OMAHA COMPOSITE SQUADRON CADET POLICY
- If available, a cadet shall stand by the main OCS entrance door between 1815 and 1830 to assist those arriving who do not have access to the building.
- All cadets must use proper protocol when entering and exiting the office. Cadets are to knock on the doorframe, wait for a senior member to allow them in, and respectfully address the person with whom they wish to speak. If a cadet is sent to the office to speak with a senior, proper reporting should take place.
- Plain black t-shirts must be worn with the BDU uniform. Shirts may have a Wing approved logo on them (i.e.: Encampment shirts)
- In the PT uniform, black shirts or CAP related shirts are preferred, but NOT mandatory.
- Black socks will be worn with the BDU uniform.
- If the cadet does not have the uniform of the week, that cadet will wear:
- Leadership/promotion night – Slacks and a nice shirt
- Aerospace Night – Slacks and a nice shirt
- ES Night – Clothes appropriate for outdoor use
- With the Air Force style blue uniform, cadet command staff will wear the USAF/CAP service coat. Other cadet staff will wear the USAF short sleeve shirt with tie if possible. All other cadets will wear only the short sleeve shirt.
- Cadets, under the direct supervision of a Senior Member or a qualified cadet, may use the flight simulators.
- During the five-minute break allowed between classes, cadets are allowed to mingle, while keeping noise to a minimum, visit the restroom or get a drink of water.
- Cadet staff meetings will be from 1815-1825 and 2035-2045.
- All cadets are expected to depart the OCS squadron premises by 2100. If a ride has not arrived, the cadet must inform a Senior Member.
- Each type of uniform shall be inspected at least once per month.
- Drill tests must be pre-arranged at least 1 day in advance of the meeting. A senior member must be present when drill tests are administered.
- All flights must have a cadet that is trained to carry the guidon. A guide must be used in drills and ceremonies when possible.
- Flights may make their own guidons. However, the Deputy Commander for Cadets must approve it.
- Each element shall perform recall weekly, and send up its chain of command by Sunday evening if possible.
- Any items in this Policy that are vague or unclear are superseded by the appropriate CAP Regulations, and may be clarified by the squadron commander.
Cadet Commander: Christopher Pineda, C/Col. CAP
Deputy Commander for Cadets: John H. Pineda, Maj. CAP
Squadron Commander: David Lewis, Maj. CAP
Date: 15 June 2015