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civil air patrol news

January 1990
Vol. 22, No. 1
Maxwell AFB, Ala.

Serving the CAP membership since November 1968

Fingerprint screening expands
MAXWELL AFB, Ala. -- The
National Executive Committee has expanded FBI fingerprint screening to all members except sustaining members who don't work or associate with cadets in any capacity.
In a recent letter sent by
Civil Air Patrol National Comm a n d e r, M a j . G e n . E . E .
Harwell, printed here in part,
General [-tarwell explains the
action and the reasons for it.
"I am sure you are aware by
now of the requirement to fingerprint senior members who
supervise cadets or regularly
associate with cadets in any
capacity. The National Executive Committee has now extended this requirement to the
rest of Civil Air Patrol's senior members. This includes

"There are several reasons
for this action. First, our experience in screening members thus far revealed many
members who had concealed
criminal records upon joining
Civil Air Patrol. Many were
found ineligible for membership. Secondly, and just as
important, many senior
members who were not required to be screened have
access to cadets in a variety of
capacities. I might also mention that the most serious litigation against Civil Air Patrol arising out of cadet sexual abuse was caused by a
senior member who would not
have been required to have
been screened under the current system.
"Until 1967 Civil Air Patrol
required all senior members
to be fingerprinted as a condi-

tion of initial membership. This
procedure was dropped only
because the FBI could not
handle the increased workload. Now, due to improved
electronic screening procedures, the FBI has again
agreed to perform this valuable service. This is not new;
we are merely returning to
our original standard in the
dual interest of quality of
membership and protection of
our cadets.
"I know many of you have
clearances with various government agencies. However,
you still have to complete Civil
Air Patrol's screeningprocess
as those clearances are not
available to us in a practical
m a n n e r. We a l s o k n o w t h a t
many senior squadrons have
no cadets, but we feel the same
standards of membership

Editor's Note:
Recently, California Wing was involved in the search for a Marine Corps OV-IO aircraft.
In response to that outstanding effort, Col. V. Lee White, California Wing commander,
received the following letter:

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October 1989

Dear Colonel White,
I wish to express my appreciation for the
e f f o r t s m a d e b y L i e u t e n a n t C o l o n e l K e i t h P. K e l l e y
and the other members of the Civil Air Patrol who
volunteered in the search for the OV-10 aircraft
that went down in the San Gorgonio mountain range
in California. Colonel Kelley's expertise and
persistence were major factors in locating the
missing aircraft.
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understand that more than 250 volunteers,
ding 50 pilots, participated in the search for
ircraft. Their dedication, unselfishness, and
ion to their mission are commendable.
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Please pass my appreciation to the members of
the Arizona Wing and the Nevada Wing of the Civil
Air Patrol who participated in the search.

A. M~ GRAY General, U.S. Marine
Corps Commandant of the Marine Corps

should apply to all our members, q~e majority have already voluntarily applied for
fingerprint screening, nearly
30,000 so far. Also, the number of undesirable members
identified in the initial screening supports screening the
remaining members.
"Effective Jan. 1, membership renewals will not be accepted unless the renewing
member has submitted a fingerprint card and supplemental membership application,
Civil Air Patrol Form 12a.
"The only exception to fingerprint screening will be sustaining members who will no
longer be authorized to work
with or associate with cadets
in any capacity. If you are not
an active member and do not
wish to be fingerprinted, you
may continue membership by

transferring to sustaining
member status.
"Sustaining members have
all the privileges of active membership except being promoted
and working with cadets. If
you are interested in this
status, please ask your unit
commander to forward the
necessary paperwork, Civil Air
Patrol Form 2a, to National
Headquarters.
"Remember, until you have
been fingerprinted or transferred to sustaining status you
will not be eligible for membership renewal. We fully recognize the inconvenience of
this procedure, but trust you
can appreciate the necessity
for this precaution. Regardless of your decision, we appreciate your past contributions and solicit your continued support."

Committee makes
uniform changes
MAXWELL AFB, Ala. -- The
National Uniform Committee
met here recently in conjunction with the National Executive Committee meeting. Brig.
G e n . Wa r r e n J . B a r r y, C i v i l
Air Patrol's national vice
c o m m a n d e r, c h a i r e d t h e
meeting.
Several items were considered by the National Uniform
Committee and brought before the National Executive
Committee with the following
results:
New designs for Civil Air
Patrol miniature mess dress
medals were approved. The
new medals are reportedly
more attractive and will present a more professional appearance. The Silver and
Bronze Medals of Valor, Distinguished Service Medal,
E x c e p t i o n a l S e r v i c e Aw a r d
Medal and Certificate of Recognition for Life Saving Medal
will be distinctive designs to
reflect the unique service these
medals represent. Members
may mix new-style medals
with the old ones to minimize
expenses. Sources here say it
will be several months before
new medals are available in
the Civil Air Patrol Bookstore.
Eliminated wear of ribbons on the light blue Air Forcestyle shirt by senior members.
A d d i t i o n a l l y, t h e t o t a l n u m ber of ribbons worn by senior
members on the service coat
is limited to 18 ribbons of the
member's choice. These policies do not apply to cadets.

Cadets may wear ribbons
earned on both the uniform
shirt and the service coat.
Prescribed wear of the
miniature size, two-inch, aviation badges as the only size
authorized for wear on the
uniform shirt. The regular size,
three inch, badge is recommended for wear on the service coat, but the miniature,
two-inch, badge may be worn
by members of a smaller stature.
We a r o f t h e N E C b a d g e
in place of the Civil Air Patrol
crest on the blazer uniform
was also approved.
It was brought to the
Committee's attention that
Civil Air Patrol's Bookstore
had been issuing leather nam~
patches with the letters
"USAFA" on them. This is the
acronym for the United States
Air Force Academy and is not
authorized for Civil Air Patrol.
Also, the Committee
tabled the issue of Battle Dress
Uniforms for Civil Air Patrol
members. This item will be
reconsidered later.
A revised Civil Air Patrol
Manual 39-1 is now available.
Personnel officials here will
publish informal changes to
this manual after each National Uniform Committee
meeting to keep members
informed until the manual is
again revised. Personnel officials say members should be
sure to watch for any future
changes.

Civil Air Patrol News
January 1990

Educators attend symposium
GARDEN CITY, N.Y. -- Recently, educators fi:om New
York, New Jersey and Connecticut came together at Arielphi University, here, to participate in one of the largest
aerospace symposiums in this
area. Two days of workshops,
lectures, field trips and more
were slated for the symposium and more than 200 people
attended.
The symposium was an~idea
of Professor Julian Wilder,
Adelphi University, and John
Loret, Science Museum of Long
Island. Professor Wilder is a
first lieutenant in Civil Air
Patrol and is aerospace educ a t i o n o f fi c e r f o r S u ff o l k
C o u n t y G r o u p , N e w Yo r k
Wing.
Workshop topics included:
"Communications in Space,"
presented by Maj. Bob Vanson, director of communications, Suffolk County GrOup;
"Civil Air Patrol Programd for
Aerospace Educators," present~ by Robert Smit~ NoRheast Region director of Aerospace Education; "The Greenhouse Effect," presented by

USAF Reserve Lt. Col. Bill
Korbel, a meteorologist who
is a member of Civil Air Patrol; "Aerospace Employment,"
presented by John Shea,
Federal Aviation Administration regional director; a handson workshop, presented by
Capt. David Gray; "Model
Rocketry in Mathematics,"
presented by Don Stankalis,
Suffolk County Group; and
many others.
Lt. Col. Joy Nelson, New
York Wing, served as a panel
discussion leader on 'T/omen
In Aviation and Civil Air Patrol." Colonel Nelson is cadet
programs officer for New York
Wing.
On hand in the discussion
segment was Jean Esquerre
of the Tuskegee Airmen from
World War II. Tuskegee Airmen were the first all black
fighter-interceptor group
during the war.
Astronaut, Scott Carpenter,
gave a talk about the past,
present and future of space
flight from an astronaut's perspective.
Congressman Thomas

Downey (D-New York), spoke
about the future of the F-14
~.
and the Challenger Center
Program which offers young ....
adults an opportunity to get a
'~
hands-on feel for space flight.
Keynote speaker for the second day was Harold Bacon,
director of Aerospace Education, National Headquarters
Civil Air Patrol. Bacon's address stressed the importance
of informing and educating
the public on opportunities in
aerospace fields. His speech
included the history oftrans~
portation and aviation being
a "time machine" such as the
Concorde being a form of timesaving transportation.
Lt. Col. John Marek, comm a n d e r, S u f f o l k C o u n t y
Group, oversaw the activities
of more than 30 cadets and
senior members for the event.
Some cadets received school
credit for participating. ~ ~:~ii
Also in attendance were,
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N o r t h e a s t R e g i o n C o m - INFORMAL VISIT -- From left Congressman Lee Aspln, (D), Wlsmander, Col. ROy Arroll, and consln; Lt. Col. Helen Sllko, Clvll Alr Patrol's Natlonal Leglslatlve
New York Wivg Commander, Committee and Col. Ben Sllko, former Wlsconsln Wlng commander; dlscuss the economlc benefits of a new resort community
Col. Herman Botie.
In Wlsconsln. The dlscusslon wlth Congressman Aspln, a strong
supporter of Clvll Alr Patrol, took place recently at a receptlon In
hls honor In Sprlng Green, Wls. (Photo courtesy Jeanle Lewis,
Dodgevllle Chronlcle)

Congress registration begins

NEC picks director
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MAXWELL AFB, Ala. -- It's time again to gear up for the National Congress on Aviation and
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March 22-24.
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~z.Si.te Squadron, Phoenix, cation to an accredited insti"
~Fl~is $750 college scholar- tution has been made.
Deadline for applications to
ship is an annum award given
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has earned the Billy Mitchell officials must forward their
Award,is ahigh school gradu- nomination selections to Naating senior, and who has been tional Headquarters Civil Air
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Civil Nr Pairol News 3
Janualy 1900

MAXWELL AFB, kla. -- No this is
not a recipe on how to cook up an
i n s t a n t h i s t o r i a n . R a t h e r, i t i s t h e
ramblings of one historian as they
relate to some of the aspects of the
Civil Air Patrol History Program and
the preparation of Annual Wing Histories. Since Wing Annual Histories
are due to be written for the past year
within the next six months, the latter
is most appropriate at this the beginning of a new year.
Civil Air Patrol Regulation 210-1,
"The Civil Air Patrol Historical Program" states the objectives of and implements the Civil Air Patrol Historical Program. It serves as a guide for
preparing histories, assigns responsi-

bilities and lists qualifications of a
historian.
Chapter two of this regulation outlines the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of a Civil Air Patrol historian. Here the important thing is
not the formal training which normally goes into the making of a historian. Rather, it all boils down to a
desire to perform well in the climate of
a volunteer organizationsuch as ours.
As with most fields of endeavor
within Civil Air Patrol, the historical
program provides guidance for growth
by the individual historian via Civil
Air Patrol Pamphlet 223, "Civil Air
Patrol, Senior Member Training Program, Specialty Track Study Guide."

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This pamphlet covers the position
description, objectives and functions
and responsibilities for the Technician, Senior and Master Ratings of
Historians.
The writer considers both of the
documents highly important to the
development of a history program and
the subsequent preparation of "Annual Wing Histories." However, since
very few of us are school-trained historians, something is needed in the
area of mechanics of history preparation. This information is provided in
an unnumbered publication titled
"Handbook for Civil Air Patrol Historians." This handbook, "provides the
necessary guidance for implementation of Civil Air Patrol Regulation
210-1," and is therefore the single
most important reference document
in a historian's library.
Chapter one of the handbook outlines the more general aspects of written histories within Civil Air Patrol.
As such, it should be carefully read
and understood so that the history
writer becomes familiar with the language of the art as well as some of its
general procedures.
The real "meat of the coconut" lies
in chapter two. This chapter addresses
format and style to be used in preparation of written histories. It begins
with an outline of the parts of a history and specifies those parts which
are considered as mandatory in annual histories.

