CAP CAWG Encampment - Page 4




 
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August 17th, 2005  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
I guess Sea Cadet just doesnt understand that CAP, JROTC,Sea Cadets and many more have the same goal for their programs.
August 18th, 2005  
Sea_Cadet
 
Oh I understand the Goal, it's just that when I was twelve years old and then why I thought about CAP at Thirteen. Bracket Composite Squadron 64 made a bad impression on me, it was a bunch of kids my age fooling around. And just to let you know, even after that day at SLO, I was pondering on whether to Join CAP. Too much drama and bravo sierra went on in Sea Cadets this year. And to be completely candid when I get out and join the military being a Navy Midshipman either at the Academy or through NROTC, I'm going to join you guys as a Flight Officer.

But for right now I can have my fun, by poking fun at CAP. And the reason why I'm joining you guys later on is because of my friend C/SMSgt Joe Themann, First Sergeant, Suffolk Cadet Squadron Ten, New York Wing.
August 18th, 2005  
C/2nd Lt Robot
 
 
Just beware of the buttons you push.
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August 19th, 2005  
>*CrAzY*<
 
 
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Originally Posted by Sea_Cadet

But for right now I can have my fun, by poking fun at CAP. And the reason why I'm joining you guys later on is because of my friend C/SMSgt Joe Themann, First Sergeant, Suffolk Cadet Squadron Ten, New York Wing.
Let's not have fun poking fun at CAP. That or at least don't be so critical when you do it. We work our cans off just as much as you do - we aren't making all the big decisions, so we aren't the ones say much about it too.


Sorry to be such a tight-wad about it, but it's really hard to figure out when you are kidding and a lot of the times, it does push a lot of my buttons.
September 27th, 2005  
youngCAPcadet
 
 
We had about 70-80 cadets at our encampment, not counting staff, counting staff, approximately 94 cadets and another group of senior staff. Six flights about 30 girls were there, we only had two cabins in which to fit thirty girls. One for A-C flights, one for D-F flights. We had maybe a foot of space between the cots.Of course, when you have a summer camp, military or not- that is COED, you have to watch the cadets becuase of the fraternization rule. Needless to say, there was alot of flirting going on there. We had some folks got caught with alot of contraband, hidden food and cell phones. It was interesting, on day 5, we had some unexpected visitors, it was 5 min before lights out, and two air force personnel walked in on us, accompanied by the cadet commander and TAC officer. They told us that these ladies would be staying with us for that night. Everyone was freaking out but me, I was thinking of how on earth we were going to fit two more cots in that room. They told us we had an extra hour. I told everyone to pick up their stuff, put it on their cots, move their cots over, and put their stuff back in order. Urgh. Next year I am going on staff tho. Mua ha ha, banging trash can lids to wake them up in the morning is fun
September 27th, 2005  
C/2nd Lt Robot
 
 
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Originally Posted by youngCAPcadet
We had maybe a foot of space between the cots.
We had two inches between each cot. Except for the two guys on the far right (looking at the row. We had one flight on each side of the sea hut.) Those two had the most. Tango Flight moved out monday afternoon, so it was all good. I, for one, didn't mind the two inches because some of the Marines were being deployed and needed sea huts.
September 27th, 2005  
youngCAPcadet
 
 
When we had some surprise visitors, we had no space between the cots
September 27th, 2005  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
Our Spring Enc. has a better output than summer with 125 basic cadets and 40+ senior and cadet staff. We sleep on navy "Ships" and on navy double bunks
July 29th, 2008  
bomb boy
 

Topic: Dont rag cap


Sea_Cadet what year did you go to Sq. 64, cuz it's not like that any more. I'm at that Sq. and it's great.
July 30th, 2008  
AFSteliga
 
 
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Originally Posted by bomb boy
Sea_Cadet what year did you go to Sq. 64, cuz it's not like that any more. I'm at that Sq. and it's great.
Welcome to the team, bomb boy. If you wouldn't mind heading over to the Welcome Center and introducing yourself, that would be great.

Again, welcome to the team.