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HISTORY OF THE
FLINT HILLS COMPOSITE SQUADRON
Kansas Wing
Civil Air Patrol

Figure 1

1 January, 2015 to 31 December, 2015

HISTORY
of the
FLINT HILLS COMPOSITE SQUADRON
KANSAS WING
CIVIL AIR PATROL
Auxiliary of the United States Air Force

Prepared By
Lieutenant Colonel Mark W. Lahan, CAP
Squadron Commander
Reviewed By
Major Barbara G. Willis, CAP
Kansas Wing Historian
and
Colonel Rickey G. Franz, CAP
Kansas Wing Commander
Kansas Wing Headquarters
Kansas National Guard Regional Training Center
Salina, Kansas

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Frontispiece

Figure 2

= Wing HQ, Salina, KS
= Composite Squadrons (8)
= Cadet Squadrons (2)
= Squadrons with aircraft

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
VOLUME I - NARRATIVE
Title Page
Frontispiece
Table of Contents
List of Illustrations
Chronology

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CHAPTER I – INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER II – AEROSPACE EDUCATION
CHAPTER III – EMERGENCY SERVICES
CHAPTER IV – CADET PROGRAMS

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APPENDIX I – SQUADRON LINAGE AND AWARDS
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APPENDIX II – DESCRIPTION AND SYMBOLOGY OF UNIT EMBLEM
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APPENDIX III – ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
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APPENDIX IV – INDIVIDUAL AWARDS AND PROMOTIONS
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APPENDIX V – SQUADRON MONTHLY SCHEDULES........................................... 13
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure 1 – Squadron Patch
Figure 2 – Kansas Wing with Squadron Locations
Figure 3 – Membership Statistics
Figure 4 – Model Rocketry
Figure 5 – STEM project
Figure 6 – Mission Participation
Figure 7 – Red Cross Photo
Figure 8 – Glider Flight
Figure 9 – Powered Flight
Figure 10 – Squadron Organization

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CHRONOLOGY
January
1st to 3rd:
6th:
13th:
17th:
19th:
20st:
27th:

Attended Kansas Wing Encampment – Salina, KS
Mission (15-C-5786)(P), American Red Cross – Junction City to Wichita, KS
Squadron Meeting {Safety “Down” Day}
Attended Wing Command & Staff Call – Wing HQ in Salina, KS
Mission (15-C-5938)(P), American Red Cross – Junction City to Wichita, KS
Squadron Meeting
Squadron Meeting

February
2nd:
2nd:
3rd:
3rd:
10th:
12th:
15th:
17th:
20th:
20th:
21st:
21st:
21st:
23rd:
24th:

Mission (15-C-6383)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Liberal, KS
Mission (15-C-6480)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Lyons, KS
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-C-6482)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Great Bend, KS
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-C-6604)(S), American Red Cross – Fredonia to Wichita, KS
Mission (15-C-6626)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Dodge City, KS
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-C-6676)(S), American Red Cross – Girard to Wichita, KS
Mission (15-C-6678)(S), American Red Cross – Emporia to Wichita, KS
Attended Wing Command & Staff Call – Wing HQ in Salina, KS
Mission (15-C-6685)(C), American Red Cross – Wichita to Emporia, KS
Mission (15-C-6686)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Hutchinson, KS
Mission (15-C-6700)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Emporia, KS
Squadron Meeting

March

April

3rd:
10th:
10th:
17th:
17th:
19th:
21st:
24th:
31st:

Squadron Meeting
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-C-7300)(C), American Red Cross – Junction City to Wichita, KS
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-M-0118)(P), ELT Search with FIND – Clay Center, KS
Mission (15-C-7365)(P), American Red Cross – Junction City to Wichita, KS
Attended Wing Command & Staff Call – Wing HQ in Salina, KS
Squadron Meeting
Squadron Meeting

7th:
14th:
18th:
21st:

Squadron Meeting
Squadron Meeting
Attended Wing Command & Staff Call – Wing HQ in Salina, KS
Squadron Meeting
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April (Continued)
24th to 26th: Mission (15-T-7466), USAF SAR Evaluation – Olathe, KS
28th: Squadron Meeting {Change of Command}
30th: Mission (15-C-8637)(P), American Red Cross – Wichita to Fort Riley, KS
May
1st to 3rd:
2nd:
5th:
6th:
10th:
12th:
th
14 to 17th:
17th:
18th:
19th:
20th:
20th:
22nd:
22nd to 24th:
26th:
26th:
June

