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2017 Middle East Region Cadet Leadership School

Civil Air Patrol Middle East Region (MER) is once again offering two exciting Cadet Leadership Schools (CLS) this summer!

MER CLS – South                                                  MER CLS – North
16 – 22 July 2017                                                    23 – 29 July 2017
Seymour Johnson AFB, NC                                       Camp Fretterd, MD  
          http://fb.com/MERRCLSSouth                                 http://fb.com/MERRCLSNorth

Purpose:  To develop cadets’ Phase III leadership skills, including indirect leadership, principles of officership, and responsibilities of command.

For more information click this link for the 2017 Middle East Region Cadet Leadership School page.

HEADQUARTERS MIDDLE EAST REGION
CIVIL AIR PATROL
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AUXILIARY
105 Crystal Spring Drive
Ashton MD 20861
24 October 2016
MEMORANDUM FOR ALL CAP MEMBERS
 
FROM: MER/CC
 
SUBJECT: Nondiscrimination poloicy
 
1.  Civil Air Patrol is committed to equality of opportunity in offering access to its educational and operational programs and activities. Nondiscrimination and diversity are critical to our success as an organization.

2.  CAP provides an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members and ensures that educational, membership and operational decisions are based on each individual’s abilities and qualifications. Consistent with this practice and applicable laws, it is CAP policy that no member shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or subjected to discrimination with respect to accessibility to any CAP program or activity on the basis of race, sex, age, color, religion (creed), national origin (ancestry), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability (formerly handicap), marital status, military or veteran status. However, each case is subject to applicable qualifications and ability standards for the CAP program or activity concerned. Further, it is Civil Air Patrol policy that no applicant meeting CAP’s minimum age requirement will be denied membership in CAP on the basis of any of the foregoing characteristics. This policy is intended to ensure that only relevant factors are considered and that equitable and consistent standards of conduct and performance are applied.

3.  Commanders at all levels are responsible for ensuring that members under their command are aware of and adhere to CAP’s nondiscrimination policy.

4.  Allegations of violations of the CAP Nondiscrimination Policy will be sent to the Equal Opportunity Officer (EOO), Lt Col Walter Vertreace. Submission of allegations and/or complaints directly to the CAP/EOO will not be considered a violation of the chain of command.
     a. Those wishing to submit a discrimination complaint should review CAPR 36-2 for procedures and guidance. Additional guidance may also be obtained by contacting the EOO.
     b. The CAP/EOO can be contacted at , (877) 227-9142, ext. 238 or by writing to Equal Opportunity Officer, 105 South Hansell Street, Maxwell AFB, AL 36112.

5.  Any questions concerning this policy should be directed to the CAP/EOO.
 
JOHN M. KNOWLES, Col, CAP
Commander