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HISTORY OF
MISSOURI WING
CIVIL AIR PATROL
Auxiliary of the United States Air Force

1 January 2016 - 31 December 2016

HISTORY
of
MISSOURI WING
CIVIL AIR PATROL
AUXILIARY OF THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE

Prepared By
MAJOR LIN REDFIELD, CAP
MISSOURI Wing Historian

Reviewed By
Col.JOHN O'NEILL, CAP
MISSOURI Wing Commander

COMMANDERS APPROVAL LETTER
( ATTACH  HERE  AS  PDF  OR  MS  WORD  DOCUMENT)  

INTRODUCTION OF COMMAND STAFF
COLONEL JOHN O'NEILL - MISSOURI WING COMMANDER
Colonel John O’Neill previously served as Missouri Wing Director of Emergency
Services, Director of Cadet Programs, Squadron Commander, and various other
positions. Colonel O’Neill is currently responsible for all CAP operations in the state of
Missouri.
Colonel O’Neill first joined the Civil Air Patrol in 1977 as a cadet member of the
Newport County Composite Squadron of the Rhode Island Wing, followed in 1979 by a
transfer to Patrick Composite Squadron of Florida Wing.
He became a Senior Member in 1985 and transferred to Alabama Wing, where he served
as Deputy Commander for Cadets of the Maxwell AFB and Chilton County Composite
Squadrons.
After a 13 year break in CAP to devote himself to his Army career, Colonel rejoined
CAP in 2006.
Among Colonel O'Neill's CAP awards are two Meritorious Service Awards, three
Commander's Commendations, two unit Citations and the General Charles E. "Chuck"
Yeager Aerospace Education Achievement Award. Colonel O'Neill achieved Level V of
the Senior Member Professional Development program and was awarded the Gill Robb
Wilson Award, as well as earning the General Carl A. Spaatz Award as a cadet.
LIEUTENANT COLONEL STEPHEN AUBUCHON - MISSOURI WING VICE
COMMANDER
Lieutenant Colonel joined the St. Charles Composite Squadron in 2009 and in September
2010 became Commander of the squadron. He was appointed Commander of Group II in
2012 and was selected to be the Missouri Wing Vice Commander in March of 2015.
He enlisted in the Missouri Air National Guard in 1970 where he gained a position in the
571st Air Force Band. In 1979, he was selected to command and conduct the 571st band.
He has been awarded an Air Force Commendation Medal for his training of ANG
musicians to AF standards. Lt. Col. Aubuchon has also earned the Air Force Reserve
Meritorious Service medal, Air Force Longevity ribbon with 4 oak clusters and the Air
Forces Reserve ribbon.
Lt. Col. Aubuchon received his private pilot's certificate in September 1970 and went on
to earn an instrument rating and commercial license in 2010. He is qualified as a mission
pilot, cadet orientation pilot, with AFROTC pilot, and is qualified in the Cessna 182 and

