Civil Air Patrol - NY 406

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05/08/2020

ALL, you should have received instructions Wednesday on how to access tonight's web meeting. If you have questions or issues, or did not receive the email, please let your chain of command know. Please make every effort to attend. There will be many important things to discuss.

03/14/2020

(From email sent out on 3/13/2020)

NY Wing,

In light of the recent state-of-emergency declared by Governor Cuomo due to the COVID-19 virus, and information that we are receiving from our National Guard partners within the state, I am ordering the suspension of all activities within the Wing until 1 April. This is not a decision that was made lightly, but I feel this situation needs to be taken very seriously. The health and well-being of our members and their families is more important than normal business.

This is effective immediately, and includes all scheduled CAP activities, to include Cadet Orientation Flights. I realize that this will put a damper on flying and awards banquets, but for the safety of the members of NY Wing, it is the right thing to do.

The Wing will continue to be ready to respond to NHQ-CAP and First Air Force taskings, and support those as required, while exposing as few members as necessary.

Many of you have inquired about the canceling Wing Conference. I assure you that it is on our radar, the Command Staff and I converse about it almost daily. At this time, the conference will proceed as scheduled, but we will closely monitor the outbreak and make decisions that keep the health and well-being of our members in the forefront. We have over 6-weeks until the conference, so canceling at this time is premature.

Please use your chain-of-command if there are any questions and/or concerns. I will address them as I get them.

We will evaluate the severity of this viral outbreak at the end of the month, and make a decision on whether or not to terminate or extend the suspension.

Be Well,
Col Carello

New York Wing Civil Air Patrol
nyw.cap.gov

03/13/2020

Members, please check your email.

02/07/2020

The meeting for tonight is cancelled due to weather.

12/31/2019

No meeting this week. Next meeting will be 10 January.

12/06/2019

ALL, the meeting tonight is cancelled due to weather. Please be safe on the roads.

11/21/2019

REMINDER: No meetings on 22 and 29 November.

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10/01/2019
CadetInvest Opens 01 October 2019

Looking for a way to fund your flying aspirations? Want $$ for college? Need financial assistance to attend any NCSA activities this summer? Civil Air Patrol’s CadetInvest application cycle opens October 01, 2019! Don't miss this opportunity. You must apply by 31 December 2019 to be considered.

Check out the CadetInvest link for instructions before going to eServices and applying. The link also lists partner organizations which offer scholarships cadets may apply for directly.

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N.Y. Air National Guard Wing Hails CAP for Reaper Escorts
10/01/2019
N.Y. Air National Guard Wing Hails CAP for Reaper Escorts

N.Y. Air National Guard Wing Hails CAP for Reaper Escorts

The New York Air National Guard’s 174th Attack Wing saluted Civil Air Patrol members Thursday for more than three years of service flying escorts for MQ-9 Reapers from Syracuse to the Fort Drum training area. Lt. Col. Aaron Brown of the Air National Guard cited CAP’s 100% safety record during th...

CAP Aerospace Education
09/04/2019
CAP Aerospace Education

CAP Aerospace Education

Ready, set, start today to encourage youth to try to name the next Mars Rover... Adults can register to be a judge, too! Good luck!

08/06/2019

Like many other CAP squadrons, NY-406 is proud of our Flight Officers and older Cadets. We wanted to take the opportunity to share some of their recent accomplishments:

Flight Officer Ethan Rock:
FO Rock is a graduate of Cumberland High School class of 2017, Cumberland, RI. Rock is active duty with the US Army as a UAS Operator. He has future goals of being an Aerospace Engineer. Within the squadron, Rock teaches drill and ceremony as well as aerospace education.

Cadet Lt Col Nathaniel Bajakian:
Cadet Lt Col Bajakian is a graduate of Indian River High School class of 2017, Philadelphia, NY. Bajakian currently attends Worcester Polytechnic Institute where he is studying electrical and computer engineering. His goal is to become an engineer at an aerospace or defense company. Bajakian is a former squadron cadet commander who is now in an advisor/mentor position. Bajakian has also held leadership positions at the Group and Wing level, and is the highest ranking Cadet officer in NY-406’s history.

Cadet Captain Michael Rouleau
Cadet Capt Rouleau is a graduate of Carthage Central High School class of 2019, Carthage, NY. Rouleau is planning on attending the University of Michigan and has been offered an Army ROTC scholarship. His future career goals include employment as a computer engineer for the federal government or private sector. Rouleau is a former squadron cadet commander who is now in an advisor/mentor position.

Cadet 1st Lt Keaton Landerman
Cadet 1st Lt Landerman is a graduate of Indian River High School class of 2019, Philadelphia, NY. He plans on attending Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho. He will be studying paramedic science. His career goals including join the US Army through their warrant officer flight training program to be a helicopter pilot. Landerman is a former squadron cadet commander who is now in an advisor/mentor position.

Cadet 1st Lt Jordan Hack:
Cadet 1st Lt Hack is a graduate of Indian River High School class of 2019, Philadelphia, NY. He has been accepted at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida. He plans on studying aerospace engineering and has been offered an Air Force ROTC scholarship. His career goals include becoming a pilot in the US Air Force. Hack currently serves as the squadron’s cadet commander.

08/05/2019

Congratulations to Cadet SSgt Timothy Noble. Noble recently attended two weeks of training at the National Emergency Services Academy (NESA) at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, where he earned certifications as a Ground Team Member 3, 2, and 1. Earlier this year he attended a week-long encampment in Rhode Island. Congratulations, and nice work!

“Civil Air Patrol cadets from New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Connecticut are spending 10 days at Stratton Air...
07/26/2019
200 cadets across the area learn leadership skills

“Civil Air Patrol cadets from New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Connecticut are spending 10 days at Stratton Air National Guard Base going through leadership training.

They got to fly on Blackhawk helicopters, Cessna aircraft, and a C-17 Globemaster III from the 105th Airlift Wing, out of Stewart Air National Guard Base.”

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SCOTIA, N.Y. (NEWS10)— Civil Air Patrol cadets from New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Connecticut are spending 10 days at Stratton Air National Guard Base going through leadership training.…

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I'm happy to say the book "Miracle on Buffalo Pass" is now available on Amazon.com in a print edition and a Kindle edition. One of the most successful CAP search and rescue missions ever completed and told in the words of team members who risked their own safety to save lives. The CAP Silver Medal of Valor was awarded and well deserved. Photos from the book can be viewed at www.harrisonjones.org/photos.
Cadet Kaiser recruiting new cadets at the NYS Fair !
the best squadron in the north country! with the best cadets, most motivated seniors, and awesome parent support!