Important Information









Required Forms

CAPF 60-81​

CAPF 160

CAPF 161

CAPF 163




Group III is hosting a Noncommissioned Officer School (NCOS) on 4-7 August 2022 at Fort Wolters, Mineral Wells, Texas.  The primary purpose of NCOS is to prepare junior Noncommissioned Officers to be skilled and competent while simultaneously producing leaders that excel in self-discipline, personal development, and a strict adherence to the Civil Air Patrol core values.

This “Leadership Laboratory” is a hands-on learning course designed to practice leadership skills necessary for the NCO. Practicum includes: conducting uniform inspections, leading Physical Fitness, learning to teach drill and ceremony/customs and courtesies, and fostering teamwork. 


Requirements to attend NCOS as a student are:
1.      C/SSgt-C/CMSgt
2.      C/SrA with ALS or Encampment credit and unit Commander's approval
3.      Successful completion of the CPFT (with one mile run)


​​We are currently accepting applications for Cadet Cadre to staff this event.  Please use the following staff application link:





Cadet Commandant application due  18 May 2022
CLOSED
Cadet Cadre applications for staffing due 18 May 2022
CLOSED

Positions will be announced Thusday 16 June 2022

Requirements for staffing: C/SrA and above, see application for details

​IMORTANT INFORMATION:​​


Staff arrival: 1200-1500, Wednesday 3 August 2022
​​Arrival time for students: 1400-1500, Thursday 4 August 2022
Graduation for students: 1130 Sunday 7 August 2022 (Dismissal follows graduation)

Cost:

$ 70.00 for Students
$ 45.00 for Cadet Cadre

CADRE AND STUDENTS MUST REGISTER and PAY THROUGH THE EVENTBRITE LINK NO LATER THAN 24 July 2022 





All participants must bring to the event:
1. Hard copies of CAPF 60-81, 160, 161, 163 (162 if applicable)
2. CAP ID card

Noncommissioned Officer School

4-7  August 2022