G1000. His operations qualifications include SAR/DR Mission Pilot, Observer, Scanner,
Airborne Photographer, Counterdrug, Mission Radio Operator and Mission Staff
Assistant.
LIEUTENANT COLONEL RAUN HAMILTON - CHIEF OF STAFF
Lieutenant Colonel Raun Hamilton has served in CAP since 2005.
Since then, he has served in positions of Squadron Commander of MO-070 / Springfield
Composite Squadron and Missouri Wing Director of Training for pilots for 3 years.
He has also served as Missouri Wing Emergency Training Officer for 2 years and Group
V Deputy Commander for 2 years. Lt. Col. Hamilton has served as Missouri Wing
Director of Communications for 3 years, Missouri Wing Chief of Staff - Missions for 2
years, and currently holds the position of Group V Commander.
Lt Col Hamilton holds a Masters rating in Flight Operations, Master rating in
Communications and a Senior rating in Emergency Services.
He is an Incident Commander3, Mission Pilot, Scanner and Observer, and holds Senior
Pilot Wings.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE ..............................................................................................................1
COMMANDER’S APPROVAL LETTER ................................................................3
INTRODUCTION OF UNIT STAFF........................................................................ 4
TABLE OF CONTENTS............................................................................................6
NARRATIVE
CHAPTER I: DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS ...................................................................8
Search and Rescue ...................................................................................................8
Disaster Relief..........................................................................................................8
Homeland Security...................................................................................................8
Counterdrug .............................................................................................................8
CHAPTER II: DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION ...........................................8
Internal Aerospace Education ..................................................................................8
External Aerospace Education .................................................................................8
CHAPTER III: DIRECTOR OF CADET PROGRAMS .....................................................9
Cadet Programs ........................................................................................................9
Cadet Activities........................................................................................................9
Drug Demand Reduction .........................................................................................9
APPENDIX I: Chapters I-III - Data and Statistics ............................................................10
Operations ..............................................................................................................10
Aerospace Education .............................................................................................12
Cadet Programs ......................................................................................................13
APPENDIX II: Unit Staff - Data and Statistics .................................................................14
Unit Map (showing geographic subdivisions within a REGION/WING) .............14
Unit Organization Chart .........................................................................................15
Unit Command and Staff Listing ...........................................................................16
APPENDIX III: Director of Logistics – Data and Statistics..............................................23
Supply ....................................................................................................................23
Transportation ........................................................................................................23
Maintenance ...........................................................................................................23
APPENDIX IV: Director of Communications – Data and Statistics .................................24
Communications Operations..................................................................................25
Communications Facilities and Equipment ...........................................................25
APPENDIX V: Director of Professional Development - Data and Statistics ....................26
Professional Development .....................................................................................26

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APPENDIX VI: Staff Officers - Data and Statistics .........................................................27
Administration .......................................................................................................27
Personnel ................................................................................................................27
Recruiting and Retention .......................................................................................27
Plans and Programs ................................................................................................27
Public Affairs .........................................................................................................27
Information Technology ........................................................................................27
Finance - Financial Statement ................................................................................27
Chaplain .................................................................................................................28
Historian.................................................................................................................28
Health Services ......................................................................................................28
APPENDIX VII: Special Staff Officers – Data and Statistics ...........................................29
Inspector General ...................................................................................................29
Safety .....................................................................................................................29
Government Relations ...........................................................................................29
Legal ......................................................................................................................29

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INTRODUCTION OF UNIT STAFF & BRIEF UNIT NARRATIVE
The MISSOURI Wing
Wing Commander
Vice Commander
Chief of Staff

JOHN O'NEILL
Steve Aubuchon
Raun Hamilton

Col
Lt Col
Lt Col

SUMMARY NARRATIVE OF MAJOR ACTIVITIES
Chapter I

OPERATIONS

Search and Rescue
THE MISSOURI WING FLEW SEVERAL S&R FLIGHTS AS WELL AS FUNDED
PROFICIENCY FLIGHTS TO QUALIFY AIRCREW MEMBERS.
ELEVEN ACTUAL S&R MISSIONS WERE FLOWN DURING 2016. THESE EFFORTS
RESULTED IN EIGHT NON-DISTRESS FINDS AND ONE DISTRESS FIND WHICH
RESULTED IN ONE SAVE.
IN 2016, MOWG SPENT $7666.75 IN PILOT PROFICIENCY FUNDING RESULTING IN
148 PROFICIENCY SORTIES BEING FLOWN. THIS TRAINING RESULTED IN THE
SUCCESSFUL TRAINING OF 96 AIRCREW MEMBERS (26 MISSION PILOTS, 34
OBSERVERS, AND 36 MISSION SCANNERS).
Disaster Relief
NO DATA PROVIDED
Homeland Security
NO DATA PROVIDED
Counterdrug
NO DATA PROVIDED
Chapter II

