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Maximum number of elements in a flight
Four
Four eventes of the CPFT
sit and reach, curl ups, pushups, mile run or shuttle run
Place where PT scores are recorded
CAPF 66- Cadet Master Record
Awards with comprehensive exams
Wright Brothers, Mitchell, Eahart, Spaatz
Tongue and Quill
AFH 33-337
CAP Values for Living
CAPP 265-2
How often should moral leadership be conducted?
At least once a month for one hour
How often do cadets need to participate in moral leadership to be able to promote?
They need to participate in at least half of the moral leadership discussions since their last promotion.
When do cadets have to complete the CPPT?
Within six months following their 18th birthday
When is RST required?
On an activity lasting four nights or longer
What part of the RST can be waivered, by whom, and under what circumstances?
Part I of the RST can be waivered by the Activity Director if the person has completed RST within the same calendar year.
PT Category 1
Unrestricted- A cadet in this category is determined to be in good health and may participate in the
physical fitness program without restriction.
PT Category II
Temporarily restricted- A cadet in this category is determined by the squadron commander to be
temporarily restricted from parts or all of the CPFT due to a condition or injury of a temporary nature. Temporary conditions
include broken bones, post-operative recovery, obesity, and illness.
PT Category III
Partially Restricted- A cadet in this category is determined to be indefinitely or permanently
restricted from a portion of the cadet physical fitness program due to a medical condition or injury chronic or permanent in
nature as certified by a physician.
PT Category IV
Indefinitely Restricted- A cadet in Category IV is determined to be indefinitely or permanently
restricted from participation in the entire physical fitness program due to a medical condition or injury of a permanent nature
as certified by a physician. Cadets in this category are exempt from all CPFT requirements indefinitely.
Minumum time in CAP before Wright Brothers
6 months
Minumum time in CAP before Mitchell
18 months
Minumum time in CAP before Earhart
26 months
Minumum time in CAP before Eaker
38 months
Minumum time in CAP before Spaatz
38 months
Whose responsibility is it to make sure that the completed CAPF 52's are sent to Nationals?
The cadet's
How long does Nationals keep the CAPF 52's?
3 years
How often will a CAPF 50 be completed?
Once per phase per cadet
Two steps to the introduction of the CP
Orientation and Membership
Four Phases of the Cadet Program
Learning, Leadership, Command, Executive
Achievements in Phase III
Flight Commander, Administrative Officer, Public Affairs Officer
Achievements in Phase IV
Leadership Officer, Aerospace Education Officer,
Operations Officer, Logistics Officer, and Cadet Commander.