2nd:
6th:
9th:
16th:
20th:
23rd:
23rd:
th
26 to 28th:
30th:

July

7th:
14th:
17th:
18th:
18th:
20th:
20th:
21st:
25th:
28th:

Mission (15-T-8288), SAREX – Hutchison, KS
Mission (15-C-8704)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Beloit, KS
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-C-878)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Emporia, KS
Mission ( - -5132)*(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Winfield, KS
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-T-8880), Constant Watch Annual Communications Exercise
Mission (15-C-8921)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Salina, KS
Mission (15-C-8941)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Emporia, KS
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-C-8982)(S), American Red Cross – Lyons to Wichita, KS
Mission (15-C-8983)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Parsons, KS
Mission (15-C-9035)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Lyons, KS
Attended Annual Wing Conference – Salina, KS
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-C-9234)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Pittsburg, KS
Squadron Meeting
Powered O-Flights – Junction City, KS
Squadron Meeting
Squadron Meeting
Attended Wing Command & Staff Call – Wing HQ in Salina, KS
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-C-9910)(S), American Red Cross – Emporia to Wichita, KS
Mission (15-T-9593), SAREX – St Mary, KS
Squadron Meeting
Squadron Meeting
Squadron Meeting
Tour Unmanned Aerial Systems Platoon (D/82EN/2/1ID) – Fort Riley, KS
Glider O-Flights – Yoder, KS
Mission (15-C-10653)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Smith Center
Mission (15-C-10671)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Oakley, KS
Mission (15-C-10674)(C), American Red Cross – Wichita to Junction City
Squadron Meeting
Model Rocketry Day for Stage 1 & 2
Squadron Meeting
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August

4th:
11th:
th
14 to 19th:
15th:
18th:
25th:
th
25 to 30th:
27th:
28th:

Squadron Meeting
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-T-10802), SAREX – State Wide
Attended Wing Command & Staff Call – Wing HQ in Salina, KS
Squadron Meeting
Squadron Meeting
Attended CAP National Conference – Orlando, FL
Attended, CG’s 1ID new comer brief (recruiting event) – Fort Riley, KS
Received excess USAF uniforms from Kansas State University

September
1st:
3rd:
8th:
13th:
15th:
16th:
19th:
22nd:
26th:
29th:

Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-C-12088)(C), American Red Cross – Wichita to Junction City
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-C-12178)(S), American Red Cross – Eureka to Wichita, KS
Squadron Meeting
Mission (15-C-12198)(C), American Red Cross – Junction City to Wichita
Attended Wing Command & Staff Call + CAC – Wing HQ in Salina, KS
Squadron Meeting
Model Rocketry Day for Stage 3
Squadron Meeting

October

6th:
10 & 11th:
10th:
11th:
13th:
17th:
20th:
27th:

Squadron Meeting
Squadron Bivouac at the Farnum Creek Public Use Area – Milford, KS
Powered O-Flights – Junction City, KS
Mission (16-C-3472)(S), American Red Cross – Great Bend to Wichita, KS
Squadron Meeting
Attend Wing Command & Staff Call + CAC – Kansas City, MO
Squadron Meeting
Squadron Meeting

November
1st to 30th:
2nd:
3rd:
10th:
11th:
17th:
17th:
18th:
21st:
27th:

Mission (16-T-3664), SAREX #1 – State Wide
Mission (15-M-0681)(S), ELT Search with FIND – Wichita, KS
Squadron Meeting
Squadron Meeting
Participated in the Veteran’s Day – Emporia, KS
Mission (16-C-3748)(P), American Red Cross – Junction City to Wichita, KS
Squadron Meeting
Mission (16-C-3758)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Hutchison, KS
Attend Wing Command & Staff Call + CAC – Wing HQ in Salina, KS
Mission (16-C-3783)(C), American Red Cross – Junction City to Wichita, KS

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December
1st:
1st:
8th:
12th:
12th:
15th:
26th:
29th to 31st:
31st:

Squadron Meeting
Mission (16-C-3856)(P), American Red Cross – Junction City to Wichita, KS
Squadron Meeting
Robotics/STEM Day
Mission (16-C-3918)(P), American Red Cross – Wichita to Manhattan, KS
Squadron Meeting
Mission (16-C-4009)(P), American Red Cross – Wichita to Manhattan, KS
Instructed at SLS and UCC
Mission (16-C-4074)(S), American Red Cross – Wichita to Fort Scott, KS

Codes following mission numbers for both:
Corporate 15-C-##### or 16-C-#### and AFRCC 15-M-####:
(P) = Transport Only
(S) = Staff Only
(C) = both transportation and staffing
These code have no relation to any system used by CAP or the USAF, they are to allow
me to track what we as a unit to support the mission.
* When the National Operation Center (NOC) approved this mission the number was
incomplete, reason unknown.

