Squadron 25 - We Seek, We Find

“We Seek, We Find”

“We Seek,
___We Find”__

The motto of our squadron has a deeper meaning than the obvious emergency services connotations. It speaks of our quest to find able and willing professional volunteers to perform our three missions, Aerospace Education, Cadet Programs and Emergency Services. As a composite squadron, we are dedicated to providing the young men and women who join as cadets with the environment and structure to grow and develop into responsible, self-reliant and productive future leaders of our country. We do all of this promoting and living CAP’s core values, Integrity, Volunteer Service, Excellence and Respect.

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A big congratulations to our encampment graduates and huge thank you to our cadet cadre who made their experience meaningful. ... See MoreSee Less

August 15th, 2022

A big congratulations to our encampment graduates and huge thank you to our cadet cadre who made their experience meaningful. ... See MoreSee Less

August 15th, 2022

Some of our cadets left for Encampment, yesterday. We anticipate they will return with more confidence, a better understanding of their capabilities, and a sense of accomplishment. If your child is at Encampment, a brief message from camp staff is also posted here. ... See MoreSee Less

August 7th, 2022
Some of our cadets left for Encampment, yesterday. We anticipate they will return with more confidence, a better understanding of their capabilities, and a sense of accomplishment. If your child is at Encampment, a brief message from camp staff is also posted here.Image attachment

A bittersweet promotion ceremony at the 25th, former Chief Schwind returned from her first year in college and literally hit the ground running by attending CPC, Encampment, and crushing her HFT. She will return to college a Cadet 2nd Lieutenant! Pinning her, C/Maj Fung and C/Lt Ferrari will also be on their way to a higher education this year. We wish all of them the best of luck with their studies, but they will be sorely missed.
We’re very proud of our junior cadets moving up in the ranks, C/Amn Cetina to C/A1C, Cadet Keilson to C/Amn, Cadet Lombardo to C/Amn, and Cadet Gilmer to C/Amn. Superb job!
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August 2nd, 2022

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Congratulations to all of you. You have all made me very proud to have been just a small part of your success.

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Last weekend, Cable Composite Squadron 25 hosted a Group 3/7 Search and Rescue Exercise (SAREX). An Urban Direction Finding (UDF) team and five aircraft were deployed on multiple sorties to train for real-world emergency services missions. Thank you to the nearly 60 members who participated and made the weekend so productive and successful. ... See MoreSee Less

July 24th, 2022

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Well done Cable Composite Squadron 25 👏

During the first squadron meeting of July, C/SSgt Vu had his pinning ceremony and has ended his journey in Phase 1 of the cadet programs. He begins his leadership phase as a cadet NCO, assuming more responsibilities to reinforce the cadet oath.

Two new cadets have also joined Squadron 25! C/CMSgt Fung swore C/AB Lombardo and C/AB Keilson in, pledging their commitment to the cadet programs.
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July 8th, 2022
During the first squadron meeting of July, C/SSgt Vu had his pinning ceremony and has ended his journey in Phase 1 of the cadet programs. He begins his leadership phase as a cadet NCO, assuming more responsibilities to reinforce the cadet oath. 

Two new cadets have also joined Squadron 25! C/CMSgt Fung swore C/AB Lombardo and C/AB Keilson in, pledging their commitment to the cadet programs.Image attachment

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City of Upland, Cable Airport, Upland Unified School District, Upland High School, Upland Police Department

Sq. 25 supported the City of Upland's July 4th event, held at Cable Airport, by providing cadets and senior members for crowd control. Group 3 Commander, Maj Benner, provided his patriotic truck and cockpit mockup for our recruitment booth. Thank you to all who participated! ... See MoreSee Less

July 6th, 2022

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Well done Squadron 25 👊🥳🤩🫡

Lt Seidel took the initiative to have a new sign made for the squadron, and with the assistance of SM King, got it installed yesterday. Thank you, gentlemen, for making this happen. ... See MoreSee Less

