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Brigadier General Amy S. Courter Interim National Commander & Don Rowland Executive Director

Brigadier General Amy S. Courter Interim National Commander & Don Rowland Executive Director. Current Membership & Resources. 1,112 Vehicles. 8,000 Mobile Radios. 550 Aircraft & 62 Gliders. 56,420 Members. 14,900 Portables. 34,720 Officers. 21,700 Cadets. 2,100 Fixed Land Radios.

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Brigadier General Amy S. Courter Interim National Commander & Don Rowland Executive Director

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  1. Brigadier General Amy S. Courter Interim National Commander & Don Rowland Executive Director

  2. Current Membership & Resources 1,112 Vehicles 8,000 Mobile Radios 550 Aircraft & 62 Gliders 56,420 Members 14,900 Portables 34,720 Officers 21,700 Cadets 2,100 Fixed Land Radios

  3. Current Missions/Exercises Recent/Ongoing: Multiple wings – Tornado and flood damage assessment for federal, state and local agencies IA - Flew Senators Harkin and Grassley over flooding Multiple wings - Air Defense training support Multiple wings - Counterdrug Multiple wings - Air Show support AZ, DE & MD - Traffic monitoring missions FL, ME, SD & TX - Fire watch VA - National Interagency Fire Center support AR, DE, MD, SD, & WV - Bird/Animal surveys Multiple wings - Low level route surveys ME - Escort for new Navy ships HI - Tsunami warning training NC - Forward Air Controller training FL, MD, MS & NY - Coastal Safety Patrol OK - Altus AFB Photo surveys AR, AZ, NM, OK & TX - Falcon Virgo training CO - USAFA Aircraft vectoring training PA - Port of Philadelphia HLS missions MD & WA - Ardent Sentry Exercise AK - USCG HLS missions “Citizens Serving Communities”

  4. JROTC Orientation Flights • Wings that have flown sorties so far: AZ, CT, FL, GA, KY, LA, MA, NC, NJ, OH, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX and WA • HQ AFJROTC determines flying budgets for their units • Glider orientation flights also authorized • Contact the NOC if you have any questions “Citizens Serving Communities”

  5. Aerospace Education • New Journey of Flight • 2nd Edition-published in March ’08 • 2008 AEO Schools Successful • Pensacola and Seattle • 70 participants • Fly A Teacher • 100 flown and 50 scheduled for August/September • Easy WMIRS processing • New AE Annual Awards for 2009 • Teacher of the Year • AE Officer of the Year “Citizens Serving Communities”

  6. Programs Cadet Great Start Cadet Promotions Online “Learn to Lead” Events National Cadet Special Activities International Air Cadet Exchange National Cadet Competition Drill Team: SWR Arizona Color Guard: SER Florida Cadet Programs “Citizens Serving Communities”

  7. School Enrichment Program (SEP) • 67 Middle/High Schools Participating • 1,800 cadets in SEP squadrons • --------------------------------------------------- • New Prototype SEP for grades K-5 conducted in academic year ’07-’08 • 22 Schools • 300 Teachers • 7,000 Students • Continue prototype for ’08-’09 • and expand to 6th grade “Citizens Serving Communities”

  8. Drug Demand Reduction • Supports President’s National Drug Control Strategy • Awareness fosters drug-free environment in CAP • 456 squadrons actively promote the program • Up 10% from previous year • 7,800 cadets participated in DDR activities • Up 15% from previous year “Citizens Serving Communities”

  9. Visit CAP Knowledgebase for Help Job Performance Support available 24/7 Over 1,700 active answers in the database Over 5,300 site visits per week CAP Learning Management System (LMS) LMS Prototype Sep-Oct 08 Formal LMS start in Jan 09 24/7 capability CAP e-Learning Initiatives “Citizens Serving Communities”

  10. Professional Development • 2007 National Staff College • 97 Graduates • ‘08 Course scheduled for 25 – 31 Oct • 2008 Wing Commander Course • 15 Graduates • ‘09 Course scheduled for 6–10 April • New CAP Officer Basic Course • Development starts this fall • Replaces “ECI 13” correspondence course • New Command Specialty Training Track • Undergoing final coordination “Citizens Serving Communities”

  11. FY09 Corporate Income $2,303,153 “Citizens Serving Communities”

  12. FY09 Corporate Expenses $2,303,153 “Citizens Serving Communities”

  13. FY 09 Appropriated Budget $24,445,000 “Citizens Serving Communities”

  14. Equipment Upgrades • New vehicles purchased • 2007 - 69 • 2008 - 36 • $30M in new communication equipment • 550 aircraft “Citizens Serving Communities”

  15. Leverages volume discount Standardized maintenance costs Result: 20% cost avoidance Consolidated Maintenance “Citizens Serving Communities”

  16. New CAP Website • www.gocivilairpatrol.com • Easier Navigation • Allows CAP to have an effective online presence for prospective members and public awareness • New internal site will launch this month. Will eventually replace www.cap.gov • Streamlined for members needs “Citizens Serving Communities”

  17. To Produce a Remarkable Organization We Must: Raise Public Awareness Establish Public Trust Capitalize on Partnership Development Build Permanent Meeting Facilities Building Blocks “Citizens Serving Communities”

  18. Public Awareness • PAO’s Critical Key to Success • Tell your story locally and regionally • Build Value & Reputation • Friend-raising before Fund-raising • Provides meaningful activities at unit level • Morale builder for cadets and seniors “Citizens Serving Communities”

  19. Public Trust • Ethics • Accountability • Wing Banker Solution • WMRS “Citizens Serving Communities”

  20. Partnership Development • Corporate Partnerships: • Air Force Association • Evergreen Aviation • Wreaths Across America • Local Resources: • Chamber of Commerce, Better Business Bureau, Schools (private, public, and home school), Hospitals/Nursing homes/Shelters, Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, Police and Fire Departments “Citizens Serving Communities”

  21. VSAF Volunteer Support to the Air Force Initiative partners CAP & USAF to enhance AF mission by providing volunteer service to help relieve stress to the force due to manpower cuts & Airmen deployments in support of Global War on Terrorism • VSAF provides you the opportunity to work side-by-side with AF officers, enlisted members and civilians performing real-world AF duties • Currently supporting: • Wright-Patterson AFB, OH • Randolph AFB, TX • Luke AFB, AZ • AF POCs are working with local CAP volunteers to identify and fill work areas • Potential for more bases promising • VSAF Uniform distinctive “Citizens Serving Communities”

  22. Permanent Building Facilities • Enhances public image and member morale • Too many units struggle to find a place to meet • Many wings/units have been successful but more progress is needed • Multiple strategies needed • Will take organizational focus “Citizens Serving Communities”

  23. Vanguard • Visit the new website with photos • Relationship returns $$to CAP Regional Training Centers www.vanguardmil.com/store/ 1-800-221-1264 “Citizens Serving Communities”

  24. Thank You for your Service! “Citizens Serving Communities”

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