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

01 January 2017 - 31 December 2017

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)

HEADQUARTERS MISSOURI WING
CIVIL AIR PATROL
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AUXILIARY
1300 ALERT ROAD, P.O. BOX 5044
WHITEMAN AFB, MO 65305

15 March, 2018
FROM: MOWG/CC
SUBJECT: 2017 Wing History
1. Maj Lin Redfield is granted the authority to accomplish the unit history for MOWG and to
submit the History Summary to the North Central Region and to Civil Air Patrol National
Headquarters.
2. I have reviewed and approve the completed summary of MOWG’s accomplishments.
3. Please contact Maj Redfield at: lin.redfield@mowgcap.org, if you have any questions.

JOHN R. O’NEILL, Col, CAP
Commander

1 Attachment: MOWG 2016 History Summary

TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE ..............................................................................................................2
COMMANDER’S APPROVAL LETTER ................................................................3
INTRODUCTION OF UNIT STAFF ........................................................................ 7
TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................5
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 .....................................................8
Cadet Programs ........................................................................................................8
Cadet Activities ........................................................................................................9
Drug Demand Reduction .........................................................................................9
APPENDIX I: Chapters I-III - Data and Statistics ............................................................10
Operations ..............................................................................................................10
Aerospace Education .............................................................................................13
Cadet Programs ......................................................................................................13
APPENDIX II: Unit Staff - Data and Statistics .................................................................15
Unit Map (showing geographic subdivisions within a REGION/WING) .............15
Unit Organization Chart .........................................................................................16
Unit Command and Staff Listing ...........................................................................17
APPENDIX III: Director of Logistics – Data and Statistics..............................................31
Supply ....................................................................................................................31
Transportation ........................................................................................................31
Maintenance ...........................................................................................................31
APPENDIX IV: Director of Communications – Data and Statistics .................................32
Communications Operations ..................................................................................32
Communications Facilities and Equipment ...........................................................33
APPENDIX V: Director of Professional Development - Data and Statistics....................33
Professional Development .....................................................................................33

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APPENDIX VI: Staff Officers - Data and Statistics .........................................................34
Administration .......................................................................................................34
Personnel ................................................................................................................34
Recruiting and Retention .......................................................................................34
Plans and Programs ................................................................................................34
Public Affairs .........................................................................................................34
Information Technology ........................................................................................34
Finance - Financial Statement ................................................................................35
Chaplain .................................................................................................................35
Historian.................................................................................................................35
Health Services ......................................................................................................35
APPENDIX VII: Special Staff Officers – Data and Statistics ...........................................36
Inspector General ...................................................................................................36
Safety .....................................................................................................................36
Government Relations ...........................................................................................36
Legal ......................................................................................................................36

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INTRODUCTION OF UNIT STAFF & BRIEF UNIT NARRATIVE

The MISSOURI Wing
Wing Commander

Col JOHN O'NEILL

COLONEL JOHN R. O’NEILL IS THE MISSOURI WING COMMANDER OF THE CIVIL
AIR PATROL. COLONEL O’NEILL HAS A RICH HISTORY OF SERVICE TO THE CIVIL
AIR PATROL BEGINNING AS A CADET IN 1977 IN RHODE ISLAND. AS A SENIOR
MEMBER IN MISSOURI HE HAS SERVED AS THE WING DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY
SERVICES, DIRECTOR OF CADET PROGRAMS, WAS A SQUADRON COMMANDER,
AND NOW IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LEADERSHIP OF ALL CIVIL AIR PATROL
ACTIVITIES IN MISSOURI.
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 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAM AND WAS AWARDED THE GILL ROBB WILSON AWARD, AS WELL AS
EARNING THE GENERAL CARL A. SPAATZ AWARD AS A CADET.

Vice Commander

Lt Col STEVE AUBUCHON

LT. COLONEL STEPHEN AUBUCHON IS THE MISSOURI WING VICE COMMANDER
OF THE CIVIL AIR PATROL. LT. COLONEL AUBUCHON HAS FULFILLED MANY
ROLES IN SERVICE TO THE CIVIL AIR PATROL SINCE JOINING IN 2009. HE HAS
SEVERAL AS AN AEROSPACE EDUCATION OFFICER, DEPUTY COMMANDER FOR
CADETS, SQUADRON COMMANDER, GROUP COMMANDER. IN 2014 HE WAS
NAMED THE MISSOURI WING SENIOR MEMBER OF THE YEAR, AND IN 2015 WAS
SELECTED TO BE THE MISSOURI WING VICE COMMANDER.
HE ENLISTED IN THE MISSOURI NATIONAL GUARD IN 1970 WHERE HE GAINED A
POSITION IN THE 571ST AIR FORCE BAND AND IN 1979 WAS SELECTED TO
COMMAND AND CONDUCT THE BAND. HE HAS BEEN AWARDED THE AIR FORCE
COMMENDATION MEDAL FOR HIS TRAINING OF MUSICIANS TO AF STANDARDS.
HE HAS EARNED THE AIR FORCE RESERVE MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL, AIR
FORCE LONGEVITY RIBBON WITH 4 OAK CLUSTERS AND THE AIR FORCE
RESERVE RIBBON.