For the most part these mandatory
items help historians to prepare a
final product which both records a
unit's history and presents it in an
easily understood manner. The chronology and narrative are the two most
important of these seven mandatory
items. As with all other items, these
two highly important elements are
described and an example is provided.
The optional items are presented
for inclusion in a history as they are
those extras which make the difference between an acceptable and an
outstanding history. As was the case
with mandatory items, the optional
ones are both described and illustrated
in the handbook.
No history program would be complete without an "Oral History Phase."
Chapter three of the handbook explains, in detail, the oral history program within Civil Air Patrol.
Copies of the handbook and "Civil
Air Patrol Oral History Self-Study
Guide" may be obtained from National
Headquarters Civil Air Patrol/XR,
Maxwell AFB, AL 36112-5572.
Considering the importance of this
handbook, plans are in progress to
extensively revise it. Revision of chapter two has been completed. It has
been distributed to region and wing
historians. Readers desiring copies of
the revision only may request them
from the National Historian, Col. Lester
E. Hopper, 3530 Mimosa Court, New
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CMI Air Pa'b'olNeWs
Jabuary 1990

We c a n w i n b a t t l e a g a i n s t c h i l d a b u s e
By Maj. Gen. E.E. Harwell
national commander
Civil Air Patrol

ing in FBI fingerprint screening. Your dedicated contributions have not been taken for
granted. The senior leaderMAXWELL AFB, Ala. -- The ship in Civil Air Patrol is sinroad toward a strong Cadet cerely appreciative; moreover,
Protection Program has been our cadets appreciate your saclong and tedious. Yet, despite rifices on their behalf.
the many demands imposed
Now that we are entering
the final phase of implementby the program, you have
responded with an exemplary ing the Cadet Protection Prosense of parental responsibil- gram, we must ask.your inity. Not only have you given dulgence and assistance once
generously of your time, en- again. Soon you will be asked
ergy, and resources, but also,
to attend Cadet Protection
you've placed your concern for Training for senior members.
our cadets above your per- The purpose of the training is
sonal privacy by participatto increase child abuse aware-

ness among our senior members, thereby reducing the
potential for physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of
cadets. Our training is patterned after the program used
by the Boy Scouts of America,
and much of the training
content was made available
through their generosity.
Commanders throughout
Civil Air Patrol will be receiving the training packages
during the first quarter of 1990.
Our goal is to train all senior
members; however, the first
priority must be senior members who are involved with

the cadet program. These
members occupy positions outlined in Attachment 5 of Civil
Air Patrol Manual 50-16, Cadet
Program Manual. Commanders should train their members within 90 days after receiving the training package.
Thereafter, all new members
should be trained duri ng unit
orientation.
With your help we can win
the battle against child abuse,
not only in Civil Air Patrol,
Maj. Gen. Harwell
but in society as well. The
health and welfare of our Training your wholehearted
young people depend on it.
support.
Please give Cadet Protection
Thank you.

RECRUITING IS EVERYBODY'S JOB - 1st Lt. Margaret R. Axe, left,
York Compeslte Squadron, Pennsylvania Wing, talks to two potent/el recruits during a recent Pennsylvania International Alrehow at
Harrisburg International Airport. York ComposlteSquadro n boasts
It Is Civil Air Patrol's oldest squadron In continuous operation. Recrultlng among 35,000 spectators at a large alrehow Is one reason
why. (Civil Air Patrol Photo by 2nd Lt. Stephen M. Cobeugh, Central
Pennsylvania Group 30)

Patrol I I

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National Commander-Maj. Gen. E.E. Harwell, CAP.
Executive Director-Col. Clyde O. Westbrook, Jr.,USAF.
Director of Public Affairs-Lt. Col. Donald f. Giglio, USAF.
Chief, International Information Division-Don Thweatt.
Editor-Ssft. Dan Sherwood, USAF. Photographer-Ssgt.
George Wendt, USAF

Civil Air Patrol's
emergency services
statistics reported
here are current as
of, Dec. 19, 1989. The
figures are unofficial
and compiled at Civil
Air Patrol Headquarters, Maxwelr AFB,
Ala.
Saves .......... 6 4
Finds ........ 1,719
Misslons ..... 2,517
Total sorties .....
10,059
Total flying hours..
19,706

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G U A R D , S P R I ~ S - - ~ B E L - ' ~ L I P & H A N G E R L O O P. 3 P O S . S W I T C H I I ~ l l
W / F L A S H E R , S PA R E B U L B & R E D , W H I T E , g C L E A R S PA R E L E N S . WAT E R , I l l
R E S I S TA N T, O L I V E D R A B . T W O ' D I C E L L B AT T E R I E S ( N O T I N C L U D E D ) . ~

1.25 $

:J
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.75 $

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CAP708GLA MINI-MAGLITE, BLACK. LIGHTWEIGHT, MACHINED AIRCRAFT ALUMINUM
FLASHLIGHT. FOCUS BEAM FOR FLOOD OR SPOT APPLICATION. USES
2 ' A A ' B AT T E R I E S ( N O T I N C L U D E D ) . M A D E I N U S A .

CAP531BA

MATCHBOX, WATERPROOF PLASTIC, STRIKER CAP, 3 X S INCH.

CAP537

U T I L I T Y B O X , A L U M I N U M W / C L O S I N G L AT C H E S G R U B B E R S E A L . I D E A L
S TO R A G E F O R F O O D ~ I S T A I D , F I L M , M I S C . S U R V. , E T C . ? X 4 X 2 I N C H E S .

2.50 $

CAP708GLC M I N I - M A G L I T E A C C E S S O R Y PA C K , I N C L . A M B E R , R E D & C L E A R D I F F U S E R _ _
L E N S E S , A N T I - R O L L C A P & W R I S T S T R A P.

3.95 $

CAP537A

U T I L I T Y B O X , P L A S T I C , W / S E A L ~ L AT C H E S . 6 X 3 . 7 5 X l . 2 5 I N C H E S .

3.25 $

CAP537C

U T I L I T Y B O X , P L A S T I C , W / S E A L & L AT C H E S . 5 . S X 3 . / S X l . 5 I N C H E S .

CAPI08GLE HOLSTER, MINI-MAGLITE, WEB NYLON W/VELCRO FLAP CLOSURE AND
A L I C E K E E P E R S F O R AT TA C H I N G TO W E B B E LT O R S U S P E N D E R S . D O . ( )
CAP7OBGLF BLACK ( )

2.95 $

R.95 $

CAP625AB

F O L D I N G S TO V E , 6 X 4 . 5 X 1 " F O L D E D F L AT. O P E N S TO 5 . 5 X h . 5 X ) " U S E S
CAP625JB STERNO OR CAP625JE TRIOXANE FUEL BAR (ONE BAR INCL.).

h.25 $

CAP720AKA R A N G E R B A N D , R U B B E R E L A S T I C , l " W X 4 " S T R E T C H C A PA C I T Y. B L A C K .
MANY USES TO QUICKLy Ahl) EASILY SECURE PONCHOS, FLASHLIGHTS,

1,75 $

CAP625dE

'TRIOXANE' FUEL BAR, COMPRESSED. FOOD RJkTION HEATING. THREE
FOIL WPJ~PPED BARS PER BOX. SEVEN MINUTE BURN PER BAR. GI ISSUE.

1.25 $

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R O P E S , E T C . 5 P E R PA C K .
CAP7390D

RAINSUI T
CAP72OCA

ALICE KEEPERS. REPLACEMENT BLACK STEEL CLIPS FOR GI ISSUE
FIELD

1.50 $

CAP625JF

'FRY STARTRI EMERGENCY FIRE STARTER. 3X3!~'r JELLY SOAKED STEEL
W O O L { ; S T R I K E A N Y W H E R - N AT C H E S I N P L A S T I C PA C K . 1 5 M I N . B U R N .

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CAP6h2BA

ZIPPER COMPASS, LIQUID FILLED, 5 DEGREE MARKI~4GS. ATTACH TO
ZIPPER FOR ZIP-EASE W/GLOVES. THE EASIEST TAKE-ALONG COMPASS.

CAP642C

C O M PA S S , P O L A R I S , S I LVA T Y P E 7 . 2 X 3 I N C H B E G I N N E R T Y P E .

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6.75 $

CAP642G

C A S E , C O M PA S S , F I T S A L L U N I T S . B R O W t l V I N Y L Z I P P E R E D TO P
W I T H B E LT C L I P A N D L O O P. 3 . 1 2 5 X 4 . 5 X ] I N C H .

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5.95 $

CAP642J

MAp AND COMPASS TRAINING MANUAL. 21~, PAGE COURSE WITH

GEAR.

4

PER

PACK.

~.~,~

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2 . 2 5

$

L~..~-~,,.L--~j

CAP731AK

FA N N Y / D AY PA C K . T W O PA C K S I N O N E . C O R O U R A FA N N Y 1 5 X 5 X 5 . 5 " .
C O N V E RT S TO D AY PA C K W / S H O U L D E R S T R A P S , 1 4 X 1 4 X 5 . 5 " . C A R RY
LOOP. ASSORTED COLORS, /V4ERICAN MADE.

1 7 . 9 5

$

CAP731CA

C O M B O B A C K PA C K . ' C O B R A ' 2 4 X 1 4 X 7 " . O X F O R D N Y L O N , D B L C H A M B E R 4 9 . 9 5
MAIN COMPARTMENT W/FULL FRONT ZIPPERED ACCESS. FOUR LARGE SIDE
POCKETS MTD ON 37 X 15" ALUM FRAME. PADDED HIP & QUICK RELEASE
PADDED SHOULDER STRAPS. ADJ TO youTH, MEN g WOMEN. 2800 CU. IN.

$

2.50 $

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3 L B I 0 O Z . S P E C I F Y C O L O R : B R O W N ( ) B U R G A N D Y ( ) N AV Y ( ) .
S H E L F, ' A L I C E ' F R A M E , A L U M I N U M . C U R R E N T M I L I TA R Y I S S U E . B L A C K .

5.50 $

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1.50 $

B E LT P O U C H , N Y L O N , 1 . 5 " L O O P & C L I P S . 7 X 3 . 5 X 3 " . A S S T. C O L O R S

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2.50 $

B E LT P O U C H , C O R O U R A . L O O P ~ C L I P S . 8 . 5 X 5 X 2 . 5 " , A S S T. C O L O R S

TRAINING A[DSp BY BJORN KJELLBTROM. PAPERBACK.

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T I E - D O W N S T R A P, B A C K PA C K . 1 . 5 X 4 2 " B L A C K N Y L O N . M A D E I N U S A .

9.95 $

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h.95 $

2h.95 $

CAP6~3A

A LT I M E T E R , N O N - A I R C R A F T, S E A L E V E L TO I S K I I N 1 0 0 ' I N C R E M E N T S .
USE AS A POCKET Ii'~STRUMENT. MOUNT IN VEH. W/BRACKET FURNISHED.
CASE W/BELT LOOP FOR MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS ~: HIKERS. 3 OUNCES.

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-

CAP643C

ZIPPER THERI4OMETERs W/WIND CHILL CHART, FARENHEIT $ CELSIUS
SCALES. FASTENS TO JACKET OR SLEEPING BAG. PLASTIC CASE.
3/4 X 2.5 INCH. A MUST FOR GROUIMD CREWS.

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CAP6h8

S U R V I VA L K I T K N I F E , 6 I N C H B L A D E , u , . 5 I N C H H O L L O W ~ L E W I T H
M AT C H E S ~ F I N G E R S AW, F I S H I N G K I T A N D L i q U I D C O M PA S S . L E AT H E R
SHEATH WITH SHARPENING STONE, 9 OUNCE.

6.95 $

C A P G 4 8 A S U RV I VA L K N I F E , q : ~ C A R B O N S T E E L B L A D E , h " M O L L O W H A N D L E , W I T H

25.95 $

1 . 9 5

3
P O N C H O , V I N Y L , C I V, 5 O X B O " , 1 3 O Z . , O O ( ) , C A P 7 3 9 B A O R A N G E ( )
CAP739OO

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3.25 $

R A I N S U I T, Y E L L O W V I N Y L , T W O P C .
SMALL ( ) MEO ( ) LG ( ) XLG ( )
K E E P O N E I N T H E C A R / A I R C R A F T F O R R A I N Y D AY ! ! !
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HEADNET MOSQUITO, WEAR OVER/UNDER HEADGEAR. W/STRING TIES. O0.

CAP6h8B

2.25 $_.__
5.95 $

M I N I - ~ K , 1 0 0 % N Y L O N N E T, 7 X 4 ' W / M E T A L R I N G S A N D 1 2 ' T I E
R O P E S , 5 0 0 L B . C A PA C I T Y. A S S O RT E D C O L O R S . ] 5 O U N C E .

LIQUID FILLED COMPASS, LEATHER SHEATH WITH STONE. JAPAN.

}.95 $

19.9~ $

S U R V I VA L K I T K N I F E , S P E C I A L F O R C E S , G : ' S TA I N L E S S S T E E L B L A D E ,
SAWBACK, MOLDED PLASTIC HOLLOW }J, ANDLE,LIQUID COMPASS, ABS SHEATH
W/MORSE ~, SURVIVAL CODES. NYLON WEB BELT LOOP, SHARPENING STONE
A N D L A N YA R D . H A N D L E S U R V I VA L K I T. O D . 11 . 5 ' ~ .

