Tuesday, 07 July 2015 15:12
Mississippi Wing Cadet Honor Society
The purpose of the Mississippi Wing Cadet Honor Society is to assist cadets in gaining academic recognition and credit for educational and scholarship purposes, and to encourage cadets to excel in the academic side of cadet promotions. It is a great way to recognize cadets for excellence in academics.
The qualification for the Mississippi Wing Cadet Honor Society shall be as follows:
· Score a 90% or above per achievement or milestone, which will be the average of both aerospace and leadership tests for Achievement 2 through 16. Achievement 1 and milestone tests will stand by themselves.
· Maintain this average over a consecutive three-achievement/milestone span, with no time frame.
· Scores will be calculated based on the first passing score of the test. Second attempt scores will not be considered.
· The cadet will be a member in good standing.
Procedure for Induction
· Download and print the MSWG Cadet Honor Society Induction Form.
· Fill it out and have the Squadron Commander or Deputy Commanders for Cadets sign it. Please note that illegible applications will not be processed.
Temperatures are rising and cadets and senior members alike will be challenged as we participate in CAP and personal activities. Privately owned vehicle (POV) operations, recreational water activities and seasonal conditions account for the majority of summer accidents and injuries.
Swimming related mishaps increase during the summer months; both in private pools, lakes and in the Gulf of Mexico. This was brought to light recently when several individuals encountered a riptide while swimming on one of the Barrier Islands. I encourage all CAP members and families to swim only in designated swimming areas with life guards present, and/or with appropriate supervision and utilizing personal floatation devices (PFD).
With numerous summer activities ramping up, I ask all leaders to provide heat injury prevention training focusing on the need to maintain hydration and the impacts of energy drinks, supplements and caffeinated drinks. In an effort to prevent heat injuries, leaders should ensure that all members are briefed on the MSWG Heat Injury Prevention Policy, which can be located on our wing website.
Commanders at all levels must emphasize these and all the risks as the seasonal conditions change. It is imperative that we employ smart and effective Risk Management techniques to identify hazards, and work to mitigate or reduce the associated risks to acceptable levels. Please monitor each other, and remember, you could be the link in a chain that could prevent a mishap – just by saying “knock it off”.
Saturday, 18 April 2015 21:01
Ladies and Gentlemen:
It is with beaming pride that I report that several of our teammates have been recognized in the SER "of the year" Award honors. Please join me in extending heartiest congratulations to each individual, and to the entire team of MS-109 on their selection as the SER Squadron of Distinction.
Major General Jeanne M. Holm CAP Aerospace Education Officer of the Year - Capt Shaun J. Kelly, MS-109
Air Force Sergeants Association (AFSA) Outstanding National Cadet NCO of the Year - C/CMSgt David M. Webster, MS-072
Frank G. Brewer Sr. CAP Memorial Aerospace Education Award Category I - C/2d Lt Richard J. Fabian, MS-096
AFA CAP AEROSPACE CADET OF THE YEAR - C/MSgt Brittany D. Brewer, MS-109
Col Edwin Lewis Incident Staff member of the Year - Lt Col Michael P. Hainsey, MS-057
Property Manager of the Year - Maj Kristy D. Williams, MS-001
SER Squadron of Distinction - Vicksburg Composite Squadron, MS-109
Col. Mallory D. Woodcock
Commander, Mississippi Wing
Saturday, 21 March 2015 19:55
|2014 End of Year Award|
|Aerospace Education Cadet of the Year||C/CMSgt Brittany Brewer|
|Aerospace Education Officer of the Year||Capt Shaun Kelly|
|Emergency Services Officer of the Year||Maj Trey Breckenridge|
|Col. Rebecca Tilton Cadet Programs Officer of the Year||Lt Col David Brannon|
|Col. Berta Edge Communicator of the Year||Lt Col Morris Middleton|
|Squadron Safety Officer of the Year||1st Lt Sabrina Kingston-Miles|
|Public Affairs Officer of the Year||Capt Jon Maynard|
|Logistician of the Year||Maj Kristy Williams|
|Professional Development Officer of the Year||Maj Jo Kelly|
|Chaplain of the Year||Chp Maj John Cantele|
|Cadet NCO of the Year||C/CMSgt David Webster|
|Cadet Officer of the Year||C/2nd Lt Noa Bender|
|Top Gun Award||Lt Col Alfred Fernandez|
|Incident Staff Member of the Year||Lt Col Michael Hainsey|
|Jeff Meaders Check Pilot of the Year||Capt Jay Staats|
|Squadron Commander of the Year||Capt Shaun Kelly|
|Squadron Award For Excellence in Safety||SER-MS-096|
|Squadron of the Year||SER-MS-109|
|Inspector General of the Year||Lt Col Danny Watson|
|Wing Staff Member of the Year||Capt Gary Turner|
|Cadet of the Year||C/Capt Christian Shiyou|
|Officer of the Year||Capt Danny Carter|
|T. G. Fortune Life Time Achievement Award||Lt Col John Hey|
|Squadron of Merit||SER-MS-107|
Tuesday, 27 January 2015 03:34
Second Annual Mississippi Wing Cadet Conference a Resounding Success
C/2d Lt Noa Bender, Desoto Composite Squadron, Mississippi Wing
On the weekend of January 17-19th, over 40 Mississippi Wing cadets from eleven squadrons, met for Mississippi Wing’s second annual Cadet Conference. This group also included cadets from both the Tennessee and Georgia Wings, Cadets attended a range of classes that included flight line marshaling, communications, and urban direction finding. For many cadets these classes were required training towards their flight line marshalling and mission radio operator ratings.
Cadet Technical Sgt. Zachary-Scott Neal, competing in a paper airplane contest following a class on Basic Aerodynamics
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