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Maj
GRADE
Chief of Staff

Maj JOE ST. CLAIR

MAJOR JOSEPH M. ST. CLAIR JOINED CAP IN 2011. SINCE THEN HE HAS SERVED IN
MANY DIFFERENT LEADERSHIP AND STAFF POSITIONS WITHIN THE MISSOURI
WING OF CIVIL AIR PATROL. MAJOR ST. CLAIR HAS SERVED SUCCESSFULLY AS
COMMANDER OF NCR-MO-110, MISSOURI WING STANDARDIZATAION AND
EVALUATION OFFICER,
MISSOURI WING DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS.
PRESENTLY MAJ. ST. CLAIR IS THE MISSOURI WING CHIEF OF STAFF FOR
MISSIONS AND HAS HELD THAT POSITION SINCE JANUARY OF 2017.

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SUMMARY NARRATIVE OF MAJOR ACTIVITIES
Chapter I

OPERATIONS

Search and Rescue
NO DATA PROVIDED

Disaster Relief
NO DATA PROVIDED
Homeland Security
NO DATA PROVIDED
Counterdrug
NO DATA PROVIDED
Chapter II AEROSPACE EDUCATION

Internal Aerospace Education
FOUR STEM ACADEMIES, INCLUDING ROCKETRY, REMOTE CONTROL AIRCRAFT,
SIMULATOR AND SOAP BOX DERBY STEM KITS
TWO AEROSPACE EDUCATION WORKSHOPS
External Aerospace Education
THERE WERE 39 PRESENTATIONS GIVEN, JUDGED 3 SCIENCE FAIRS AND
CONDUCTED 4 TEACHER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS AT THE ST. LOUIS SCIENCE
CENTER AND THE ST. LOUIS MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIR. OUR AEM'S GREW
2,440% IN 2017. NINE AEM'S JOINED CAP AS FULL MEMBERS.
Chapter III

CADET PROGRAMS

Cadet Programs
IN 2017, MISSOURI WING CADET PROGRAMS HELD ITS FIRST WING CADET
COMPETITION UNDER THE NEW FORMAT. ONLY TWO TEAMS COMPETED, THE
FORT LEONARD WOOD COMPOSITE SQUADRON AND THE WENTZVILLE
COMPOSITE SQUADRON.
WENTZVILLE WAS ADVANCED TO THE NCR
COMPETITION. FUNDS WERE SECURED TO DEFRAY THE COSTS FOR THE TEAM
AND TO ACQUIRE NEW UNIFORMS.

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THE MISSOURI WING ENCAMPMENT WAS CONDUCTED AT THE END OF JUNE,
BEGINNING OF JULY AT FORT LEONARD WOOD. 188 CADET AND SENIORS
PARTICIPATED IN A VARIETY OF TOURS AND ACTIVITIES ON THE POST.
THE YEAR WAS WRAPPED UP WITH A SUCCESSFUL CADET DAY AT THE
MISSOURI WING CONFERENCE. BREAKOUT SESSIONS SPECIFIC TO THE CADETS
AND CADET PROGRAMS OFFICERS WERE HELD. A HIGHLIGHT WAS NATIONAL
COMMANDER, MAJOR GENERAL SMITH'S ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION IN
SOME OF THE SESSIONS.

Cadet Activities
NUMEROUS CADET ACTIVITIES WERE HELD THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. IN
CONJUCTION WITH THE AEROSPACE EDUCATION DIRECTORATE, CADETS
ATTENDED SEVERAL AEROSPACE STEM ACADEMY WEEKENDS AND
PARTICIPATED IN DRIVING THE WING'S SOAPBOX DERBY CAR IN COMPETITION.
SEVERAL CADETS ATTENDED VARIOUS NATIONAL CADET SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
TO INCLUDE NBB AND NCC.
A CADET PROGRAMS 75TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION WAS HELD AT THE
WENTZVILLE COMPOSITE SQUADRON IN SEPTEMBER.
SPECIAL GUESTS
INCLUDED COL. AYE, NCR COMMANDER, COL. WINTERS NCR DEPUTY CHIEF OF
STAFF, CADET PROGRAMS, LTC. AUBUCHON, MOWG VICE COMMANDER, AND
LTC. SANDER, MOWG DIRECTOR OF CADET PROGRAMS.

Drug Demand Reduction
NO DATA PROVIDED

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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 AUSTIN WORCESTER
Maj AUSTIN WORCESTER
Capt KEN WHITE
2d Lt KELLY BLAIR
Maj KEVIN OLIVER
Maj KEVIN OLIVER
GRADE
Lt Col TOM MARTIN
GRADE
Capt ALAN ALTIS

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2017 – DEC 2017
OPERATIONS
Director of Operations
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Aircraft Coordinator
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Standardization/Evaluation Officer
1. THE WING COMPLETED 55 FORM 5 AND 14 FORM 91 CHECK
RIDES IN 2017.
2. THE APRIL INSTRUCTORS CLINIC WAS CANCELLED DUE TO
WEATHER, AS A RESULT A COMBINED INSTRUCTOR/FLIGHT
CLINIC WAS HELD AT KCOU ON SATURDAY MAY 13.
3. THE DOV GAVE A PRESENTATION AT THE MOWG CONFERENCE
ON THE UPCOMING CHANGES INCLUDED IN THE 70-1
REGULATION.
4. MOWG ENDED 2017 WITH 40 QUALIFIED PILOTS AND 27
QUALIFIED SA/DR MISSION PILOTS.
5.
CIS Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Homeland Security Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Director Counterdrug Operations
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Counterdrug Administrative Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED

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Director of Emergency Services
EMERGENCY SERVICES IS ONE OF THE KEY RESPONSIBILITIES OF CIVIL AIR
PATROL AND AN AREA WE TAKE VERY SERIOUSLY IN THE MISSOURI WING.
OVER THE PAST YEAR WE HAVE HAD A NUMBER OF TRAINING EVENTS ON THE
SQUADRON, REGION AND WING LEVEL TO CONTINUE TO IMPROVE OUR
ABILITIES TO RESPOND IN A TIMELY MANNER AND MEET THE NEEDS OF OUR
CUSTOMERS.
DURING THIS TIME THE WING HAS RESPONDED TO SEVERAL ELT MISSIONS
ASSIGNED BY AFRCC AND HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL IN LOCATING EACH OF THE
TARGETS AS WELL AS FLYING SEVERAL PHOTO RECON MISSION FOR SEMA AND
INDIVIDUAL COUNTY AGENCIES ACROSS THE STATE.
MISSOURI WING HAS ALSO SUPPORTED THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY RELIEF
EFFORTS BY DEPLOYING TWO AIRCRAFT AND TWO, THREE MEMBER CREWS TO
THE STATE OF TEXAS FOR FOUR DAYS FOLLOWING THE HURRICANE THAT HIT
THAT AREA. DURING THAT DEPLOYMENT BOTH CREWS FLEW ONE 13 PLUS
HOURS OF MISSIONS AND TOOK OVER 3500 PHOTOS PER CREW.
FUNDS HAVE BEEN LIMITED FOR TRAINING THIS YEAR DUE TO BUDGET
RESTRAINTS BUT OUR EMERGENCY SERVICES PERSONAL STAYED BUSY IN
WORKING ON MANY DIFFERENT SKILLS INVOLVED IN ES. SEVERAL CLASSES
HAVE BEEN CONDUCTED IN AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS, BRIDGE INSPECTION,
FINDING EMERGENCY LOCATER TRANSMITTERS, GROUND CREW AND UDF TEAM
OPERATION AND HF RADIO COMMUNICATION TO NAME A FEW.
THE WING HAS ALSO BEEN ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND
WING HF COMMUNICATION NETS ON A DAILY/WEEKLY BASES AND HAS
CONTINUED TO BUILD INVOLVEMENT ON LOCAL GROUP VHF COMMUNICATION
NETS.
CADETS AND SENIORS HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN ES TRAINING THROUGH WING
WIDE ENCAMPMENT AND CLASSES AND IN REGIONAL WEEKEND TRAINING
BIVOUAC. THESE TRAININGS HAVE CONTINUED TO GROW AND DURING THE
MOST RECENT WEEKEND BIVOUAC WE DREW NOT ONLY MEMBERS FROM THE
MO WING BUT THE EVENT WAS ATTEND BY CAP MEMBERS FROM AR WING AND
OK WINGS.
OUR TRAINING AND ABILITIES IN EMERGENCY SERVICES HAS CONTINUED TO
GROW AND WE ARE PRESENTLY WORKING TO DEVELOP AND IMPROVE OUR
WORKING RELATIONS WITH LOCAL SCHOOLS, MISSOURI STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT, MISSOURI HIGHWAY PATROL, MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION, MISSOURI SHERIFF’S ASSOCIATION AND THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE.

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WE KNOW THAT IT IS NECESSARY TO CONTINUALLY WORK TO STAY AT THE TOP
OF OUR GAME IN EMERGENCY SERVICES TO BE THE BEST WE CAN BE. AS YOU
KNOW MISSOURI IS KNOWN AS “THE SHOW ME STATE” AND WE WANT TO BE
READY TO DO JUST THAT. WE ALSO BELIEVE IN TRAINING AS WE PLAY,
BECAUSE WE KNOW WE WILL PLAY AS WE TRAIN!
Disaster Relief Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
ES Training Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED

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

Capt KATRINA EVERHART
Capt KATRINA EVERHART
Capt KATRINA EVERHART

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2017 – DEC 2017
Director of Aerospace Education
1.
Internal Aerospace Education
1. FOUR STEM ACADEMIES AND SOAP BOX DERBY STEM KITS
External Aerospace Education
1. THIRTY-NINE PRESENTATIONS MADE, JUDGED 3 SCIENCE FAIRS
AND CONDUCTED 4 TEACHER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS IN ST.
LOUIS AREA. AEM'S GREWS 2,440% IN 2017 WITH NINE OF THEM
BECOMING FULL CAP MEMBERS
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

Lt Col WILLIAM SANDER
Lt Col WILLIAM SANDER
Capt ADAM DAUBACH
GRADE
PATRICK LUCITT
Maj BILL DIMARISCO

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2017 – DEC 2017
Director of Cadet Programs
1.
YEAR-YEAR REGION Cadet Advisory Council representatives:
1. CADET LTC RISKO
Cadet Conference
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Region Cadet Leadership School (RCLS)
1. FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO JULY 2017
Cadet Honor Academy (CHA)
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
REGION Cadet Competition or
Wing Cadet Competition
1. THE FORT LEONARD WOOD COMPOSITE SQUADRON AND THE
WENTZVILLE COMPOSITE SQUADRON COMPETED IN THE WING
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COMPETITION AT FORT LEONARD WOOD. WENTZVILLE
ADVANCED TO THE NCR CADET COMPETITION AND TO THE
NCC. WENTZVILLE RECEIVED THE OVERALL TEAM SPIRIT
AWARD, 2ND PLACE IN ROBOTICS AND 2ND PLACE IN TEAM
LEADERSHIP PROBLEM SOLVING.
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)

COMMAND SECTION
Wing Commander
Vice-Commander
MO-001 Squadron
Command Chief
Government Relations (GR)
Asst. GR
Asst. GR
Asst. GR
MO-999 Squadron
Inspector General
Asst. IG-Compliance
Asst. IG-Investigations
Asst. IG
Asst. IG
Asst. IG
Legal, JA
Asst. JA
Asst. JA
Asst. JA
Safety, SE
Asst. SE
Asst. SE
Asst. SE
Plans and Programs XP
Asst. XP
Asst. XP
Asst. XP
Asst. SP (Ft. LW Facilities Coord)
Wing Administrator