July 2nd, 2022
Lt Seidel took the initiative to have a new sign made for the squadron, and with the assistance of SM King, got it installed yesterday. Thank you, gentlemen, for making this happen.Image attachment

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A job well done. I remember when we put up the previous sign about 20 years ago. We had just moved from the Quonset Huts to the present location. Semper Vigilans 🇺🇸

Looking good! 🤩🔥🫡

This Fifth Thursday meeting, the cadets chose to go to Trapped! Escape Room, successfully completing “The Lair of the Puzzlemaster” with EXACTLY 1 minute to spare! Teamwork and synergy were essential for our escape, especially during the last 5 minutes. We had a total of 8 cadets accompanied by 2 senior members playing, resulting in a large (but exceptional) group! ... See MoreSee Less

June 30th, 2022
This Fifth Thursday meeting, the cadets chose to go to Trapped! Escape Room, successfully completing “The Lair of the Puzzlemaster” with EXACTLY 1 minute to spare! Teamwork and synergy were essential for our escape, especially during the last 5 minutes. We had a total of 8 cadets accompanied by 2 senior members playing, resulting in a large (but exceptional) group!Image attachment

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June 30th, 2022

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I don’t like it. 80+ years of history is not represented with that logo.

Start getting your teams together Inland Empire Cadets! ... See MoreSee Less

June 26th, 2022

Instagram PhotosMark your Calendars! Check your CAWG emails for more!

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June 26th, 2022

Registration information for CAWG Summer Encampment!
www.cawgcadets.org/ctg2022

Registration Deadline: 09 July 2022

Student Registration Cost: $350

The Encampment will be held at Camp Roberts, CA, from 06 – 14 August. We will NOT be having an Advanced Training Squadron this summer. 

Registration for first time students at Encampment are open!

Encampment is a great opportunity to learn important skills which will build a strong foundation for future success, to create lifelong relationships, and to overcome challenges and accomplish more than you ever thought possible; this training event is highly encouraged for all cadets and is a prerequisite for the General Billy Mitchell Award (C/2d Lt).

STUDENT PRE-REQUISITES: be a CAP member in good standing, complete Achievement 1 (Curry) by 09 July 2022, signed permission (CAPF 60-81) from Parent and Squadron Commander.

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Out-of-State Applications: Due to the number of CAWG cadets needing to complete encampment, all out of state applicants will be immediately placed on the Wait-List. Personnel on the wait-list will be notified of acceptance of denial after the application deadline.

In-State Wait-List: If the encampment reaches capacity, the applicant will be placed on the wait-list. This is on a first-come, first-served basis. Personnel on the wait-list will be notified of acceptance or denial after the application deadline.

STUDENT APPLICATION DEADLINE: 09 July 2022

Spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

SCHOLARSHIPS:

Cadet Encampment Assistance Program (CEAP) Scholarships and info on how to apply, please click here.
Tony Upton Memorial Scholarship: cawgcadets.org/scholarships
Cadet Character and Leadership Foundation (CCLF) Scholarships: cclfscholarships.org
The CAWG Encampment has been one of the premier cadet training activities across the country for decades. We are grateful for that heritage and are excited about continuing this standard of excellence in training for all who will participate this summer. We eagerly invite the cadets of California Wing to sign up soon and become part of the legacy and the future of The Cadet Training Group.
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June 12th, 2022

This past weekend, Squadron 25 attended California Wing’s “Cadet Programs Conference!” This 3-day event consisted of seminars ranging from karaoke to how to get accepted into the U.S. Air Force Academy, an ACE (Aerospace, Careers, and Education) expo, as well as a banquet to end Sunday night. Our Cadets including C/CMSgt Schwind, C/SMSgt Fung, and C/Capt Fung attended as staff and assisted with the event, making it an overall success. Onto the Cadre Assessment Exercise next weekend, from June 10-12 at Camp Roberts! ... See MoreSee Less

May 31st, 2022

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Outstanding Cadets, you make the members of Squadron 25 very proud.

