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HISTORY OF
Mississippi Wing
CIVIL AIR PATROL
Auxiliary of the United States Air Force

1October2017 - 15April2018

HISTORY
of
MISSISSIPPI WING HTTP://WWW.MSWG.CAP.GOV/
CIVIL AIR PATROL
AUXILIARY OF THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE

Prepared By
Capt Ron Ogan, CAP
Mississippi Wing Historian

Reviewed By
Col.Hank Rogers, CAP
MississippiWing Commander

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

Message from the Commander
Thursday, 22 June 2017 1719
As I begin my tenure as the Commander of the Mississippi Wing, I become more and
more aware of that which I already knew…I have the honor of leading a really noble
group of individuals.
As Southeast Region Commander Col Barry Melton said several months ago and reprised
just recently at the Southeast Region Conference; “The Mississippi Wing performs like a
Wing much larger than its member numbers.” He is right of course; we do more with
fewer people than almost any other Wing in the Nation.
wer
The Mississippi Wing and the Civil Air Patrol extends to every Mississippian the
opportunity to serve your Community. If your interests are in general aviation, Aerospace
Education, youth related activities such as those found within our Cadet Programs and
activities
many others; there is something here for you in the CAP.
We have Squadrons situated all throughout the State; from Olive Branch to Biloxi,
Vicksburg to Meridian. These include Columbus, Tupelo, Moss Point, Diamondhead,
Oxford, Jackson, Madison, Brandon, Cleveland and Wiggins, MS. We come from all
parts of the State, with only one thought in mind, serving our fellow Mississippians.
Mississippi is home to one of the original Squadrons that were started a few days after the
beginning of World War II, the Singing River Squadron in Moss Point. Back then it was
known as Submarine Patrol Base Number 9. We have a proud history and we continue to
serve our local community and our nation to this day.
If you have an interest in youth activities, aviation, technology, aerospace studies,
e
communications and others, we have a place for you in the Mississippi Wing of the Civil
Air Patrol. You will find the location, place and time for a Squadron meeting near you on
this website. Come join us, you won’t be disappointed.
is
Col David A. ‘Hank’ Rogers
Mississippi Wing Commander

Abbreviations Used in This Report
AED = Automated External Defibrillator
AOBD = Air Operations Branch Director
CAC = Cadet Advisory Council
CAP = Civil Air Patrol
CC= Commander
CD = Counter Drug
CLC = Corporate Learning Course
CPR = Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
DPD = Director of Professional Development (Wing)
DO = Director of Operations
DR = Disaster Recovery
ELT = Emergency Locator Transmitter
FAAST= Federal Aviation Agency Safety Team
FRO = Flight Release Officer
HC=Chaplain
IR = Instrument Route (Low Level surveys)
LL = Low Level (Supporting 14th Flying Training Wing)
MDMR = Mississippi Department of Marine Resources
MPPF = Mission Pilot Proficiency Flight
MSWG=Mississippi Wing (CAP)
NWS = National Weather Service
O = Observer
OPS = Operations
ORIDE = Observer Ride
RELO = Relocate Aircraft
SAR = Search and Rescue
SAREX = Search and Rescue Exercise
SER = South East Region (CAP)
SLS = Squadron Leadership Course
SQ = Squadron
SUI = Subordinate Unit Inspection
TLC = Training Leaders of Cadets
UCC = Unit Commander’s Course
UDF = Urban Direction Finding
VR = Visual Route (Low Level surveys)
WG = Wing

TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE ..............................................................................................................1
COMMANDER’S APPROVAL LETTER ................................................................4
INTRODUCTION OF UNIT STAFF........................................................................ 8
TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................6
NARRATIVE
CHAPTER I:DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS ................................................................ 8-9
Search and Rescue ............................................................................................... 8-9
Disaster Relief ...................................................................................................... 8-9
Homeland Security............................................................................................... 8-9
Counterdrug ......................................................................................................... 8-9
CHAPTER II:DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION ..........................................10
Internal Aerospace Education ................................................................................10
External Aerospace Education ...............................................................................10
CHAPTER III: DIRECTOR OF CADET PROGRAMS ...................................................11
Cadet Programs ......................................................................................................11
Cadet Activities ......................................................................................................11
Drug Demand Reduction .......................................................................................11
APPENDIX I: Chapters I-III - Data and Statistics ..............................................................9
Operations ................................................................................................................9
Aerospace Education ...............................................................................................9
Cadet Programs ........................................................................................................9
APPENDIX II: Unit Staff - Data and Statistics .................................................................11
Unit Map (showing geographic subdivisions within a REGION/WING) .............11
Unit Organization Chart ....................................................................................... NA
Unit Command and Staff Listing ..................................................................... 12-15
APPENDIX III: Director of Logistics – Data and Statistics..............................................16
Supply ....................................................................................................................16
Transportation ........................................................................................................16
Maintenance ...........................................................................................................16
APPENDIX IV: Director of Communications – Data and Statistics .................................17
Communications Operations ..................................................................................17
Communications Facilities and Equipment ...........................................................17
APPENDIX V: Director of Professional Development - Data and Statistics....................18
Professional Development .....................................................................................18