Col. John O'Neill
Lt Col Steve Aubuchon
Maj. Joe St. Clair
CMSgt Bob Dandridge
Lt. Col. Randy Fuller
Lt. Col. Dan Ranson
Lt. Col. Mike Smith
(Natl) Maj. John Burrows
Lt. Col. Randy Fuller
Lt. Col. Dan Ranson
Lt. Col. Brad Sanker
Lt. Col. John Baker
Col. Erica Williams
Col. Bill Winkert
Lt. Col. David Jadwin
Lt. Col. Dan Harlan
Lt. Col. Tim Willis
Maj. Margaret Reger
Capt. Timothy Volk
Lt. Col. Sarah Wildman
Maj. Carl Jantz
Maj. Austin Worcester
Capt. Ed Tenes
Lt. Col. Dennis Pearson
Maj. Max Bradley
Maj. Adam Daubach
1st Lt. Don Myers
Lt. Col. John Greenwald
Mr. Todd Kirkendall

MISSIONS
Director of Operations (DO)
Asst. D.O.
Standardization & Evaluation, DOV
Aircraft Maintenance, DOM
Asst. DOM
Pilot Training, DOT
Orientation Flight Coordinator
Director of Emergency Services, DOS
Asst. DOS
ES Training, DOST

Maj. Joe St. Clair
Maj. Austin Worcester
Maj. Alan Altis
Capt. Ken White
Capt. Jeff Morton
Lt. Col. Dan Ranson
Capt. Ken White
Lt. Col. Tom Martin
2nd Lt. Jeffrey Johnson
Capt. Ken White

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ES Training, DOST
Director of Aerospace Education, AE
Asst. AE (External)
Asst. AE (External)
Asst. AE (Internal)
Asst. AE (Internal)
Asst. AE (Internal)
Director of Cadet Programs, DCP
Asst. DCP
Cadet Activities
Drug Demand Reduction
Cdt Advisory Council (CAC) Sponsor
CAC Chair
CAC Vice Chair
CAC Recorder
Director of Communications, DC
Asst. DC
Asst. DC
MOSWIN Coordinator
Net Control Officer
NTN Operator
Advanced Technology
Counterdrug, ESC
Disaster Relief, ESD
Homeland Security, ESH

Maj. Alan Altis
Capt. Katrina Everhart
Capt. Don Prevost
Capt Sheyna Gifford
Maj. Lanna Fletcher
1st Lt. Sam Samarasinghe
2nd Lt. Kim Wong
Maj. Mike Toedebusch

SUPPORT

Lt. Col. Mary Fuller

Director of Administration, DA
Chaplain, HC
Asst. Chaplain
Finance, FM
Asst. FM
Wing Auditor
Health Services, HS
Asst. HS
Director of I.T.
Asst. I.T.
Asst. I.T.
Asst. I.T.
Asst. PA (Website)
Director of Logistics, LG
Asst. LG
Transportation, LGT
Supply , LGS

Lt. Col. Mary Fuller
Chpl (Lt Col) Leonard Hale
Chpl (Maj) Mark Wilkinson
Maj. Dave Futch
Lt. Col. Dan Ranson
Maj. David Sewell
Lt. Col. David Miller
Capt. Sheyna Gifford
Mar. David Sewell
Lt. Col. Brad Sanker
2nd Lt. Joshua Kiggins
SFO Caleb Couture
2nd Lt. Billy Preston
Col. John Mais
Maj. Houston Kendrick
Capt. Larry Reyes
SMSgt Charline O'Neill

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Maj. Adam Daubach
Lt. Col. Bill DiMarsico
Maj. Adam Daubach
C/Maj. Nicholas Risko
C/2nd Lt. Marc Fritche
C/CMSgt Steven Frizee
Maj. Steve Vogt
Lt. Col. Ernest Venis
Maj. Keith Brady
Lt. Col. Randy Fuller
Lt. Col. Gene Rugh
Maj. Gary Lewis
2nd Lt. Jim Gregg
Maj. Kevin Oliver
Maj. Alan Altis
2nd Lt. Kelly Blair

Asst. LGS
Director of Personnel, DP
Director of Professional Dev., PD
Asst. PD
Historian, HO
Asst. HO
Public Affairs, PA
Asst. PA (Website)
Recruiting and Retention, PAR
Asst. PAR

Maj. Jim Chevalier
Lt. Col. Mary Fuller
Lt. Col. Steve Aubuchon
CMSgt Mike Mudry
Maj. Lin Redfield
Capt. Jason Williams
Lt. Col. David Miller
2nd Lt. Billy Preston
Lt. Col. Sandra Potocki
Lt. Col. Steve Aubuchon

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MISSOURI WING 2017 COMMAND AND SUPPORT HIGHLIGHTS
January
MO State Legislative Reception
February
Participated in Legislative Day in Washington, D.C.
ASA (Aerospace STEM Academy) at Fort Leonard Wood
Presentation of CAP STEM program to St. Louis City Public Schools science
teachers
March
NCR Conference, Bellevue, Nebraska
Wing Command and Staff meeting
Region Conference in Nebraska
Participated in Soap Box Derby at Whiteman AFB
April
Aviation Day at state Capitol, Jefferson City
Governor Greitens presented a proclamation celebrating the 75th anniversary of
the Cadet Program
May
Flood relief missions
Flight Clinic
June
ASA (Aerospace STEM Academy) at Fort Leonard Wood
Hosted MARC (Model Aircraft Remote Control) National Cadet Special Activity
at Fort Leonard Wood
Cadet Encampment at Fort Leonard Wood
Pathfinders Course at Fort Leonard Wood
Supported Whiteman AFB airshow

