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ABU Memo

Fellow members of www.warmandsafenow.com the Civil Air Patrol:

The idea of Civil Air Patrol transitioning their Air Force style utility uniform from the BDU to the ABU, has been a topic of discussion in both official and http://www.axiomfilms.co.uk/buy-cialis-from-canada unofficial circles for some time.

Previously, the decision was made to not pursue the ABU for CAP because the cialis online india Air Force was considering phasing out the ABU. Recently, we were informed that the Air Force has no intention of phasing out the ABU in the near future. At that time, the decision was made to examine the possibility of CAP transitioning to the ABU, due to the increase in issues with BDU availability in some parts of generic cialis the country. The National Uniform Committee was tasked with examining the issue.

It's important to remember that the Air Force Instruction governing our wear of the Air Force Uniform requires that our uniforms be easily distinguishable from Air Force Uniforms at a distance and at low light. This is accomplished through the use of distinctive insignia, name tapes, etc.

The National Uniform Committee, in coordination with CAP-USAF recommended that CAP ask for Air Force approval to almansouria.org wear the http://ukunderfloorheating.co.uk/purchase-cialis-online ABU with the following distinguishing modifications:

1.  Name and CAP tapes, aviation and specialty badges would be on a Navy Blue background with silver thread. These colors would be the same as currently in use on the NCO stripes. The NUC examined the possibility of using the ABU tapes. Because our adult members wear the same grade insignia as Air Force Officers, use of the ABU tapes was not considered to be distinguishable in accordance to the AFI. AFJROTC and AFROTC wear the ABU tapes, but they do not wear officer grade insignia. Wing, Unit, and Activity patches would be optional under the proposal.

2.  Black boots. There were many factors in our recommendation to retain the viagra and canada custom'>viagra and canada custom black boots. The first was cost to the membership. Many members already own black boots. Also, black boots are still available at reasonable prices commercially. The green boots cost over $100. Another consideration was asking members to buy a second pair of boots if they chose to wear other uniform combinations. The corporate (blue) uniform has black boots, as do the flight duty uniforms.  The final reason was the black boots provide a further distinguishing factor to click now price of cialis the uniform.

Our final recommendation was to phase out the ultramarine blue tapes and insignia, and convert to the navy blue and silver tapes. These tapes better match the corporate BDU's and will eliminate the confusion caused by having two different color tapes.

As you have undoubtedly heard by now, our National Commander, Maj Gen Joseph Vazquez, sought the opinion of the CAP Command Council regarding the proposed changes. The Command Council overwhelmingly supported the herbal cialis change to the ABU. The proposal now goes to the Air Force for approval. As a reminder, the ABU Uniform for CAP is NOT approved yet.

The Command Council also recommended phasing out the ultramarine tapes in favor of the navy blue tapes on the Corporate BDU.

I hope this has answered your questions about how we arrived at our recommendations. If you have any further questions, I encourage you to address them with your chain of command. They have the most up to date information. Thank you.

Colonel Richard J. Greenwood, CAP
Chair, National Uniform Committee

Lest We Forget: The Mission

Lest We Forget: The Mission

It was a busy week at Wings Over the Rockies for Valkyrie. In addition to cheap levitra canada'>cheap levitra canada assisting the museum with Open Cockpit, we provided Color Guard to two "Lest We Forget: The Mission” events (a bronze exhibit memorializing the aviators of purchase viagra in canada'>purchase viagra in canada World War II). These remarkable sculptures were created by World War II aviator Major Fredric Arnold, USAAC (Ret.) pictured with our cadets.

 

Published by 2d Lt Michelle Chandler.

Valkyrie Escorts Internment for Major General John France at Ft. Logan

Valkyrie Squadron Attends Internment for Major General France at Ft Logan National Cemetery 

October 26, 2015, an internment with full military honors, similar to those held at Arlington National Cemetery, was conducted in honor of Major General John France at Ft. Logan National Cemetery. General France was the longest serving Adjutant General for the State of Colorado from 1979 to 1995. He served under three Colorado Governors as head of the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs. Colorado Governor Hickenlooper and botecagem.com.br the current Adjutant General, Maj Gen H. Michael Edwards, led the get viagra'>get viagra procession of dignitaries, Army and Air National Guard, and Civil Air Patrol escort platoons, which marched through the cemetery ahead of the flag-draped caisson pulled by a riderless horse. A twenty-one gun salute, National Guard canon firing salute, and a "missing man" formation F-16 fly-over were also among the proceedings. A solemn tribute was also held later at the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum.