AEROSPACE EDUCATION

Internal Aerospace Education
ALL 27 ACCREDITED HOME SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS WERE CONTACTED IN
JANUARY
External Aerospace Education
1. IN MAY, LT. PREVOST AND CAPT. EVERHART HOSTED THE MID-MISSOURI
HOME SCHOOL ASSOCIATION'S SCIENCE FAIR IN COLUMBIA, WITH 100 PARENT
TEACHERS
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2. IN JUNE, COL. O'NEILL AND CAPT. EVERHART HOSTED A VETERANS EVENT
WITH CADETS FLYING QUADCOPTERS IN MONROE, MO WITH 25 ATTENDING
3. IN AUGUST, LTC AUBUCHON AND CAPT. EVERHART HOSTED THE SCHOOL
OPENING FAIR FOR THE MID-MISSOURI CHRISTIAN HOME SCHOOL
ASSOCIATION'S SCIENCE FAIR WITH 300 ATTENDING.
4. DEMONSTRATED ALL STEM KITS AT THE SCIENCE TEACHERS OF MISSOURI
(STOM) ANNUAL CONFERENCE WITH 2,000 ATTENDING
5. HOSTED AEO CONFERENCE IN JOPLIN DURING OCTOBER WITH 20
PARTICIPANTS FROM 4 DIFFERENT REGIONS IN THE U.S.
AEM CONFERENCE IN JOPLIN DURING OCTOBER WITH 15 PARTICIPANTS FROM 3
DIFFERENT REGIONS IN THE U.S

Chapter III

CADET PROGRAMS

Cadet Programs
IN 2016, OVER 48,734 CADET PROMOTION TESTS WERE TAKEN. RESULTING IN 44
WRIGHT BROTHERS AWARDS, 17 BILLY MITCHELL AWARDS, 3 AMELIA EARHART
AWARDS, AND 1 GEN. IRA C. EAKER AWARD IN 18 CADET AND COMPOSITE
SQUADRONS. THE WING CADET COMPETITION WAS CANCELLED. 4 CADETS
COMPLETED AS ESSAY CONTEST AND ACCOMPANIED THE WING COMMANDER
TO THE LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS IN WASHINGTON DC IN FEBRUARY.
Cadet Activities
MISSOURI WING CONDUCTED A MILITARY WEEK LONG ENCAMPMENT 09 JUL
2016 TO 16 JUL 2016, WITH 88 STUDENTS, 16 ADVANCED TRAINING, 27 CADET
STAFF, AND 25 SENIOR STAFF; AT FT LEONARD WOOF, MO. ALL ATTENDEES
BRAVED THE LEADERSHIP REACTION COURSE AND THE OBSTACLE COURSE. THE
ADVANCED TRAINING FLIGHT ALSO BRAVED THE EXPEDITIONARY SKILLS
TRAINER AND WATER SURVIVAL.
Drug Demand Reduction
DDR WAS ACCOMPLISHED BY TWO UNITS AND AT THE ENCAMPMENT: MO-110:
DRUG FREE LEADERSHIP ON 08 FEB 2016, MO-160 PRAIRIE HILL COMMUNITY
HEALTH CENTER HEALTH FAIR ON 10 AUG 2016 AND ALCOHOL AWARENESS
MORGAN COUNTY R II SCHOOL ON 09 FEB 2016.

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APPENDIX I: Chapters I-III - Data and Statistics
OPERATIONS
Director of Operations
Aircraft Coordinator
Standardization/Evaluation Officer
CIS Officer
Homeland Security Officer
Director Counterdrug Operations
Counterdrug Administrative Officer
Director of Emergency Services
Disaster Relief Officer
ES Training Officer

Maj JOE ST. CLAIR
NONE
Capt KEN WHITE
NONE
2d Lt KELLY BLAIR
Lt Col RANDY FULLER
Lt Col RANDY FULLER
Maj TOM MARTIN
Capt ALAN ATLIS
NONE

