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Colorado Springs Cadet Squadron

RMR-CO-030 "Wolf Pack"

Integrity...Volunteer Service...Excellence...Respect

Here you will find information about our squadron, our mission,

 our programs, and our activities.

 


Colorado Springs Cadet Squadron

RMR-CO-030 "Wolf Pack"

Integrity...Volunteer Service...Excellence...Respect

Here you will find information about our squadron, our mission,

 our programs, and our activities.

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     Welcome to the home page of the Colorado Springs Cadet Squadron.  We welcome you to our site and hope it provides you with useful information.  We are one of the largest squadrons in the region and still growing.  We actively participate in all three missions of the Civil Air Patrol: cadet programs, emergency services, and aerospace education.  If you are interested in visiting us, please follow the instructions below. Click here to go to the New Member Information section of our website

Thank you for your interest in CAP and we look forward to welcoming you to the Wolf Pack.

 
Lt Col Michael T. McNeely, CAP
Commander

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     Welcome to the home page of the Colorado Springs Cadet Squadron.  We welcome you to our site and hope it provides you with useful information.  We are one of the largest squadrons in the region and still growing.  We actively participate in all three missions of the Civil Air Patrol: cadet programs, emergency services, and aerospace education.  If you are interested in visiting us, please follow the instructions below. Click here to go to the New Member Information section of our website

Thank you for your interest in CAP and we look forward to welcoming you to the Wolf Pack.

 
Lt Col Michael T. McNeely, CAP
Commander

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Squadron Commander

Lt Col Michael McNeely
Deputy Commander for Cadets 1st Lt Victor Gutierrez
Cadet Commander C/Capt Carlin Idle
Cadet Deputy Commander C/1st Lt Taylor Coffey
Cadet Executive Officer C/2d Lt Ian Engebrecht 
Cadet First Sergeant C/CMSgt Joseph Sabish 

 

 

Squadron Commander

Lt Col Michael McNeely
Deputy Commander for Cadets 1st Lt Victor Gutierrez
Cadet Commander C/Capt Carlin Idle
Cadet Deputy Commander C/1st Lt Taylor Coffey
Cadet Executive Officer C/2d Lt Ian Engebrecht 
Cadet First Sergeant C/CMSgt Joseph Sabish 

 


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Promotions!!! - Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Congrats to all the cadets who promoted tonight! Keep up the good work and continue on!

 
CSCS Future Picture - Tuesday, September 2, 2014

     In the next 6 months, the cadet staff of the Colorado Springs Cadet Squadron will be working toward the below future picture. A future picture is what an organization will look like at the end of time period and is not limited by the current state of the organization. As well, this picture does not describe how to increase cadet retention but rather is meant to foster creativity in the cadet staff. The future picture is strategic and the actions of the cadet staff are operational and tactical to ensure its completion.

     The bolded titles (line staff, color guard, etc.) are specific cadet groups within the squadron. The following future pictures are for that group only; a line staff cadet does not focus on qualifying three more Ground Team Members when there is ES staff.

Line Staff:

  • 10-20% more cadets in Tango and Alpha
  • Increased drill performance by 20%
  • 100% more greetings

Color Guard:

  • 70% better performance at events

Cadet Staff:

  • Increase the amount of deadlines kept
  • 10% more Mitchell cadets

Support Staff:

  • 100% support staff led ETD
  • Syncing website and drop box
  • More job specific activities/classes

Cadets:

  • More participation in outside activities
  • Classes and activities based off of interest

ES:

  • 3 more GTMs
  • More SAREXs

R&R:

  • Maintain 80% or better attendance at squadron meetings
  • Increase retention by 25%
 

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Visitor Information - Updated 1 February 2016

We meet every Tuesday evening from 1830 (6:30 PM) to 2100 (9:00 PM) in Building 350 on Peterson AFB.  We welcome visitors to our squadron, but because we meet on an Air Force base, if you do not have access to the base we must make arrangements to get you in. This process may take up to 10 business days for us to coordinate with base security. Contact Capt Daniel Cochran via email or 719.505.9987 for specific instructions regarding your visit. If you do not contact him, you will not be allowed access to the base for security reasons. You must contact him by the Wednesday before the meeting.

If you already have access to Peterson AFB, contact Capt Daniel Cochran via email or 719.505.9987 to coordinate your visit.  

Directions to Building 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.

Click here for a Google Map to Building 350 (21st Force Support Squadron)



National Headquarters CAP Website

To find out more about the Civil Air Patrol, please click here to visit the National Headquarters website.

Gaining Access to Peterson AFB

Once you become a member of CAP, you will need to get a Peterson AFB Access Pass if you do not have a DoD ID card. To request this, fill out the following form: 

     Cadet

     Senior Officer

Give completed form to Capt Barney Ales for processing and further instructions on how to obtain your annual pass.

Visitor Information - Updated 1 February 2016

We meet every Tuesday evening from 1830 (6:30 PM) to 2100 (9:00 PM) in Building 350 on Peterson AFB.  We welcome visitors to our squadron, but because we meet on an Air Force base, if you do not have access to the base we must make arrangements to get you in. This process may take up to 10 business days for us to coordinate with base security. Contact Capt Daniel Cochran via email or 719.505.9987 for specific instructions regarding your visit. If you do not contact him, you will not be allowed access to the base for security reasons. You must contact him by the Wednesday before the meeting.

If you already have access to Peterson AFB, contact Capt Daniel Cochran via email or 719.505.9987 to coordinate your visit.  

Directions to Building 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.

Click here for a Google Map to Building 350 (21st Force Support Squadron)



National Headquarters CAP Website

To find out more about the Civil Air Patrol, please click here to visit the National Headquarters website.

Gaining Access to Peterson AFB

Once you become a member of CAP, you will need to get a Peterson AFB Access Pass if you do not have a DoD ID card. To request this, fill out the following form: 

     Cadet

     Senior Officer

Give completed form to Capt Barney Ales for processing and further instructions on how to obtain your annual pass.


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Please click below to view photos and videos of our squadron's activities.  This will help show you what our squadron is all about and the kinds of activities we participate in!  The video link also contains excellent information on CAP's history and general information as well.  Hope you enjoy!


CSCS Flickr Page

CSCS YouTube Channel

Please click below to view photos and videos of our squadron's activities.  This will help show you what our squadron is all about and the kinds of activities we participate in!  The video link also contains excellent information on CAP's history and general information as well.  Hope you enjoy!


CSCS Flickr Page

CSCS YouTube Channel


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Last Updated - Wednesday, May 25, 2016

  NEXT MEETING:

 

31 May 2016

1830 MDT

MEETING STATUS:

GO

LOCATION

TBD

UOD:

TBD

ACTIVITY:

5th Tuesday FUN activity.

 

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Cadet IT OIC

C/2d Lt Darius Hines-Cross

As of 10 January, 2016

Cadet IT OIC

C/2d Lt Darius Hines-Cross

As of 10 January, 2016


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