Helping Florida Wing Soar to New Heights
by Enhancing Understanding Through Communication
How can we help you?
In addition to maintaining the flow of electronic information
throughout the wing, the Information Technologies Team is here to assist
We can assist you with:
Web Sites - Any Squadron,
Group or Functional entity may request a website. The site will be a
sub-domain of the Florida Wing Web Site. A group that wishes to maintain
its own site is welcome to make it as large and complex as they wish.
The Civil Air Patrol server is waiting for your unit to publish its own
site. We can assist you with the process and walk you through the
beginning steps. If you want just a Web Presence to which you may point
other people, with items such as POC, meeting location, and meeting
schedule, then Wing IT will create a one-page web site for you.
Forms and Certificates - We can create custom MS Word forms in form filling mode or in .pdf format.
EMail Accounts - We offer
POP3, or IMAP accounts to all Wing members. To request an email account,
submit a ticket to the Help Desk. Be sure to include your full name,
CAPID, and a current email address where we can send your login
Mailing Lists - Any
Squadron, Group or Functional entity may request one or more mailing
lists to help with communication needs. Lists will be controlled by the
unit, governing membership and message moderation.
Help Desk Assistance - If you
have a question regarding this website or its features, the Florida wing
@flwg.us email addresses, or how to register as a member onto this
website -- email the Help Desk at Help@flwg.us.
The Florida Wing eMail List System
The Florida Wing Mailing List system is the main instrument for disseminating
information to the general and selective membership in a timely manner.
For information on joining and using these lists, click here
To install Adobe Acrobat 10 Pro on your Windows computer and/or laptop, here is the link to download the application.
-- Download the Adobe Acrobat Professional 10.zip file and extract the files to a folder; open the product key file AcrobatProXKey.txt; double click on the setup.exe file.
Several squadrons have upgraded their older Windows
computers successfully by increasing the memory to the maximum allowed by the
manufacturer or at least to 4-6GB, typically for less than $30. You can use http://www.4allmemory.com but Amazon has very good deals too.
The next step is to install Windows 10, again done
successfully on many Windows computers in the Wing. If your processor allows it
go for the 64-bit version. Both versions of Windows, 32-bit and 64-bit, are here: https://goo.gl/EQn58a