Washington All Mission Academy
Washington All Mission Academy (WAMA) Monthly Training Assemblies (MTAs) were created to host training for both senior and cadet members of Washington and all other wings in the three primary missions of CAP; Aerospace Education, Cadet Programs, and Emergency Services, as well as Senior Education & Training.
WAMA is held on the 2nd weekend of each month. For more information about who we are and what we do, email us at email@example.com.
REGISTRATION OPENS ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH, 1700 HOURS
Registration is subject to closing early due to billeting or other capacity issues.
We recommend that you register early!
CONTACT WAMA STAFF WITH ANY QUESTIONS AT: firstname.lastname@example.org
BILLETING IS AT CAPACITY FOR MALE & FEMALE CADET STUDENTS AND MALE SENIOR MEMBERS.
ALL CLASSES ARE FULL. VACANCIES DUE TO CANCELLATIONS WILL BE FILLED FROM THE WAITLISTS.
ON-SITE BILLETING AVAILABILITY
Totals above are as of 1200 Hours, 28 February 2024
2023-24 Training Schedule
》8-10 March 2024
AE - How Does An Airplane Fly? - That answer and many more will be covered in this class, including Lift Equation & Aerodynamics. Class is limited to 15 Students. CLASS IS FULL.
CP - Cadet NCO School - The goal of the Noncommissioned Officers School (NCOS) is to provide the cadet with a foundation for the intermediate phases of the cadet training in Civil Air Patrol. NCOS stresses the fundamental aspects of instructional techniques, evaluation methods and intermediate leadership laboratory skills. Class is Limited to 17 students. Cadets with the grade of C/SSgt and above are welcome to join. CLASS IS FULL.
ES - sUAS Introductory Course for Cadets - The WAWG sUAS Program is offering an introductory course for sUAS operations for CADETS. The course is limited to 12 cadet students who have completed the Curry Achievement. There is a Prerequisite for this course to complete the TRUST Certificate. It can be found at: https://trust.modelaircraft.org/ CLASS IS FULL.
OPS - Powered Orientation Flights (Weather Permitting) - If weather conditions permit and CAP aircraft are available, as many cadets as possible will be scheduled for Orientation Flights. First flights will receive priority.
OJT - DFAC Training Course - Students learn the basic fundamentals for the operation of a Dining Facility. A wide range of training includes: Meal Planning, Inventory and Portion Control, Food Preparation using safe processes and guidelines, Serving and meal period set up, clean-up and kitchen maintenance procedures. Students train under the supervision of the DFAC Manager and the Cadet Officer OIC. Class is limited to 3 first-time students which may be a combination of Cadet and Senior Members. Students must obtain a Washington State Food Workers Card after registering for this course --> Do it Right, Serve it Safe! (wa.gov) CLASS IS FULL.
》12-14 April 2024
AE - Airport Operations -
CP - Drill Training for Instructors -
ES - TBA -
E&T - GRAY FALCON - Gray Falcon is an interactive (basic level-entry level) course designed for Senior Members that want to learn more about the wearing of the various uniforms, drill, customs and courtesies, chain of command, and officership. Designed as an introductory course for senior members that are newer to the military customs and want to experience some of what cadets learn during a basic encampment.
OPS - Powered Orientation Flights (Weather Permitting) - If weather conditions permit and with the availability of CAP aircraft, as many cadets as possible will be scheduled for Orientation Flights. First flights will receive priority.
OJT - DFAC Training Course - Students learn the basic fundamentals for the operation of a Dining Facility. A wide range of training includes: Meal Planning, Inventory and Portion Control, Food Preparation using safe processes and guidelines, Serving and meal period set up, clean-up and kitchen maintenance procedures. Students train under the supervision of the DFAC Manager and the Cadet Officer OIC. Class is limited to 3 first-time students which may be a combination of Cadet and Senior Members. Students must obtain a Washington State Food Workers Card after registering for this course --> Do it Right, Serve it Safe! (wa.gov)
WAMA Monthly Training Assembly (MTA) Information
The Washington All Mission Academy (WAMA) meets the second complete weekend of each month from September through June each year. Each month classes are offered to both cadets and senior members in each of the 3 mission areas (Cadet Programs, Aerospace Education and Emergency Services.
We also offer Professional Development classes needed by our members and orientation flights to our cadets whenever possible. WAMA's purpose is to further our wing's accomplishment of annual goals and to aid in member retention. By clicking on the underlined date in the first column above, you will find the details of the courses offered that month. Registration opens approximately a month prior to the weekend and closes on the Tuesday before the weekend.
Friday Evening - 1900-2100 Hours
Please advise Staff if you are unable to report in by 2100 Hours.
