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If you wish to visit our squadron, please contact our recruiting officer, Capt Rex Jakeman.  He may be contacted via e-mail at: rexjakeman@mac.com or cell phone (719) 332-6197.  If you do not contact him, you may not be allowed access to base due to security reasons.  Thank you for your cooperation in this matter, and we look forward to hosting you. 


We meet every Tuesday evenings from 1830 (6:30 PM) to 2100 (9:00 PM) in Building 350, Room 1042 on Peterson AFB. We welcome visitors to our squadron, but because we meet on Peterson AFB, if you do not have access to the base we must make arrangements to sponsor you on base. This process may up to 10 business days for us to coordinate with base security. When visiting Peterson AFB please ensure you have picture ID for each person, current vehicle registration and proof of insurance. Contact Capt Rex Jakeman for specific instructions regarding the Peterson AFB visit process.

  
If you have access to Peterson AFB, contact Capt Rex Jakeman to coordinate your visit.  

 

Directions to Bldg. 350:

After entering through the West Gate, turn right at the second light on Peterson Blvd. Proceed toward the flight line. Turn left at the 3rd street (Dover St), then into the large Bldg. 350 parking lot on your right.  Enter through the main doors.  Once inside go upstairs and turn left, our office is in Room 2025.


Gaining Access to Peterson AFB

Once you become a member of CAP, if you do not have a DoD ID card, you will need to get a Peterson AFB Contractor's Badge. Please click here to read instructions on how to do that.

 

If you wish to visit our squadron, please contact our recruiting officer, Capt Rex Jakeman.  He may be contacted via e-mail at: rexjakeman@mac.com or cell phone (719) 332-6197.  If you do not contact him, you may not be allowed access to base due to security reasons.  Thank you for your cooperation in this matter, and we look forward to hosting you. 


We meet every Tuesday evenings from 1830 (6:30 PM) to 2100 (9:00 PM) in Building 350, Room 1042 on Peterson AFB. We welcome visitors to our squadron, but because we meet on Peterson AFB, if you do not have access to the base we must make arrangements to sponsor you on base. This process may up to 10 business days for us to coordinate with base security. When visiting Peterson AFB please ensure you have picture ID for each person, current vehicle registration and proof of insurance. Contact Capt Rex Jakeman for specific instructions regarding the Peterson AFB visit process.

  
If you have access to Peterson AFB, contact Capt Rex Jakeman to coordinate your visit.  

 

Directions to Bldg. 350:

After entering through the West Gate, turn right at the second light on Peterson Blvd. Proceed toward the flight line. Turn left at the 3rd street (Dover St), then into the large Bldg. 350 parking lot on your right.  Enter through the main doors.  Once inside go upstairs and turn left, our office is in Room 2025.


Gaining Access to Peterson AFB

Once you become a member of CAP, if you do not have a DoD ID card, you will need to get a Peterson AFB Contractor's Badge. Please click here to read instructions on how to do that.

 


