This is a reminder to submit entries for the Ship's Log upon your return from a training
We would like to include your accomplishments outside AIRPAC here in the Cadet News
of this newsletter. PLEASE send your news to the Web Site Administrator.
AIRPAC Sea Cadets are required to turn in at least two assignments per drill. Mail
your coursework to the AIRPAC Training Officer and they will be graded before the
drill. If you are missing course work, please contact the AIRPAC Training Officer.
You are required to bring your ID card with you to every drill and training. To travel
or train you must have a current ID card. To be accepted into training, your ID card
must run through the training end date. Check the back of your Sea Cadet ID card
to see when it expires. Any questions, please contact the AIRPAC Administrative Officer.
Every cadet is required to report in to their squad leader by 1800 (6 pm) the Wednesday
preceding the drill. The purpose of this report is to let the squad leader know if
the cadet will or will not be attending drill. Cadets must report in regardless
of whether they will be attending drill or not. It is the cadet’s responsibility
(not the parent’s) to call.
Participation is a key element of AIRPAC’s success. It is critical that every cadet
attend the drills. If you cannot attend a drill, it is your responsibility to notify
your Squad Leader prior to the drill. If you cannot contact the appropriate individual,
move up the chain of command until you get someone (i.e. CC, LPO, OPS, XO, CO). If
your attendance drops below minimums, advancement may be delayed and/or you may not
qualify to attend trainings.
Just as a reminder, AIRPAC’s mission is to instill in your cadet a greater sense
of teamwork, leadership, discipline, and self reliance. Communication is an important
part of your cadet’s development. It is the cadet’s responsibility (not the parent’s)
to communicate with AIRPAC.