Civil Air Patrol

Why Wendover

By Capt. Alison Carlisi Deputy Commander Thunderbird Cadet Squadron We need your support in time, money and effort. You have received mailings, heard about work out in Wendover, and seen pictures of efforts on facebook, and maybe you are asking yourself…..why Wendover? Why should I help with the effort to restore this decades old Air […]

Chaplain’s Corner – The Mind and Resilience

By Chaplain Stu Boyd This month in our Character Development Instruction we have focused on “Wellness and Resilience.”  I want to expand on that a bit by providing some specific ideas you can use to put that concept into practice in your life.  As you may recall, the five pillars of Wellness and Resilience are […]

Commentary: Our core values – The glue that holds us together

By 1st Lt Sean Wardwell Utah Wing Director of Public Affairs What we do in CAP is easy to explain – aerospace education, cadet programs and emergency services. Yet, how many of us ask why we do what we do? We all enter for different reasons; however, the same code binds us – our core […]

‘ALL IN!” – A Week At Region Staff College

By 1st. Lt Sean Wardwell UTWG Director of Public Affairs COLORADO SPRINGS – Standing at the front of Polaris Hall at the US Air Force Academy, Chief Master Sergeant Bob Vasquez (retired) asked a simple, but important question to the assembled cadet and senior students of the University of Rocky Mountain Region (URMR). “Are you […]

Utah’s Grand Welcome for IACE

Story and Photos By C/2d Lt. Faith Christiansen UTWG Public Affairs Cadet Liason UTAH WING – This year 19 International Air Cadet Exchange (IACE) cadets came to tour Civil Air Patrol’s Rocky Mountain Region (RMR). Starting on July 25, 2018, they came to Utah Wing to participate in a list of activities that lasted until July 27 […]

Supporting the Mission: Kemp Jet Services

By 1st Lt. Sean Wardwell UTWG Director of Public Affairs OGDEN – The Civil Air Patrol relies on its members to carry out missions for both their community and country, but that can be a challenge without those members receiving significant support from their communities. Here in Utah, one of our biggest supporters is Mel […]

Southern Arch 2 Seeking Encampment Staff

The Utah Wing is pleased to announce, Southern Arch 2, the Utah Wing Winter Encampment. The encampment is scheduled for 26 Dec thru 31 Dec 2018 at the Rising Star in Mesquite, Nev. We are in the planning process and would like to have an encampment staff in place ASAP. We will need to fill […]

Meet our newest recruit – N586CP

  By Rex Shoell UTWG Asst. Director of Aerospace Education On Mother’s Day Max Kieffer and I flew out of Salt Lake International on an uneventful flight to Tulsa so we could pick up a new CAP member – N586CP. When we arrived, we beheld the vehicle that would take us the 85 miles to […]

New Idaho Wing Commander Announced

Rocky Mountain Region Commander Col. Thomas Kettell announced the appointment of Col. Robert Bost, CAP, as the incoming commander of Idaho Wing. Col. Bost joined CAP in 2002 and has served in command and staff positions at the squadron, wing and region levels. “Col. Bost comes with a vast amount of experience and expertise that I […]

Wendover project gets help from local company

By 1st Lt TeriLee Hammond Desert Hawk Encampment PAO On June 11, the restoration project received a donation from the Robinson/KGHM Mining company, which has large transport trucks that drive past the facility that the wing uses for their yearly cadet encampment. Each year, close to 150 cadet and senior (adult) members converge on the […]

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