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APPENDIX VI: Staff Officers - Data and Statistics .........................................................19
Administration .......................................................................................................19
Personnel ................................................................................................................19
Recruiting and Retention .......................................................................................19
Plans and Programs ................................................................................................19
Public Affairs .........................................................................................................19
Information Technology ........................................................................................19
Finance - Financial Statement ................................................................................19
Chaplain .................................................................................................................19
Historian .................................................................................................................19
Health Services ......................................................................................................19
APPENDIX VII: Special Staff Officers – Data and Statistics ...........................................20
Inspector General ...................................................................................................20
Safety .....................................................................................................................20
Government Relations ...........................................................................................20
Legal ......................................................................................................................20

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INTRODUCTION OF UNIT STAFF& BRIEF UNIT NARRATIVE

The MississippiWingSER001
Wing Commander Hank Rogers
Vice Commander James Wiley
Chief of Staff-Admin-Al Sayre
Chief of Staff-CadetsAl Shiyou

ColHank Rogers
GRADE
Lt Col
Maj

Jay Staats

Chief of Staff

GRADECapt

SUMMARY NARRATIVE OF MAJOR ACTIVITIES
Chapter I

OPERATIONS

Search and Rescue
LTCOL LEE HENDERSON FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Disaster Relief
MAJOR JIM HARRIS FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Homeland Security
LTCOL GARRETT TIRPAK FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Counterdrug
MAJOR DAYLE ROBINSON FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Chapter II AEROSPACE EDUCATION

Internal Aerospace Education
OPEN
External Aerospace Education
MAJOR DAYLE ROBINSON FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Chapter III

CADET PROGRAMS

Cadet Programs
CAPT HUGH SLOAN, IV FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Cadet Activities
MAJOR JASON DIAZ FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Drug Demand Reduction
OPEN

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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

Lt ColGary Hornosky
GRADEopen
MajJerry Eichelberger
GRADEOpen
Lt ColGarrett Tirpak
MajDayle Robinson
Lt ColDanny Wilson
MajRandy Broussard
MajJim Harris
Lt ColSteve Warner

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY OCT2017 – APR2018
OPERATIONS
Director of Operations
1. LTCOL GARY HORNOSKY HAS FILED MONTLY REPORTS
Aircraft Coordinator
1. OPEN
Standardization/Evaluation Officer
1. MAJOR JERRY EICHELBERGER DOV has filed montly reports
CIS Officer
1. OPEN
Homeland Security Officer
1. LTCOL GARRETT TIRPAK HAS FILED MONTLY REPORTS AND
CONDUCTED THE OVER WATER SURVIVAL TRAINING ON 31
MARCH 2018
Director Counterdrug Operations
1. MAJOR DAYLE ROBINSON HAS FILED MONTHLY REPORTS
Counterdrug Administrative Officer
1. MAJOR JERRY EICHELBERGER FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Director of Emergency Services
1. MAJOR RANDY BROUSSARDFILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Disaster Relief Officer
1. MAJOR JIM HARRIS FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
ES Training Officer
1. LTCOL STEVE WARNER FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
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AEROSPACE EDUCATION
CaptRon Ogan
GRADEOpen
MajDayle Robinson

Director of Aerospace Education
Internal Aerospace Education
External Aerospace Education

