Virginia Wing Fetes Winners of Second Annual Character Essay Contest

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This content on the Cadet Character Essay Contest first appeared on the Virginia Wing’s social media sites   The commander of the Virginia Wing, Colonel Dean Gould, recently announced the winners of the second annual Cadet Character Essay Contest. His announcement to the wing said:   “Virginia Wing Members:   … Read More

Virginia Wing Holds a Cadet Essay Contest on Character

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(This article on the first character essay contest was first published in the Spring 2017 issue of The Transmitter) by Lt. Col. Timothy Miner Virginia Wing Chaplain At the combined wing and region conference on 4 April 2017, the Civil Air Patrol’s Virginia Wing awarded the first prize for its … Read More

Ethical Leadership Is New CAP National Commander’s Background

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On 2 September 2017, Major General Mark Smith, CAP, assumed command of the Civil Air Patrol in a ceremony at the national conference in San Antonio.  He recently completed a doctoral degree in education on ethical leadership from Olivet Nazarene University.   This foundation in ethics is a major component of … Read More

LOGBOOK: A Visit To The United State Air Force Academy’s Center for Character and Leadership Development

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      by Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Paul Ward Chief, Operations and Plans Civil Air Patrol Chaplain Corps The Civil Air Patrol Chief of Chaplains and a team of six others visited the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) from 6 to 10 February 2017 to meet with and learn … Read More

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