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2016 – DEC 2016
OPERATIONS
Director of Operations
THE MISSOURI WING FLEW SEVERAL S&R FLIGHTS AS WELL AS FUNDED
PROFICIENCY FLIGHTS TO QUALIFY AIRCREW MEMBERS.
ELEVEN ACTUAL S&R MISSIONS WERE FLOWN DURING 2016. THESE EFFORTS
RESULTED IN EIGHT NON-DISTRESS FINDS AND ONE DISTRESS FIND WHICH
RESULTED IN ONE SAVE.
1. IN 2016, MOWG SPENT $7666.75 IN PILOT PROFICIENCY FUNDING
RESULTING IN 148 PROFICIENCY SORTIES BEING FLOWN. THIS
TRAINING RESULTED IN THE SUCCESSFUL TRAINING OF 96 AIRCREW
MEMBERS (26 MISSION PILOTS, 34 OBSERVERS, AND 36 MISSION
SCANNERS).
Aircraft Coordinator
1. NONE
Standardization/Evaluation Officer
1. N/A
CIS Officer
1. DATA NOT PROVIDED
Homeland Security Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Director Counterdrug Operations
1. NO MISSIONS IN 2016
Counterdrug Administrative Officer

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1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Director of Emergency Services
1. EMERGENCY SERVICES COVERS EMERGENCY SERVICES AND
EMERGENCY SERVICES TRAINING. EMERGENCY SERVICES IS
RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL EMERGENCY CALLS THAT ARE ISSUED OUT
WHETHER IT BE A REQUEST OF AFRCC OR REQUESTED THROUGH
STATE EMERGENCY SERVICES AGENCY (SEMA). ADDITIONAL
REQUESTS THAT COME FROM LOCAL, COUNTY, STATE AGENCIES,
EXAMPLE SHERIFF'S DEPT OR LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.
WHEN RECEIVED, THE NECESSARY TEAMS, WHETHER AIR OR GROUND
ARE ASSEMBLED TO RESPOND TO THE REQUESTED MISSION. MISSION
MAY LAST FOR A SHORT PERIOD OR LONGER PERIOD OF TIME, IE,
FLOODING MISSIONS. DURING THAT TIME, EMERGENCY SERVICES
COORDINATES THE PARTICIPATES FOR THE REQUESTED AGENCIES
AND ANY RECOVERED PHOTOS THAT ARE TAKEN OR INSPECTIONS
THAT ARE COMPLETED ARE PASSED BACK THROUGH THE PROPER
CHANNELS OF THE REQUESTING AGENCY. AS PART OF THE OVERALL
EMERGENCY SERVICES, TRAINING IS CONDUCTED AND SCHEDULED
FOR THREE DIFFERENT LEVELS, SQUADRON LEVEL, GROUP LEVEL AND
WING LEVEL. PRESENTLY THE MISSOURI WING IS USING THE
QUARTERLY APPROACH FOR TRAINING. THE 1ST MONTH OF THE
QUARTER IS SQUADRON LEVEL TRAINING, 2ND MONTH IS GROUP
LEVEL TRAINING AND THE 3RD MONTH IS WING LEVEL TRAINING. THIS
PROCESS HAS BEEN FOLLOWED THE LAST THREE YEARS. IN JULY OF
2016, A GRADED EXERCISE BY THE AIR FORCE WAS HELD AT FORT
LEONARD WOOD AND THE WING ACHIEVED A SUCCESSFUL RATING
WITH SEVERAL AREAS LISTED AS VERY SUCCESSFUL. DURING THE
LAST YEAR WE HAVE ALSO HAD A NUMBER OF MISSIONS REQUESTED
BY AFRCC THAT HAVE BEEN FLOWN SUCCESSFULLY. MISSOURI WING
ALSO RESPONED TO ASSIST NEIGHBORING STATES WITH EMERGENCY
MISIONS.
Disaster Relief Officer
1. NONE
ES Training Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED

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AEROSPACE EDUCATION
Director of Aerospace Education
Internal Aerospace Education
External Aerospace Education