Members in attendance for Valkyrie Cadet Squadron: SrAmn Mavrick Chandler, C/Ssgt Jiun Chung, C/CMsgt Kyle Hericks, C/Amn Kevin Manzanares, C/2Lt Filipa Martinovic, C/2Lt Michael Melton, C/2Lt Kyle Vesteka, and C/Tsgt Leighton Wright. Senior staff included:  Capt Jeffery Caldwell, SM Roberta Chandler, Capt Debborah McAllister, Capt Christopher Melton, Capt David Pershing, Capt Judy Pershing, Maj Thomas Scheffel (Commander).

Valkyrie ES Training

LOWRY, CO - On Saturday, July 18, 2015 Cadets and Senior Members of the Valkyrie Cadet Squadron engaged in Ground Team Member 3 (GTM3) and Urban Direction Finding (UDF) Familiarization and Preparatory Training. The training was conducted in classroom at the Wings Over the Rockies Museum and on ordering cialis'>ordering cialis the field at Jackie Robison Fields Park.

Captain Cody Draeger, Colorado Wing Assistant Emergency Service Training Officer, supervised and evaluated the training and participants’ performance in order to approve the GTM3 and UDF tasks required to complete the Familiarization and Preparatory training. This training included:

 Activation of a Ground Team

 Equipment Preparation and order viagra online usa Refit

 Prevention and Treatment of Cold and Hot Weather Injuries

 Assessment and Protection against Natural Hazard and

 Fatigue

 Field Hygiene

 Land Survival

 Navigation

The members were also trained by Captain Chris Melton, Valkyrie Cadet Squadron Communications, in Radio Communications methods and techniques necessary for the Introductory Communications User Training Certification. Additionally the group performed a short field Search and Rescue Exercise, where they searched for a practice beacon and http://www.institutodelperu.org.pe/daily-cialis assessed Universal Precautions needed to treat a possible victim.

Those members who complete these requirements become Ground Team Member 3 and Urban Direction Finding trainees, with the opportunity to participate in Search and Rescue Exercises (SAREX) sponsored by the heroncityvalencia.com Civil Air Patrol and the United States Air Force. During these exercises the trainees and evaluators perform and evaluate tasks in order to demonstrate their proficiency to cialis from canada perform real-life Search and Rescue.

Fallen Heroes Saluted

Fallen Heroes Saluted

At the 2011 Memorial Day ceremonies held at Ft Logan National Cemetery, Colorado Wing Civil Air Patrol cadets provided both support and active duties. Several cadets handed out programs to the hundreds of attendees that assembled to commemorate the debt of gratitude paid by the brave men and women interred at Ft Logan. After the military service flags were posted, cadets protected the flags by aligning behind them throughout the ceremony.

This special day included author, Tom Ruck, to speak on the veteran subjects of his book; other speakers gave veteran accounts of hostilities that took the lives of generic viagra online fallen comrades. An all services military honor guard, a twenty-one gun salute were encompassed with the music from any all volunteer veteran band. Taps were then played in-the-round by four trumpeters, and finally, the bagpiper sounding off with the Amazing Grace instrumental. At promptly 11:38am four F-16 fighter jets thundered overhead in a spectacular fly-over salute.

In concert with the wreath-laying of the formal homage conducted by Major General Michael Edwards, Adjutant General-State of Colorado; the cadets assisted with this activity and the additional groups laying flowers: the Gold Star Mothers and how can i buy levitra in canada'>how can i buy levitra in canada flowers from the United Kingdom.

Numerous escort duties were also delivered by the cadets for the elderly and disabled. In kind, the Adjutant General honored the almansouria.org cadets for their service during the services by giving each cadet his personal challenge coin and thanks.

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