. The events staff/cadre will be organized by the project officer, the TLC director, and the Cadet Commandant with additions and deletions made by these individuals as needed.

III. TIMINGS (Detailed schedule to be posted on www.texascadet.org)

A. Sign-in for all staff, cadre and CCSC students will begin at 1500 on Friday 13 March 2020. All personnel must have all required ID cards and Event Brite ticket. Please report to Texas Wing Headquarters for Sign- In.

B. All school participants must arrive for check in between 1600 and 1900 hours on Friday, 13 March. Cadets should report in wearing blues. Participants SHOULD EAT DINNER before they arrive. Bedtime snacks will be provided. Please report to Headquarters for Sign-In.

C. Classes will begin promptly at 1915 on Friday evening.

D. Graduation will begin promptly at 1100 on Sunday. All personnel are required to attend. Event dismal will be after the facility is cleaned and returned to working order as prescribed by the facility manager.

IV. SAFETY and MEDICAL

A. The Project Officer and all staff members shall consider safety first in all decisions and actions. Under no condition will the safety of personnel or equipment be jeopardized. All CAP Regulations and Texas Wing policies and procedures, which relate to safety, shall be carefully followed throughout this activity.

B. Local Hazards will be briefed.

C. A medical officer will be available for this activity if possible. Cadets should only bring sufficient quantities of prescription medication with them and be able to self-medicate. Any medications brought NOT on their CAPF 163 will be considered contraband. First aid and OTC medications will be available and will be made available to cadets under 18 only with parental permission.

D.The CAPF 160 must include all medical conditions and medicines taken. Failure to disclose serious medical conditions may be cause for termination from CAP.

E. All Staff participating in CTEP will have successfully completed ORM Basic and ORM Intermediate before participating in the activity.

V. REGULATIONS AND ORDERS

A. All CAP Regulations/Guidance pertaining to each phase of this activity shall be strictly followed and enforced by each person participating. Any infractions are to be reported immediately to the TXWG DCP.

B. Uniforms are required to be worn.

1. Staff personnel shall wear the UOD in impeccable condition.

2. Participants should wear the UOD as directed by their school commander/conference director.

3. Uniforms are to be in good repair and correctly worn according to CAPM 39-1 as supplemented by Texas Wing.

4. Cadets will wear PT clothes at night.

VI. LOGISTICS

A. Friday night snack, breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday will be provided by the Project Officer and staff. Restricted dietary considerations should be noted on the CAPF 160. Each individual member MUST provide their own restricted diet foods. These foods must be labeled with the members name and presented to the DFAC/Mess Officer.

B. Housing will be in Texas Wing Headquarters, 553 Terry Crawford Drive, Nacogdoches, Texas 75964. Classes will be held to 25 NCOA students, 20 SNCOA, 15 OTS, 8 CCSC, 40 cadre/senior staff and 20 TLC students. All classes, dorms and other accommodations are within walking distance. If a school/class registration meets the maximum number before the registration deadline, it will be closed.

C. Senior participants are encouraged to bring a CAP van. No fuel bills will be honored, and we do not pay to transport cadets to and from activities – regardless of whether a corporate van is used or not.

VII. COMMUNICATIONS

A. Emergency numbers are: 512-557-1779 (Lt Col Stan Trull), 210-669-0267 (Lt Col Randy Gibbon) and 210-781-6439 (Capt Roger Reed).

VIII. ADMINISTRATION

A. All personnel participating in this activity must always have in their possession a current CAP membership card, CAPF 160, and CAPF 161. Seniors and Cadets 17 years of age and older must have up to date cadet protection training (CPPT).

B. Paperwork will be processed on site and certificates issued at the end of the activity. In the event of a misspelled name on a certificate, contact the Activity Director directly.


Texas Wing CTEP Cadet - Equipment List

Use this list to prepare and pack for CTEP. The uniform/requirements are the MINIMUMS (unless otherwise stated). Please do not attend CTEP without the quantities listed below. All of your items MUST be marked with your last name. YOU WILL NOT HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE ITEMS AT CTEP. Place a checkmark next to each item as you prepare for CTEP.

1 Each Short Sleeve Blues Shirt

Deodorant

1 pair USAF Blues Slacks or Skirts (female)

Toothbrush, toothpaste/mouthwash

2 t-shirts white v-neck or u-neck

Bath soap in plastic container

1 Each Flight Cap with insignia

Comb/brush

1 Each belt, dark blue with silver tip & silver buckle

Shampoo & Conditioner

3-4 Pair Dress Socks, Black

Razor and shaving cream or electric razor (if needed)

2 pair garters (mandatory if wearing slacks)

1 towel

1 face cloth

Shoe shine kit (canned polish only, NO EDGE DRESSING or liquid polish allowed) (optional)

1 sleeping bag or sheets (you will sleep on a cot)

1 pillow with pillowcase

1 set CAP uniform insignia and backers for blues

1 blanket

1 Blues Service Coat (CCSC & Instructors Only) Other Schools may wear zip up jacket or sweater

Feminine hygiene products

1 set blue or black sweats for PT (shirts and pants) (optional)

1 sets black or dark blue shorts for PT

Sunscreen (optional) – high SPF recommended

1 pair gym, tennis or running shoes

Insect repellent with Deet (optional)

3 pair athletic socks for PT

Laundry bag

Athletic supporter (male) or sports bra (female)

1 Spiral notebook and 5 pens and pencils

1 web belt, green, with canteen holder, no

suspenders, and one canteen (Camelback® or hydration systems are accepted)

1 Laptop or Tablet (Required for CCSC, Highly Recommended for all other classes)

3 pair underwear (and bras for females)

CAPM 39-1, CAPR 60-1, AFMAN 36-2203 Drill and

Ceremonies Manual (optional but suggested – Digital recommended)

Shower shoes (mandatory) (sandals or flip-flops recommended)

Rain poncho (clear, brown, black, green or camo)

Swimsuit for shower (optional)

Blister kit (foot powder, band-aids, Neosporin, moleskin pads or roll, and hand sanitizer) in a zip bag

1 Pair shoes, black, oxford smooth leather or core frame, low quarter, plain toe (if possible). NO Hi- HEELS due to safety concerns.

