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Mary Feik, Marc 9, 1924 - Jun 10, 2016
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After overhauling her first automobile engine at 13, Mary Feik turned to aircraft engines and military aircraft at 18, eventually teaching aircraft maintenance to crew chiefs and mechanics for the U.S. Army Air Force in 1942.

 Feik is credited with becoming the first woman engineer in research and development in the Air Technical Service Command’s Engineering Division.

 In addition to logging more than 5,000 hours as a B-29 flight engineer, engineering observer and pilot in fighter, attack, bomber, cargo and training aircraft, she also designed high-performance and jet fighter pilot transition trainers as well as aircraft maintenance trainers.

 Not just noted as a pilot but also a writer, Feik authored pilot training manuals and technical engineering reports that were distributed throughout the armed forces.

 She's accomplished so much but here's what she says about her proudest moment, in 2003: "My ultimate honor [is] the Civil Air Patrol cadet achievement created in my name."

cadettalkOregon is one of six states, or "wings," that comprise the Pacific Region of Civil Air Patrol -- the official auxiliary of the United States Air Force. Civil Air Patrol (CAP), headquartered at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, under the Air Education and Training Command , is a non-profit, federally-chartered volunteer organization dedicated to serving the people of the United States through its three missions: Emergency Services, Aerospace Education and the Cadet Program.

Wing Span Letter from the Commander of the Oregon Wing

Col. Longley has a letter, appearing in the Wing Span Publication for all members of the Oregon Wing. Please read it here.

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Payments to Oregon Wing

Oregon Wing no longer accepts PayPal. If you need to make a payment to Oregon Wing please contact the Wing Administrator at (541) 688-9408


cadetdrillUNIT ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE OF REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETINGS:

Oregon Wing will now use the ORWGF 54 for all activities outside of the normal (regularly scheduled) unit meeting. Please refer to ORWG Pamphlet 10-4 for instructions on how to complete this form. Please submit your activity plan as early as possible to the Wing Administrator, Tracy Jensen at admin@orwg.cap.gov

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WIMRS New Procedures and Clarifications

There are new procedures and clarifications for using WMIRS in place of previously used WMU functions,  which has  been  discontinued by ORWG.
There is also a new form for submitting receipts to request reimbursement for fuel, etc. on approved AF missions.
The form and instructions are available at the Operations section of this WEB site.

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Wing Conference Sep 9 - 10, 2016

Join us this year for a very special event. We will be celebrating two events CAP 75th Birthday and a change of command for Oregon Wing. This will be a big event with a large number of CAP members attending, including members from NHQ and other PCR Wings.

Make your Hotel reservations now    Best Western Boulder Falls Inn: Hotels In Lebanon Oregon

  • Call the front desk at 541-451-1000
  • Referencing Civil Air Patrol 2016 or 80700
  • We were able to secure the Government Room rate of $89.00
Visit the 2016 Wing Conference Page for more details.

Eventbrite - 2016 Oregon Wing Conference