Walk of Service – Dedication Ceremony


 Colonel Kevin N. Harbison, Commander, New Hampshire Wing Civil Air Patrol will be hosting a Dedication Ceremony to unveil our wing’s Walk of Service granite stone tribute in honor of our New Hampshire Wing members.


Presentation 1500hrs on 15 April 2017 at NH Civil Air Patrol Headquarters

R.S.V.P.  hq@nhwgcap.com

(603) 271-3225 ext. 0 by 01 April 17

NH Summer Academy – Website

Colonel’s Leadership Initiative Donation

Mission Statement:

We aim to give NH Civil Air Patrol cadets, who have already proven dedication and leadership to their community, state, and nation, the means to achieve their life goals by closing the gap between traditional scholarships and the ever expanding costs to achieving these goals.


In recognition of Colonel Moran’s leadership, inspiration, and dedication to his Cadets and their life goals we have established this monetary scholarship that can be used for any purpose with the expressed desire that it be used in a fashion that assists with those goals. For example: The funds may be used to assist with uniform costs, National Cadet Special Activities, and Encampments. Or monetary assistance with acquiring a computer for school, help paying for tuition, or even living expenses while the recipient attends college. The amount awarded to a deserving candidate is based on need, merit, and available funds.


o 2014

o By Lt John H. Mensch Jr., USMC and Lt Eric M. Perron, USAF


Board of Directors:

o John H Mensch Jr., Lt USMC

o Eric M Perron, Lt USAF

o Dana Moss, Former USMC Capt



o http://www.facebook.com/TheColonelsInitiative

o Twitter: @TheColonelsInitiative

o Email: TheColonelsInitiative@Gmail.com


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Application Form for Cadets
To apply for this program, please use this form.

Abenaki News – Summer 2016

The Summer 2016 edition of New Hampshire Wing’s Abenaki News is available for download.

In this edition: a message from our Commander Col Kevin Harbison, Squadron level promotions and upcoming activities July – September 2016.



CAP Command Council – February 2016

The CAP Command Council meeting and Annual Conference brings together hundreds of dedicated CAP members from across the nation to attend seminars and workshops, network with each other and the headquarters staff, and have fun, too. This year the meeting was held on the last week of February in the nation’s capital in Washington, D.C. Below are the topics that were presented.

Opening Safety Briefing

75th Anniversary Update

Cadet Programs

IT Breakout Session

Aircraft and Systems

Operations Breakout

Operations Update

Professional Development Breakout Session

Publications Update

Recruiting and Retention Update