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International Air Cadet Exchange (IACE). Selection Process, Escorting, Hosting and Myths Lt Col Beverly L. Scoggins Mr. Steven J. Trupp IACE Activity Director CAP NHQ Program Manager. IACE Overview. The IACE Ambassador Mission -

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International Air Cadet Exchange (IACE)

  • Selection Process, Escorting, Hosting and Myths

  • Lt Col Beverly L. Scoggins Mr. Steven J. Trupp

  • IACE Activity Director CAP NHQ Program Manager


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IACE Overview

  • The IACE Ambassador Mission -

  • “To promote international fellowship and goodwill through a shared interest in aviation.”

  • With a common value -

  • “leadership development with a global perspective.”


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Overview – Continued

  • Cadet Selection Process

  • Escorting

  • Hosting

  • Common Myths


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Cadet Selection Process

  • Requirements

  • At least 17 years old by 1 July, but not over 21 years old by 5 August of the activity year.

  • Earhart Recipient by date of application

  • Selection Process

  • Applications go through the normal NCSA application process

  • A special selection board scores the supplemental questions

  • Applicants are notified in mid-March


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Escort Selection Process

  • Requirements

  • At least 25 years old by 1 July

  • Documented CP Experience (e.g., CP Senior Rating)

  • Must be physically fit in order to take part in all group activities

  • Selection Process

  • Applications go through the normal NCSA application process

  • A special selection board scores the supplemental questions

  • CAP National Commander personally approves escorts


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Common Issues

  • Passports Alcohol

  • Paperwork Deadlines


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Duties of an Escort

  • Escorts serve as liaison officers between the organization of the host county and the group of cadets.

  • Escorts may be called upon to assume responsibility of the group under the authority of host in charge of the exchange.

  • Escorts must cop with emergencies that might arise.

  • Escorts must ensure each CAP cadet projects a favorable image as a US citizen.


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Wing Hosting Requirements

  • The ability to seek out the best of your state and communities

  • A dedicated project officer and staff

  • Support from your wing leadership

  • Support from local squadrons


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Hosting Notes

  • Host Families Priority

  • CAP Senior Members (not single households)

  • CAP Cadets in household, parents not members

  • USAF members

  • Know nonmembers

  • One cadet, one bed (Not shared beds, sleeping bags or on the floor)


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Hosting Administration

  • NHQ provides $50 a day per participant

  • Remainder of funds needs to be raised locally (real dollars or in-kind/discounts)

  • Can share the responsibility with another Wing (splitting the time between two states)


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Myths

  • You can only become an escort if you know someone.

  • You have to be a Spaatz cadet in order to get a slot as a cadet.

  • Canada is a consolation prize.

  • It costs too much money to attend.

  • IACE is nothing more than a party.