JUNGLE HAM4OCK, NYLON CANOPY, INSECT PROOF NYLON SIDES, EOTTO~I
D U C T B O T T ( ~ . S T E E L R I N G T I E S W / H E AV Y D U T Y R O P E . D O .
36 X 8h X 18 INCH, 2 LB. 9 02.

CAP652

F I N G E R S A W , C U T S V E X ) D , B O N E , P L A S T I C , E T C . 1 8 " R U S T R E S I S TA N T. - -

CAP652A

F O L O I N G S AW 7 " S T E E L B L A D E , L O C K S O P E N . C L O S E S TO 9 . 5 " O V E R A L L - - LENGTH. UNBREAKABLE HANDLE, 5.5 OUNCE.
E , ~ T C H E T A L L P ~ TA L , R U B B E R G R I P W I T H S H E AT H 2 2 O Z . 9 . 5 " O V E R A L L . . _ _

CAP652P~

B O L O M A C H E T E , 1 4 : ' S T E E L B L A D E - , 6 " P L . A S I l C t t ~ / ~ D L E W / S H E AT H , 1 3 O Z .
F O L D I N G S C I S S O R S , i " S TA I t I L E S S S T E E L B L A D E S . 3 I / 8 " L O N G .

CAP652SB

S A F E T Y S C I S S O R S , 2 " S TA I N L E S S S T E E L B L A D E S T H AT S L I D E I N T O 3 . 5 "
ABS PLASTIC HANOLES FOR SAFETY AND STORAGE. SPRING LOADED GRIP.

B L A N K E T, 7 0 % W O O L , 3 0 ~ F I B E R , 6 2 X 8 0 " . G R E Y, 3 L B .

CAP766B

S A F E T Y V E S t , H I G H LY V I S I B L E F L O U R E S C E N T O R A N G E N Y L O N M E S H , W I T H _ _
i 3/8" WIDTH 'REFLEXlTE' STRIPING ON FRONT AND REAR OF JACKET
STYLE VEST. 'VELCRO' FRONT CLOSURE AND ELASTIC SIDE BUCKLE ADJ U S T M E N T S F O R S E C U R E F I T. O N E S l Z E F I T S A L L . F L I G H T L I N E , E T C .

8.95 $

CAP766S

FLOURESENTORANGE STREAMER. i" Xl00' STRONG TEAR PROOF AND
WEATHER PROOF VINYL. USE FOR CRASH SITES, TRAIL MARKING, ETC.

1 . 5 0

CAPlggAA

GRAB-BAG 'A'. MULTIPLE 'NEW~ USEABLE CAMPINO/RAF,r~ER/SURVIVAL
I T E M S , E X C E S S TO U S , B U T N O T TO Y O U . G U A R A N T E E D $ 2 0 R E TA I L .

5.95 $

CAP79gAB

3.95 $

T U B E T E N T, S U RV I VA L , O R / ~ N G E , H E AV Y W E I G H T V I N Y L , F I R E R E TA R D ~ T. _ _ _ _
NO ENDS. HANGS BETWEEN TWO TREES WITH CORD PROVIDED, h X 8',
SLEEPS TWO, 19 OUNCES.

CAP758EE

1.75 $

16.95 $

G R A B - B A G ' B ' . S A M E A S A B O V E , B U T D I F F E R E N T I T E M S . $ 3 5 R E TA I L .

5.25 $

CAP652SA

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CAP750B

6.95 $

T E N T, 2 M A N , B L U E , R I P S TO P N Y L O N , F L A M E R E TA R D A N T, B U I L I I N
FLOOR, ZIPPERED NYLON MESH W/STORM FLAPS, REAR WINLVJW. ROPES,
STAKES AND POLES INCLUDED. 3 LBS.

9.95 $

ChP652HA

25.95 $ ....

CAP750AB

1.75 $

_. _

.30 $ .....

CAP652X~

' P 3 8 ' G I ( S E A R AT I O N ) S i Y L F, S T E E L C A N O P E N E R . K E Y C H A I N T Y P E . - - - -

CAP653AA

S N A R E K I T, ' T H O M P S O N S S l ' . C O N TA I N S 0 0 - 2 0 " ~ 0 - S - 3 0 " S E L F L O C K - S T Y L E S T E E L S N A R E S , F O R S M A L L G A M E . I . E . R A B B I T, S Q U I R R E L , E T C .

4.95 $

CAP655

KNIFE SHARPENER, "BUTTERFLY:' STYLE. DIAMOND GROUND TUNGSTEN
C A R B I D E B I T. ) . 7 5 X I . S X l / 4 " . F L AT. I / 2 O Z . F I T S I N Y O U R W A L L E T.

3.50 $

CAP664B

WHISTLE, CEREMONIAL, S H I N Y C H R O M E P L A T E D B R A S S W / C H A I ~ _ _
d l V v ~ ] r

1.50 $

CAP667BAA N Y L O N C O R D , M O T R AT E D , 3 / 1 6 " - 5 0 ' I M P O R T E D . W H I T E . ( )
OTHER COLORS; CAP667BAB ORANGE (), CAP667BAC OLIVE DRAB ().

CAP215EBE FE)OK & LOOP FASTENER TAPE. ADHESIVE BACK/SELF STICK 'PEEL g
P R E S S ' 2 X 1 2 " . O L I V E G R E E N F O R F I E L D E Q U I P U S E . PAT C H E S ,
R E PA I R S , AT TA C H M E N T S , E T C . M A D E I N U S A .

1.25 $

C A P 6 6 7 B FA PA R A C H U T E C O R D , E Q U I P M E N T, 1 0 0 0 # T E S T, I / 4 X I / 8 " - 5 0 ' U S G O V T
ISSUE. NYLON BRAIDED. WHITE (). CAP667BFC OLIVE DRAB ().
CAP670AD

S E W I N G K I T, C I V I L I A N , 5 0 Y D T H R E A D , B U T TO N S ~ S N A P S , N E E D L E S ,
P I N S , S C I S S O R S , & T H I M B L E . E V E R Y T H I N G F O R R E PA I R J O B .
F I R S T A I D K I T, I N D I V I D U A L , ' G I S T Y L E ' . 1 9 M E D I C A L I T E M S . O D
NYLON BELT POUCH, WITH LOOP AND SNAP FLAP CLOSURE.
5 . 2 5 X 5 . 5 X 2 . 5 I N C H E S . 8 O U N C E S . E X T R A S PA C E .

CAP676AD

F I R S T A I D K I T, ' S O L D I E R S T Y L E ' . 1 8 M E D I C A L I T E M S I N O O N Y L O N
C A S E W / Z I P P E R E D O P E N I N G A N D B E LT L O O P. 4 . 5 X 3 X 1 . 1 2 5 I N C H E S .

cOMPASS

15.95 $

$

I0.95 $
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2.~5 $

1.50 $

CAP676AC

CAP642C

3.50 $

h.50 S

C A P 6 7 6 A E F I R S T A I D K I T, B A C K PA C K E R S , 4 3 M E D I C A L I T E M S PA C K E D I N A N
E X PA N D A B L E M O U L D E D P L A S T I C C A S E , 3 . 5 X 4 X I I N C H .

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C A P 6 7 6 A F F I R S T A I D K I T, B A C K PA C K E R S , 5 7 M E D I C A L I T E M S I N A Y E L L O W P L A S T I C
POUCH W/SEE-THRU POCKETS, THAT OPENS UP TO DISPLAY ALL GOOOIES.
ROOM TO ADD YOUR OWN MEDICAL ACCESSORIES. MAY BE FOLDED OR ROLLED
W/TIES 4.5 X I X I INCH. 6 OUNCES.

F R E I G H T ~ H A N D L I N G F E E F O R S U R F A C E U P S S H I P P I N G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$ 4 . 0 0

5.95 $

4.25 $

5.95 $

9.95

$..__

N A M E
C A P 6 7 6 A K A S N A K E B I T E K I T, 3 S U C T I O N C U P S , A N T I S E P T I C , S C A L P E L , LY M P H
C O N S T R I C TO R A N D I N S T R U C T I O N S . 3 . 2 5 X 1 X I I N C H .

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C A P 6 7 6 B A S K E E T E R S T I K . M E D I C AT E D R E L I E F F R O M I N S E C T B I T E S A N D P O I S O N
P L A N T S , 1 4 M L T U B E W / P O C K E T C L I P.

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1 . 9 5

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3.95 $ ....

C A P 6 8 7 A S H O V E L - A X E & S AW, A L L - I N - O N E U N I V E R S A L TO O L , W I T H C A N VA S C A S E ,
W / B E LT L O O P, 1 5 I N C H E S L O N G , 3 2 O U N C E S .

PHONE (Work) ..................... (Home) ......................
C R E D I T C A R D N o . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E X P. . . . . . . . . .

3.25 $

CAP676CKA INSECT REPELLENT STICK. 3/4 OUNCE.
CAP676CKB INSECT REPELLENT LIQUID. 1 OUNCE PLASTIC BOTTLE.

$ . _ _

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ADDRESS ....................................................
S TAT E . . . . . . . . . Z l P . . . . . . .
CITY ...........................

2.95 $ ....

CAP S/N ......................................
1 2 . 9 5

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~ill Rohb Wilson Award
W I l l

PAC
Cain, Johnnk~, Mq .........................................................
SER
K~la-MllkN, $1ndt, M~ ...................................................

Paul E. Garber Award
MER
B,-,er, Robert H., kl~ .....................................................
NER
Bevem, Irene M., M~ .....................................................
Butler, Juliua A., ~ ..................................................... GLR
SER
Chalet, Morton N., Maj ...................................................
Ciprilmo, VInosnt F., MaJ ...............................................
NER
Cc*ltKblo, John J., ~ ................................................. GLR
Crenllhaw, Jamml A., Maj ...............................................
SER

J

Kemp. Willte, m J.. Capt .................................................G L R

SER
Madouf, Waidanae O., It. Col .........................................

Womham, William B., M~j .............................................

MER

F
Dsvis. 8belie L., Capt ................................................... IMR
Deapot, JamN A., Capt .................................................
PAC
Gii~i, Penolope, Capt ............................................. SWR
Gidde~, Charlee K., Maj ...............................................
SER
Holt, Roland B. Capt .....................................................
NER
Hough, Oayle V., Ca~ ..................................................
RMR
NER
Lindsey, Eugene E., Maj ...............................................

Lowrio II, Calvin E., Crept ...............................................
SER
M.,,,eoy, Jeroe~ K., Maj ................................................... SER
M¢Cluro, Dan'ol C., Mej ................................................... RMR
MoConnotl Jr., Franklin J., Mej .......................................
MER
RMR
Moore. ~ E., Lt, Col ...............................................
Moore, Rob E., Capt .......................................................
NCR
M
Myo~, William H., N~ ................................................... ER

Niolane Jr., Richard T., Ce4:d .........................................
NER
SER
Parker, Wailaoe F., Cept ...............................................
NER
Ouinn, Lee F., M~j .........................................................
GLR
Sohonfeldar, Karin N., M~ .............................................
SWR
Shea, Michael P., Capt .................................................
N
Skrametad, Allan J. Maj ............................................... CR
MER
Womhem, Marjorie L., Capt ...........................................

Kelley, Katherine, let It .................................................
PAC
Mealy, Cad M., ~ ....................................................... GLR
Pierce, D~rah A., 2nd It ............................................. PAC
Port~, Ruth D. 2nd Lt ............................................... GLR

Raby, Joe D., let Lt .......................................................
MER
SER
Smith, Michael J., let It .................................................
GLR
Waidock, Henry C., Maj .................................................
RMR
Waaingar, Sharon K., ls1 Lt ...........................................

Grover Loenino Aerospace Award
81dchelder, Erneet L., Gipt ............................................. FIMR
Burry, EIIon, lsi L! .........................................................
SWR
Boekle, M,,,,men E., GIIpt ............................................... PAC
SWR
Buffer, Mstilyn, Capt .......................................................