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CHAPTER I – INTRODUCTION
2015 completes the 26th year of service for the Flint Hills Composite Squadron in its
current incarnation supporting Kansas Wing, Civil Air Patrol, the local community and
the State of Kansas.
The past year has been a year of growth and change.
One of the greatest challenges for the Squadron is maintaining membership. Due to
its location next to Fort Riley, KS which is the home of the 1st Infantry Division a large
portion of the membership consists of Soldiers, their spouses and children. As a result of
deployments, PCS (Permanent Change of Station) orders or retirements there is a large
annual turnover of members. As an example the squadron has lost 1 Senior Member and
6 cadets in the past year to military moves. As a result the Squadron is focused on
recruiting new members who are not associated with the military and may provide a more
stable membership base.
The squadron started the year with 12 Senior Members and 6 Cadets and completed
the year with 16 Senior Members and 12 Cadets a 64% increase in membership. Also a
change of command was conducted between Maj Linette Lahan and Lt Col Mark Lahan
in a ceremony conduct during our weekly Squadron meeting on the 28th of April
officiated by Colonel Rick Franz, Kansas Wing Commander.

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CHAPTER II - AEROSPACE EDUCATION
Major Weiss is the Squadron Aerospace Education Officer (AEO) and serves as the
Kansas Wing’s Assistant AEO for the internal program. Maj Weiss was joined in the
Squadron’s AE program by one of our newest senior members SM Thomas Fleischer as
an Assistant AEO in November.
This year was a very successful in regards to the aerospace education program for the
Squadron from model rocketry to STEM (science, technology, engineering and math),
much has been done.
Model Rocketry, the Squadron conduct the basic model rocketry program resulting in
four cadets earning their model rocketry badges. This was long journey working the
program over several month. It was well worth the effort and enjoyed by all of those
participated.
Additionally cadets have been partaking in the STEM program. Their first project
was to complete three robotic STEM kits. This was completed and then continued and
develop into programmable computer devices also cadets learned how to solder in this
process.
Participation in the Aerospace Education Program for Senior Member, also known as
the Yeager Award. Participation, has been outstanding as 14 of our 16 SMs have earned
the Yeager Award, two of which were earned in 2015. Only the two newest SMs have
not yet taken the test but it is expect that they will take and pass the test in 2016.
With Major Weiss also serving as the Kansas Wing’s internal Aerospace Education
Officer, he was nominated for and won the Aerospace Education Officer of Year 2014
for Kansas Wing, this award was present at the Wing’s annual conference in May 2015.
Figure 4
Maj Weiss (L) and
C/Amn Cooper, M (R)
prepare a rocket for
launch on 26Sep15 at
the Junction City
Airport (3JC).
Photo by: Maj Lahan, L
Figure 5
C/AB Cooper, S solders
part of the robotics STEM
kit on 12Dec15 in the
Junction City Airport
terminal (3JC).
Figure 4