Lt Col WILLIAM SANDER
Capt KATRINA EVERHART
Capt KATRINA EVERHART

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2016 – DEC 2016
Director of Aerospace Education
1.
Internal Aerospace Education
1. ALL 27 ACCREDITED HOME SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS WERE
CONTACTED IN JANUARY
External Aerospace Education
1. IN MAY, LT. PREVOST AND CAPT. EVERHART HOSTED THE MIDMISSOURI HOME SCHOOL ASSOCIATION'S SCIENCE FAIR IN
COLUMBIA, WITH 100 PARENT TEACHERS
2. IN JUNE, COL. O'NEILL AND CAPT. EVERHART HOSTED A
VETERANS EVENT WITH CADETS FLYING QUADCOPTERS IN
MONROE, MO WITH 25 ATTENDING
3. IN AUGUST, LTC AUBUCHON AND CAPT. EVERHART HOSTED
THE SCHOOL OPENING FAIR FOR THE MID-MISSOURI CHRISTIAN
HOME SCHOOL ASSOCIATION'S SCIENCE FAIR WITH 300
ATTENDING.
4. DEMONSTRATED ALL STEM KITS AT THE SCIENCE TEACHERS
OF MISSOURI (STOM) ANNUAL CONFERENCE WITH 2,000
ATTENDING
5. HOSTED AEO CONFERENCE IN JOPLIN DURING OCTOBER WITH
20 PARTICIPANTS FROM 4 DIFFERENT REGIONS IN THE U.S.
6. AEM CONFERENCE IN JOPLIN DURING OCTOBER WITH 15
PARTICIPANTS FROM 3 DIFFERENT REGIONS IN THE U.S

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CADET PROGRAMS
Director of Cadet Programs
Cadet Programs Development
Region/Wing Cadet Leadership School Coordinator
Cadet Honor Academy Coordinator
Cadet Advisory Council Chair
Director of Drug Demand Reduction

Col DAVE WINTERS
Capt ADAM DAUBACH
NONE
NONE
NONE
Maj BILL DIMARSICO

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2016 – DEC 2016
Director of Cadet Programs
1.
YEAR-YEAR REGION Cadet Advisory Council representatives:
1. C/CAPTAIN JOSIAH HORN WAS PRIMARY REPRESENTATIVE
2. C/MAJOR PATRICK LUCITT WAS SECONDARY REPRESENTATIVE
Cadet Conference
1. NONE HELD. CADETS ATTENDED ANNUAL WING CONFERENCE
Region Cadet Leadership School (RCLS)
1. 2016 RCLS WAS HELD IN MINNESOTA WING
Cadet Honor Academy (CHA)
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
REGION Cadet Competition or
Wing Cadet Competition
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Director of Drug Demand Reduction
1. NO DATA PROVIDED

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APPENDIX II: Unit Staff - Data and Statistics
Unit Map (showing geographic subdivisions within a WING)

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Unit Organization Chart
(ATTACH  UNIT  ORGANIZATION  CHART  HERE)  

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Unit Command and Staff Listing (ATTACH   COMMAND   AND   STAFF   DOCUMENT   HERe

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APPENDIX III: Director of Logistics – Data and Statistics
LOGISTICS
Director of Logistics
Supply Officer
Transportation Officer
Maintenance Officer