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Carroll Jr., Fred H., let Lt ...............................................!
SER Comuino, John J., ~ ...............................................!
GLR Goodwyne, Glen A., Capt .............................................!
SWR Katuza, Wend,/A., 2nd Lt .............................................!
RMR

Briaadier General Charles E. "Chuck" Yeager Aerospace Education Achievement Award__

w
05157
it. Col. Dennis M. Donehue ........................................
15071
Lt. Col. Julius W. Appei, Jr .........................................
15057
It. Col. Curtis W. Duvd ..............................................
It. Cot. Ann B. CI~ .................................................. 44001
34233
It. Co(. Joanne M. Podojll ..........................................
34044
It. Col. Chertotte L. khnRz ........................................
34044
it. CoL RiohRd O. Sohnh ..........................................
20197
Maj. Bert,. M. Dezomb ..............................................
02001
Maj. Timothy 8. Ger:kwtth ..........................................
9
Maj. Pad~ M. H,,Zr .................................................. 2001
Maj. K]d~ O. Me(xmog ................................................ 32137
32111
M~. I Jude W. MoClure ..............................................

Maj. Ncxma C. "r~ .......................................... K~ol

06100
Maj. Steve W. Budd-Jad~ ..........................................
MaJ. Owld N. Simmons .............................................. 06144
Mq. I.mmme K. Paem=n ........................................ 06031
15071
Maj. Larry V. Collins ....................................................
Mq. Jane P. Paint ......................................................
44001
M~. Rielha~l A. Prd=et ................................................ 44043
43001
Maj. Llnda L. 8nyder ..................................................

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M.i. ~ L. Thomm .................................................. 4 O ~
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Mq. Wadtw H. I~ .............................................. 3001
alool
M~. Abrw~mm ~ ................................................

M=J. L=,~ k Mmm ....................................................o=o7o
C~. Rcxudd I(. Ferd ................................................111003
g3001
Ede D. Vandedlndun ........................................
21104
Dab E. I-k~um .................................................
Cq=t. GoNon W. AIIbon ............................................
0~015
CqDL Dawld S. l.lmy .................................................... 0~015

c, qN. o.,m J. Rqm .............................................. 0=o00

0g013
Cq~. Nk=k C. Pybe ....................................................
C~. Bdan N. Reedy ..................................................
0~013
Cq~. Jeenne R. ~ ................................................ 02013
C~ Rwmell T. Burney, Jr. .......................................
32099
r.,q~. Dm4d J. By~l ...................................................
Cq=L Dl~kl A. H~ ................................................ 3~137
Cq~. ~ B. Ma~n ..............................................32137
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C~. Viola E. Meomflold ............................................ 20e2
32137
r..~. Ka,tum R. 8~dto ................................................
3g066
Cq~. Albert R. Wellmwt ............................................
Cq~. Chadee L Greene ............................................
3=050
Cq~. Paul W. W~ler .............................................. 05001
Cq~, Roger I. Gwra~l ................................................
05156
Cq~ ~V. Fdw ................................................ 10003
18003
C~. John H. Junk, Ins ................................................
Capt. John A. FoM ...................................................... 43008

C~pt. Claz~no~ W. l-lendenlon .................................... 15125
15001
C~, Ben L. 8tuil ........................................................
Capt. Kelth E. 8tuerl ..................................................
15027
C~pt. Stq~n W. Handly .......................................... 15057
CapL IMIllom O. H~rel ..............................................
15057
C,q~. ~ A. Tlrm ..................................................
0~109
03103
Cq~. Kenrmth P. Turner ............................................
Ca~t. Kelly F. Oad~m ................................................
03103
03013
Capt. R. Kevln Bsrl~u~ ..............................................
Crept. David B. FlaN]g .................................................. 23115
32115
Cq0t. Elwo(xl T. Llngley ............................................
23111
Capt. John A. Sloop, III ..............................................
Capt. PhHlip E. Coohran .............................................. 36001
36084
Capt. WHli~m H. Wtntm ............................................
3e007
Capt. Homt 8. Zunker ................................................
34229
Cq~t. Howard E. Hiler ................................................
C~t. Jo M. Seymour ..................................................
34271
C~pt. Robert P. Seymour ............................................ 31271

C~ot. Roger B. Moown~n .......................................... 4300~

CepL Max T. Kieffer .................................................... 43001
Cq)t. Gerl~ld M. ME .............................................. 43001
Cq~. Randall B. Woodward ........................................ 43001
Capt. John R. Bl~d~ .................................................... 43001
Cq~t. Vtdd Z. W~u'd .................................................... 43003
r,.,I~. Brian H. Berry .................................................... 32007
Cept. Arnold Steer ..................................................31167
Capt. EHoA. Eq)ino .................................................... 08319
C~. Wililern L Sh~ukey ............................................
08352
lad Lt, Gn~lory E, Golden ................................ ; ......... 23114
111 It, Tern/M, Raymond ..........................................
16076
Ist Lt. P, obe~ L. Dunn ................................................ 1(1070
l~tU. Jeny Stiller ......................................................
18003
l~t LL Bllly'R. Covington ............................................
02013
1st Lt. John B. Fdobd .................................................. 02013
ltt LL A. Peter Fdz ..................................................02013
1M Lt. MadMtte T. Gentn/ .......................................... 0g013
l~t LL Dewey M. HId~ ..............................................
02013
1st Lt. Robert D. Width ................................................ 0~013
1st LL 8baron L. Web~ ............ :. ................................ OL~q5
32029
l~t Lt. Wfllk,~ G. Bamm ............................................
l~t Lt. O~ L. W~w .................................................. 32031
1~ Lt. Gwendolyn A. D. Smith ....................................
l~t Lt. David R. ThomPeon ........................................ 32111
3~143
1~t U. Jewe F. H~n~ll. Jr. ..........................................
32129
1st Lt. Alan L. Minter ..................................................
let LL Ad~ W. Bddgm ................................................
32050
1st U. Chubs E. Reed .............................................. 6003
1
l~t LJ. Donald L. 8~hubel ............................................ 18003
1~ LL Chrle W. Rablneon ..........................................
43000
1~ Lt. Rd=~t W. Smith ..............................................
4,~00e
I~ I.t. Nm=y A. Omm .............................................. 15O73
Iol LL Unda E. H~ ....................................... 15125
lol U. Lyb E. Wlllb ...................................................1~001
lol U. Tmy E. ~ .............................................. 15067
lol LL lbdey F. C~rm ........................................... 44008
4
loI IJ. MId~ 8. Dd~ .......................................... 400e
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03111
1st It. Kenneth L. Wee'. ..............................................
03081
let it. Dumne A. '.:melt ..............................................
let It. Paul H. Richmond ..........................................03102
0
let Lt. Mary J. Richmond .......................................... 3102
let It. J~nel C. 81evens .......................................... 03107
let It. Peter Begone ..................................................
23115
3
let Lt. Riohard D. Mundy .......................................... 8007
let Lt. Vir0in]s G. WJson ..........................................38084
38007
let Lt. Sharon M. Oownee ..........................................
3
let It. Petriokm M. Grabenltettw ................................ 4233
34233
1st Lt. Dena F. Myem ................................................
let Lt. Christopher L. Smith ......................................34233
43001
let It. Miohael K. Griffilh| ..........................................
43001.
1st Lt. William J. Bwry ..............................................
let It. leonard H. Wojolk ..........................................43001
200e6
let Lt. Aired D. Cannin ..............................................
.
let Lt. LJirlll A. Palmer ............................................. 20065
02073
I-,1 It. Leo W. Shellerud ............................................
let It. John A. Lokken ..............................................02107
02107
let Lt. M. R. Mike Sue ................................................
08110
let It. John S. Younldn ..............................................
let LL ROhwI L. Roynoldl ........................................083e2
lit It. L. Andre Roy .................................... ; ............. 0a010
2nd LL Li~by E. MMz ................................................ 12(12
1
11282
2nd It. DeoPak Maneukhani ......................................
1
2nd LL John R. Fak .................................................. 1040
2nd Lt. WaJ~r J. Wammluk ........................................
112e2
2nd LL ~ A. Geno Jr. ....................................
2nd It. Poly O. Toherm ............................................ 0 2 0 ~
02038
2nd U. W~'ne L. Tohefl~r ..........................................
2nd Lt. An~ne G. 8aad ............................................
2nd It. Edmud F. Riok| ............................................ 02073
0~073
2nd It. AIBn Valloh ....................................................
0~O73
2nd LL Bohn E. Wlmamlkm' ......................................
2rid LL Terry L. Botts ................................................ 1173
4
4
2nd It. Bmrd M. Fenton ............................................ 1173
2nd Lt. DaWn M. 8tephenl ........................................
41012
3
2nd LL Anthony J. Adamo ........................................ 4043
2rid Lt. Timothy 8. Boyoe ..........................................
1(1013
2rid It. ~ P. 8eheo ............................................18019
l
2rid It. Chautel H. Otnon III ......................................e0"/6
2nd Lt. AI~ WillisJ~l ........................................ le076
2rid It. Thorna-, G. Legr,,- ........................................leOe3
1
2nd Lt. Anthony Blondo. Jr. ...................................... 8001
1(IO78
2nd Lt. Gerakl J. Froyder ..........................................
le076
2nd Lt. Kenneth (3. Du¢ote ........................................
2nd Lt. GmgoW P. Creed ..........................................
le0"/9
2rid It. M. DIwld Heds ................................................
35113
3
2rid It. Ruth H. Willis ................................................ 6113
2rid It. Erio F. Dzvis .................................................. 8103
3
2rid Lt. Timothy L. Mmmpust ......................................
35074
36074
2nd It. Bob D. Brooming ............................................
2rid It. Johnny L. Love ..............................................
35074
2nd Lt. Evelyn J. Thompeon ......................................
20190
2nd It. Johnny R. Will[ford ........................................ 4111
1
0
2nd It. Mark C. Daily ................................................ ~013
02013
2nd Lt. Peulo Fineted ................................................
2nd Lt. Richard R. Hyde ............................................
02013
2nd Lt. Connie J. Pylel ..............................................
0~013
2nd It. Kenneth E. Runo ............................................
02013
2nd Lt. Alan R. Wuelt ................................................
02013
3
2nd Lt. JemN A. Cenady .......................................... 2143
32082
2nd Lt. Deborah 8. Rogem ........................................
32019
2nd Lt. L. Alan Clay ..................................................
32019
2nd Lt. Mary J. Moray ................................................
32048
2nd Lt. Terry J. Woodflald ..........................................
43008
2nd Lt. Robert A. Eder. Sr .........................................
43008
2nd Lt. Brian K. Somnsen ..........................................
43008
2nd Lt. Jeremy J. Brown ............................................
43003
2nd Lt. Soott H. Pntemon ..........................................
2nd Lt. Roy H. Wanlm ............................................ 43003
43003
2nd It. Lawrence B. Taylor ........................................
1
2nd It. Robed B. Snow .............................................. 5073
2nd it. Lelter F. Sohwartz ........................................ 15057
2nd It. Stanley Wmhaw .......................................... 44009
2rid It. Eugene F. Clark, Jr .......................................18089
03083
2rid It. Jm;k M. CNne ................................................
23111
2rid Lt. Deniai M. Ahlvem ..........................................
2nd It. Dennit G. Menel .......................................... 23111
23110
2rid It. Kamn S~ Wright ..............................................
34271
2rid it. Steven D. Stein ..............................................
02107
2nd Lt. Robed= E. Handverger ..................................
02107
2nd Lt. Barry J. Poplal ................................................
Oatryl K. Strait ............................................................
11049
Mloh*el T. Bennett .................................................... 1049
1
11040
Donald S. Manak ......................................................
Chedel W. Bu(:kloy ..................................................11235
11270
Wiliam F. BirdButler ....................................................
GeraJ~ne H. ............................................................
11236
Rex A. Victor....: .........................................................
11276
Motion K. Dkw ............................................................
11276
Henry J. Bieltedeldt .................................................. 1270
1
Bany A. Duwa .......................................................... 127e
1
CedV. Welmund ...................................................... 11276
8(~lt P. 8tevenl ........................................................ 11270

R,ymoM C. Reeve .................................................... 0 OS
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Kahy J. Co,m~W* .................................................... 0m~2
02022
FredeHdz M. Johrmon ................................................
Den J. KvIBe .......................................................... 0;Z0~2
Dennis P. ~m .............................................. 0g0R2
.Imq~ C, Nz ........................................................... 0~0FJ