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY JUL2017 – APR2018
Director of Aerospace Education
CAPT RON OGAN HAS FILED MONTLY REPORTS
AEROSPACE EDUCATION YEAGER REPORTS BY SQUADRON 16OCT2017
AE
STATISTICS
AE
SPECTRACK CURRENT | TOTAL
MSWG SQUADRONS
AEPSM (YEAGER) CURRENT: AEPSM
(YEAGER)
TOTAL: TOTAL MEMBERS:
TOTAL SENIORS: PRECENTAGE:
AEX UNITS:
AEX EDUCATOR (CLASS) : AEM'S:
NONE:
TECHNICIAN:
SENIOR: MASTER:
SER-MS-001 MISSISSIPPI WING HQ
8
135
506 346
39.02%
1
0 21
5 [ 34 1 [ 13 0 [ 3 1 [ 4
SER-MS-048 COL BERTA A. EDGE COMPOSITE SQDN
1
8
37
15
53.33% 0
0
0
0[0 0[1 0[1 0[0
SER-MS-050 STEVE LAUNIUS COMPOSITE SQDN
0
6
18
11
54.55% 0
0
0
0[4 0[1 0[0 0[0
SER-MS-051 SINGING RIVER SENIOR SQDN 0
9
17
17
52.94%
0 0 0
0[1 0[3 0[0 0[1
SER-MS-057 GOLDEN TRIANGLE COMPOSITE SQDN 0
13
33
20
65.00% 1
0
0
0[3 0[2 0[0 0[0
SER-MS-066 DIAMONDHEAD SENIOR SQUADRON 1
11
34
34
32.35% 0
0
0
0[1 0[0 0[0 0[0
SER-MS-072 PINE BELT COMPOSITE SQDN 5
12
34
16
75.00%
0 0 0
1[2 0[0 0[0 0[0
SER-MS-075 WIGGINS GATEWAY CADET FLIGHT 0
3
15
5
60.00% 0
0
0
0[1 0[1 0[0 0[0
SER-MS-096 DESOTO COMPOSITE SQUADRON
0
17
54
33
51.52% 0
0
0
0[3 0[3 0[1 0[0
SER-MS-099 EAGLE COMPOSITE SQDN 0
7
19
13
53.85%
0
0 0
0[0 0[0 0[0 0[1
SER-MS-100 MAJOR JAMES MCKINNIE COMPOSITE SQDN 1
6
21
10
60.00% 0
0
0
1[2 0[0 0[0 1[1
SER-MS-102 G. V. MONTGOMERY COMPOSITE SQDN
0
3
30
13
23.08% 0
0
0
1[4 0[0 0[0 0[0
SER-MS-109 VICKSBURG COMPOSITE SQDN 0
7
19
8
87.50%
0 0 0
0[0 0[0 0[1 0[0
SER-MS-110 CHARLES S METCALF CLEVELAND FLIGHT 0
5
9
8
62.50% 0
0
0
0[4 0[0 0[0 0[0
SER-MS-111 MADISON CADET SQUADRON 0
0
28
5
0.00% 0
0 0
1[1 0[0 0[0 0[0

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1. SER-MS-112 JOHN TILTON SENIOR SQUADRON 0
0.00% 0
0
0
0[0 0[0 0[0
CIVIL AIR PATROL MISSISSIPPI WING
DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION REPORT 6SEP 2017

0
0[0

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COL HANK ROGERS
COMMANDER MSWG
LT COL EDITH STREET
MSWG CHIEF OF STAFF
AUGUST 2017 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
1. CONTACTED THE 15 MSWG SQUADRONS REQUESTING CONTACTS FOR THEIR
AEROSPACE EDUCATION OFFICER AND FOR THEM TO IDENTIFY MIDDLE AND
HIGH SCHOOL CONTACTS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE AREAS FOR MAKING CAP
PRESENTATIONS ON SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS
(STEM).
2. BEGAN COMPILING A LIST OF EDUCATORS (AVIATION, HIGH SCHOOL AND
COLLEGE) IN THE JACKSON, MS AREA TO RECRUIT FOR AEROSPACE EDUCATION
MEMBERS (AEM). THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO PROMOTE CAP ACTIVITIES IN
EMERGENCY SERVICES, AEROSPACE EDUCATION AND CADET TRAINING.
3. DOWNLOADED THE INNOVATION STEM REPORT FROM ASTRA FOR
MISSISSIPPI
TO
SEND
TO
SQUADRONS.
INNOVATION
|
ASTRA
HTTPS://USINNOVATION.ORG/INNOVATION
FY2018 DAE PLANS
THREE MAJOR EVENTS ARE PLANNED DURING FY2018 AND THESE WILL NEED
YOUR SUPPORT
1. STEM AND YEAGER ROAD SHOW TO ALL 15 MSWG SQUADRONS
2. AEROSPACE EDUCATION CONFERENCE IN 2018 FOR THE CAP MISSISSIPPI WING
3. ENGAGING EDUCATORS ON THE IMPORTANCE OF CAP STEM ACTIVITIES AND
RECRUITING SEVERAL AEMS TO PROMOTE THESE ACTIVITIES KNOWING THAT
THEIR $35 CAP AEM MEMBERSHIP IS A GREAT INVESTMENT!
CAP MEMBERS ARE ALSO INVITED TO IEEE ACTIVITIES WHEN APPLICABLE.
BEST REGARDS,
CAPT RON OGAN CAP
MSWG DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION RTOGAN@ATT.NET
672-0237
CIVIL AIR PATROL MISSISSIPPI WING
DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION REPORT 8NOV 2017
COL HANK ROGERS
COMMANDER MSWG
LT COL EDITH STREET