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July
Lt. Col. Aubuchon appointed Wing Director of Professional Development
August
Governor Greitens presented with CAP membership card by Col. John O’Neill
BasicMed Implementation in EServices
Command Chief visited Table Rock Lake Composite Squadron
CAP National Conference in San Antonio, TX

September
Command Chief visited Lee’s Summit Composite Squadron
Governor Greitens invited to Wing Conference to present proclamation to
aircrews that participated in relief efforts after hurricane Harvey
New Safety Beacon published
October
Annual consolidated units training
Recruited the Governor, Lt. Governor, Speaker of the House and President Pro
Tem of Senate to the legislative squadron
Wing Public Affairs Plan updated, approved by Wing CC and forwarded to NHQ
and NCR Public Affairs
Wing Crisis Communication Plan updated, approved by Wing CC, and forwarded
to NHQ and NCR Public Affairs
Presentation of CAP STEM program to STOM (Science Teachers of Missouri),
Columbia, MO
MOWG Conference, Osage Beach, MO
MO Speaker of the House presented proclamation at Wing Conference to
aircrews that participated in relief efforts after Hurricane Harvey
Annual PAO Workshop presented at Wing Conference

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November
Mowgcap.org email addresses available for all senior members
ASA (Aerosapce STEM Academy) at Fort Leonard Wood
December
Several unit Christmas parties were attended
Attended NHQ 75th Anniversary Celebration
Command Chief visited seven units for recruiting
Operation Cooked Wrap to recognize security on base
AFRCC week long SAR school
Wreaths Across America
2017 Missouri Sheriff’s Conference at Tan-Terra, Lake of the Ozarks

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2017 WING CONFERENCE:
Presentation of a special proclamation from Missouri Governor Greitens' office by State
Representative Shane Rodin, himself a Major in the Wing’s Legislative Squadron as well
as a former Missouri Wing cadet, to nine members of the Wing who participated in
CAP’s Hurricane Harvey response: Col. Gene Hartman, Maj. Jack Gray, Maj. Bobby
Redfield, Capt. Stan Edwards, Capt. Carroll "Pete" Pilcher, 1st Lt. Robert Dueck, 2d Lt.
Stephen Meinzen, 2d Lt. Sampath Samarasinghe, and Sr. Mbr. Ryan Maichel.
The presence of three former Missouri Wing commanders (alphabetically, Cols. Gene
Hartman, John Mais, and Bill Winkert, Sr.); as well as former Ohio Wing commander
Col. David Winters.
Presentation of the General Billy Mitchell Award to siblings 1st Lts. Joshua Reid, Laura
Reid, and Lily Reid, Wentzville Composite Squadron.
Presentation of the Amelia Earhart Award to C/Capt. Ethan Atwell, Springfield Regional
Composite Squadron.
Presentation of the Grover Loening Award to Maj. Alan Altis, Group I Headquarters; and
Capt. Julianne Dresser, Lee’s Summit Composite Squadron.
Presentation of the Paul E. Garber Award to Lt. Col. Tim Willis, Trail of Tears
Composite Squadron; and Maj. Max Bradley, Springfield Regional Composite Squadron.
Promotions of Sr. Mbr. Melanie Lacey to 1st Lt., Sedalia Cadet Squadron.; 1st Lt. Donald
Prevost to Capt., Central Missouri Composite Squadron; and Maj. Sarah Wildman to Lt.
Col., North Central Region Headquarters.
Recognition of seven squadrons that received the national Quality Cadet Unit Award:
(alphabetically) Ft. Leonard Wood Composite Squadron, Laclede County Composite
Squadron, Lake Ozark Regional Composite Squadron, Table Rock Lake Composite
Squadron, Trail of Tears Composite Squadron, Platte Valley Composite Squadron, and
Wentzville Composite Squadron.
Recognition of the recent change of command for the Sedalia Cadet Squadron.
Chartering of the Missouri Wing’s newest unit, the Excelsior Springs Composite
Squadron.
Presentation of Commander’s Commendations to: Maj. Lanna Fletcher, Capt. Julianne
Dresser, Capt. Stan Edwards, Capt. Katrina Everhart, 1st Lt. Craig Senzig, 1st Lt.
Benjamin Weaver, 2d Lt. Kim Wong, SMSgt. Charline O’Neill, C/2d Lt. Andrew Wong,
and C/SSgt. Eliora Switzer.

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NORTH CENTRAL REGION AWARD WINNERS:
Region Commander’s Commendations to Lt. Col. William DiMarsico, Maj. Michael
McCrady, and Capt. Donald Prevost.
Meritorious Service Awards to Maj. Kevin Oliver, Maj. Joseph St. Clair, and 2d Lt.
Sampath Samarasinghe.
2016 North Central Region Communicator of the Year: Maj. Steve Vogt, Group II
Headquarters.
2016 North Central Region Frank G. Brewer Aerospace Education Award – Senior
Member: Maj. Ernest Trumbly, Col. Travis Hoover Composite Squadron.
2017 North Central Region Squadron of Distinction: Central Missouri Composite
Squadron.
Presentation of the Paul E. Garber Award to Lt. Col. Sarah Wildman, North Central
Region Headquarters.
Presentation of the Gill Robb Wilson Award to Col. Thomas Theis, North Central Region
Headquarters.
ANNUAL MISSOURI WING UNIT AWARD WINNERS:
Social Media Use Unit of the Year: Wentzville Composite Squadron.
Unit with the Most Flight Hours per Pilot: Springfield Regional Composite Squadron.
Aerospace Activity of the Year: Wentzville Composite Squadron visit to the U.S. Space
& Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Frank G. Brewer Aerospace Education Award – Non-CAP Organization: Hollister R-V
District, Secondary Schools.
Cadet Program of the Year: Wentzville Composite Squadron.
Senior Program of the Year: Gateway Senior Squadron.
Squadron of the Year: Wentzville Composite Squadron.