Col JOHN MAIS
Maj CHARLINE O'NEILL
Capt LARRY REYES
Lt Col DAN RANSON

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2016 – DEC 2016
Director of Logistics
1. COMMUNICATIONS, SUPPLY, TRANSPORTATION, AIRCRAFT AND STATE
INVENTORIES WERE COMPLETED SOONER THAN IT HAD BEEN DONE IN
THE LAST 10 YEARS. THE STATE INVENTORY IS DUE BY MARCH 15
AND WAS COMPLETED BY THE END OF JANUARY.
2. ALL OF THE STATE PROPERTY ITEMS WERE LOADED INTO ORMS, SO
BOTH THE CAP AND STATE INVENTORIES CAN BE COMPLETED AT ONE
TIME AND THEREFORE, THE UNITS SPEND LESS TIME DOING
INVENTORIES.
Supply Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Transportation Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Maintenance Officer
1. DURING THE YEAR, A NEW MAINENANCE COMMUNICATIONS
PROGRAM WAS LAUNCHED ALONG WITH A DYNAMIC THREE
YEAR MASTER MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE. ON A WEEKLY
BASIS AN AIRCRAFT STATUS REPORT WAS INITIATED TO
COMMUNICATE WITH VARIOUS WING PERSONNEL, ALL
AIRCRAFT MANAAGERS AND GROUP COMMANDERS. THE
COMMUNICATIONS REPORT CONSISTED OF SCHEDULED
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PLANS AND IN PROGRESS
MAINTENANCE STATUS LEVELS OF AIRCRAFT.
2. ALONG WITH THESE ACTIVITIES, NEW MAINTENANCE FBO
VENDORS WERE ESTABLISHED TO ENSURE THERE WAS AN
ACTIVE MAINTENANCE VENDOR AT EVERY LOCATION WHERE
A MISSOURI WING AIRCRAFT IS HOUSED. THIS EFFORT
RESULTED IN AN ESTIMATED 40 DAYS SAVINGS IN
TRANSPORTATION OF AIRCRAFT BETWEEN VARIOUS
LOCATIONS IN 2016. ALL PROGRAMS ARE ACTIVELY
CONTINUING INTO 2017.

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APPENDIX IV: Director of Communications – Data and Statistics
COMMUNICATIONS
Director of Communications
Communications Licensing Officer
ORMS Officer
HF Coordination Officer

Capt STEVE VOGT
Capt STEVE VOGT
Capt STEVE VOGT
Capt STEVE VOGT

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2016 – DEC 2016
Director of Communications
1. DIRECTED AND PLANNED THE COMMUNCATIONS AND
COMMUNICATIONS ASSETS FOR THE MISSOURI WING. DURING THE
LAST THREE YEARS, THE ST. LOUIS REPEATER HAS BEEN RELOCATED
TO INCREASE THE COVERAGE AREA AND ALLOW EASIER
MAINENANCE.
2. CONSTANT WATCH EXERCISES FOR NATIONAL TRAINING HAVE BEEN
CREATED AND IMPLEMENTED.
3. ANNUAL WING COMMUNICATIONS PLAN IS WRITTEN IN COMPLIANCE
WITH NHQ AND REGION DIRECTIVES.
4. PROVIDED GUIDANCE ON HOW MISSOURI COMMUNICATIONS REACTS
TO MISSION OPERATIONS.
5. WORKED WITH NEW MADRID SEISMIC ZONE PLANNING AS IT RELATES
TO COMMUNICATIONS OBJECIVES.
Communications Licensing Officer
1. CALL SIGNS ARE ISSUED AND TRACKED WHEN APPROPRIATE.
NEW REQUESTS ARE VETTED TO MAKE SURE THE REQUESTOR
HAS COMPLETED ICUT AND GES.
2. CALL SIGN SYSTEM WAS RENUMBERED TO COMPLY WITH AIR
FORCE REQUIREMENTS FOR 2 DIGIT CALL SIGNS.
3. SUBMITTED AND RECEIVED APPROVAL TO MOVE O THE NEW
BLUEBIRD CALL SIGNS IN COMPLIANCE WITH AIR FORCE
DIRECTIVES FOR OPSEC.
ORMS Officer
1. DIRECTED DISTRIBUTION OF ASSETS WITHIN THE MISSOURI
WING FOR OPTIMUM EFFECTIVENESS, ASSISTED BY LTC
RANDY FULLER, CAPT. KEITH BRADY and Col. John Mais,
TRACKED AND MANAGED tHE MOSWIN TRANSITION.
2.
HF Coordination Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED

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Communications Operations
1. PROVIDED GUIDANCE ON THE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR
MAXIMUM EFFECTIVENESS AND PLANNED FOR FUURE
OPERATIONS.
2. CURRENTLY DEVELOPING A "WING HF/COMMANDER'S
ALERTING PLAN" TO BE UTILIZED IN THE EVENT OF A
CATASTROPHIC PUBLIC TELEPHONE FAILURE.
3. ENCOURAGED LOCAL VHF NET OPERATIONS AND TRAINING
WITH HF RADIOS FOR LOCAL UNITS.
4. ENCOURAGED TRAINING IN BASIC RADIO OPERATIONS.
5. MAJOR GARY LEWIS IS THE ASSISTANT COMMUNICATIONS
OFFICER FOR THE MISSOURI WING.
6.
Communications Facilities and Equipment
1. VERIFIED THAT EQUIPMENT WAS INVENTORIED CORRECTLY
FOR ACCOUNTABILITY.
2. SUBMITTED NON-OPERATIONAL EQUIPMENT FOR NHC FOR
REPAIRS.
3. OBTAINED NEW ASSETS FOR MISSOURI WING TO ALLEVIATE
OUT OF POCKET EXPENSES FOR MEMBERS.
4. PREPARED PROPAGATION STUDIES TO DETERMINE NEW
PLACEMENT FOR VHF REPEATER.

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APPENDIX V: Director of Professional Development - Data and Statistics
Professional Development
Director of Professional Development

Lt Col DAVE ELLIS

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2016 – DEC 2016
Director of Professional Development
1. WAS APPOINTED MOWG DIRECTOR OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 9
OCTOBER 2016.

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APPENDIX VI: Staff Officers - Data and Statistics
Director of Administration
Director of Personnel
Director of Recruiting and Retention
Director of Plans and Programs
Director of Public Affairs
Director of Information Technology
Finance - Financial Statement
Chaplain
Historian
Health Services

Lt Col LISA TUGGLE
Lt Col MARY FULLER
Lt Col SANDRA POTOCKI
Capt KATRINA EVERHART
Lt Col DAVID MILLER
2d Lt BILLY PRESTON
Maj DAVE FUTCH
Lt Col LEONARD HALE
Maj LIN REDFIELD
Lt Col DAVID MILLER

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2016 – DEC 2016
Director of Administration
1. COORDINATED THE COMPLETION PROCESS FOR REVIEWING AND
UPDATING ALL WING SUPPLEMENTS AND WING FORM TO BRING THEM
CURRENT OR TO ELIMINATE.
Director of Personnel
1. PROCESSED PROMOTIONS THAT NEEDED WING APPROVAL AND
SUBMITTED THEM TO THE MO WING BOARD. ADVISED THE
COMMANDER WHEN APPROVED.
2. PROCESSED CAPFS 27 FOR COMMAND CHANGES.
3. EVALUATED NOMINATIONS FOR ANNUAL AWARDS, PROMOTIONS AND
OTHER AWARDS DUE TO MEMBERS.
Director of Recruiting and Retention
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Director of Plans & Programs
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Director of Public Affairs
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Director of Information Technology
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Information Technology Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Finance - Financial Statement
1.

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Chaplain
1. THE MO CHAPLAIN CORP IS GROWING IN NUMBERS AS WE CONTINUE
TO PURSUE THE GOAL OF 100% COVERAGE OF ALL OUR SQUADRONS.
WE ENDED 2015 WITH A THRUST OF NEW CHAPLAINS AND CHARACTER
DEVELOPMENT INSTRUCTORS. APPLICATIONS SLOWED DOWN IN 2016
AND WE FINISHED THE YEAR WITH 72% COVERAGE. OUR VOLUNTEER
SERVICE RECORDED 2143 HOURS OF SERVICE, INVOLVED IN 698
EVENTS, AND TRAVELED 17,638 MILES. THE IMPACT IN LIVES CANNOT
BE MEASURE QUANTITATIVELY. A REAL HONOR FOR MO CHAPLAIN
CORP WAS HAVING ONE OF OUR OWN; LT COL. MARK W. LENNEVILLE
CHOSEN AS THE MISSOURI AND NATIONAL SQUADRON CHAPLAIN OF
THE YEAR. LT COL. LEONARD HALE RECEIVED THE MISSOURI WING
SENIOR CHAPLAIN OF THE YEAR AWARD. MOST OF THE MAJOR
EVENTS WERE REPRESENTED BY THE CORP TO AID AND ASSIST IN
ACHIEVING THEIR MISSIONS. THE SUMMER ENCAMPMENT WAS
REPRESENTED BY TWO CHAPLAINS, MISSOURI AND COLORADO.
Historian
1. WORKED WITH SQUADRON AND GROUP COMMANDERS IN COMPILING
INFORMATION FOR THE 2016 MOWG HISTORY. IN 2016, ALL OF THE
INFORMATION WAS COMPILED USING A NEW TEMPLATE SYSTEM FROM
NATIONAL. IN THIS WAY, ALL OF THE WING HISTORIES WILL BE USING
THE SAME FORMAT.
Health Services
1. NO DATA PROVIDED

