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11-13 Nov 2022


This course will teach the fundamentals of building and launching model rockets. Upon successful completion, cadets will earn and be presented with the CAP Model Rocketry Badge for wear on the CAP Class A and B uniforms. This course is limited to 20 students. There is an additional $25.00 materials fee for this class.


The intent of this weekend course is to help newer cadets to learn and test fully for either the Curry or Arnold achievement. This interactive weekend will provide a group of cadets with an interactive learning environment with the ability to meet and learn with cadets from across the wing while achieving their next grade together. This course is limited to 20 students.


Students will receive instruction toward ES qualifications as Mission Staff Assistant and Mission Radio Operator. Check back for complete prerequisites, required equipment and other course details.


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 4 students which may be a combination of Cadet and Senior Members. You must obtain a Washington State Food Worker's Card to participate in this course. To obtain this card, go to: www.foodworkercard.wa.gov.


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