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ANNUAL MISSOURI WING INDIVIDUAL AWARD WINNERS:
Transportation Officer of the Year: Maj. Bobby Redfield, Table Rock Lake Composite
Squadron.
Property Manager of the Year: Maj. Bobby Redfield, Table Rock Lake Composite
Squadron.
Legislative Officer of the Year: Lt. Col. Randy Fuller, Wing Legislative Squadron.
Legal Officer of the Year: Capt. Timothy Volk, Gateway Senior Squadron.
Information Technology Officer of the Year: 2d Lt. James Gregg, Gateway Senior
Squadron.
Historian of the Year: Maj. Linda Redfield, Table Rock Lake Composite Squadron.
Finance Officer of the Year: 1st Lt. Susan Matney, Springfield Regional Composite
Squadron.
Administration Officer of the Year: SMSgt. Robert, Miller, Wentzville Composite
Squadron.
Safety Officer of the Year: Lt. Col. Sarah Wildman, North Central Region Headquarters.
Recruiting and Retention Officer of the Year: Lt. Col. Charlie Stone, Table Rock Lake
Composite Squadron.
Public Affairs Officer of the Year: Lt. Col. David Miller, Group II Headquarters.
Professional Development Officer of the Year: 1st Lt. Jason Odom, Gateway Senior
Squadron.
Squadron Chaplain of the Year: Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Leonard Hale, Platte Valley
Composite Squadron.
Senior Chaplain of the Year: Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Leonard Hale, Platte Valley Composite
Squadron.
Character Development Officer of the Year: 2d Lt. Jack McNiel, Lee’s Summit
Composite Squadron.
Aircraft Manager of the Year: Capt. Jeffery Morton, Charles R. Long Senior Squadron.
Pilot with the Most Flight Hours: 1st Lt. Robert Dueck, Gateway Senior Squadron.

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Mission Base Staff Member of the Year: Maj. Alan Altis, Group I Headquarters.
Communicator of the Year: Maj. Gary Lewis, Table Rock Lake Composite Squadron.
Operations Officer of the Year: Capt. Kenneth White, Charles R. Long Senior Squadron.
Emergency Services Aircrew Member of the Year: Maj. Bobby Redfield, Table Rock
Lake Composite Squadron.
Incident Commander of the Year: Lt. Col. Thomas Martin, Jr., Table Rock Lake
Composite Squadron.
Emergency Services Officer of the Year: Maj. Austin Worcester, Group I Headquarters.
Orientation Pilot of the Year: Maj. Zachary Zweigle, Springfield Regional Composite
Squadron.
Drug Demand Reduction Officer of the Year: Lt Col. William DiMarsico, Group III
Headquarters.
Cadet NCO of the Year: C/CMSgt. Zane Doering, Wentzville Composite Squadron.
Cadet Junior Officer of the Year: C/1st Lt. Lucas Lewis, Table Rock Lake Composite
Squadron.
Jack Sorenson Cadet Programs Officer of the Year: Maj. Mike Toedebusch, Wentzville
Composite Squadron.
Aerospace Education Member of the Year: Capt. Sheyna Gifford, Missouri Wing
Headquarters.
Jeanne M. Holm Aerospace Education Officer of the Year: Capt. Katrina Everhart,
Missouri Wing Headquarters.
Frank G. Brewer Aerospace Education Award – Cadet: C/2d Lt. Jackson Schnieder,
Platte Valley Composite Squadron.
Frank G. Brewer Aerospace Education Award – Senior Member: 2d Lt. Sampath
Samarasinghe, Harry S Truman Composite Squadron.
Inspector General of the Year: Lt. Col. Daniel Ranson, Missouri Wing Headquarters.
Squadron Commander of the Year: Lt. Col. Thomas Martin, Jr., Table Rock Lake
Composite Squadron.
Torch Award: Maj. Joseph St. Clair, Missouri Wing Headquarters.

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Cadet of the Year: C/Maj. Justin Smith, Wentzville Composite Squadron.
Senior Member of the Year: CMSgt. Robert Dandridge, Missouri Wing Headquarters.
John Otradovec Lifetime Achievement Award: Col. John Mais, Missouri Wing
Headquarters.
The Saturday morning general session featured keynote speaker Maj. Gen. Mark Smith,
National Commander, and Col. Regina Aye, North Central Region Commander. The
guest speaker for the Saturday evening awards banquet was Col. Grace Link, Missouri
Air National Guard Chief of Staff. This was the first wing conference attended by Maj.
Gen. Smith since being appointed as CAP’s new National Commander.

Missouri Wing Vice-Commander Lieutenant Colonel Steve Aubuchon, Missouri Wing
Commander, Colonel John O'Neill, CAP National Commander Major General Mark
Smith, and North Central Region Commander, Colonel Regina Aye.