Recent happenings at Squadron 25…our fearless commander braves the sewing machine to stitch on a cadet’s tapes. The Commander and Deputy Commander present the unit’s new drone. Deputy Commander for Seniors, 1st Lt Schwartz, explains the intricacies of his mobile radio transceiver. And of course, PROMOTIONS! C/Amn Cabrera earned a stripe and is ready to begin moving through Phase I. C/SrA Vu and C/SrA De Leon are both starting work on the Wright Bros. achievement to become NCOs. Thank you to all for making Squadron 25 the best! ... See MoreSee Less

May 28th, 2022

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Let me know if Sq 25 wants a tour down at the 163rd MQ9 operation at March. 😎

Have you been wanting to get involved with the @civilairpatrol sUAS program?

Now is your chance! Cadets and seniors are encouraged to sign up and learn more about how CAP uses sUAS to complete missions!

#civilairpatrol #cawgcap #cawgaerospace #cawgcadets #goflycap #unmannedaircraft #capferlyfe
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May 1st, 2022

Another eventful Thursday evening at Squadron 25 filled with character development, aerospace education, and PROMOTIONS. First off, a very dedicated C/SrA Keightley arrived at the squadron early to crush his PT test and left the squadron an NCO earning the Wright Brothers Achievement. Newly pinned and now C/SMSgt Fung is barreling through Phase II and well on his way to becoming a cadet officer. Congratulations Gentlemen! ... See MoreSee Less

April 18th, 2022
Another eventful Thursday evening at Squadron 25 filled with character development, aerospace education, and PROMOTIONS. First off, a very dedicated C/SrA Keightley arrived at the squadron early to crush his PT test and left the squadron an NCO earning the Wright Brothers Achievement. Newly pinned and now C/SMSgt Fung is barreling through Phase II and well on his way to becoming a cadet officer. Congratulations Gentlemen!Image attachment

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Congratulations indeed. I am so sorry to have missed last meeting. So proud of all of your successes.

Physical Fitness is an important part of a Cadet’s life in Civil Air Patrol and today, C/SMSgt Murillo led us through a jog with the “Air Force Colors”
jodie! Cadets watched a helicopter land during PT and afterwards, there was a small trivia game with Cadet insignias before closing.
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April 7th, 2022
Physical Fitness is an important part of a Cadet’s life in Civil Air Patrol and today, C/SMSgt Murillo led us through a jog with the “Air Force Colors”
jodie! Cadets watched a helicopter land during PT and afterwards, there was a small trivia game with Cadet insignias before closing.Image attachment

Four Thursdays a month Squadron 25 cadets are expected to show up in a perfect uniform and participate in drill & ceremony, leadership, character development, and aerospace education. On that occasional 5th Thursday, cadets are permitted to don their civvies for a social gathering outside squadron HQ. Last night we went bowling and celebrated C/AIC De Leon's 16th birthday! ... See MoreSee Less

April 1st, 2022

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My brother was a cap sq25 cadet Sgt in the 80s old quanset huts then he was there for yalls Sq patch dedication Paul deutsch qas comander my brother flew in his wings n163as alot to catina Island on weekends with him

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Location

Cable Airport
1749 W 13th St
Upland, CA 91786

Thursday Meetings

We meet Thursday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Please contact us for further details.

Visitors always welcome!

Upcoming Events

Aug 25 2022
18:30 - 21:00

Cadet Meeting (Blues No Ribbons)

Sep 01 2022
18:30 - 21:00

Cadet Meeting (ABUs & PT Gear)

Sep 01 2022
19:00 - 20:00

Senior Meeting

Sep 08 2022
18:30 - 21:00

Cadet Meeting (Blues w/Ribbons)

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