Squadron Leadership School held at PRWG
Saturday, February 23, 2019

By Lt Col Ismael J. Rodríguez, Puerto Rico Wing

Añasco, Puerto Rico -

The weekend from 23 to 24 February; eleven senior members from the Puerto Rico Wing challenge themselves and completed satisfactorily the Squadron Leadership School (SLS); one of the first face to face trainings for our members in the Professional Development Program.

Members from five different units received instructions from a group of great instructors teaching such topics as organization and progression of the CAP, customs, core values and communications; while they work as group and participated in case studies and group discussion that are integral facets of the SLS.

Thanks to Maj Miguel Vazquez, Capt Miguel Rivera, Lt Col Juan Orta, Capt Ernesto Arroyo, Maj Eduardo Rodriguez and 1st Lt Freddy Del Toro (Director) to serve as instructors for the course and take from your time to shape our new members.

Squadron Leadership School (SLS) provides CAP's adult members with a basic understanding of CAP operations at the squadron level and how those operations affect CAP's national missions.

Congratulations to all for this achievement.

SLS participants, instructors and director pose for the graduation photo.
Photo Caption:  SLS participants, instructors and director pose for the graduation photo.
Article Information
Reviewed by: Capt Elias Roman-Rivera
Syndicated to: Region Hq, Puerto Rico Wing, Civil Air Patrol National Headquarters
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