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 Recruiting Information - Cadet Welcome Packet Minimize
 TitleCategoryModified DateSize Description
CSCS Web page instructions 12/4/201173.27 KBDownloadCSCS Web page instructions
Cyber Patriot  12/4/2011636.05 KBDownloadCyber Patriot is a cyber defense competition for high school students, including CAP cadets. It’s a program for cadets interested in computer science, especially network security and hacking.
FAQ for Parents 3/28/2009UnknownDownloadFrequently Asked Questions about CAP for Parents
CAPF 60.pdf 3/6/200994.31 KBDownloadCAP Emergency Notification Data Form
CAPF60.doc 3/6/2009215.00 KBDownloadA Word version so you can type in data
Costs to join CAP and our squadron 8/25/201332.79 KBDownloadThis document describes the costs to join CAP and our squadron
Investing in America's Youth 3/28/20091.83 MBDownloadThis pamphlet summarizes how Civil Air Patrol transforms American youth who rise to the challenges of cadet membership in CAP, the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary.
Peterson AFB Access Policy and Forms 2/3/2013301.81 KBDownloadCSCS Policy Letter 08-02: Peterson AFB Access
Respect on Display 5/25/2009778.54 KBDownloadHow and why CAP practices Air Force-style customs and courtesies
Scholarships for Cadets 12/4/20112.62 MBDownloadA summary of scholarships opportunities available for CAP cadets
Membership Dues Matrix 10/21/2010UnknownDownloadThis matrix shows the membership and renewal dues structure for each CAP wing. Colorado Springs Cadet Squadron local dues are $15.00.
Parents Guide.pdf 5/25/2009908.78 KBDownloadCAP National Headquarters publication that explains the cadet program to prospective parents.
Path of Progression in the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program 3/29/2009UnknownDownloadThis structured program is divided into 16 segments called achievements, involving study and performance in the five program areas.
CAPF 15.pdf 11/20/2011194.21 KBDownloadCadet Application for membership in CAP
Cadet Physical Fitness Wavier Request (fillable).pdf 3/6/20091.95 MBDownloadA fillable PDF version so you can type information.
Cadet Active Participation Requirements for Promotion 6/24/200926.14 KBDownloadCadet Active Participation Requirements for Promotion
Cadet Program Leadership Expectations 9/29/2010519.78 KBDownloadA matrix that explains the Cadet Program Leadership Expectations
Cadet Application Checklist.pdf 1/22/2013140.44 KBDownloadA checklist to guide new cadets in everything they need to accomplish to become a member of CAP.
Cadet Great Start Booklet.pdf 3/6/20091.01 MBDownloadA CAP National Headquarters publication that talks about the opportunities for cadets in CAP.
Cadet Physical Fitness Test Requirements 3/29/2009UnknownDownloadThe Cadet Physical Fitness Test (CPFT) is aligned with the President’s Challenge, a physical activity and fitness program sponsored by the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports (PCPFS).
CAP Fact Sheet 11/15/2009207.88 KBDownloadCAP Fact Sheet
Cadet Physical Fitness Wavier Request.pdf 3/6/2009274.74 KBDownloadIf a cadet has a temporary or permanent medical condition, they will need to complete this form and have it signed by a physician to be exempt from part of all of our physical fitness program.
Cadet Welcome Letter 1/22/2013132.20 KBDownloadWelcome letter from the commander for prospective cadets.
Cadet Transfer Checklist.pdf 1/22/2013167.25 KBDownloadA checklist for cadets who wish to transfer into our squadron.
2013 Cadet Special Activities 1/22/2013UnknownDownload2013 Cadet Special Activities
The Complete Uniform List for CadetsUniforms12/4/2011491.47 KBDownloadA list of all Cadet uniform items with uniform sources.
Civil Air Patrol Uniform Manual: CAPM 39-1Uniforms1/24/2010UnknownDownloadThis manual describes the various Civil Air Patrol (CAP) uniform items and how they will be worn.
Cadet Uniform ProgramUniforms1/24/201081.20 KBDownloadOrdering instructions for the free Cadet Uniform Program
CAP Uniform GuideUniforms1/24/2010UnknownDownloadThis guide shows how to wear the various CAP uniforms.

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 Colorado Springs Cadet Squadron Recruiting Contacts Minimize
 NameRoleEmailTelephoneTelephone 2
Capt Rex JakemanRecruiting Officer (719) 473-3544 Home(719) 332-6197 Cell
VacantCadet Recruiting and Retention Officer   

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 Recruiting Information - Senior Member Welcome Packet Minimize
 TitleModified DateSize Description
Cadet Sponsor Application Checklist.pdf1/22/2013121.63 KBDownloadA checklist for senior members that wish to be cadet sponsors. This is limited to parents, grandparents and guardians of current cadets.
CAPF 12.doc10/25/2011140.00 KBDownloadA word version so you can type in information.
CAPF 12.pdf10/25/2011126.73 KBDownloadApplication for Senior Membership in CAP
CAPF60.doc3/6/2009215.00 KBDownloadA Word version so you can type in information
CAPF60.pdf3/6/200994.31 KBDownloadCAP Emergency Notification Data Form
Local Fingerprinting sources8/30/200935.00 KBDownloadA list of local fingerprinting sources. Fingerprints are required to be submitted with your Senior Member application. CAP provides the fingerprint cards.
Membership Dues Matrix10/21/2010UnknownDownloadThis matrix shows the membership and renewal dues structure for each CAP wing. Colorado Springs Cadet Squadron local dues are $15.00.
Peterson AFB Access Policy and Forms2/3/2013301.81 KBDownloadCSCS Policy Letter 08-02: Peterson AFB Access
Senior Application Checklist.pdf1/22/2013152.48 KBDownloadAn application checklist for prospective senior members that shows them everything they need to do to become a member of the squadron.
Senior Great Start Booklet.pdf4/16/20091.24 MBDownloadNational Headquarters publication that shows prospective senior members what CAP has to offer.
Senior Member Aerospace Education Application Checklist.pdf1/22/2013147.81 KBDownloadA checklist for members that which to join as an Aerospace Education Member.
Senior Member Patron Application Checklist.pdf1/22/2013190.80 KBDownloadA checklist for Senior Members who which to be a patron member.
Senior Member Transfer Checklist.pdf1/22/2013147.33 KBDownloadA checklist for senior members who wish to transfer into our squadron.
Senior Welcome Letter.pdf1/22/2013131.00 KBDownloadWelcome letter from the commander for prospective senior members.

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