KY WING CADET PROGRAMS
Our Core Values -- Respect, Excellence, Integrity, Volunteer Service
KYWG Summer Encampment -- Click HERE for registration information.
Cadets and senior emergency services teams get ready for action after initial briefing at the SAREVAL, 14-16 May 2010, at Lunken Field. Cadet ground teams were based at the Ft. Thomas Army Reserve Center. Ground teams received an "excellent" rating from the Air Force evaluators, as did the overall Kentucky Wing ES team. Please see the Latest News page for more.
Kentucky and GLR Events
- KYWG Cadet Advisory Council -- Next face-to-face on Friday 29 June 2012 @ Wendell Ford Regional Training Center, Greenville, where new CAC will take office and officers will be elected. See CAC webpage for agenda and minutes.
- DDR Character Day -- CANCELED for 19 May. Look for new date in the fall on the KYWG DDR webpage.
- Aerospace Weekend -- 6-7 Oct 2012, Louisville (tentative).
Latest News of the Kentucky Wing
- Three KY squadrons receive 2011 Quality Cadet Unit awards from National CAP -- Bowling Green 057, Campbell County 073, Lexington 222. Bowling Green and Campbell County are two of only 60 repeat winners.
- Avery Yates of Paducah receives Silver Medal of Valor at National CAP's Annual Conference.
- Cuevas attending U.S. Military Academy.
- Colin Burke First Kentuckian to Become Hawk Mtn Expert Ranger.
- Jared Rizzo, Medics Lead List of Hawk Mtn Achievements.
- Dustin Graham Solos at Flight Academy, Serves as Hawk Mtn Medic.
- Almost 50 graduate from KYWG Encampment -- Jacob Heath is Honor Staff, Kyle Devoto is Honor Cadet.
- Pappas Attending U.S. Naval Academy.
- Outstanding Kentucky cadets for 2010-11 -- Tyler Meadows, Brandon Burke, Stephanie Bridges.
- Louisville 039's Karas Earns Eagle Scout.
- More than 70 attend NCO-Airman School and Training Leaders of Cadets
- Aerospace Weekend 9-10 April draws cadets from across Wing. Challenger Shuttle simulator, flight sims, nav & pre-flight, maintenance, planetarium show, more.
- Three KY squadrons receive 2010 Quality Cadet Unit awards from National CAP -- Louisville 039, Bowling Green 057, Campbell County 073.
- Cadets honor veterans in Wreaths Across America activities
- Col. Brickman praises cadet ground teams at Regional GTE . Photos posted.
- Colin Burke Is First Kentuckian to attend Civic Leadership Academy in D.C.
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CIVIL AIR PATROL'S Cadet Programs build RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS for America through a positive approach to AEROSPACE, LEADERSHIP and LIFE SKILLS. Find out more about CAP's Cadet Programs from the "Today's Cadets, Tomorrow's Aerospace Leaders!" pamphlet.
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