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CELL 972-

MSWG CHIEF OF STAFF
OCTOBER 2017 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
1. MET WITH ANDREW SUNG PH.D. PROFESSOR AND ECE DEPARTMENT CHAIR
AT UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI HATTIESBURG, MS TO PRESENT
INFORMATION ABOUT THE CAP AEM PROGRAM. LEARNED THAT ON 6NOV2017,
THAT THE USM BUDGET WAS CUT BY $8M ELIMINATING 20 STAFF POSITIONS.
2. DOWNLOADED COPIES OF ALL AE PRESENTATION MATERIALS SO THAT
THESE MAY BE SENT OUT TO ALL 15 MSWG SQUADRONS.
3. MADE A PRESENTATION ON ASTRONOMY TO MS100 SQUADRON ON 6NOV2017
AND PLANNED A SKYWATCH NIGHT WHEN SKIES CLEAR.
SEE HTTPS://WWW.SPACE.COM/SKYWATCHING
4. PRESENTED AEROSPACE EDUCATION PRESENTATION AT MSWG OFFICER AND
STAFF RETREAT ON 21 OCT2017BEST REGARDS,
CAPT RON OGAN CAP
MSWG DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATIONRTOGAN@ATT.NET
672-0237

CELL 972-

CIVIL AIR PATROL MISSISSIPPI WING
DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION REPORT 6DEC 2017
COL HANK ROGERS
COMMANDER MSWG
LT COL EDITH STREET
MSWG CHIEF OF STAFF
NOVEMBER 2017 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
1. BEGAN AEROSPACE EDUCATION TRAINING WITH SM PERRY MILLER, JAN/HKS
AIRPORT ADMINISTRATOR. HIS WIFE SM TANYA MILLER HAS BEEN ASSIGNED AS
THE MS100 ACTIVITIES OFFICER. PLANNING HAS STARTED FOR 2018 CADET TRIPS
TO THE JAN AIRPORT FACILITY, MEMA (WORKING WITH CAP LT ALLEN ROARK)
AND NOAA (WORKING WITH HYDROLOGIST MARTY POPE). THESE TOURS ARE
OPEN FOR ALL CAP MEMBERS INCLUDING MS-111 AND MS-112.
2. DOWNLOADED ALL AE STEM PRESENTATIONS TO COPY AND SEND TO ALL 15
MSWG SQUADRONS. DVD WILL BE USED SINCE THIS MEDIA WILL BE THE
LOWEST COST TO PRODUCE AND MAIL.
3. MADE A SECOND ASTRONOMY PRESENTATION TO MS100 SQUADRON ON
4DEC2017 AND PLANNED A SKYWATCH NIGHT WHEN SKIES CLEAR. DISCUSSED
THE 9TH PLANET FOR OUR SOLAR SYSTEM THAT ASTRONOMERS ARE TRYING TO
VERIFY. AN ASTRONOMY STEM KIT HAS BEEN APPROVED AND WILL BE USED IN
EARLY 2018 TO TEACH CADETS AND SENIOR MEMBERS ABOUT “HOW TO FIND
CELESTIAL BODIES”.
SEE HTTPS://WWW.SPACE.COM/SKYWATCHING
4.
FTN OBSERVATORY SITE : HALEAKALA MAUI HAWAII

