The squadron file store is a Team Drive in Google Drive.
You will need a WAWG account on Google's G Suite services.
- As of mid-2019, request one via an IT support request on the Wing website. Your information will be verified and an account set up, with login information e-mailed to you.
- Later in 2019 or in 2020, WAWG accounts will be created for all members automatically.
Once your WAWG account is set up, ask the squadron IT Officer to give your account access to the squadron drive.
Check if you need to add your WAWG account to your list of personal Google accounts.
- If you do not already have a personal Google account, you should be able to log in with your WAWG credentials.
- If you do already have a personal Google account, you likely see your personal information automatically when accessing any Google service. You will need to associate your WAWG account with your other Google accounts in order to flip over to WAWG when needed.
Associate your WAWG account with your personal Google account (if needed). This will not mingle information between accounts. It only allows you to switch among associated accounts when logged in to any of them.
- Go to Google Drive.
- At the upper right of the screen, click the letter in a circle (an initial for your account name) or small circular picture (if you have uploaded one).
- A small window should pop out from that with more information about your associated accounts.
- Click "Add account".
- Enter your WAWG account e-mail address, click Next, then enter your password.
- You can now click the letter/picture in the upper right of your screen on any Google service and switch accounts.
Access the Team Drive
On a PC web browser:
- Log in to Google Drive and switch to your WAWG account.
- In the left side menu, click the arrow next to "Shared drives".
- You should see "Team Drive - Seattle Squadron". Click that to navigate through the file store.
On a mobile device:
- Open the Google Drive app.
- At the bottom of the screen, tap "Files".
- Near the top of the screen, tap "Shared drives".
- You should see "Team Drive - Seattle Squadron". Tap that to navigate through the file store.
There are folders for each duty function, a set of official files maintained by the Administrative Officer for regulatory purposes, and a shared folder which contains meeting presentations and unit inspection files. you can find manuals for aircraft equipment, handheld radios, and personal equipment, and reference information for activities, ES exercises, and projects.