DCS

The Virginia Wing Drill and Ceremonies School is held twice a year.

2020 dates to be announced. 

It will be held in-conjunction with the Cadet NCO Academy

The activity announcement can be found in the attachment section at the bottom of this page. 

Registration Page (*VAWG Members*) - To Be Announced
vawg.cap.gov account required - sign-up for one here (bottom of page) if needed. 

Out-of-Wing Members - To Be Announced

The intention of
 Drill and Ceremonies School is to bring the perfection, discipline, and FUN of drill to cadets. In CAP today it is easy to forget the experience and value that drill and ceremony should bring to the Cadet Program. At DCS students will learn proper technique, terminology, common mistakes to avoid, the fun of a well-called jody, the art of innovative drill, as well as a love and appreciation for drill. They will be trained on the mastery of the skill and method of instruction of these techniques in order to return to their squadrons to be Drill and Ceremonies Instructor assets. In this manner the Wing becomes standardized in Drill and Ceremonies per CAPP 60-20.

Highlights include:

- Focus on giving commands, properly drilling a flight, and teaching drill

- Learn to be a better staffer at your home squadron or prepare to be on staff at encampment and other activities

- Space is limited to 40 students

- Must be C/Amn or higher - officers may apply!






The director for the school is Lt Col John Payne, CAP.
The cadet commander for the school is C/1st Lt William Fronkier. 

Spring 2019 


Spring 2018 Class
Spring 2018


Spring 2017


Fall 2016 

Spring 2016



View Photos from the past below! 

Photos from Spring 2019.

Photos from Spring 2018.

Photos from Spring 2017

Photos from Fall 2016.

Photos from Spring 2016







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Jacob Bixler,
Feb 19, 2019, 7:46 PM