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Flight Patterns Vol. I, No. 3 May 31, 1966.pdf

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F U G H T PAT T E R N S
P U B L I C AT I O N
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PAT R O L

N AT I O N A L

C A P f f O L

A U X I L I A RY

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W I N G

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'mm~ A ~ ~o ~ A mm,s jos i~*t to~ ~ ~e b~ ~. i~r or the
National Capital Mlag drill team. The team members prov£ded aqple ewldeaee
o n ~ D q U t h e F, p o ~ o ~ m o d u i t h a o t 4 v e d u t y n d ~ L ~ s z 7 u n i t s a t ~ h e
Anteitam kttlefleld. Tim eadets en the ~l and the s~er ~
trained then should be proud of the fact that the 0niXed St~es A~r Ywee
soleeted then a8 its roprosonta~ives in~ead of. siding an aetive du~y
Air Foree drA21 team. This seems to indioate ~ 80m ~ Atz Fe~ee
people z~eognisod our team u the IZCbtng oqual of ac~4vo duff nd.3Ataz7
drill teams of the other services.. The editor .~Is t~ ~s of
Air Force Hono~ Guard 2od ~e ,applause 2ast year whI our tean uent throu~
and again when the tz'oph7 van ao©eptede

TOO ~Z FOX ~m~OUS XSS~ C~ ~oar rt~ v~ o]a~e~on at ,~at

happened fo~ov2r~ a he:L2zoi~er crash at Ryde FLe:ld, ~ the arm~ e~uz~
red~ .]~ X~. Oeox~ R. Andrews r,~ out of tim Oxon IK]A Squadr~ traLqtarheadquarters~ arriving at the crash scene at the same t£ae as two eta, and
found the pilot strapped in his seat in the braining heXAooplmr. One nan
~ntastened tlm seat belt ~ X~. Andrew and tlm other man pulled Izta tree,
(7~or CAP umbers did the right things at the right tim~s,. InoXudlng go~ug
the required fire extingu~hers on the seeno, ealling anbu3anoe and fire
d e p a ~ i n ~ , m d p r o ~ t ~ r s t a i d . L s ~ e r C a ~ , . P a u Z a . . 0 1 A v e r,
Squadzo~, previded a guard pa~¥ .to protect the wree~ ta~ 4nnpeetl~ ~r
FA A i n v e s t i g a t o r s . P a ~ i © i p a r ~ o i n t h e a e t i o n i n c l u d e d , ~ n I d d ~ t A I t o
X~. An~ MO B~aee Jacobs, TSgt Richard F~nd~e, AI~ Juathi ~lmles~
Cadet ~rshall Z~ashae~ and others,
.T~ Om~AL FO~OIS can~ ~EaON, ,~Aoh like the Waldorf and O~m
Squadrons are unAts of L~. Col. Wa~ter Malser,s Anaeost£a Oreup, has been
e~ out a number of speelal events to provide a ~er wlev et aeroee for eadet mmbers, According to lot Lt. Lomll Oter]~j eo~d~r of
Jq~dr~j luch oI" this tottyJLty i8 being initiated and Inplenolded
W~ Loxmaino PaTen who serves as adjutant and eoordlnat= for eadette, on
a regul~ basis ud is In~ent~ plnch-hlttlng for the squadron XO ~he
at~endlng a Russian Language course and tes~orari]7 unable to devote his
e ff o r t s f u l ~ y t o t h e I O p r o g r a m .

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S~ C~ gO P~M'S DCF~T SP~CXAL g~S I~CL~ a visit by cadets and senle~
ae~s to the residenoe of Oeneral Foulols~ who spoke to the oadeti, abeut
av£ation, dedication to American ideals, and has association vith the ~rAght
brothersl a oadet tour of the National Wax Huseum~3 American history and
a v i a t i o n h i s t o r y e ~ . h i b i t s j a n d o b t a . t u i d g a s g u e s t l e c t u r e r, f o r t h e s q u a d ~ n ' l
aerospace education program Dr. Paul Oarber~ head curator for the National
Air Musem~ chief aerospace historian for the Smithsonian lnstituti~
and pioneer ,lnm~l pilot, Other spect81 aetivlties are being planned~ Lt.
Over~r reports.