Saturday Morning - 0700-0730 Hours
Sunday Afternoon - 1430 Hours (Approximately)
50 Airport Street NE - Ephrata, WA 98823 (Ephrata Municipal Airport - Camp Robert L. Boucher)
Telephone Number: (509) 754-3273
$50.00 for the weekend * (Some classes may require an additional fee. Information is included in the Course Description.)
Cost includes the following:
Billeting Friday & Saturday evenings.
All meals Saturday & Sunday (total of 5 meals and snacks)
Course materials & equipment unless otherwise specified when registering.
When registering, you will have the options of paying with a credit card, bringing cash/check to sign in, or units may pay for members with a Unit Funds Transfer Request (WAWG Form 34).
*Senior Members may billet off-site with a reduced fee. See Registration in Reg-Fox for details.
Prerequisites to attend WAMA:
CAP Membership Card (or temporary from eServices)
Curry Award (Cadets) or Level 1 (Senior Members)
CAPF 60-80 Cadets under age 18 - Required for each month during the 2023-24 season
CAPF 160 - All Members - Required when you are registering for the first time during the 2023-24 season
CAPF 161 - All Members - Required when you are registering for the first time during the 2023-24 season
CAPF 163 - Cadets under age 18 - Required when you are registering for the first time during the 2023-24 season
IT IS PREFERRED IF ALL FORMS ARE UPLOADED DURING THE REGISTRATION PROCESS ON REG-FOX. FORMS MAY BE HAND-CARRIED AND TURNED IN AT CHECK-IN ON FRIDAY EVENING. CONTACT YOUR SQUADRON COMMANDER IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTY WITH OBTAINING THE NECESSARY FORMS.
SOME CLASSES INVOLVE LOGGING INTO ESERVICES FOR TESTING AND OTHER PURPOSES. WRITE DOWN YOUR LOGIN AND PASSWORD INFORMATION AND CARRY IT WITH YOU. BE SURE YOUR ACCESS INFORMATION HAS BEEN SET UP.
CAPF 101 - ES Card (ES classes only, when offered)
*GES CAPT-116 Online test completion (for active field training, when offered)
*Other GES testing may be required. See Course Description for details or requirements.
Online GES testing is available on-site on Friday evening before the Orientation and Safety Briefing. Contact Staff in advance to be scheduled.
Cadets: Utility Uniform (FULL ABUs) per CAPR 39-1 OR per class information. Include jackets and gloves during cold weather periods.
Seniors: Utility Uniform (ABU or Blue Corporate Field Uniform), Corporate Polo, Class "B" Blues, or Corporate Aviator Style per CAPR 39-1*
*Flight Suits are not authorized unless participating in actual flight training or flight operations (Orientation Flights, Check Rides, etc.).
Transportation arrangements to Camp Boucher and for the return trip is the responsibility of each member attending the activity. Unit Commanders/Deputy Commanders for Cadets are encouraged to coordinate the transportation among their members. All members who have registered are listed in Unit order in the "Registrant List" Tab. Multiple units within a close proximity of each other are encouraged to work together to coordinate transportation and to utilize Corporate vehicles (COV) available. Members operating COVs MUST have a CAP Drivers License. Fuel expenses will be at the Unit or member's expense. Fuel expenses incurred during the WAMA session will be reimbursed to the Unit to which the vehicle is issued.
DO YOU NEED TO ARRANGE FOR CARPOOLING OR TRANSPORTATION?
Contact WAMA Staff for assistance.
- See Course Information, also.
Area Hotels Information:
For a listing of local hotels in the Ephrata, Moses Lake, Soap Lake, and Quincy areas, email a request to: email@example.com. Other websites such as hotels.com and travelocity.com have helpful resources. The concert season at the Gorge Amphitheater may affect rooms availability during the spring, summer and fall months.
A NOTE ABOUT REGISTRATION CANCELLATIONS AND THE WAMA REFUND POLICY
Cancellation Refunds for Registrations made through Reg-Fox will be credited back to the Credit or Debit card used for the payment if the cancellation notification is received BEFORE the 30th day of the month prior to the scheduled WAMA MTA. The Convenience Fee of approximately $3.00 is not refundable.
Cancellation Refunds for Registrations received AFTER the 30th day of the month prior to the scheduled WAMA MTA will be issued with a check paid to the Credit or Debit Cardholder from Washington Wing Headquarters at the conclusion of the current month's WAMA MTA. If the Cardholder has a Direct Deposit authorization on file with WAWG, that method will be used for the payment. The Convenience Fee of approximately $3.00 is not refundable.
Checks or Money Orders used for registration payments during Check-In should be made payable to "Civil Air Patrol".