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MAJ GEN JOHN F. CURRY ACHIEVEMENT

MAJOR GENERAL JOHN F. CURRY served as CAP's first national commander. His tenure coincided with the early days of WWII, a time when ordinary citizens were searching for ways to help the war effort. So great was the desire to serve that Curry quickly built a force of 100,000 "flying minutemen" from across the http://www.institutodelperu.org.pe/cheap-levitra nation. As a flier himself, he believed in airpower, so Curry knew that to win the war, America had better make use of the airplane's capabilities. Because of Curry's leadership, CAP aircrews were tasked with missions that were of national importance, but which the military did not have the time or ability to complete. CAP volunteers began flying aerial search missions, watching the US / Mexico border for espionage, towing aerial targets for the Navy, and most famously, searching the http://www.hexicamaerials.com/order-viagra Atlantic for (and sinking!) Nazi submarines. Although General Curry served as national commander for only 4 months, he set CAP on a course for success.

 

 

HOW TO BECOME ELIGIBLE FOR PROMOTION

1.   Pre-Requisite:  Be a current CAP cadet, as shown in E-Services.
                                   Possess a CAP uniform and wear it properly.
                                   Be capable of only now female cialis reciting the Cadet Oath from memory 
                                   (see R52-16 paragraph 5-2 and 1-3).

2.   Leadership:  Pass a test on Leadership for the 21st Century chapter 1, with a grade of 70% or higher, closed-book. This test includes multiple-choice questions and a section testing performance in drill and ceremonies

Or

Pass an online test on Learn To Lead chapter 1, with a grade of 80% or higher, open-book. This test includes multiple-choice questions and a section testing performance indrill and ceremonies. You can also download an audio file of this chapter.

3.   Aerospace:   There is no requirement for the Curry Achievement

4.   Character:   Complete an Introduction to the Core Values This is the same “foundations module” that has been in use since 2006.

and

Complete the Introduction to Safety course and pass a formal quiz with a grade of 80% or higher, closed book. The quiz can be taken online in e-Services from the Online Safety Education module; or senior members can print quizzes from e-Services and then have cadets take the quizzes using paper or pencil.  The hard-copy quizzes in e-Services can be accessed from the Cadet Online Testing Admin module.

The goal is for new cadets to understand and appreciate that the Core Values and a pro-safety attitude are essential aspects of cadet life.

5.   Activities:   Participate actively

6.   Fitness:  Pass the mile run or shuttle run, plus 2 of the 3 other events in the cadet physical fitness test, as shown below:

Males Aged:

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17+

Sit & Reach

20

21

21

20

23

24

25

28

Curl Ups

30

31

34

36

39

38

38

38

Push Ups

 10

11

12

16

18

22

24

26

Shuttle Run

12.4

12.0

11.2

10.8

10.5

10.2

10.0

 9.9

Mile Run

 11.40

11.25

10.22

9.23

9.10

8.49

8.37

8.06

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Females Aged:

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17+

Sit & Reach

24

24

25

24

28

31

30

31

Curl Ups

 25

 27

 29

 30

 31

 30

 30

28

Push Ups

10

10

9

9

9

11

11

12

Shuttle Run

 13.1

12.5

12.1

11.8

11.9

11.7

11.7

11.7

Mile Run

 13.00

13.09

12.46

12.29

11.52

11.48

12.42

12.11

 

LEADERSHIP EXPECTATIONS
Fulfilling the promotion eligibility requirements above is only half the battle. You also need to show that you have some leadership skills. Look at the goals below and once in a while ask yourself how well you're doing in those areas. 

Attitude

 

Displays a positive attitude; optimistic; enthusiastic; team-orientated

Core 
Values

 

Aware of the Core Values; honest; wears uniform properly; practices customs and courtesies

Communication
Skills

 

Listens actively; attentive; asks good questions

Sense of 
Responsibility

 

Follows directions; dependable; arrives ready to learn and serve; effective in managing own time

Interpersonal
Skills

 

Not applicable

Critical
Thinking

 

Not applicable

Delegation
Skills

 

Not applicable

TYPICAL DUTIES    
Element member 


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