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APPENDIX VII: Special Staff Officers – Data and Statistics
Inspector General
Safety
Government Relations
Legal

Lt Col DAN RANSON
Maj SARAH WILDMAN
Lt Col RANDY FULLER
Lt Col DAN HARLAN

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2016 – DEC 2016
Inspector General
1. INSPECT UNITS IN AND AROUND THE STATE OF MISSOURI TO INSURE
THAT THE UNITS ARE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS AND REGULATIONS
FROM HIGHER HEADQUARTERS. SQUADRON UNIT INSPECTIONS (SUI)
ARE CONDUCTED EVERY OTHER YEAR.
Safety
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Government Relations
1. DURING 2016, PARTICIPATED IN THE ANNUAL CAP LEGISLATIVE
RECEPTION AT THE MISSOURI CAPITOL. LEGISLATORS AND STAFF
LEARNED MORE ABOUT CAP AND MET THE SENIOR MEMBERS AND
CADETS THAT ATTENDED.
2. LEGISLATORS WERE OFFERED THE OPPORTUNITY TO BECOME AN
HONORARY MEMBER OF THE MISSOURI LEGISLATIVE SQUADRON.
3. PARTICIPATED IN THE ANNUAL AVIATION DAY AT THE MISSOURI
CAPITOL AND WAS FORMALLY INTRODUCED ON THE FLOOR OF BOTH
CHAMBERS.
4. MISSOURI CAP WAS PRESENTED WITH A PROCLAMATION
CELEBRATING CAP'S 75TH ANNIVERSARY.
Legal
1. LEGAL TEAM CONSISTS OF THE WING LEGAL OFFICER LTC DAN
HARLAN, MASTER LEGAL RATING, MAJ TIM WILLIS,MASTER LEGAL
RATING, MAJ MARGARET REGER, MASTER LEGAL RATING AND OUR
NEWEST ATTORNEY CPT TIM VOLK .
2. THE LEGAL TEAM IS IN CONSTANT COMMUNICATION WITH THE
COMMANDER AND PROVIDES THE COMMANDER ADVICE ON A FULL
RANGE OF LEGAL ISSUES. WE ATTEND THE ANNUAL COMMANDERS
CONFERENCE, QUARTERLY COMMAND AND STAFF MEETINGS AND
FINANCE MEETINGS.

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THIS ANNUAL REPORT IS FAITHFULLY EXECUTED AND SUBMITTED BY THE
BELOW SIGNED CIVIL AIR PATROL HISTORIAN REPRESENTING THE
AFOREMENTIONED UNIT. ALL INFORMATION IS RECORDED AS SUBMITTED BY
THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS AND ASSIGNED PERSONNEL “AS IS” AND
REPRESENTS STATISTICAL DATA, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, AND UNIT
ACTIVITIES FOR THE SPECIFIED PERIOD OF ASSESSMENT AND RECORDING. THE
UNIT HISTORIAN IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE VERACITY OR ACCURACY OF
INFORMATION.
Submitted by
LIN REDFIELD, Maj, CAP
Department of the Historian

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