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Funding Request are routed to different departments based on the type of training selected. If the incorrect training is selected the request may be denied and require to be resubmitted.


Form98A (Air) Operations Funding Request

Form98G (Ground) Operations Funding Request   

Emergency Services (SAR/DR) Training: Please visit the NCWG Emergency Services page for guidelines on funded ES training requests.

For other types of funding requests, continue reading below.

Pilot Proficiency:  Mission Pilot and Transport Mission Pilot will be offered three (3) hours of proficiency funding to fly the AFAM approved profile of their choice from the list below:        

o Profile #4 –  Transportation Mission Profile

o Profile #10 – High-Performance/Complex Aircraft Mission Profile (182 or 206 only)

o Profile #16 – Instrument Proficiency Profile (Must be instrument rated)

o Profile #17 – IP/CP Right-Seat Proficiency Profile

• The first 1.5 hours will be awarded as soon as it is requested provided funding is available. This will give everyone the opportunity to get current, and combining currency types (Night landings and instrument currency or IPC, for example), is highly recommended.

• The second 1.5 hours will be available for REQUEST once the pilot has performed 10 hours in ANY aircrew position in support of Air Force (AFAM) assigned or customer funded missions. 

o Member funded flying, funded proficiency flights, funded onboarding or CAPF5/F91 checkrides do not count toward the ten hour requirement. 

o Time spent as an Instructor Pilot, Check Pilot or Mission Check Pilot does count toward the ten hours..

o You may track your participation hours in the Mission Participation Log in eServices.  (WMIRS 2.0 -> Support -> Reports -> Mission Participation Log)



Cadet Pilot Proficiency:  CAP Wings Graduates, AFJROTC Flight Academy Graduate and Cadet Private Pilots are eligible for 1.8 hours of proficiency monthly.        

Cadets must have the following completed prior to receiving proficiency funds,

  1. FAA pilot certificate must be uploaded and validated.

  2. FAA  medical must be uploaded and validated

  3. FAA flight review must be validated (this would be the cadet’s PPL)

  4. CAPR 70-1 exam (2 parts) must be completed.

  5. Statement of Understanding must be completed

  6.  Aircraft Ground Handling Training located in AXIS must be completed.

  7. Aircrew Professionalism Course located in AXIS must be completed

  8. G1000 VFR Ground School must be completed (Axis Course)

Checkrides:  the actual check ride to complete a F5 or F91.  The training flights leading up to a F91 are SAR training flights and not check ride funds.

• Initial or Expired Form 5 checkrides are not eligible for funding.

• Initial or Expired Form 91 checkrides may be eligible if funding permits.

Relocation flights are authorized but additional funding will not be provided. Any cost over the approved amount will be at the cost of the pilot.  

Checkride funding request must have all information to include but is not limited to the checkpilot and date. 

Detailed training descriptions must be provided when submitting a F98. Click on the link to see examples of thorough Sample Training Descriptions.

On Boarding (NEW PILOTS ONLY):  a new member that holds a current FAA pilot certificate but has not been previously qualified as a CAP F70-5 pilot. The new member may be eligible for up to 3 hours of on boarding flight training with a CAP Instructor Pilot. This funding does not include the initial form 70-5 checkride. Checkride request must be submitted under a separate NCWGF98A To be eligible the member must,

  1.  Have completed all virtual courses Level 2 Part 1 of the CAP Training and Education program. Cohort courses are not required to be completed for On Boarding funds.

  2.  Have all members pilot documentation uploaded to Ops Quals and validated. 

  3.  Have completed the Aircraft Ground Handling Training located in AXIS.

  4.  Completed the Aircrew Professionalism Couse in AXIS.

  5.  Have completed the CAPR 70-1 Exam (basic and airplane) located in AXIS.  

  6.  Have completed the G1000 VFR and IFR (if instrument rated) Ground School in AXIS and been validated in Ops Quals.

  7.  Completed the General Emergency Services (GES) course.

Return to Flight (PILOTS ONLY):  A CAPF 70-5 pilot due to no fault of their own, have experienced an interruption in their flying activity that resulted in expiration of their qualifications. The pilot may be eligible for up to 3 hours of return to flight training.  Funding request will be reviewed and prioritized based on the following order,

  1. Active Instructor Pilots (IPs), Check Pilots (CPs), Check Pilot Examiners (CPEs), Mission Check Pilots (MCPs) and Mission Check Pilot Examiners (MCPEs)

  2. Active Mission Pilots (MPs), Transport Mission Pilots (TMPs) and Cadet Orientation Pilots

  3. Active VFR Pilots (12+ hours PIC time in 12 calendar months)

  4. Inactive pilots (0 < 12hours PIC time in 12 calendar months)

Documentation of the training conducted is required for all funded training request. Training request will not be reimbursed if the CAPF104 or CAPF109 is not properly completed. In some cases all of the information requested in the CAPF104 or CAPF 109 may not apply. Do not leave any line items blank. If a line item doesn't apply please add N/A to the line.  

Below are samples of properly completed CAPF104s and CAPF109s.

CAPF104 Sample 

CAPF109 Sample 

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