Photo by: Maj Lahan, L

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HISTORY OF THE FLINT HILLS COMPOSITE SQUADRON (NCR-KS-066), 2015

The Squadron routinely participated in the Emergency Service mission resulting in the
Squadron participating in missions, either training or actual, every month in 2015.
Mission participation by type:
Type Symbol Participation
SAR/DR
A1
2
both with non-distress FINDs
Training
A5
6
ARC
C99
41
9 (transport only), 6 (both transport & staffing), 26 (staffing only)
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In 2015 the Squadron was called on twice to support a SAR mission. The first was an
ELT search for a target between Salina and Manhattan Kansas. The Incident Commander
launched an aircraft from the Smokey Hill Composite Squadron (NCR-KS-092) and a
UDF Team from us. The aircraft located the beacon at the Clay Center airport, landed,
but was unable to locate the pilot/owner of the aircraft, or silence the beacon. The
following day we deployed a team to cover the antenna with a foil to silence the beacon
at the direction of AFRCC since the pilot could not be located and the FBO did not have
access to the aircraft. The beacon was silenced and mission closed with one FIND
credited. The second was as staff to support an ELT search northwest of Wichita. The
beacon was silenced and mission closed with one FIND credited.
Support to the American Red Cross (ARC) consist of two primary functions, transport
or staffing, for members of the Squadron.
First is providing members to transport products either to or from the ARC facility in
Wichita Kansas. Frequently this will involve members picking up a box from either the
Geary Community Hospital, the Irwin Army Community Hospital or Via Christi
(Manhattan) Hospital and transporting it to the gas station next to the traffic circle just
west of Florence Kansas where US-77 and US-50 intersect and handing it off to members
of the Emerald City Composite Squadron (NCR-KS-125); or at Florence we receive a
box from the KS-125 folks and deliver it the appropriate hospital.
Secondly, two members (Col Tim Hansen and Lt Col Mark Lahan) of the Squadron
serve as Alert Officers for Kansas Wing and provide the mission staff for the ARC
support for the missions regardless of where the mission is in the state. Staffing these
mission normally consists of serving as the Incident Commander (IC) with other
members augmenting as needed as section chiefs depending on the number of missions
under way or teams/vehicles in use.
Occasionally members of Squadron are both the mission staff and the team
transporting the ARC product. The Squadron has support 41 American Red Cross (ARC)
missions in 2015 resulting is three Certificates of Life Saving being awarded in support
of mission 15-C-8637 to Irwin Army Community Hospital at Fort Riley, KS.
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To prepare to support missions, the Squadron participates in Wing level scheduled
training events in addition to Squadron level training conducted during meetings or on
weekends.
The members of the squadron participated in three Wing level training events labeled
as SAREXs in; May in Hutchison, June in St Mary, and August as a state wide event.
During these events members participated in a various numbers and in a variety of duty
positions improving and maintaining their skills.
USAF’s NCLR Staff conduct the Wing’s biennial SAR evaluation during the month
of April at the New Century Air Center, and the Squadron participated with several
members occupying several different positions.
The Squadron also participated in Operation Constant Watch, which is a nationwide
communication exercise conducted in conjunction with and in support of the Federal
Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The Squadron establish a base of operations
on Col Hansen’s property using the Wing Communications truck 14003 as the primary
communications platform along with 14022 and 14014 serving alternate platforms and as
mobile stations conducting operation from various locations in Geary County. Members
manned the communication base for a period of approximately 30 hours while
conducting HF radio communications with other station located within the region and
around the nation. We also participated in the Wing’s communications relay at the same
time using 14005’s VHF radio to pass traffic from the Smokey Hill Composite Squadron
to the Lawrence Composite Squadron.
In addition to the above higher HQs training events, the squadron conducts monthly
Emergency Services training during the weekly meeting focusing on different
requirements. Along with ES training, squadron members participate in the National HF
radio network each night Monday through Friday during the 20:00 net. This
communication training/participation takes place during the Squadron meetings on
Tuesdays and from other remote sites or members’ homes the other nights of the week.
Figure 7
Members of the FHCS pose for a
photo used in the Oct-Dec15
Volunteer magazine. They are
standing front of 14014 (L) and
14022 (R) located at Junction City’s
Homers Pond Park.
Members are:
(L) LtCol Lahan, M
(C) LtCol (then Maj) Lahan, L
(R) Col Hansen, T
Photo by: 2dLt Hansen, P
Figure 7
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CHAPTER IV - CADET PROGRAMS
Major Banta is the Squadron Cadet Programs Officer (CPO). He is assisted by
Captain Emily Quiles as the Drug Demand Reduction (DDR) Officer, Captain Amanda
Lucero as the Testing officer and Assistant DDR Officer and Technical Flight Officer
Dax McDaniel as the Leadership Officer. This teams has been able to revitalize the
Cadet Program with in the Squadron.
The Cadets in the Squadron are rather junior with no Cadet Officers in the
organization. We are making progress with two cadets having earned their Wright
Brothers Awards this year and hoping that they will earn their Mitchell Awards in 2016.
Cadet Advisory Council:
At the request of the Director of Cadet Programs, Captain Robin Dutton, I appointed
C/TSgt Manuel Antillon as our Primary Representative and C/SSgt Warren Smith as our
Alternate Representative to the Wing CAC. At the time of appointment only Cadet
Antillon was of the correct grade. Cadet Smith soon got promoted and they both now
regularly participate.
Powered Orientation Flight:
Powered O-flights where held several times this past year which resulted at one point
of having 95% of the cadet completing their first O-flight. As new cadets joined the
percentage has dropped. As the weather improves we will be able to get these cadets into
the air and return others to the sky as well.
Glider Orientation Flights:
6 Cadets participated in 12 glider orientation flights conducted at Sunflower Glider
Port in Yoder, KS.
I, Lt Col Mark Lahan, went and became a certified National Rifle Association (NRA)
Rifle Instructor primarily to support the Wing’s encampment. Cadets always enjoy
shooting rifle and working to improve their skills. A new program for 2016 that the
squadron will participate in is the NRA’s Winchester marksmanship program. Cadet
will, under the Rimfire Rifle Qualification, attempt to qualify and earn marksmanship
badges.
Figure 9
Figure 8
C/AB Johnson lands a
glider at the Sunflower
Glider Port on 18Jul15
in Yoder, KS
Photo by: Maj Lahan, L