02073
Paul A. Ore=hack ........................................................
02073
Elmer J. Wilson ..........................................................
02073
Henk Wonink ..............................................................
Steven Savanau~ .................................................. 02075
02078
Jan'me L. Taytor ..........................................................
Roil~ert R. Belmont ...................................................... 29003
31249
Brian Blum ..................................................................
Robefl L. Rowd~ ......................................................16014
18013
R~bert W. Christie ......................................................
Robert E. Bin, III ......................................................1809e
16013
Lidia A. Wilson ............................................................
16015
John M. Bearden ........................................................
16019
John M. Beuden, Jr. ..................................................
le076
Wasd P=,,I Thedot .....................................................
18079
Jon J. Jaodoe ..............................................................
Cecil C. Bamee ......................................................1 (1079
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18076
Todd G. $oloneaux ....................................................
Jadl E. Froebs ....................................................
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Arthur B. BornMeirt ....................................................
I(1079
Bee DIllahw ................................................................
Jamm O. Rubed~ ........................................................ 38104
ViviIn F. Spencer ........................................................
35013
35103
Beth A. Whb ..............................................................
Ginny E. WdLulioh ......................................................
35117
35074
Mary E. Mint ......................................................
3
Scott L. Oulumg ....................................................... 5103
02013
Homer D. Ble=k ..........................................................
0~013
Paulola A. Black ..........................................................
0~013
Stenley R. Oull4ud ......................................................
CzefeyMd 8tefwt Z~ ........................................ 0~015
sl.dy M. Rmty ..........................................................o~o13
0
Howetd O. bdkmo .................................................... 2076
John C. Gomm, III .....................................................
0L=078
0207S
Edwen:l P. Low~ ........................................................
Nod~ L I.k~d .............................................,,,..,,.,,.~32143
32143
L. Non;,, ............................................................
32048
William C. Omm ..........................................................
32050
Timothy L. WNthem ..................................................
Joeeph C. Bridge= ...................................................... 32050
George 8. Glemmn ....................................................
05141
18003
Leo M. Meoler ............................................................
18003
David A. PetedP, ........................................................
Larry W. ~nlth ............................................................
18003
Rd0erl A. C=u'leeon ...................................................... 43008
Curtis MoDoug=d ........................................................ 43008
15073
R. Bridmmll ....................................................
15071
Thorn== C. Bell ..........................................................
William A. Rein ..........................................................
15057
Nelson L. Reynolds ....................................................
15057
15057
Keith M. Coven~le ....................................................
Joseph E. Bofkowsld ..................................................
18089
18089
Jay K. GujrMi ..............................................................
18089
Erie T. Thurman ..........................................................
Shirley A. William= ......................................................
18089
Robert L. Hogue ..........................................................
03042
03042
Thomu O. Pryor ........................................................
Rommia V. Retz ..........................................................
03067
03094
Walter H. Boatner, Jr ...................................................
Rita E. Cllne ................................................................
03102
03109
Jane M. Time ..............................................................
03083
Netl T. Waltem ............................................................
03097
Co~d J. Dsvidson ........................................................
Howard G. Stephem ..................................................
03001
23040
Denise M. Apprill ........................................................
23098
James L. Boyd ............................................................
Stephen P. Lyle ..........................................................
23098
23115
Kenneth A. Roudebush ..............................................
Fr~mk G. Zunker .......................................................... 36007
34271
Ellen F. Anderson ......................................................
34078
Diann F. Gehling ........................................................
Paul R. Sanber9 ..........................................................
34044
34044
Harold M. Scratch ......................................................
43001
John Arthur CIuff ........................................................
29065
Leonard Hahn ............................................................
02070
Diana L. Abel ..............................................................
Ernest R. Bourgeo;', ................................... ~ ................ 02107
02107
Franoi$ M. Dale ..........................................................
Jeffrey J. Skelley ........................................................
02107
Martha N. Skelley ........................................................
02107
08116
Robert J. Hinton ..........................................................

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U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. -- Reeky Mountain Region recently
completed its annual Region StaffCollege and Cadet Leadership School hers.
The school was attended by 24 seniors and 29 cadets representing 23 states
and Canada.
Awards were presented by Rocky Mountain Region Commander, Col. Virginia Smith, at a graduation banquet in the Air Force Academy's Officers Club.
Keynote speaker was former WWII Prisoner of War, Retired Air Force Col.
John Bennett, who was involved in the "Great Escape."!
Top Senior Award went to Alfred Eustes III, Colorado Wing and Christian
Wunsch, Wisconsin Wing, earned Top Cadet Award.
Other awards included Best Senior Speaker, Barbara Cardell; Best Cadet
Speaker, Darren Barreca; Best Cadet Writer, Kathy Magoon; Best Senior
Seminar, Seminar #1 headed by advisor, Maj. Johnnie Cain; Best Cadet
Seminar, Seminar #5 headed by 1st Lt. Jeff Wong; Best Position Paper,
Seminar #2 headed by Capt. Bill Hines.
The school was directed by Project Officer, Lt. Col. Sharlene Justus; Staff
College Director, Lt. Col. David McGinley and Cadet Leadership School
Director, Col. Darlene Gilmore.
Staff members included Seminar Resource Advisor, Lt. Col. Robert Boren;
Director of Administration, Maj. Milton Gonham; Curriculum Coordinator,
Capt. Michael Kassner; Director of Operations, Capt. Rick Fawcett; Director
of Logistics, Capt. Ron Macke; Cadet Commander, Ed Lawson; Cadet Executive Officer, Randy Lentz and Academy Liaison, Air Force Academy Cadet
Third Class Angela Reynolds. Seminar advisors were Lt. Col. Lea Reynolds,
Maj. Johnnie Cain, Msj. Dick Bonner, Capt. Steve Palmquist, Capt. Bill Hines,
Capt. Bill Moran and 1st Lt. JeffWong.

Airshow makes profit
SAGE
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GREEN Flight Suits
are now available
In the Civil Air
Patrol Bookstore
and the Civil Air Patrol
Supply Depot.
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BLUE
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SIZE
1200 .................................. 36S
1200A .............................. 36R
1200B ................................36L
120(O ................................ 38S
1200D .............................. 38R
1200E ................................38L
1200F ................................ 40S
1200(3 .............................. 40R
1200H .............................. 40L
1200I ................................ 42S
1200J ................................ 42R
1200K .............................. 42L
1200L ................................ 44S
1200M .............................. 44R
1200N .............................. 44L
12000 .............. . ............... 46S
1200P ................................46R
1200Q .............................. 46L
1200R ................................ 48R
1200S ................................48L
1200T ................................ 50R

STUDIO CITY, Calif. -- "It was one
of the best and most profitable airshows Los Angeles Group 1 and its
units have attended," said Maj. James
E. Briggs, Group 1 commander, after
t w o d a y s o f t h e Va n N u y s A i r p o r t
Aviation Expo '89.
Group 1 Headquarters, Jay Weinsoft Cadet Squadron and Burbank
Angel Cadet Squadron, had booths at
the event.
Los Angeles police official s estimate
that 210,000 people attended. Robert
Hayes, an airport spokesman, said
sales at concessionaire booths totaled
$94,000 with a percentage going to
many community organizations.
Civil Air Patrol recruiting material
and signs were located at each booth

and many visitors inquired about
membership Chaplain (Capt.) Gene
French, answered recruiting questions
and gave brochures to interested
customers at the Group 1 booth.
Group 1 officials say they can now
buy a computer which will assist in
the flow of information from California Wing, through Group 1, to the 13
squadrons within the group.
Sources also state that several Group
1 units can now buy equipment they
have needed for a long time.
Air Force, Navy and Marines all exhibited their latest aircraft and equipment. Fighters, bombers, transports
and refueling aircraft were on exhibit. The B-1B bomber was one of the
major attractions.

ORANGE
SIZE
CATALOG NUMBER
1201 ....................................36S
1201A ................................ 36R
3
1201B .................................. 6L
3
1201C .................................. 8S
1201D ................................ 38R
1201E ..................................38L
1201F ..................................40S
1201G ................................ 40R
1201H ................................ 40L
12011 ..................................42S
1201J ..................................42R
1201K ................................ 42L
1201L ..................................44S
1201M ................................44R
1201N ................................ 44L
12010 ................................ 46S
4
1201P .................................. 6R
1201Q ..............................46L
1201R .................................. 8R
4
4
1201S .................................. 8L
1201T ..................................50R

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HONORARY MEMBER -- Florida State Senator, Peter Welnatein,
beams with pride as he receives his Certificate of Membership In
Chill Air Patrol from Col. Samuel Spleker, Florida Wing. The presentatlon was made recently at the Third Anniversary celebration
dinner for Florida Wing's Coral Spdngs Cadet Squadron. (Civil Air
Patrol Photo courtesy Florida Wing)

Carolina Wing, recently
joined other Wing units in a
search for an Emergency
Locator Transmitter. After
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being guided to the vicinity of
Florida Wing cadets from the ELT by a Civil Air Patrol
North Tampa Cadet Squad- aircrew, Cabarrus Compos.
ron recently assisted local ite Squadron ground team
officials in a cleanup of Tampa members tracked the signal
Bay. Participants received to its source and deactivated
the transmitter. The ground
letters of appreciation from
S o u t h w e s t F l o r i d a Wa t e r team was composed of Maj.
Management District officials Everett Britton, 1st Lt. Bryan
recognizing their help. Accord- Campbell, Senior Member
ing to Cadet Matthew Staehle, Michael Roberts and Cadets
North Tampa Cadet Squad~ Donald Folk, A. J. Hall and
ron, volunteers cleared ap- Jeff White.
Cadet Edward Rivers, Lexproximately 30 tons of trash
from 200 miles of Tampa Bay ington Composite Squadron, South Carolina Wing,
shoreline.
Group III members, Ten- recently earned his solo wings
nessee Wing, according to using a scholarship awarded
Cadet Amanda Stubblefie]d, h i m b y S o u t h C a r o l i n a
S u m n e r C o u n t y C a d e t Wing. Cadet Rivers received
Squadron, manned a display instruction at Owens Airport,
and recruiting booth recently Columbia, S.C., and is worka t R i v e r g a t e M a l l , G o o - ing toward his private pilot's
dlettsville, Tenn. Civil Air license.
Cadets Michael Anderson
Patrol displays were part of
an Emergency Services Week and Steven Senf, Lexington
Composite Squadron,
activity which included displays from local emergency South Carolina Wing, recently joined the Air Force.
services groups.
Eight cadets and two senior Both entered the Air Force as
m e m b e r s f r o m S u m n e r Airmen First Class due to their
County Squadron, Tennes- achievements in Civil Air P~
see Wing, attended a recent trol.
Lexington Composite
weekend search and rescue
exercise at Bledsoe Creek State Squadron selected Cadet TerPark, Gallatin, Tenn. Classes esa Barber as the unit's Cadet
were conducted in communi- of the Quarter. Cadet Barber
cations, survival and usage of serves as cadet administraemergency locator transmit- tion officer and as a ground
ter equipment. 1st Lt. Nicho- team member.
las Altstadt served as mission
coordinator.

By Kitty Battistella
CAP-USAF public affairs

Cabarrus Composite
Squadron members, North

Connecticut Wing members from Stratford Eagles
Composite Squadron recently participated in the

annual Balsa Bugs Radio
controlled Aircraft Club competition at Sikorsky Memorial Airport, Conn. Cadets
and senior members provided
communications, flightline
control and logistical support.
Squadron members participated in the amateur division
competition with 1st Lt. Thomas Penny taking second
place. Connecticut Wing's
T-41 was on display and Stratford Eagles Composite
Squadron members manned
a recruiting booth during the
event.
Ten cadets and senior memb e r s f r o m B u ff a l o C a d e t
Squadron, New York Wing,
according to 1st Lt. David
Albanese, public affairs officer, Buffalo Cadet Squadron, assisted as tour guides
during a recent Buffalo Museum of Natural Sciences
"Return to the Ice Age" exhibit.
Buffalo Cadet Squadron
Cadet, Lisa Milazzo, earned
her private pilot's license recently, making her the squadron's first female member to
achieve this goal. Cadet Milazzo, a junior at Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University, is
majoring in aeronautical science.
A special awards ceremony
and ~pen house was conducted
recently by Lt. Col. R. S.
Vankeuren Cadet Squadron, Syracuse Group, New
York Wing. Cadet Richard

