You want your squadron to have meaningful and fun weekly meetings, but where do you start? This Squadron Training Plan website is an optional tool providing you with two years' worth of meeting plans.
Cadets prefer hands-on activities whenever possible. The plan below calls for one classroom lesson in leadership and aerospace per month, with each augmented by at least one hands-on activity per month. For example, during Month #1, the squadron would conduct LLP-1.4 Ethical Decision Making during one of its two leadership blocks, and LAG-9 Mind Games during the other leadership block. Likewise, there are two aerospace lessons listed for the month, and three drill lessons listed as well.
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LAG. Learn to Lead Activity Guide
Example: LAG-21 Land Mines.
See the Learn to Lead Activity Guide and reference the "Land Mines" activity.
LDG. Learn to Lead Drill Guide
Example: LDG-9 Guidon.
See the Learn to lead Cadet Drill Guide and reference the "Guidon" section.
LLP. Learn to Lead Lesson Plan Library
Example: LLP-1.6 What is Leadership?
See the Learn to Lead Lesson Plan Library, go to the Volume 1 lesson plan section, and reference the "What is Leadership" section.
If the code begins LLP-2.x, reference the Volume 2 lesson plan series
AD. Aerospace Dimensions Leader's Guide
Example: AD-5.2 Solar System
See the Aerospace Dimensions Leader's Guide and reference the Solar System lesson for module 5
AEX. Aerospace Excellence II
Example: AEX 1.10 Lost on the Moon
See AEX II, activity number ten, Lost on the Moon
If the code begins AEX 2.x, reference the AEX II Volume 2 activities
AGF. Let's Go Flying
Example: AGF-6 Aviation Professionals
See the Let's Go Flying Instructor Guide and reference lesson six
Use the fitness drills, calisthenics, and fitness test shown in CAPP 60-50, Active Cadet Fitness Guide
Use any character forum resource found on the cadet character home page