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Washington Wing Civil Air Patrol's
Spring Conference and Change of Command Ceremony
in Wenatchee, Washington!

April 13 - 15, 2018



Uniform of the Day

Persons wearing the USAF-style Uniforms must meet weight and grooming standards in CAPM 39 -1.

CONFERENCE: Service Uniforms

Corporate-style Uniforms
  • Corporate Service Dress Uniform
  • Aviator Shirt Uniform
  • Corporate Working Uniform (Polo Shirt)
USAF-style Uniforms
  • Service Dress Uniform (Class A)
  • Blue Service Uniform (Class B)

BANQUET: Service, Dress Uniforms or Appropriate Civilian Attire

Corporate-style Uniforms
  • Corporate Service Dress Uniform
  • Aviator Shirt Uniform
  • Corporate Working Uniform (Polo Shirt)
USAF-style Uniforms
  • Service Dress Uniform (Class A)
  • Blue Service Uniform (Class B)
  • Mess Dress
  • AF Semi-Form Uniform (cadets only)
or

Appropriate Civilian Attire
  • Men: Business suit, nice shirt and slacks.
  • Women: Business suit, nice dress, pants suit, etc.
Please ensure your uniform adheres to CAPM 39-1 and the applicable WAWG S39-1.

Tip: Peer inspections (especially from a Cadet Officer) are much more effective than a personal review! This manual has changed over the years. Please do not be caught by surprise! Thank you for your support!



Customs & Courtesies, and Respect for the Flag
  • DO NOT SALUTE INDOORS unless *reporting to receive an award. Of course Veterans have the right to render a hand salute to the Flag whether in uniform or not.
  • Please be alert to who is around you and demonstrate the highest level of customs and courtesies at all times!
  • Take a look at the Flag Code, specifically §9, “Conduct during hoisting, lowering or passing of flag.
  • This information is echoed in our own CAPP 151, Respect on Display.
  • Please make note of the differences for conduct while indoors vs outdoors.

    *If reporting for an award, the order of motions is:
    1. Approach stage area to your right 
    2. Approach presenter
    3. Salute
    4. Stand and face forward while citation is read
    5. Shake
    6. Take (hold for photographers...family, then official)
    7. Salute
    8. Proceed across stage area