National Cadet Competition
National Cadet Competition
29 Jun - 1 Jul 2019 (27 & 28 June, and 2 July are solely travel days for teams)
Schedule as of 28 Jun. Subject to change.
Here are the 2019 National Competition Teams
GLR-MI-655 - MAJ KEVIN A ADAMS MEMORIAL COMPOSITE SQUADRON
GLR-IN-036 - VALPARAISO COMPOSITE SQUADRON
MER-DC-060 - CHALLENGER I CADET SQDN
MER-NC-111 - 111TH SEARCH & RESCUE COMPOSITE SQDN
NCR-MN-021 - ANOKA COUNTY COMPOSITE SQDN
NCR-MO-140 - PLATTE VALLEY COMPOSITE SQUADRON
NER-PA-025 - ALLEGHENY COUNTY COMPOSITE SQDN 602
PCR-OR-073 - COLUMBIA COMPOSITE SQDN
PCR-WA-069 - RENTON COMPOSITE SQDN
RMR-ID-073 - BOISE COMPOSITE SQDN
RMR-UT-027 - WEBER MINUTEMAN COMPOSITE SQDN
RMR-UT-067 - THUNDERBIRD CADET SQDN
SER-FL-458 - WESLEY CHAPEL CADET SQUADRON
SER-PR-123 - DR. CESAREO ROSA- NIEVES CADET SQDN
SWR-AR-083 - 83RD COMPOSITE SQUADRON (FT SMITH)
SWR-TX-295 - THUNDERBOLT COMPOSITE SQUADRON
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Civil Air Patrol's National Cadet Competition showcases the full range of challenges in cadet life experienced at the squadron-level and new areas of learning that are important to America.
Sixteen teams consisting of six cadets each compete for the USAF Chief of Staff Outstanding Team Championship Trophy. Each team was selected from the very best during previous state- and regional-level competitions. These extraordinary young people train for months and sometimes years to demonstrate their excellence in a wide range of activities in the arenas of leadership, aerospace, fitness and character. During the 3-day competition, cadets compete in physical challenges, test their knowledge of aviation and leadership, demonstrate the highest levels of precision and teamwork in posting the colors, and above all, cheer each other on in the spirit of teamwork.
To achieve its mission and vision, the National Cadet Competition program pursues the following goals:
1. Promote excellence in squadron-level cadet programs.
2. Promote individual excellence and learning in leadership, aerospace, fitness, and character.
3. Showcase today’s cadets as tomorrow’s aerospace leaders.
4. Achieve ever-increasing programmatic efficiency and return on investment.
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FY19 Competition will use CAPP 60-75 Draft. List of events is under competitor information link above.
Webinar #1 on Wednesday, 16 May 2019 @ TBD (Eastern time) for Lead Escorts. Link for recording of meeting coming soon.
2018 NCC Results