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Welcome to the Black Sheep Senior Squadron Home Page

The Black Sheep Senior Squadron is committed to service in the areas of Emergency Services, Homeland Security, Counter-Drug and Mountain Search and Rescue. We are one of the largest senior squadrons in Colorado Wing and based out of Centennial Airport. We have diverse opportunities for pilots and non-pilots alike and are always looking for new members.  Please take a look around our site and join us at one of our squadron meetings!

What can a new member expect
Join The Black Sheep Senior Squadron!
New members are always welcome. We encourage adults who are interested in the Civil Air Patrol and Blacksheep Squadron to stop by one of our regular meetings to meet the members and get a briefing from our recruiter.
This is an Acrobat fillable form.  Our recruiter, 2LT Tim Grafton, or the commander will give you a blank form and fingerprint card and answer any questions you may have. Once you have decided to join, you can fill out this form which will make it highly readable.
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Calendar of Events, Seminars, Training
October 16 - BSSS Meeting - 1900 @ South Metro Fire Rescue
November 5-6 ICS 400 (Eagle)*
November 8-9 ICS 400 (Fremont)*
November 9 Mission Observer Ground School - 0800-1700 @ South Metro Fire Rescue*
November 21-23 Colorado Wing ES Table Top Exercise @ South Metro Fire Rescue*
December 5-6 ICS 300 (Alamosa)*

*See below for details 
ICS 300 and ICS 400
ICS 300 and ICS 400 are requirements for middle and upper-level incident command post positions. In Civil Air Patrol, ICS 300 is required for: AOBD, GBD, CUL, FASC, IC, LO, LSC, MSO, OSC, PIO, and PSC. ICS 400 is also required for qualification for IC, LO, and MSO.

The ICS 300 and 400 courses are in-person courses that are usually taught over a 2-3 day period. They are offered at various times during the year and in various locations. There is no cost to attend the course. The courses are usually offered during the week and, unfortunately, we have no control over the dates and locations.

The courses are very rarely offered on the weekend -- but there are ICS 400 weekend courses coming up in November and even a one day ICS 400 course on a Saturday in October! If you need to take the course on the weekend because of personal or work commitments, I suggest you take advantage of this opportunity even if it isn't close to you.

You can take the course at any time -- you do not need to be in training for a qualification nor have completed any fam and prep courses. ICS 300 does require that you complete ICS 100, 200 and 700 (online courses) course prior to attending. You must complete ICS 300 prior to attending ICS 400.

If you are interested in earning qualifications that require ICS 300 and/or 400, I suggest you consider taking the course when it is available in your area. Below is a list of courses scheduled for OCT/NOV/DEC 2014

ICS 300 Incident Command System: Intermediate.
10/6-8 Ouray
10/6-8 Montrose
12/5-6 Alamosa
ICS 400 Incident Command System: Advanced.
10/4 Haxtun
10/9-10 Ouray
11/5-6 Eagle
11/8-9 Fremont

It is not unusual to get taken off the wait list -- so if a course is full and you want to attend, add yourself to the wait list.

To register for one of these courses, go to and register for an account. Once you are signed in, click on the calendar tab then click on the course where it is listed on the calendar date you want. Click on the registration tab and then click Register (verify the dates are the ones you want). You will receive an email confirmation of your course registration.

Please let me know if you have any questions or need assistance negotiating the registration process.

Stefanie Hudgins, Maj, CAP
COWG Director of Safety
COWG ES Training Officer
Activity Director: AF Space Command Familiarization Course -- Colorado

719-482-6574 (cell)
877-822-9325 (fax)
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Challenge Coin Design Contest
Civil Air Patrol

Black Sheep Senior Squadron

Challenge Coin Design Contest

Purpose: To provide an opportunity for all black Sheep Senior Squadron Members to compete in the design competition of the Squadron's Challenge Coin.

When: The contest will be conducted from 1 September 2014 until 31 October 2014.

Why: The Challenge Coin provides for physical recognition of membership in the Squadron, promotes unity, esprit-de-corps and professionalism amongst its members.

Cost: To Be Determined based on the design chosen


You may submit as many coin designs as you want until the 31st of October 2014.
The design can be as colorful, detailed, embellished, or serialized, as desired.
The edges may be plain or serrated.
It may be laser cut, epoxy coated or encased in plastic.
The coin can be any size, but practicality dictates it be between 1.625 = 1.750" in diameter. Th eallows for an easy carry in dress slacks.
Identification of both Civil Air Patrol and Black Sheep Senior Squadron must be present.
Each member must submit its entry with a detailed replica of the coin design (if possible). The may not be the final design, but will be very close with only minor changes as directed by teh manufacturer.
A second coin will be produced that indicates it is a 'Commanders Coin', awarded at the discretion of the Commander, BSSS. The coin will display the words "Excellence in Service" 


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Black Sheep Senior [CO-162]
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 4332 Englewood, CO 80155-4332
Meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 1900 hrs South Metro Fire Rescue Authority HQ - 9195 E Mineral Avenue, Centennial, CO 80112

Captain Benjamin Krieger
Home: 303-683-7424
Cell: 720-238-5726


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