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Mission. The mission of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Radio Communications Program is to meet the validated communications requirements of internal and external customers. Validation consists of approval by CAP Command and/or the Air Force. This mission is accomplished by strong planning to organize and maintain a reliable, integrated, point-to-point, air-to-ground, and ground mobile radio capability in support of the missions of CAP. 

Purpose. The primary purpose of CAP communications is to provide internal communications capabilities; to provide commanders with the means to conduct the missions of CAP both during normal conditions and when commercial infrastructure is unavailable or unsuitable, including commanders in the organizational chain of command, operational mission chains of command, and special activity chains of command.  Using volunteer operators training to professional standards.


Washington Wing Director of Communications

Lt Col Michael Sinclair

 

Net Control Stations and

Message Centers

NCS      Capt C. MacSpadden

ANCS    James Johnston

ANCS    Lt Col William Howard

ANCS    Lt Col Ray Lantz

ANCS    Maj Frank Strasser

Washington Wing Communications Net Schedules
        
The following VHF voice nets are conducted in Washington Wing. The following HF voice nets are conducted in Washington Wing.
Day Time Repeater Day Time HF Designator
Monday  1715 (L)  R62 Tuesday  1900 (L) PCC, PCD, PCA
Monday  1800 (L)  R03
Tuesday  1930 (L)  R11 Thursday  1900 (L) PCC, PCD, PCA
Thursday  1930 (L)  R21

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Communications Plan & Files
(Members ONLY)*

*If you do not have a WAWG Account contact dc@wawg.cap.gov for these files.








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