Shannon was presented a Cer- p o s i t e S q u a d r o n C o m tificate of Appreciation from mander, Maj. Gary Metz.
Cabot Corporation, BoyerNew York Wing Commander,
Col. Herman Botie, recogniz- town Division, recently doing his services as a member nated $150 to Gen. Carl A.
Spaatz Composite Squadof Syracuse Group's color
g u a r d d u r i n g N e w Yo r k ron, Pennsylvania Wing, for
Wing's 1989 conference. In the purchase of two batteries
addition to Civil Air Patrol and battery chargers. 1st Lt.
awards presented, Cadets RusselNagel, unit communiRichard Shannon, Jeffrey cations staff member, accepted
Thrall, Chinawut Paesang, the donation on behalf of the
Susan Genette, James Kores, squadron from Dr. Ronald R.
Benjamin Harvey, Steven Muzyka, Cabot Corporation
ChristiansenandBrentBlan- vice president.
East Bay Composite
chard received specialcertifiSquadron members, Rhode
cates from Royal Canadian
A i r C a d e t ' s 7 3 5 ' Ti r e b i r d " I s l a n d W i n g , r e c e n t l y a t Squadron for completing a tended an annual Manchester,
N.H., "War Bird" airshow.
1989 Search and Survival
School in Hamilton, Ontario, Aircraft from World War II
and Korean War eras were on
Canada.
Pennsylvania Wing's 1989 display. A highlight of the airCommunications Conference, show was adisplayoftwo rare
hosted by Coatsville Corn- B-24 Liberators. Squadron
posite Squadron, was con- m e m b e r s a s s i s t e d N e w
ducted recently at Lionville, Hampshire Wing personnel
Pa.Morethan5OPennsylva~ with crowd control and airnia Wing communications craft security. Participants inspecialists were in attendance, cluded Capt. Edward Duffy,
2rid Lts. Darrell Fields and
1st Lts. Brian Kennedy and
Anne Istonses and Cadet Craig Andrew Thompson, and CaHeuy represented Gen. Carl dets Dino Giargio, Patrick
Potter, Robert Haigis, TimoA. Spaatz Composite
thy King and Andrew ClemSquadron. Conference participants were addressed by' ent.
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Communications, Lt: . Col....,eraldine .~~~~
Albert Shirer, Jr.; Assistant'" View Naval
Director of Communications- Composite Squadron,
East, Harrisburg, Lt Col. John Group One, Illinois Wing,
Camber; and Coatsville Corn(Continued on Page 12)

COLOR GUARD VISITS GENERAL - Allen County Cadet Squadron, Fort Wayne, Ind., Color Guard
presenta the colors at a proaentatlon by Air Force MaJ. Gen. Larry N. Tibbetts to Big Brothers and Big
Sisters of Fort Wayne, Ind. General Tibbatts Is the commander Air Force Military Training Center,Lackland AFB, Texas, and a strong supporter of Civil Air Patrol. Allen County Cadet Squadron color
guard members taking time out to visit with the general are, from left, Cadets Sean Officer, Margaret
Bertels, Shane Pulver, Treva Roberts and Joanna Shlvely. (Civil Air Patrol Photo courtesy MaJ. Sam
Conte, Indiana Wing)

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HISTORY COMES TO LIFE -- MaJs. Ron Hefner, left, and Pat Corbltt, Offutt Composite Squadron,
Nebraska Wing, accomplish a pre-mlsslon Inspection ramlnlscent of many missions flown by Civil Air
Patrol members during World War II. Major Hefner flew his 1946 Luscombe 8A-65 as a "Civil Air Patrol
Warblrd" during the recent Oftutt AFB, Neb., Open House. The Luscombe sported Civil Air Patrol
colors found on many of Civil Air Patrol's aircraft of that period. (Civil Air Patrol Photo by Capt. Larry
Andrews)
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has been selected as local
coordinator for the Young
Astronaut Council. The coun.cil is a non-profit organization established by the president to promote aerospace
education. Captain Haracz will
serve as liaison between the
Young Astronaut Council in
Washington, D.C., and local
Illinois chapters.
The National Association of
State Aviation Officials
awarded its "Most Innovative
State Program Award" to the
Illinois Division of Aeronautics during a recent annual
meeting. Three of the four
recognized ambassadors for
Illinois were Civil Air Patrol
members including: Illinois
Wing Director of Safety, Lt.
Col. William Strawbridge,
1989 Illinois Aviation Ambassador; Capt. Charles Brown,
Decatur, Ill.; and John Eakle,
DeKalbe, Ill.

During a recent Kansas
Wing conference in Wichita,
Kan., North Central Region
Commander, Col. Richard Anderson, presented the Wing
Senior Member of the Year
Award to CapL Richard Friedman, Wichita First Composite Squadron.
Lt. Col. Beverly Hoskins,
Wichita Rescue Flight, Ka~
sos Wing, was recently named
Wichita Aviation Teacher of
t h e Ye a r d u r i n g t h e 1 0 t h
Annual Wright Brothers
Dinner conducted by Wichita
Aeronautical Historical Asso-

ciation. Colonel Hoskins received a certificate and check
for $100 in recognition of her
aerospace education efforts.
Colonel Hoskins is Wichita
Rescue Flight's aerospace
education officer and a science teacher at Curtis Middle
School, Wichita. During the
dinner the colors were presented by Wichita Rescue
Flight's color guard composed
of Cadets Bey Bruce, Chris
Evans, Dawn Fountain, Stacy
Johnson and Robbie Moore.
Twenty-one Minnesota
Wing check pilots attended a
recent check pilot seminar at
St. Paul Airport, St. Paul,
Minn. According to Maj.
Emanuel Block, Minnesota
Wing headquarters, this seminar included presentations
about evaluation, judgment,
FederalAviation Administration's Practical Test Standards,
regulations and mission flying.
Each participant completed an
extensive homework assignment, presented a topic to the
group and completed a Form
5 standardization flight.
North Hennspin Compo~
ite Squadron member, Maj.
A1 Antoniac, Minnesota
Wing, assisted local police
officials recently in rescuing
an individual from under an
automobile in front of his
apartment complex. Major
Antoniac identified the individual, who had been pinned
under the automobile when
safety jacks slipped, as the
c o m p l e x m a n a g e r. W h i l e
waiting for rescue units to
arrive, Major Antoniac and
another individual helped

police officials move him to
safety.
According to Public Affairs
Officer, 2nd Lt. John Riel,
North Hennepin Composite Squadron, air, ground
and communication teams
from North Hennepin Composite Squadron joined members from Viking Cadet and
Valley Composite Squadrons in a recent search for an
Emergency Locater Transmitter in the Flying Cloud Airport area. A ramp check turned
up no signal at the airport.
Ground team members then
checked the ramps at Crystal
Airport, with negative results.
Aircraft and crew were
launched and obtained a signal which was tracked to the
Line Lakes area. Viking Ca.
det and Valley Composite
Squadron members met at
North Hennepin and a trisquadron ground team, assisted by the aircrew, located
a floatplane at a Surfside
fioatplane base located in the
area. After gaining access to
the floatplane, the ELT, triggered during a hard lake landing, was deactivated.
North Hennepin Squad.
ron member, 2nd Lt. John
Riel, picked up an Emergency
Locater Transmitter signal recently while enroute to squadron headquarters. Lieutenant
Riel alerted Maj. Bruce Sexton, Minnesota Wing emergency services officer. Major
Sexton contacted Air Force
Rescue Coordination Center
officials at Scott AFB, Ill., who
confirmed a signal in the area.
Cadets were assembled for

ground team duty and began
a search which tracked the
signal to the northeast corner
of Crystal Airport. After contacting the aircraft owner, the
ELT was deactivated.
According to Cadet Mauteen McConnell, North Star
Cadet Squadron public affairs officer, unit members
recently spent a weekend at a
local mall recruiting prospective cadets. Pictures from
encampments and an International Air Cadet Exchange
trip to Israel were on display
as part of Central Minnesota's
Volunteer Service Exhibition.
Eight North Star Cadet
Squadron cadets attended a
"Class-B" Encampment recently at Camp Riley, north of
Little Falls, Minn. Several
cadets received orientation
flights from senior members.
Of the eight cadets attending,
three were in the Honor Flight:
Cadets Sean McGee, Chris
Quinn and Ryan Vos. Encampment director was 2nd Lt. Paul
Bartz, St. Paul Composite
Squadron.
St. Paul Composite
Squadron, St. Paul, Minn.,
won a recent North Central
Region Search and Rescue
Competition. Ground team
members were 1st Lt. Paul

Bartz and Cadets Bill Black,
Mike Bleakmore, John Smith
and David Whaley. The team
will represent North Central
Region at the 1990 national
competition.
St. Paul Composite
Squadron members were
alerted recently for a search
and rescue exercise, according to Cadet Paul Markegard,
the unit's public affairs officer. Assisted by an aircrew
from St. Croix Composite
Squadron, Minnesota
Wing, the Emergency Locater Transmitter was located
in a garage in downtown
Anoka, Minn.
Cadet Allison Mitchell, Va/ley Composite Squadron,
Minnesota Wing, was recently selected as Minnesota
Wing's "Class-B" Encampment Honor Cadet.
Nebraska Wing's annual
fall Corporate Learning Course
and Squadron Leadership
School was conducted recently
at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Eight
members were graduated from
the CLC and SLS had 10 graduates. Lt. Col. Steve Kuddas
was senior programs director
with Maj. William Lowery and
Capt. Richard Vitters serving
(Continued on Page 13)

TEAMWORK -- Cadet and senior members take pert In exercises
that emphasize benefits of teamwork as part of the program of
Instruction at Rocky Mountain Region Staff College. The sevenday course Included classes on such topics as Time Management,
Human Motivetion, Leadership and many others Including field
training In teamwork. Attending Rocky Mountain Region Staff
College were senior members and cadets from across the country.
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as co-directors for the SLS
and Maj. Lorraine Davison
for the CLC. Major Davison
also served as administration
officer and instructed several
senior programs and aerospace
education classes.

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Upon completion of a recent weekend leadership training exercise at Malstrom AFB,
Mont., Lt. Col. Ruth Edwards,
Montana Wing commander,
presented certificates and
awards to more than 60 Montana Wing cadets and senior
members.

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Thirteen Goodyear Composite Squadron cadets,
Arizona Wing, according to
2nd Lt. Nena Wiley, public
affairs officer, assisted in the
N a t i o n a l " Ta k e P r i d e i n
America Program" by leveling, widening and paving a
new trail at the local Lake
Pleasant Regional Park. The
program is designed to make
state and national parks accessible to handicapped tourists.
Goodyear Composite
Squadron recently conducted
its first Fly-In and Drive-In

AEROSPACE EDUCATION CIVIL AIR PATROL STYLE -- From left, Col. A. G. Melson, Arkansas wing
commander; 1st Lts. Gary Countz, deputy commander for seniors, Lewis Peeler, deputy commander
cadets, Job n Watklns, personnel officer, Village Creek Composite Squadron; and Arkansas Wing Vice
Commander, Lt. Col. Tom Herndon, gather at Wynne, Ark., for an aerospace education presentation
at the Junior high school. Colonel Melson and Colonel Hemdon were guest speakers during the
morning assembly program. Colonel Melson spoke about history and organization of Civil Air Patrol.
T h e C o l o n e r s t r i p t o Wy n n e w a s a r r a n g e d b y L i e u t e n a n t C o u n t z . ( C i v i l A i r P a t r o l P h o t o c o u r t e s y
Arkansas Wing)

Pancake Breakfast, raising
$175 for squadron activities.
Capitalizing on in-coming
traffic to Goodyear Airport
Terminal, tables and chairs
were set up in front of the
airport. Special guests included Col. Gilbert Day, Arizona Wing commander.
Arizona Wing's Scolts-

dale Senior Squadron
members Linda Allhusen,
Howard Barikmo, Bob
Breakiron, Bill Doherty, William Gott, Milly Kelly, Paul
Kelly, Carol Kerbs, Frances
Pershing and Sharon Weber
served as "victims" during a
recent Scottsdale Airport
emergency services drill. The

FEMALE SENIOR MEMBER OF THE YEAR -- Capt. Carolyn Broyles, receives the
Texas Wing Female Senior Member of the Year Award from Col. Thomas L. Todd,
former Texas Wing commander. Captain Broyles serves on Civil Air Patrol's Texas
Wing staff as director of Cadet Programs. (Civil Air Patrol Photo by Capt. David
Carlson)

scenario was a Skybus aircrat~ crash in front of the tower
with 11 passengers and pilot.
The exercise involved fire
department officials and equipment, ambulance personnel
and paramedics.
Louisiana Wing members
participated in a recent practice search and rescue,exer-

cise conducted at Jennings
Airport, La. Mission Coordinator, Lt. Col. Samuel Chase,
was assisted by 1st Lt, Carlton
Dufrechoue serving as mission coordinator trainee. 2nd
Lt. Greg Nothacker was air
operations officer while 2nd
Lts. Kenneth Ducote and Tom
Legros served as ground operations officers. Flightline
officer was 2nd LL Greg Creed
and 1st Lts. Bob Dunn and
Terry Raymond were communications officers. Also attending the training exercise was
Lt. Col. Carole Whitesell.
During debriefing, Lou/s/ana
Wing Commander, Col. Wallace Ansardi, presented
awards to wing staffmembers
recognizing their dedication
and support of Civil Air Patrol during the year. Receiving awards were: Col. George
Sartis, Lt. Cols. Mary Berkowi t z a n d Ty l e r D i a z , M a j s .
Marcellus Diaz, Gall Guerra
and CliffRobinson, Capts. Ann
Ferguson and Steve Knapper
and 1st Lt. Bert Briere.
Members from various Louisiana Wing squadrons recently participated in an
annual search and rescue and
disaster relief evaluation
exercise conducted by the Air
Force ~t Jennings, La. Co].
Wallace Ansardi, Louisiana
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MALE SENIOR MEMBER OF THE YEAR-- Capt. Dennis Snedeger, right, receives the
Texas Wing Male Senior Member of the Year Award from Col. Thomas L. Todd,
former Texas Wing commander. Captain Snedeger serves on Civil Air Patrol's Texas
Wing staff as Wing logistics officer. (Civil Air Patrol Photo by Capt. David Carlson)

