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Cadet Advisory Council (CAC)

Purpose

Cadet Advisory Councils have three main purposes:

  1. To provide an organization where cadets gain leadership experience at higher organizational levels;
  2. Aid the commanders in monitoring and implementing the Cadet Program;
  3. Make recommendations for improving and running the Cadet Program.

Resources

CAPP 52-19 "Cadet Advisory Council Guide." CACs and their leaders may use this guide as a resouce to conducting CAC business. The National Cadet Advisory Council developed much of the guide's content. Several wing and region councils contributed to the project through field tests.

"CAC Guide" Contents Include:

  • Role of an Advisory Body
  • Measures of Success
  • Communication & Teamwork
  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • Setting the Agenda
  • Conducting Meetings
  • Recording Proceedings
  • Suggested Topics
  • Writing & Presenting Recommendations
  • Guidance for Senior Advisors & Commanders

National Cadet Advisory Council Constitution & Bylaws. The NCAC Constitution and Bylaws govern NCAC meetings only. They do not necessarily govern Cadet Advisory Councils at lower echelons, although CACs are welcome to use them as a resource.

Cadet Program Management (CAPR 52-16 Feb 2011). Chapter 3 of this regulation governs the NCAC and all Cadet Advisory Councils.

Maryland Wing CAC Group on Facebook

 

Elected by Maryland Wing Cadets the Maryland Wing CAC advises MDWG/HQ, the Maryland Wing Cadet Programs Directorate, and the Wing Commander on cadet-realted matters. The cadets serving as primary representatives during the 2010-2011 term are:

Maryland Wing CAC

  • Chair: C/1st Lt Megan Bassett 
  • Vice Chair: C/1st Lt Joni Taylor 
  • Recorder: C/1st Lt Melissa Weinhold
  • Senior Advisor: Lt Col Bill Duke
  • MDWG/HQ Advisor: Maj Grace Stapf

Group I CAC

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Group II CAC

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Group III CAC

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CAC Meeting Minutes