Winter Raptor 2022 Encampment
Cadre Applications is OPEN
Student and ATS Registration will open September 2022
Announcing the Winter Raptor 2022, Oregon Wing Winter Encampment
When: Cadre: 1400-1600 26 DEC 2022-03 JAN 2023
Students 1400-1500 28 DEC 2022-1200 03 JAN 2023
Where: Camp Rilea Armed Forces Training Center (near Astoria Oregon)
33168 Patriot Way
Warrenton, OR 97146
$300.00 for mainland students (Basic and ATS)
$200.00 for cadet staff
$100.00for AK, HI, territories, or overseas cadets (staff or student).
$0 for Senior member positions and dining facility cadets (DEFAC).
Transportation: All CAP members flying into Portland (PDX) will be provided baggage claim to barracks transportation. Students Plan your Travel to arrive by 1100 28 DEC 22 at PDX, and schedule your departure after 1600 03 JAN 2023 in order to complete the 1100-1200 03 JAN 2023 graduation activities. Staff and early student PDX arrivals will be picked up by van plan your arrival prior to 1100 26 DEC 22 if possible. Early arrival, even overnight, as early as the 26th will be authorized only if required (i.e. students traveling with family that is staff) but discouraged if possible. Departure AFTER 03 JAN 2023 is STRONGLY discouraged. ALL members flying to PDX must send their arrival and departure itinerary to LGT transportation officer. Please provide this flight information No Later Than 15 DEC 22
New Student and Advanced Training Student registrations will be open in September 2022
Please use the below link to register for the Encampment. DO NOT REGISTER as staff until you have been selected and notified by the cadet Cadre or Lt Col Buchanan, the Commandant of cadets.
The above link will require you to complete the following forms in order to complete your registration. They are uploaded during the online application. A packing list has been published and it is available at the registration link – check your email before departure for updates
Application forms will need to be filled out completely; including all parental and unit signatures. IAW CAPR 60-1, Wing Commander signature/approval is not required, but please notify your Director of Cadet Programs of your attendance to an out-of-wing activity. Commanders and parents: Please identify any special needs cadets and any special diatary or medical considerations on the cadet application form. Please contact the encampment commander, for any special needs requiring one on one supervision, special assistance, or access requirements.
If Needed: due to COVID Concerns, it is HIGHLY recommended that all members attending encampment be up-to-date on all vaccinations before attendance.
Please take note of the CEAP registration option. If you intend to apply for CEAP benefits, select the correct registration category – AND on 1 NOV 2022 immediately, apply for CEAP.
This year’s encampment will feature both basic encampment training squadrons for first time attendees and an Advance training Squadron (ATS) for second year cadets and future staff.
Winter Raptor Encampment is intended to teach the individuals from the participating wings common followership and leadership skills with standardized training and barracks life in a high stress environment. Graduation from a basic encampment is mandatory (pre-COVID) for all cadets wishing to move on to phase III and earn their Billy Mitchell award. In addition to the four core aspects of the cadet program: Leadership, Aerospace education, physical fitness, and character development, an opportunity to tour local Aerospace themed locations, team confidence course, rotary wing Orientation rides are being scheduled. Many of the high adventure activities will be weather and installation dependent, and are not guaranteed.
The purpose of the ATS is to bridge the collective training gap for the phase II and III Cadets that have not had the opportunity for advanced NCO and leader training. The ATS will function as an NCO Academy while incorporating the structure and opportunities of an encampment. Students in ATS will also receive an NCOS graduation certificate and staff and participate in an Aerospace or Emergency Services project - to be determined. Graduates of the ATS will be able to take the additional training back to their home squadrons and will also assist them in preparing for future leadership opportunities in CAP and life. Past encampment participation will be verified for cadets wishing to join as advanced cadets. Attending this ATS is an excellent opportunity to return to and relive the lifestyle of encampment but get more relevant phase II and III training. There is no minimum or maximum grade level to attend ATS - just prior encampment graduation.
For senior members interested this year as Training Officers (TO), we are hiring TOs and ATOs plus Senior Training Officers. We have a limited number of seats for Phase IV Cadets to participate as STO Assistants. Please send an email to the Commandant of Cadets and to the Chief Training Officer, if you would like to be part of our Training Officer team please send a short letter of intent (don’t make it too complicated) and/or Resume. Once assigned a position you will be asked submit a CAPF 17 or a 60-81 with their registration, that should be in the PDF attachment for seniors.
A winter Raptor Facebook page is available – announcements prior to encampment will be updated there, and, mid encampment updates should be available.
Graduation activities: The Graduation Ceremony is yet to be determined. ALL CADET's that are not flying out early, will be required to assist in finish clearing their barracks to graduate. Cadet departure may be delayed as they clear the barracks to the encampment logistics section.
POC for this action is the undersigned at email@example.com. or call 503-453-5833 (text preferred for scheduling calls).