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handlers from Cortez, Colo.,
W/rig commander, directed the to Santa Fe. Albuquerque
exercise, assisted by mission Senior Squadron 2 memcoordinator, 1st Lt. Carolton bers transported the dogs and
Dufrechou, and staff. Twentyhandlers from Santa Fe back
one Civil Air Patrol aircraft, to Cortez. St. John Search
27 vehicles and 156 personnel and Rescue ground team
were involved in the training. members began the search at
The wing received an outstand- 7 p.m., and were joined at 11
p.m., by other Civil Air Patrol
ing rating.
Officials at Scott AFB, Ill., and New Mexico search and
recently notified Louisiana rescue teams. Civil Air Patrol
Wing Mission Coordinator, Lt.
mission coordinators were
C a p t . J i m S c h w i n e r, L o s
Col. Jay Malbrough, of an
Emergency Locater Transmit- Alamos Composite Squadter signal located in Houma, ron and Maj. Jim Hawthorne,
L a . B i l l y M i t c h e l l S e n i o r Santa Fe Composite SquadSquadron members disron. Los A lamos Composite
patched an aircrew and ground Squadron's public affairs ofteam to the area. Capitol City ricer assisted news media in
and North Shore Compos. covering the two-day search.
ite Squadrons also supported
After spending two nights in
the mission. Shortly after the sub-freezing temperatures, the
transmitter was located, Billy boys walked out safely amid
Mitchell Senior Squadron cheers from more than 80
ground team members silenced people involved in the search.
the ELT. While enroute back
Tillman County Compo~
to New Orleans, La., another ite Squadron Commander,
signal was picked up in the
Lt. Col. Doyle Balentine, Ok/~
area. With assistance from home Wing, was alerted reN o r t h S h o r o C o m p o s i t e cently by Oklahoma Wing
S q u a d r o n c a d e t s , B i l l y Mission Coordinator, Lt. Col.
Mitchell 8shim" Squadron's
Wayne McGinnis, of an Emerground team located and si- gency Locator Transmitter
signal in Southwest Oklalenced the transmitter which
was found in a life raft used homa. Colonel Balentine and
for overseas flights. '
1st Lt. Jerry Hostick began
]~x)ur _New Mexico Wing t h e s e a r c h i n a c o r p o r a t e
squadrons combined .resources Cessna 172. The ELT was
recently in a search for two
located at Tipton Airport,
15-year-old boys lost in the aboard a Cherokee 140. In
mountains northeast of Santa conjunction with Tipton PoFe, N.M. Santa Fe and Los lice Officer, Allen Powell,
Alamos Composite Squad- Balentine and Hostick conrons provided three corporate
tacted the owner and deactiaircraft for "High Bird" assis- vated the transmitter.
tance, relaying messages for
the search teams. Farmingi il il iii !!iiiiiiiil iilliii::,::!iiilll iili !iiiii!ii:i:i:i:i:ii:i:i:i:i:i:2:!:i:i:i:i:!
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provided a corporate aircraft
Members from Group 9,
to transport a dog team and California Wing, were hon-

CONGRESSIONAL MEMBER-. Congressman Denny Smith, (ROregon), Is now a member of the Congrmmlonal Squadron Civil Air
Patrol. He was made an honorary member recently at the 1989
Oregon Wing Conference. Congressman Smith was the highlighted guesS speaker during the conference, and expressed his
long standing edmlrsslon for the mission of CIVIl Air Patrol and the
8elf-sacrificing dedication of Its members. The congressman, cochairman of the Congressional Aviation Forum, welcomed his
Induction Into CivIl Air Patrol and pledged his support of Its humenitsrlan role. (CivIl Air Patrol Photo courtesy Oregon Wing)

ored during a recent Califor.
nia Wing Conference. Cadet
Jarad Wire,Antelope Valley
Cadet Squadron, won the
cadet speech contest for cadets age 16 and older. Col. Lee
White, California Wing commander, presented Maj. Woody
Grinnan,Bishop Composite
Squadron, Safety Officer of
t h e Ye a r A w a r d . B i s h o p
Composite Squadron also
received Newsletter of the Year
Award. Capt. Debbie Pinnel,
F.G. Powers Senior Squadron, was selected as Ground
Team Leader of the Year and
Maj. Joseph Bradley, Lind.
bergh Senior Squadron, received Best Squadron of the
Year Award.
Cadet Matt Dunlop, Milwaukie Cadet Squadron, recently received a three-year
ROTC scholarship and a $750
Civil Air Patrol scholarship
award. Cadet Dunlop will use
his scholarship to attend
Gonzaga University College,
Spokane, Wash., where he will COAST GUARD AWARDS -- U.S. Coast Guard Vice Admiral, C. E.
Robblna, right, congratulates Alaska Wing Commander, Col. Troy
major in mechanical engineer- Sullivan, after presenting the colonel with 57 awards for members
ing.
of the Alaska Wing who ssalssed In the clean up of the Alaska oll
Fresno Composite Squad~ spill. Admiral Robblns was federal on-scene coordinator during
ron's Capt. T. H. Sabatino, the clean up and authorized the awards for Civil Air Patrol conCalifornia Wing, was one of
trlbutore. The awards, all Special Operations Service Ribbons, are
more than 100 aerospace to be awarded Individually during unit msetlngs and commanders
calla. Three of the awards are for pilots of the California Wing who
educators attending the recent 21st Annual Aerospace also assisSed. (U.S. Air Force Photo, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska)
Educator's Conference conducted at McClellan AFB,
Calif. The schedule of events
included a series of tours of
base facilities. Conference Distinguished Service Medal
attendees also gathered in- Col. Peter C. Crasher, Indiana Wing, Oct. 26, 1989.
formation and materials to Col. Lance J. Edwards, Montana Wing, Oct. 25, 1989.
take back to their students.
Exceptional Service Award
Cadet Daniel R. Abshere,
Fresno Composite Squad. Lt. Col. Kathryn J. Chisholm, Iowa Wing, Oct. 30, 1989.
ron, California Wing, has Lt. Col. Karol S. Hervey, Connecticut Wing, Nov. 9, 1989.
been selected for honorary recUnit Citation Award
ognition by 'WVho's Who Among Kinston Composite Squadron, North Carolina Wing, Nov. 17,
American High School Stu1989.
dents." Cadet Abshere reRhode Island Wing, third award, Nov. 17, 1989.
ceived the award in recogniShelby Composite Squadron, North Carolina Wing, Nov. 17,
tion of his achievements in 1989.
academics, athletics, and serv- West Broward Composite Squadron, Florida Wing, Nov. 17,
ices in extracurricular activi- 1989.
ties. "Who's Who Among
American High School Students" has been published
since 1967 and "honors tomorrow's leaders today."
MAXWELL AFB, Ala. -- Civil Air Patrol News publishes the
Three of seven winners of
Federal Aviation Admini stra- names, wings and dates of death concerning Civil Air Patrol
members who've recently died. Death notices should be sent to
tion's Northwest Mountain
Region 1989 Championship the personnel section at national headquarters in accordance
Award for Excellence in Avia- with Civil Air Patrol Regulation 35-2; or to National Headtion Education went to mem- quarters Civil Air Patrol/HC Maxwell AFB, AL 36112-5572
bers of Oregon Wing. Lt. Col. EARWOOD, Royce L., Alabama Wing, Nov. 5, 1989.
Lois Alsip and LL Col. Eber- COYNE, John M., Illinois Wing, Aug. 2, 1989.
WIGGINS, Ira W., Florida Wing, Nov. 23, 1989.
hard Boegelsack, both educaMcCOY, Luther B., Capt., Illinois Wing, Nov. 10, 1989.
tors, and Col. Grant D. Cochran, Oregon Wing com- THURNER, William E., Mississippi Wing, May 27, 1989.
m a n d e r, w e r e i n C i v i l A i r DOYLIDA, Victor, Capt., Illinois Wing, Nov. 16, 1989.
PRICE, Norma J., Ohio Wing, Sept. 9, 1989.
Patrol uniforms when they
accepted their awards during BAILEY, William A., Capt., Colorado Wing, Nov. 27, 1989.
a special presentation cere- WYSOCKI, James A., Maj., Louisiana Wing, Nov. 14, 1989.
HILGENDORF, Estelle, M., Wisconsin Wing, Sept. 7, 1989.
mony at the Oregon goverHOLM, Ernest T., Alaska Wing, Sept. 7, 1989.
nor's office recently. The
winners competed against a HATCHER, James D., Maj., North Carolina Wing, Oct. 30, 1989.
field of 22 entries submitted GREENE, Wesley S., Capt., Oregon Wing, Aug. 27, 1989.
from Colorado, Idaho, Mon- HUNTER, Florence C., Maryland Wing, May 14, 1989.
tana, Oregon, Utah, Wash- MORGAN, Daniel M., Capt., Colorado Wing, Oct. 16, 1989.
BREESKIN, Barnee, Col., Maryland Wing, Oct. 25, 1989.
ington and Wyoming.

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January 1990

EARHART AWARDS
Steve C. Mitcham ......................................
01059
Kenneth B. Be~gmann ................................ 02094
Joel W. Safranek ........................................ 02113
Lannie C. Byrd IV ........................................ 03099
Denis D. Carmichael .................................. 04184
Darin V. Mizner .......................................... 04224
Karen R. Reed ............................................ 04273
Kenneth D. Saranich .................................. 06022
Christine M. Linn ........................................ 06027
Christopher A. Hambleton .......................... 08078
Will T. Spears ............................................
08123
Robert L. Dykes .......................................... 08125
Christina A. Whitehead .............................. 09033
David B. Haars ............................................ 09045
Phil C. Dugger ............................................ 11274
Paul J. Murray ............................................ 11323
Stephen E. Melcher .................................... 12165
Shad L. England .......................................
14035
Christopher R. Evans .................................. 14111
Charles M. Warren ...................................... 14111
Farrell S. Barnes ........................................ 15124
Edward M. Roush ......................................
15124
David W. Thompson ..................................
19006
Rita G. Roberlson ...................................... 20009
Angeta E. Bussey ......................................
22097
Antonio W. Abel .......................................... 23084
Daryl J. Schweiger ...................................... 26058
Charles J. Seifeman Jr ............................... 29002
Michael J. Wendt ........................................ 29002

Christopher D. Grosjean ............................ 30012
Stevan M. Gumm ...................................... 31011
Bruce R. Hudson ......................................
31135
Matthew T. Lee .......................................... 31288
Nelson Delgado ........................................
31365
Vaughan K. Scott ......................................
31394
Michael B. Smith ........................................ 341 t5
Aron J. Wilms ............................................ 34117
Warner Y. Zee ............................................ 34139
Michael W. Smith ...................................... 37025
Timothy J. Cheslock .................................. 37066
Faith M. Peliatiar ........................................ 38034
Robert A. Miller .......................................... 41012
Eddy T. Phillips .......................................... 41167
Jeff H. Haury .............................................. 42354
Jason R. Patomson .................................. 2390
4
Henry C. Smith ]1 ...................................... 45089
Sandra J. Bradlee ...................................... 45102
Matthew T. Durham ..................................
48112
Chr*stopher D. Wampo]e .......................... 48161
Kevin G. Griffin ..........................................
50065
Kui L. Yeehoy ............................................
51080
Denny Lozano ............................................ 52123
Kenneth Lozano ........................................
52123
Luis A. Cruz ..............................................
52139
Hector M. Lucena ...................................... 52139
Carmen E. Marchany ................................
52139
Mirtaliz Torras ............................................ 5213g

MITCHELL AWARDS
Elron A. Yellin ............................................
37105
Ervin F. Frenzel ........................................ 2353
4
Richard A. Fredley ...................................... 37133
David W. Brown ........................................
42390
Amber R. King ............................................ 37133
Jeffrey R. Paarson ....................................
42390
John C. Fraziar ..........................................
37301
JimG. Black .............................................. 3024
4
Joe W. Sheva ............................................
37302
Cheryl A. Barker ........................................ 43049
Oino A. Giorgio ............................................ 38016
Stephen C. Browne .................................... 43049
Grsg A. Rezendas ...................................... 38034
Andy E. Mask ............................................ 45002
Jason P. Amdahl ........................................ 40050
Aimed L. Lancaster .................................... 45039
James H. F. Butler ...................................... 41160
Laslie Johnson ............................ .. ............ 45052
Apollo B. Yeh .............................................. 41170
Larry L. Bond ............................................
46003
Lance T. Wilson .......................................... 4117,4 Divina A. Agbisit ........................................ 46011
Chela K. Fancki ......... ..s~,, ~.r l|~nl; t,O Lhe "'Paul R. Komarek ........................................ 46021
Francis J. Go: {~;I ~.~ z'~..~:;~.~
Aaron M. Kiassar ......................................
46046
C inton E. Bohn "._..~..'~. .................................
42295
Kavin P. Quilliam ...................................... 6046
4
Scott E. Douglas ........................................ 42295
46048
Wade M. Tonkin ........................................