Maj Dutton, D (L)
talks cadets through
per-flight of the
aircraft at the
Junction City Airport
(3JC) on 10Oct15.
Cadets: (L to R)
C/Amn Cooper, M
C/SSgt Antillon, M
Figure 8 C/Amn Fleischer, K
Photo by:
Maj Lahan, L

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APPENDIX I – SQUADRON LINAGE AND AWARDS
COMMANDERS
NAME
George Burns
Clifford “Cliff” E. White
Timothy “Tim” A. Hansen
Charles “Chuck” R. Tidd
Harvey B. “Bruce” Deathrage
Rickey “Rick” G. Franz
Kevin D. Myers, Sr.
Timothy “Tim” A. Hansen
Mark W. Lahan
Linette M. Lahan
Mark W. Lahan

RANK
2ndLt
Maj
Lt Col
Maj
Capt
Maj
Capt
Col
Maj
Maj
Lt Col

DATES OF SERVICE
February, 1989 – January, 1990
January, 1990 – October, 1993
October, 1993 – October, 1996*
October, 1996* – Unknown *
Unknown* – May, 1997*
May, 1997* – November, 1999*
November, 1999* – February, 2000
February, 2000 – August, 2010
August, 2010 – July, 2011
July, 2011 – May, 2015
May, 2015 – Present
* Dates are approximate

SQUADRON NAME CHANGES
Junction City Composite Squadron 1950s to 1970s dates of activation
and inactivation unknown.
Reactivated:
Junction City Composite Squadron February, 1989 – September, 1998
Flint Hills Composite Squadron
October, 1998 – Present

UNIT AWARDS
AWARD
Unit Citation
Unit Citation
Unit Citation (KSWG)
Squadron of Distinction
Squadron of Merit
Squadron of Merit
Squadron of Merit
Squadron of Merit
Squadron of Merit
Squadron of Merit
Squadron of the Year, Kansas Wing
Squadron of the Year, Kansas Wing

DATE
1 January – 31 December, 1995
1 January – 31 December, 1993
1 January – 31 December, 1989
1998
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
2008
1993

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APPENDIX II – DESCRIPTION AND SYMBOLOGY OF UNIT EMBLEM

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APPENDIX II (Continued)

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APPENDIX II (Continued)

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APPENDIX II (Continued)

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APPENDIX III – ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

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APPENDIX IV – INDIVIDUAL AWARDS and PROMOTIONS
PROMOTIONS:
Senior Members:
Daxton McDaniel to TFO
Emily Quiles to Capt
Linette Lahan to Lt Col
Cadet Milestone Awards:
Manual Antillon – Wright Brothers
Warren Smith – Wright Brothers
AWARDS:
Certificates of Life Saving:
Col Tim Hansen
Lt Col Mark Lahan
Maj Linette Lahan
Meritorious Service Award:
Maj Linette Lahan

Kansas Wing Family of the Year 2014: (presented at the May 2015 Wing
Conference)
Capt Terry Weaver
C/MSgt Megan Weaver
C/Amn Kaylee Weaver
Kansas Wing Aerospace Education Officer of the Year 2014:
Maj Mark Weiss

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