United States Air Force Auxiliary
Carroll Composite Squadron
Group II, Maryland Wing
Welcome Cadets! On this page you can find many of the resources you’ll need to use as a cadet in our squadron. If you have additional questions, make sure to talk with your Flight Sergeant.
Maryland State Service Learning Hours Graduation Requirement CAP community based activities & programs comply with State guidelines for Service Learning Hours credit.
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Cadet Program Resources
There are numerous Cadet-Related resources and support programs.
Resources for New Cadets
Resources for New Cadet Officers
NOTICE: for ALL Cadets -- for all activities CAP Form 161 should be completed and turned in to the Senior Project/Event Coordinator. See Below for additional health/insurance forms.
All CAP members should complete two copies of the CAPF 160 – one to carry with you and the other to turn into your squadron.
F160 CAP Member Health History Form - used for in-resident activities such as encampment
F162 CAP Member Physical Exam Form – used to determine Fitness level for PT testing – restrictions, waivers
F163 Permission for Provision of Minor Cadet Over-The-Counter Medication Form - used for in-resident activities such as encampment.
Cadet Program Resources
There are numerous Cadet-Related resources and support programs. For more information visit: CAP Cadet Resource Library
LEARN TO LEAD
Cadets Achivements & Exams/Online Testing – To advance in the Cadet Program and become eligible for promotions, cadets complete online achievement tests, drill and ceremonies performance tests, and written milestone award exams.
Activity Guide: includes Hands-on, experiential learning opportunities• Case studies, games, movies, and puzzles that test cadets’ ability to solve problems and communicate in a team environment •Recipe- like lesson plans that identify the objective of each activity, explain how to execute the activity, and outline the main teaching points - Lesson plans are easy to understand yet detailed enough for a cadet officer or NCO to lead, under senior member guidance.
Drill Guide – Drill Ceremonies and Practical lessons/tests.
Curriculum Guide – CAP offers an integrated leadership curriculum consisting of four parts (see page 3). The centerpiece of this curriculum is the Learn to Lead textbook series. Learn to Lead’s goal is to provide an academic foundation for the cadets’ study of leadership art and science, via an age-appropriate, reader-friendly, standards-based text.
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