Laurie K. McLaren ...................................... 46082
Ruaben G. Kirk III ......................................
47056
Paula M. McNew ........................................ 47111
Josaph C. Piatkiawicz ................................ 48064
Andrew M. Sutton ......................................
48144
Anthony M. Dommer .................................. 48161
Thuy T. Dong .............................................. 48161
Steven H. Y. Kam ......................................
51030
Joseph K. Kuahuia ....................................
51051
Thomas K. Garcia ...................................... 51075
Erio K. Kim .................................................. 51080
Maria M. Flores .......................................... 52068
Jose G. Irizarry ..........................................
52068
Miguel A. Lugo ............................................ 52068
Jose Madinez ............................................
52129
Luis N. Caldaron ........................................ 52161
Ramon L. Mulero ........................................ 52161
Melissa I. Rico ............................................ 52161
Shawn D. Manning ....................................
02036
Jason S. Payne .......................................... 02036
Christopher M. Goodrich ............................ 02083
Dane A. Lynch ............................................ 02094
Benji M. Huggins ........................................ 03102
Lee A. McMillian ........................................
03102
Mike E. Fritsche .......................................... 04034
Alexander D. I. Arnold ................................ 04051
Daniel L. Chatham ...................................... 04123
Nina M. Kunimoto ......................................
04127
Shasta S. Roope ........................................ 04155
Callum McGowan ......................................
04184
Amy B. Johnson ........................................
04204
Travis L. Suttertiald .................................... 04273
William P. Axtell ........................................
05031
Joe A. Skorski ............................................ 05070
Robed W. Robinson ..................................
05162
Matthew Macaluso ...................................... 06022
Deborah L. Reuthar .................................... 08026
David E. Gallace ........................................ 08066
Dennis A. Bassaragh .................................. 080(30
Jefre L. Palmer ..........................................
08116
Rachel A. Proffer ........................................ 08315
Robert A. Caldwell ...................................... 08378
Jason S. Robbins ...................................... 08433
Doog A. Houghton ...................................... 08435
0g033
John E. Beasley ........................................
Frederick N. Bryant .................................... 09033
Christian L. Ray .......................................... 0g033
Cam Calon ................................................
09045
Keith M. Johnson ........................................ 09116
Holly L. St. George .................................... 09116

John S. Suttles ..........................................
09116
Shawn D. Denham ....................................
10106
Christopher E. Hurst ..................................
11004
Paul M. Sexton ..........................................
11137
Gregory T. Reed ........................................
11240
Christopher S. Bridges ..............................
11262
Michael L. Vogel ........................................
11303
Chad J. Broad ............................................
12123
Eric K. Petarson ........................................
13087
Matthew J. Persingar ................................
13088
Russell L. Skinner ....................................
14035
Dawn M. Fountain ....................................14111
Matthew W. Parrott ....................................
14112
Paul J. Kremer ..........................................
15073
Ronnie A. Lecza ........................................
16014
Stephen A. Philips ....................................16014
Bruce E, Phillips ........................................
16067
Michale G. Padar ......................................
18052
Matthew P. Fiavhan ..................................
19077
Michael A. Thomas .................................... 20007
James M. AIdridge ....................................
20038
Abram J. Younglove ..................................
20063
Eric V. Scott ..............................................
20065
Harry A. Janiski ........................................20241
Ken A. Gould ............................................ 0265
2
Seth A. Bunker ..........................................
21021
James D. Leggett Jr ................................. 3018
2
Mike L. Shapira ........................................ 3040
2
Tim J. Callico ............................................
23084
Emma C. Hammond .................................. 23120
Michael J. Vanderhorst .............................. 23122
Christopher L, Harmon .............................. 25033
Shahram S. Fard ...................................... 5060
2
Lisa N. Froe ..............................................
25060
Staoy D. Fairbanks .................................... 26010
Victoria M. Szuch ......................................
29003
Steven M. Vets ..........................................
29059
Matthew J. Polyak ....................................29088
John D. Walsh ..........................................29096
Mark R. Walsh ..........................................
29096
Tanaya M. Botharn ....................................
30012
3103g
Matthew P, Williams ..................................
Christian F. Rosado ..................................
31147
Patrick M. Barezuk ....................................
31173
Mark J. Callari .......................................... 1173
3
Elizabeth A, Tringali ..................................
31173
Cameron Dadgar ......................................
31228
Norman Wanzar ........................................
31292
Kavin C. Saatkamp ....................................
31311
Grag I. Abel .............................................. 1362
3

Elliot Melendez ..........................................
31365
Kevin M. Vaianohis .................................... 31390
James N. Hodges III ..................................
32035
Robin W. McCall ........................................ 32035
Donald C. Pate ..........................................
32081
Stacey N. Sweigard .................................... 32111
Aaron F. Yeazel ..........................................
34078
Chad A. Tipps ...: ........................................ 34114
David M. Nansell ........................................ 34153
Jonathon J. Bates ......................................
34185
Brian L. Upton ............................................
34185
Robin F, Valentine ...................................... 34227
Major T. Berry ............................................
35008
Michael L, Sharburne ................................ 6034
3
Salvadore R. Gomez .................................. 36084
Jai Piek ......................................................
37010
John L. Fenton ..........................................
37015
Robevl J. Fredley ........................................ 37133
Jeffrey W. Maund ...................................... 7160
3
Jeffrey S. Ramsey ...................................... 37192
Miriha Furedi ..............................................
37259
Stephen J, Yenchak .................................. 7259
3
Kurt A. Zorgo ..............................................
37259
Kendall C, MoGill ........................................ 37301
James E. Strickland ..................................38034
Terry T. Hutchins ........................................
41004
Edward M. Sowman II ................................ 41167
Brian T. Turpm ............................................ 4t170
Andrew B. Stone ........................................
42085
Paschal Alexander Jr ............................ 42098
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Robert D. Davis .......................................... 42215
Scott A. Kennedy ...................................... 4003
4
Gabriel G. Meadar ...................................... 44003
Kyle S. Tucker Jr .......................................
45025
Timothy S. Cox ..........................................
45089
Richard D. Rogers ...................................... 45108
Wendy R. Snodgrass ................................ 7013
4
Clinton D. Nagar ........................................
47030
Matthew K. Adkins .................................... 7056
4
Merna Hsu .................................................. 51009
Nicoia D. Amano ........... ". ............................ 51057
Gregory A. Melz ........................................ 1057
5
David K. Daniels ........................................
51088
Axel A. Zengolita ........................................
52061
Luis A. Montanaz ......................................
52064
Raul Rivera ................................................
52064
Edna Davila ................................................ 52123
Jose A. MaWs ............................................
52123
William Diaz .............................................. 2137
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Civil Air Patrol News
" January 1990

Scholarships now available for 1990-1991
MAXWELL AFB,. Ala. -- A
variety of scholarships will
again be available to Civil Air
Patrol members for the 199091 academic year. Civil Air
Patrol's Scholarship Fund
provides $750 to undergraduate, graduate and technicalvocational students.
To qualify, applicants must
have received either a Billy
Mitchell Award or senior rating in Level II of the Senior

Member Training Program.
All applicants will be considered in competition for the
available scholarships for
which they qualify. Scholarships are not automatically
renewed. A new application
must be submitted each year.
Organizations outside of
Civil Air Patrol also make
scholarships available to Civil
Air Patrol members. The Order
of Daedalians awards five

separate $2,100 flight scholarships to distinguished Civil
Air Patrol cadets. Cadets use
the scholarship to pay for
ground and aerial flight train.
ingtoward a Federal Aviation
Administration private license.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University provides five Civil
Air Patrol cadets a one-time
$1,000 award when they
choose to study at one of
Embry-Riddle's three cam-

puses.
There is also the CasadayElmore Ministerial Scholarship. This ministerial award
is available to a single cadet
with plans for a ministerial
career.
Civil Air Patrol members
who plan to pursue higher
education should contact their
unit for a Civil Air Patrol Form
95 and apply for the scholarship of choice. For assistance,

Civil Air Patrol Manual 5016, Chapter 15, includes information about the scholarship program. National Headquarters Civil Air Patrol training directorate is also available to answer questions and
provide assistance. Write to
National Headquarters Civil
Air PatroFITH, Maxwell AFB,
AL 36112-5572; or telephone
commercial (205) 293-5315 or
293-5332.

Te x a s W i n g h a i l s n e w c o m m a n d e r
DALLAS, Texas -- Col. Thomas L. Todd, Odessa, Texas,
passed command of Civil Air
Patrol's Texas Wing to LL Col.
G. Harold "Hal" Parker, of
Houston, during Texas Wing's
conference here recently.
Colonel Parker rejoined Civil
Air Patrol in 1980 and served
most recently as Texas Wing's
vice commander. His previous service has included positions as Group 13 commander
and Ellington Composite
Squadron commander.
Colonel Parker originally
joined Civil Air Patrol as a
cadet in 1950 while living in
Shrevepo~, La. He left Civil
Air Patrol, joining the Air
Force, to serve in Korea.
Graduating in 1957 from
Stephen F. Austin State College, Texas, Colonel Parker
began a career in aerospace,
working for Chance Vought
Aircraft and joining NASA in
1962 where one of his many
responsibilities included training Apollo 11 crew members,
Neil Armstrong and Buzz
Aldrin, to land the lunar module.

He is currently working at
Lockheed Engineering and Sciences Company with the Extravehicular Activity Systems
for the Space Station Freedom project.
The colonel is married to
the former Joyce Land. They
have three children; Barbara,
Hal Junior, Douglass and two
grandchildren; John Andrew
and Laura.
Colonel Parker's major goals
for Texas Wing are to maximize use of aircraft, vehicles
and other resources, within
the current budget, in order
to continue programs started
by former Texas Wing commanders. These programs
include i~nproving'pilot programs, enhancing Civil Air
Patrol's professional image and
strengthening Civil Air Patrol relationships with Texas
state agencies and governmental departments.
In addition Colonel Parker
is initiating a new safety program called, "Zero in '90," with
the goal of zero accidents CHANGE OF COMMAND- Lt. Col. '~lel" Parker, left, accepts command of Civil Air Potrors Texas Wing
from Southwest Region Commander, Col. Robert Bess, during recent ceremonies in Dallas. (Civil Air
through the entire year.
Patrol Photo by Capt. David Carlson, Texas Wing)

NEC unanimously endorses AELDC
MAXWELL AFB, Ala. -During the National Executive Committee meeting held
here in November, the NEC
unanimously endorsed Civil
Air Patrol's Aerospace Education Leadership Development Course which will be
conducted at Middle Tenness e e S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y,
Murfreesboro, Tenn., July 2

thru 21. In addition each Civil
Air Patrol region commander
accepted a challenge to recruit two attendees from their
regions and to encourage each
of their wing commanders to
recruit two attendees from
their respective wings.
AELDC is designed to prepare selected individuals to
perform leadership roles in

aerospace education at the
local, state, regional, or national level. The course emphasizes improvement of leadership skills as well as improving the participant's
knowledge of the contemporary aerospace world.
This course is open to Civil
Air Patrol members as well as
teachers, aerospace education

workshop directors, state aviation officials, state education
officials, aerospace industry
representatives, or any organization with a specialized interest in aviation or space.
If interested in registering
for this course or if you would
like more information; fill
out and return the form below.

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