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2017 MISSOURI WING SUMMER ENCAMPMENT AWARDS
Commander's Commendation Award - C/Maj Luke Young, C/2d Lt Kristyn Nichols,
C/2d Lt Miranda Leonard, C/CMSgt Andrew Blackwelder, C/CMSgt Joshua Reid
Achievement Award - C/2d Lt Kyle Jaycox, C/2d Lt Heather Mackeen, C/CMSgt
Nicholas Peacock, C/CMSgt Laura Reid, C/CMSgt Lily Reid
Outstanding Flight Sergeant - C/CMSgt Julie Barclay
Outstanding Flight Commander - C/CMSgt Zachary Peacock
Outstanding Support Staff Cadet - C/2d Lt Andrew Sites
Academic Excellence Award - C/CMSgt Liam Corrick
Honor Cadet of the Week - C/Amn Matthew Stroder
CPFT Excellence Award - C/Amn Coulter Rogers
Most Improved Cadet - C/A1C William Willhite
Honor Flight of the Week - Delta Flight
Recap of the weekly events:
Sunday - Chapel Services, Drill & Ceremonies, Classes, and Team Sports.
Monday - Drill & Ceremonies, Classes, and Team Sports.
Tuesday - Airport Control Tower and Blackhawk Helicopter tours, barracks inspections,
Drill & Ceremonies, Classes, and Team Sports.
Wednesday - Leadership Reaction Course, Drill & Ceremonies, Classes, and Team
Sports.
Thursday - Confidence Course, Uniform and Barracks inspections, Drill & Ceremonies,
Classes, and Team Sports.
Friday - Testing, Drill & Ceremonies competition, parade practice, and Banquet.
Saturday - Demobilization/Cleaning, Graduation Pass & Review, then Out-Processing
Day One Awards
Cadet NCO of the Day - C/CMSgt Laura Reid
Cadet Officer of the Day - C/2d Lt William Weaver
Cadet of the Day - C/A1C Riley Stewart
Honor Flight of the Day - Echo Fligh
Day Two Awards
Cadet NCO of the Day - C/CMSgt Joshua Reid
Cadet Officer of the Day - C/2d Lt Kyle Jaycox
Cadet of the Day - C/Amn Ashley Jacobson

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Honor Flight of the Day - Alpha Flight

Day Three Awards
Cadet NCO of the Day - C/CMSgt Lily Reid
Cadet Officer of the Day - C/2d Lt Andrew Sites
Cadet of the Day - C/Amn Coulter Rogers
Honor Flight of the Day - Delta Flight
Day Four Awards
Cadet NCO of the Day - C/CMSgt Andrew Blackwelder
Cadet Officer of the Day - C/2d Lt Heather MacKeen
Cadet of the Day - C/TSgt Erin Vallie
Honor Flight of the Day - Delta Flight
Day Five Awards
Cadet NCO of the Day - C/CMSgt Julie Barclay
Cadet Officer of the Day - C/2d Lt Kyle Jaycox
Cadet of the Day - C/Amn Jadyn West
Honor Flight of the Day - Bravo Flight

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2017 PATHFINDER TECHNICAL SCHOOL
In 2017, Pathfinder Technical School, headed by Major Alan Altis graduated 15 new
Pathfinders. Three graduated as Ground Team Leaders and two as Ground Team Leader
trainees. The annual training takes place at Fort Leonard Wood and within the Mark
Twain National Forest.
The school focuses on search and rescue for missing persons and disaster response
operations.

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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
SM SMSgt CHARLINE O'NEILL
Capt LARRY REYES
Capt JEFF MORTON

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2017 – DEC 2017
Director of Logistics
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Supply Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Transportation Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Maintenance Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED

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

Maj STEVE VOGT
Maj STEVE VOGT
Maj STEVE VOGT
Maj GARY LEWIS

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2017 – DEC 2017
Director of Communications
1. COMPLETED AND SUBMITTED ANNUAL WING COMM PLAN TO NHQ
2. DEVELOPED NEW COMMANDERS PLAN FOR HF AND VHF CONTACT
3. WORKED ON NEW LOCATION(S) FOR SEVERAL REPEATERS TO
INCREASE CAPABILITY
4. COORDINATED WITH SQUADRONS FOR EMPHASIS IN VHF SIMPLEX
OPERATIONS
5. PARTICIPATED (WING) IN DOD COMMUNICATIONS EXERCISES
6. EVALUATED PLACEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF HF ASSETS
Communications Licensing Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
ORMS Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
HF Coordination Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Communications Operations
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Communications Facilities and Equipment
1. NO DATA PROVIDED

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

Lt Col DAVID ELLIS

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2017 – DEC 2017
Director of Professional Development
1. NO DATA PROVIDED. LT COL. ELLIS HAS NOT BEEN ACTIVE DUE TO
ILLNESS. LT. COL. STEVE AUBUCHON HAS BEEN DIRECTOR OF P.D. IN
HIS PLACE.