Hair dryer and hair care products (if needed)

1 warm jacket (optional)

1 pair winter gloves (to keep you warm) (optional) 1 winter hat (optional)

1 Flashlight with extra batteries

CURRENT CAP ID CARD, CAPF 161

You may bring religious reading materials

Regulation haircut (mandatory) Females should bring extra clips, hair bands, and hair spray

Over-the-Counter Medications (if needed)

Prescription (must be in original container)

1 reflective belt for PT

DO NOT BRING:

Knives/scissors, portable electronic devices, unauthorized medication, lighter/matches, explosives, tobacco, ammunition, tapes/CDs/DVDs, alcohol, flammables, cash in excess of $30, cellular phones, food/drink (candy, soda, snacks, etc.), weapons of any kind, magazines, video cameras, or video games

UNIFORM PROCUREMENT LOCATIONS

You can secure uniform/equipment from the following locations: 1. Your home squadron. 2. Commercial sources such as: Vanguard (www.vanguardmil.com) or Glendale (www.paradestore.com).

Many of the non-uniform items can be purchased at a Dollar Store.

DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE WEEK BEFORE CTEP TO ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE THE NECESSARY ITEMS. PLAN AND ORDER EARLY! YOU WILL NOT HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE UNIFORM ITEMS AT CTEP.


Texas Wing CTEP Senior - Equipment List

Use this list to prepare and pack for CTEP. The uniform/requirements are the MINIMUMS (unless otherwise stated). Please do not attend CTEP without the quantities listed below. All of your items MUST be marked with your last name. YOU WILL NOT HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE ITEMS AT CTEP. Place a checkmark next to each item as you prepare for CTEP.

1 Each Short Sleeve Blues Shirt, White Corporate Shirt, or Blue Polo Shirt

Deodorant

1 pair USAF Blues Slacks or Skirts, Grey Slacks or Skirts for Corporate Uniform

Toothbrush, toothpaste/mouthwash

2 t-shirts white v-neck or u-neck

Bath soap in plastic container

1 Each Flight Cap with insignia (blues only)

Comb/brush

1 Each belt, dark blue with silver tip & silver buckle or black belt for Corporate Uniform

Shampoo & Conditioner

3-4 Pair Dress Socks, Black

Razor and shaving cream or electric razor (if needed)

2 pair garters (Optional)

1 towel

1 face cloth

1 set CAP uniform insignia and backers for blues (if needed)

1 sleeping bag or sheets (you will sleep on a cot)

1 pillow with pillowcase

1 sets blue or black sweats for PT (shirts and pants) (optional)

1 sets black or dark blue shorts for PT

1 blanket

1 pair gym, tennis or running shoes

Feminine hygiene products

3 pair athletic socks for PT

Sunscreen (optional) – high SPF recommended

Athletic supporter (male) or sports bra (female)

Insect repellent with Deet (optional)

1 web belt, green, with canteen holder, no

suspenders, and one canteen (Camelback® or hydration systems are accepted)

Laundry bag

3 pair underwear (and bras for females)

1 Spiral notebook and 5 pens and pencils

Shower shoes (mandatory) (sandals or flip-flops recommended)

1 Laptop or Tablet (Required for CCSC, Highly Recommended for all other classes)

Swimsuit for shower (optional)

CAPM 39-1, CAPR 60-1, AFMAN 36-2203 Drill and

Ceremonies Manual (optional but suggested – Digital Recommended)

1 Pair shoes, black, oxford smooth leather or core fram, low quarter, plain toe (if possible)

Or black shoe for Corporate Uniform

Rain poncho (clear, brown, black, green or camo)

1 warm jacket (optional)

1 pair winter gloves (to keep you warm) (optional) 1 winter hat (optional)

Blister kit (foot powder, band-aids, Neosporin, moleskin pads or roll, and hand sanitizer) in a zip bag

CURRENT CAP ID CARD, CAPF 161

Hair dryer and hair care products (if needed)

Regulation haircut (mandatory if in blue uniform)

Females should bring extra clips, hair bands, and hair spray

1 Flashlight with extra batteries

Prescription (must be in original container)

You may bring religious reading materials

Over-the-Counter Medications (if needed)


UNIFORM PROCUREMENT LOCATIONS

You can secure uniform/equipment from the following locations: 1. Your home squadron. 2. Commercial sources such as: Vanguard (www.vanguardmil.com) or Glendale (www.paradestore.com).

Many of the non-uniform items can be purchased at a Dollar Store.

DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE WEEK BEFORE CTEP TO ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE THE NECESSARY ITEMS. PLAN AND ORDER EARLY! YOU WILL NOT HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE UNIFORM ITEMS AT CTEP.

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553 Terry Crawford Drive

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