**Maine Wing Encampment and Emergency Services Academy

has been Cancelled due to COVID-19**









MAINE WING ENCAMPMENT 2020

The Maine Wing Encampment 2020 and ES Academy

Scheduled from August 1 to August 9, 2020.

INCLUDED PROGRAMS

ES Academy - Student - Advanced Student - Cadre


Registrations for the Maine Wing Encampment will be accepted beginning immediately and will be accepted until June 30, 2020.

To register: ES Academy Candidates, Student Cadre, Advanced Students and Students need to submit the following forms:

  1. CAPF 60-80, https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/media/cms/CAPF_6080_Permission_Slip_6DEA6DC6D05D1.pdf
  2. CAPF 60-81 (aka CAPF31), https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/media/cms/F_060_081_Application_for_Encampmen_158312DE11C37.pdf
  3. CAPF 160, https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/media/cms/F160_158EAB9B13D02.pdf
  4. CAPF 161 https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/media/cms/F161_023ECA81C03FB.pdf
  5. CAPF 163 https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/media/cms/F163_7154E3E39FAFE.pdf
  6. and a fee of $200.00 (**apply for your CEAP Assistance - see below)**
Mail all Registration forms and Fee (Unless you have applied for CEAP) to:
CAP Maine Wing HQ,
P.O. Box 5006,
Augusta, ME 04333-5006,
no later than June 30, 2020. The fee must be paid in full with the registration paperwork. Checks should be made out to CAP Maine Wing HQ. At this time, all registration forms must be submitted through the US Mail.

Apply for CEAP - Cadet Encampment Assistance Program

APPLY FOR CEAP (Cadet Encampment Assistance Program) - https://www.capnhq.gov/CAP.Events.Web/Modules/CEAP.aspx

For those cadets in need of financial assistance for encampment, funding may be available through CAP's CEAP initiative. Financial assistance should be applied for as

soon as possible, as funding is limited. This money is a benefit from our Air Force support and does not come from Maine Wing - Do Not be Shy! Apply Today!

Financial help may also be available through your local squadron. Squadron Commanders or the Squadron DCC may be able to provide advice and information regarding financial assistance.


ES Academy candidates need to have the same qualifications as Advanced Students and can expect to be qualified in GT3 functions upon completion of the program.

Packing lists for the various activities will be made available no later than May 1, 2020.

**Students and Cadre registering from Wings other than Maine Wing will need to contact their own Wing Commanders to obtain permission to participate in the Maine Wing Encampment.


Thank you very much for your interest in the Maine Wing Encampment 2020.

Information contact:

Maj. David Edwards, CAP, MEWG Cadet Programs

email: david.edwards@mewg.cap.gov

phone: 207-514-5505

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ENCAMPMENT INFORMATION RELEASED!!!


August 1 - August 9


 

Camp Hinds, Raymond, Maine

$200.00 all-inclusive Registration Fee

First Year Encampment Students    Report August 1

Advance Encampment Students    Report August 1

ES Academy Students      Report July 30

Cadre    Report July 30


EXCITING NEW ADDITIONS!!

Waterfront Activities on Panther Pond

High Ropes Course & Low Ropes Course

Rifle Range, Supervised by Range Officer with NRA Training


See https://www.facebook.com/MEWGCADETS/ 

2020 Maine Wing Encampment Commander: 

Maj David Edwards

2020 Maine Wing Encampment Cadet Commander: 

C/Lt Col Isabella Hammond


Thanks to Air Force support, CAP has special funding available to cover encampment fees and uniforms with an emphasis on serving economically disadvantaged cadets through the Cadet Encampment Assistance Program or CEAP (say, "seep"). An inability to afford encampment should not hold back cadets who want to participate in encampment.

 Eligibility:    Financial Eligibility. Assistance is targeted towards families who cannot easily afford encampment. Priority is given to families enrolled in federal programs (Snap, WIC, Title I, SSDI disability, etc.) but other families self-identifying a financial need are welcome to apply, including families with two or more cadets in CAP, recently unemployed, or those experiencing other financial challenges.   First-Year & Returnees. Priority is given to first-time encampment attendees, but graduates wanting to attend a second or third encampment are welcome to apply.

What assistance is available?  Cadets and their families may apply for assistance with encampment fees, uniforms, or both. Tuition. Encampment fee assistance will cover 100% of the tuition fees and will be paid directly to the hosting wing. Uniforms. Uniform assistance is provided in the form of vouchers that may be used for specific uniform items at Vanguard. The  voucher may be for $75 or $125, depending on the priority level of the cadet.

 How do I apply?   Visit eServices, open the "Cadet Encampment Assistance Program" module, and follow the on-screen instructions to apply for CEAP. However, you will also need to apply for encampment itself, if you haven't already. Click here for a more detailed walk-through of the application process.

 Timeline        March 1             CEAP applications open for spring and summer encampments.