AF Pararescue & Survival Orientation Course-Advanc
Staff End of Activity Survey 2019--coming soon
This site lists Civil Air Patrol's upcoming Cadet Special Activities (CSAs). It includes national activities and those wing and region activities approved to receive the CSA ribbon. These activities are designed to explore civilian and military aerospace careers, provide flight training, develop leadership, and enhance emergency services skills.
Beginning 26 March after 1200 CDT the CadetInvest Module will be re-opened for 1) Cadet Lift and Take-off Program applications for spring/summer 2019 activities and 2) Cadet Wings. Applications must be submitted before 12 Apr at 1200 CDT for consideration this round.
Those who apply for Lift and Take-off will be notified as quickly as possible if they will receive financial assistance. Lift and Take-off are needs-based financial assistance programs which will pay activity tuition and travel costs for cadets selected as primary for National Cadet Special Activities, including flight academies. Please be sure your activity director knows that you have applied so they will hold your slot past the 31 March deposit deadline. All notifications for Lift and TOP will be complete by 30 April. Cadet Wings candidates will be told their status by 30 April as well.
Connect to our SmugMug photo repository to see cadets and senior members in action. https://civilairpatrol.smugmug.com/National-Cadet-Special-Activities
NCSA Registration Status Updates
EServices Registration & Payment System is open for LATE applications for summer activities. Applications submitted in eServices after 15 Jan are considered after all "On-Time" applicants. Use this "Apply Online" link to access the application site on eServices. Notifications of winter placements went out in December. Notifications for on-time summer applicants will go out on 1 March. Those cadets who remain on alternate lists after 1 March may be contacted at anytime to fill a slot.
Use the following course numbers to verify you are selecting the correct activity in the eServices preferences tab of your application. Activities appear alphabetically, but will have the course number next to them in the tab. You can download a sortable spreadsheet on the ncsas.com homepage for a complete listing of activity preference numbers.
|eServices Short Name||Cadet Participant
|Activity Full Name|
|AF PJOC||211||212||AF Pararescue & Survival Orientation Course-Advanced
Only Advanced Course offered at Davis-Monthan in 2019. See AF-PARARESCUE & SURVIVAL ORIENTATION COURSE New Mexico for Basic COurse.
Contact for Activity: email@example.com
Activity Website (if applicable): www.facebook.com/Pararescue-Orientation-Course-Civil-Air-Patrol
How to Apply:
Use the "Apply Online" link here or on the ncsas.com homepage to connect you to eServices' Registration and Payment System. Applicants will need to complete the application to include uploading the following documents in PDF format to the supplemental tab of their eServices application. All staff must apply via eServices, or they will not receive credit for the activity in their records. For staff applicants, you will be contacted to let you know whether or not you have not been selected. Applications will be accepted from 1 December onward. To be considered for priority placement status, the completed application including supplemental documents must be submitted by 15 January. Applications submitted after 15 January are accepted but are marked "late" and will be considered AFTER all applications submitted before the deadline. Priority timelines do not apply to staff applications. Participants:
Staff: Apply in eServices, and send resume and letter of interest to Activity Contact.
Reservists: Use Sharepoint site to apply if CAP-USAFR, or, if can't access, contact Cadet Programs Reserve Support Liaison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
16 years of age at activity start
Prior PJOC Graduate
Physical Participation Category I - Unrestricted*
Take proctored Physical Fitness Evaluation Physical Fitness Examination Demonstration
Must be able to swim 500m unassisted by the start of the activity
If selected, your unit must certify that you have successfully passed the Physical Fitness Evaluation at your home squadron as verified on two separate affidavits signed by your squadron commander or designee and a parent/guardian/financially responsible party
A Physical Fitness Evaluation will be administered on training day one of the activity. If you do not pass, you will be sent home at your own expense.
*APJOC is a very physically strenuous activity in austere conditions.
Cadets: Prior PJOC/APJOC graduate
Senior Members: Pararescue, CRO, SERE, military, special tactics, and former PJOC / APJOC graduates. All in excellent physical condition, highly self-motivated and willing to learn. Must be able to conduct PT with cadets.
Reservists: Pararescue, CRO, SERE, or medical background preferred. Must be in excellent physical condition to lead physical challenges for cadets.
|Student Earliest Arrival Date||Student Earliest Arrival Time||Student Latest Arrival Date||Student Latest Arrival Time||Student Earliest Departure Date||Student Earliest Departure Time|
|Staff Earliest Arrival Date||Staff Earliest Arrival Time||Staff Latest Arrival Date||Staff Latest Arrival Time||Staff Earliest Departure Date||Staff Earliest Departure Time|
Required Staff Training Date/Time: 6/18/2018 0900
Staff will provide transportation to and from Tucson International Airport (TUS)
The mission of APJOC is threefold: Orient CAP Cadets to the USAF Pararescue, Survival, and Combat Rescue Officer career fields; introduce CAP Cadets to certain Pararescue/Special Tactics Team operations; demonstrate to CAP Cadets that one can progress far beyond perceived limits. APJOC is the second course in the PJOC program and is designed to build upon skills learned at PJOC and give cadets a more in-depth understanding of the Guardian Angel Weapon System (GA) of the United States Air Force. The APJOC curriculum goes far beyond that of PJOC by introducing the student to Pararescue/Special Tactics Team Operations, Technical Rescue, Medical, Survival, Team Building, and Rigorous Physical Conditioning.*APJOC is a very physically strenuous activity.
GA is organized into nine specific capabilities: Prepare, Mission Plan, Insert, Movement, Actions on Objective, Medically Treat, Extract, Reintegrate, and Adapt. For 10 training days APJOC pairs cadets with an active duty or reserve USAF Rescue or Special Tactics Squadron. For more details on GA please visit: Guardian Angel Factsheet , Guardian Angel Factsheet #2.
All in excellent physical condition, highly self motivated and willing to learn.