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The 2020 Banquet has been cancelled.

14 March 2020

1800 - 2200

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Times

1800    Reception & Cash Bar
1900    Opening Ceremony
1915    Dinner & 
Keynote Address
2000    Awards
2100    Raffle

Location

The Bolling Club
Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, DC

 

Uniform

Senior Members:
• Mess Dress Uniform
• Service Dress Uniform
• Corporate Service Dress Uniform

Cadets:
• Cadet Semi-formal Dress Uniform
• Service Dress Uniform
• Class B Uniform, with Tie for Long Sleeves

Guests and members choosing not to wear a uniform:

• Tuxedo or ball gown
• Suit/tie or cocktail dress

Major Awards

Squadron of Merit

Lt Col Thomas M. Stonehouse Service Award
An annual service award created in remembrance of Lt Col Thomas M. Stonehouse, a member of National Capital Wing until his death in March 1998.  This award is presented each year to a wing member who displays a “Service Before Self” attitude and total commitment to excellence in all endeavors.

Col Costello N. Robinson Lifetime Achievement Award
Dedicated to those individuals who gave of themselves to National Capital Wing.  Created in honor of Col Costello N. Robinson, former commander of National Capital Wing, and dedicated to the ideals of Civil Air Patrol that he upheld and epitomized.

Senior Member of the Year

Cadet NCO of the Year

Cadet Junior Officer of the Year

Cadet of the Year

Keynote Speaker

  Brig Gen Troy Endicott

 

 
    Brig. Gen. Troy L. Endicott serves as the Director for Space Policy, National Security Council, Executive Office of the President, Washington, D.C. He assists and advises the President and National Security Advisor on space matters, while developing and coordinating national space policies and strategy.

    Brig. Gen. Endicott was commissioned in 1994 through the ROTC program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. His career includes assignments as an airborne reconnaissance acquisitions officer; space operator, instructor and planner; 4-star speechwriter; major command and numbered Air Force executive officer; and Secretary of the Air Force's space policy lead. He deployed four times during operations Northern Watch, Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom as a space weapons officer and commanded one of the Air Force's first expeditionary space units in Iraq. He commanded the 21st Operations Support Squadron and 21st Operations Group at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.

    Prior to his current assignment, Brig. Gen. Endicott commanded the 460th Space Wing and was the installation commander of Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado.

 


 
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