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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 MARY FULLER
Lt Col MARY FULLER
Lt Col SANDRA POTOCKI
Capt DENNIS PEARSON
Lt Col DAVID MILLER
Maj DAVID SEWELL
Maj DAVE FUTCH
Lt Col LEONARD HALE
Maj LIN REDFIELD
Lt Col DAVID MILLER

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JAN 2017 – DEC 2017
Director of Administration
1. MO WING SUPPLEMENTS WERE REVIEWED AND THOSE STILL IN EFFECT
WERE VERIFIED AND ARE POSTED ON E-SERVICES. DUE TO
REGULATIONS THAT WERE UPDATED SOME SUPPLEMENTS WERE
REVISED AND THESE WENT THRU THE APPROVAL PROCESS AND ARE
POSTED ON E-SERVICES.
Director of Personnel
1. NOMINATIONS FOR PROMOTIONS AND AWARDS WERE EVALUATED
AND THOSE THAT WERE APPROVED BY THE MO WING BOARD AND COL
O'NEILL WERE PROCESSED. WING STAFF DUTY ASSIGNMENTS
CHANGES WERE MADE AS NECESSARY.
Director of Recruiting and Retention
NOMINATIONS FOR PROMOTIONS AND AWARDS WERE EVALUATED AND THOSE
THAT WERE APPROVED BY THE MO WING BOARD AND COL O'NEILL WERE
PROCESSED. WING STAFF DUTY ASSIGNMENTS CHANGES WERE MADE AS
NECESSARY. UNITS WERE MADE AWARE OF MEMBERS WHO WERE DUE TO
RENEW AND/OR DROPPED AND THESE MEMBERS WERE CONTACTED.
MEMBERSHIP HAS INCREASED.
Director of Plans & Programs
1. ACTIVITIES WERE SCHEDULED AS NECESSARY
Director of Public Affairs
1. CAP MONTHLY UPDATES WERE SENT TO MO WING LEGISLATORS
DURING THE LEGISLATIVE SESSION. UPDATES AND INFORMATION
ABOUT MO WING ACTIVITIES WERE ENTERED ON THE MO WING
WEBSITE AND OTHER PERTINENT SITES
Director of Information Technology
1. THE MO WING WEBPAGE WAS UPDATED AND ARTICLES WERE ADDED
BY PAO OR OTHER STAFF THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
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2. .
Information Technology Officer
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Finance - Financial Statement
1. MISSOURI WING OPERATED IN 2017 WITH $236,600.20 IN GROSS INCOME
AND $244, 229.91 IN EXPENSES WITH AN OPERATING LOSS OF $7629.71.
AS OF 31 DECEMBER 2017, TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITIES WERE AT
$241,147.39 ACROSS THE MISSOURI WING INCLUDING ALL
SUBORDINATE UNIT HOLDINGS. THE WING FINANCE COMMITTEE IS
WORKING TO INCREASE SOME EXPENDITURES TO REDUCE SOME
EQUITIES. AUDITS AND INTERNAL FINANCIAL REVIEWS WERE
CONDUCTED IAW CAP REGULATIONS AND NO SIGNIFICANT
DEFICIENCIES WERE FOUND.
Chaplain
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Historian
1. WORKED WITH SQUADRON AND GROUP COMMANDERS IN COMPILING
INFORMATION FOR THE 2017 MOWG HISTORY. SINCE 2016, ALL OF THE
INFORMATION IS 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 2017 – DEC 2017
Inspector General
1. NO DATA PROVIDED
Safety
1. FEBRUARY 2017 - SARAH WILDMAN BEGAN AS TEMPORARY MOWG SE
2. ADVISE WING CC ON MISHAP REVIEWS AND COMPLETIONS.
3. PARTICIPATE IN MULTIPLE WING CC CONFERENCE CALLS
4. SEND MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING TO WING STAFF MEMBERS AND
LOG COMPLETION IN ESERVICES.
5. ASSIST SQUADRONS IN COMPLETING SAFETY SURVEYS AND ANNUAL
SAFETY DAYS
6. VISIT SPRINGFIELD MO-070 SQUADRON
7. PREPARE WING-LEVEL SUMMARY OF SAFETY SURVEYS FOR WING AND
REGION USE.
8. COMPLETED NATIONAL SAFETY OFFICER COLLEGE IN JUNE 2017.
9. COMPLETED MOWG SAFETY DOCUMENTATION FOR SAV.
10. 10. ATTENDED MOWG CONFERENCE
11.
Government Relations
1. WE HAD A RECEPTION FOR NEW MEMBERS OF THE MO LEGISLATURE IN
JAN AND SENIOR MEMBERS AND CADETS MET WITH THEM, DISCUSSED
CAP'S ACTIVITIES AND INVITED THEM TO JOIN AS MEMBERS OF THE
LEGISLATIVE SQUADRON. APPROXIMATELY 50 CAP SENIORS AND
CADETS ATTENDED AVIATION DAY AT THE MO CAPITOL IN APRIL AND
WERE INTRODUCED IN THE MO SENATE AND HOUSE, THEY ALSO MET
WITH LEGISLATORS AND THE GOVERNOR. LEGISLATORS WHO WERE
NOT MEMBERS OF CAP WERE ALSO GIVEN APPLICATIONS TO JOIN. CAP
MEMBERS HAVE ATTENDED BUDGET HEARINGS WHEN REQUESTED
AND THEY RECEIVED E-MAILED UPDATES REGULARLY FROM THE MO
WING PAO. CURRENTLY THE MO GOVERNOR, LT. GOVERNOR, SPEAKER
OF THE HOUSE & PRESIDENT PRO-TEM OF THE SENATE ARE MEMBERS
OF MO-999.
Legal
1. LEGAL TEAM CONSISTS OF THE WING LEGAL OFFICER, LTC DAN
HARLAN, MASTER LEGAL RATING; MAJOR TIM WILLIS, MASTER LEGAL

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RATING; MAJOR MARGARET REGER, MASTER LEGAL RATING AND
ATTORNEY CAPT TIM VOLK.
2. THE LEGAL TEAM IS IN CONSTANT COMMUNICATION WITH THE
COMMANDER AND PROVIDES THE COMMANDER WITH ADVICE ON A
FULL RANGE OF LEGAL ISSUES. WE ATTEND THE ANNUAL
COMMANDERS CONFERENCE, QUARERLY 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
MOWG Department of the Historian

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