Washington All Mission Academy (WAMA) Monthly Training Assemblies (MTAs) were created to support of training for both senior and cadet members of Washington and neighboring wings. Training is in the three main missions of CAP; Aerospace Education, Cadet Programs, and Emergency Services, as well as Professional Development. 
WAMA is held on the 2nd weekend of each month. 
For more information about who we are and what we do, email us at wama@wawg.cap.gov.

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2020 - 2021 Training Schedule

Click on Activity Dates for course information
 








 Professional Development & Other Training
 Aerospace Education, STEM, & Cyber TrainingCadet &
Cadet Programs Training 
Flying, Emergency Services, & Communications
23 Jul 20
1930 Hours



Staff Planning & 2019-20 AAR
via Teleconference 
Contact Maj Bonneville for Instructions
(509) 398-3301
jerome.bonneville@wawg.cap.gov
 Glider O-Flights
TBD
7-9 Aug 20

VIRTUAL

Staff Planning & Training
 
TENTATIVE
Cadet Cadre Selection 
 Glider O-Flights
TBD

12-13 Sep 20
VIRTUAL

Staff Planning


Glider/Powered O-Flights 
TBD

13 Oct 20

VIRTUAL


Staff Planning
14 Nov 20

VIRTUAL

https://wawgcap.regfox.com/washington-all-mission-academy-nov-2020

Leading in the Virtual Envronment


CAPP 60-41 Cyber & STEM Recognition Programs:
Who, Why, When, What, & How (Cadets & Senior Members)


Cadet NCSA's & CadetInvest Programs
Airman Leadership School
12 Dec 20
VIRTUAL


TO BE ANNOUNCED

TO BE ANNOUNCED

TO BE ANNOUNCED

8 Jan 21

VIRTUAL


TO BE ANNOUNCED

TO BE ANNOUNCED

TO BE ANNOUNCED

12-14 Feb 21



12-14 Mar 21

9-11 Apr 21


7-9 May 21


11-13 Jun 21

   



  
10-11 Jul 21 (Staff)


   



 
 

  




WAMA Monthly Training Assembly (MTA) Information

Check-In:        
See Course Information

Extended Check-In
N/A

Dismissal:
See Course Information

Location: 
VIRTUAL - See Course Information for Log-On Information

Cost:           
None.  An OPTIONAL donation of $5.00 can be made to help defray on-going expenses for Camp Boucher.

Cost includes the following:
No overnight accomodations are authorized at this time.


Prerequisites:
- CAP Membership Card (or temporary from eServices)
- Curry Award (Cadets) or Level 1 (Senior Members)
- CAP-101 Card (ES classes only, when offered)
*GES CAPT-116 Online test completion (for active field training, when offered)

Uniform:
Cadets: 
All: Utility Uniform (FULL ABUs or BDUs) per CAPM 39-1 OR per class information

Seniors: 
All: Utility Uniform or Polo per CAPM 39-1
*Unless otherwise approved

Packing List
- See Course Information

 

Camp Robert L. Boucher