LOST A ~ and an outetandi~, fellow-m~er of cAP .~th the recout passing
o f o u r ~ M e d i c a l O f fi c e r, L t . C o l , ~ - l s C a r p o u s i s , W e ~ m L s s h i m ,
EITEHD OUR SY~ATHr to Cadet Donald Blanchard of the General ¥oulois Cadet
Squadron on the lose of his £athorj Oeneral ~Lan He Blanch&trio General Bla~hard died a8 he ~Lveds in the serv$co of hie country and 4- the cause of freedono
CIVIL AIR PATROL wall mark 4ts 2Sth anniversary of service to the Natlon 4- Deoemh e r. W i n g I n f o r m a t i o n p e r s o n n e l a r e ~ t h e g r o ~ r k f o r m r k i n g t h e e c o u i o a ~
assisted by Capt. Sl~n Langston of Fmssaohueetts Wings Capt. Langstons a former
WAF and present member of the Ar~ Nurse Cor~s is a senior observer in CAP wAth
more than 1,000 f~rAng hours loggede She 48 now in training at Walter Reed for
duty in Vist Name Capt. Langstml is seeking information on the OAP expez~zenees of
old-ttm~---those with more than 20 years of CAP service0 not neoossari~ con&sout i r e . If you axe in this oatego~s pleue zite to Capt. Ellen I4ngst~as Box 291,
Walter Reed lLr:~'Hospita~s Washingtons D.C.
HOW FAR CAN A CAD~ GO IN ASROSPACE? The opportunities appear to be li~tleu,
One fo~ cadets Nell. Armetrong~ has orbited the earth in a s~oe capsule and is
among ~hose looki~ £osward to a flight to the moons He is eft.31 a n~er o f
CAPp ha~lng recently a~cepted an honorary membership in honor of his achievements
and hie past cadet membership. ~be some cadet now usigned to a National Capital
~ng squadron ~ chalk up even greater achievements in ~aOOe A good first step
on a st~ ~o the stars 4s the private pilotls ~Atten ~tiOae Ires a
must for those who ~nt to participate in the glider or ~ atrcra~ traAniag
program,
OOOD LUOK to H~ ~embar (of CAP and h~g) Arthur Oodfr~ on his forthcoming
attemp~ to 8e~ a new around-the-~orld speed record.
~ZT ISS~ C~ CAP TIMES should list the former CAP cadets in tbie year's Air Force
Acade~F graduating classe Throughout the Acade~'s history about 10 peroent of the
graduates have ken ex-CAP momber8o
~ICOME ABOARD to our new liaison o1'ftcer~ Ma~. Lee D. E:Laenha~s zqment~ of V:f~t
Nam, and reserve officers Col. Olin H. Borm and It. Cole Leonard L, ~zttehead,
Jts announced in a prerlous o~Lttion of FLIGI~ PATTERI~s forme~ liaison officer Ma~,
G e o r g e P. U p ~ t ~ U ~ 4 Y R e t , s ~ r e m a i n ~ l t h t h e ~ J ~ a s a C A P m e m b e r, H e v 4 3 1
erve as Deputy Wing Co--hinders
TI~ INFORMkTION PR~RAM AWARD C~O~f~ honoring Lt, Col. Charles X, Suraci Jr.s
oommndors and l~t Lt. Fmrlo Tureinis information offioers ~heaton-Silver Spring
Squadrons ~as hel~P~ 28 ~ Andrmm AFB. The squadron ranked fifth in a field
of more than 2sO00 CAP squadrons in the 196~ information program derby. The CAP
National Comnanderj Cole Joe Masons was represented at the ceremol~ by Cole Joh~
J. Caulftelds Secxwtar~ of the Air Force Office of Infor~ation~ who pointed out
that success in public information requires the support and understanding of the
oomanders "therefore it is altogether fitting that this a~ard be presented
~]o~o3~" to Cole Suraci end Ilt. Turs:lJd.en