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THE OBSERVATORY SITE ON MT. HALEAKALA IS 10,000 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL.
HERE THE OBSERVING CONDITIONS ARE VERY GOOD AS THE TELESCOPE IS
ABOVE A LOT OF THE EARTHS ATMOSPHERE. FTN SHARES THE SITE WITH OTHER
TELESCOPES INCLUDING MAGNUM, MSSC, SOLAR-C AND MEES SOLAR
OBSERVATORIES.
ADVANCED ELECTRO-OPTICAL SYSTEM [AEOS]
THE 3.67-METER AEOS TELESCOPE IS THE AIR FORCE'S LARGEST AND MOST
ADVANCED TELESCOPE SYSTEM. THIS IS A JOINT AFOSR-NSF INITIATIVE THAT
FOCUSES ON MAKING THE AEOS TELESCOPE AVAILABLE FOR RESEARCH AND
INSTRUMENT DEVELOPMENT. THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI'I OPERATES A HIGHRESOLUTION
VISIBLE
AND
INFRARED
SPECTROGRAPH
AND
SPECTROPOLARIMETER FACILITY INSTRUMENT ON THIS TELESCOPE
2. CAP MEMBERS ARE ALSO INVITED TO IEEE ACTIVITIES WHEN
APPLICABLE.
CAPT RON OGAN CAP
MSWG DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION RTOGAN@ATT.NET
672-0237

CELL 972-

CIVIL AIR PATROL MISSISSIPPI WING
DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION REPORT 9JAN2018
COL HANK ROGERS
COMMANDER MSWG
LT COL EDITH STREET
MSWG CHIEF OF STAFF
DECEMBER 2017 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
1. CONTINUED AEROSPACE EDUCATION TRAINING WITH SM PERRY MILLER,
JAN/HKS AIRPORT ADMINISTRATOR AND HIS WIFE SM TANYA MILLER MS100
ACTIVITIES OFFICER. DOWNLOADED ALL AE STEM PRESENTATIONS TO COPY
AND SEND TO ALL 15 MSWG SQUADRONS. DVD WILL BE USED SINCE THIS MEDIA
WILL BE THE LOWEST COST TO PRODUCE AND MAIL.
2. WORKING ON A PROJECT “ELECTRICAL UTILITY LINE INSPECTION USING
UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS” WITH DENNIS LOTT, HINDSCC UAS AVIATION
DIRECTOR FOR PRESENTATION AT IEEE SOUTHEASTCON2018 IN ST. PETERSBURG,
FL ON 19-21 APRIL 2018..
3. ARRANGING TOURS FOR CAP SENIOR MEMBERS AND CADETS FOR 2018. HERE
ARE THE CONTACTS FOR ORGANIZATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN CONTACTED.
MEMA
2ND
LT
ALLEN
ROARK
CAP
CELL
601-594-5854
MS112PAO@MSWG.CAP.GOV GREG FLYNN GFLYNN@MEMA.MS.GOV NOAA MARTY
POPE 601-936-2189 MARTY.POPE@NOAA.GOV AND JACKSON AIRPORT AUTHORITY
SM PERRY MILLER 601-966-5284 MR.PERRYMILLER@SBCGLOBAL.COM
4. RECEIVED TWO STEM KIT THREE INCH DIAMETER CELESTRON TELESCOPES
FOR SENIOR MEMBER AND CADET TRAINING. MADE AN ASTRONOMY

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PRESENTATION TO MS100 SQUADRON ON 8JAN2018 ON CALCULATING THE
ESCAPE VELOCITY FOR EARTH OBJECTS. PLANNING ON AN SIX WEEK PROGRAM
TO IDENTIFY CELESTIAL OBJECTS USING A TELESCOPE.
SEE
HTTPS://WWW.SPACE.COM/SKYWATCHING
5. CONTACTING THE FIFTEEN SQUADRONS REGARDING THE AEROSPACE
EDUCATION PLANS, STEM KITS AND THE AEM PROGRAM THAT IS AVAILABLE
FOR SCHOOL EDUCATORS.
CAPT RON OGAN CAP
MSWG DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION RTOGAN@ATT.NET
CELL 972672-0237
DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION REPORT 12FEB2018
COL HANK ROGERS
COMMANDER MSWG
LT COL EDITH STREET
MSWG CHIEF OF STAFF
JANUARY 2018 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
1. COMPLETED MY MISSION OBSERVER (MO) AND MISSION SCANNER (MS)
TASKS WITH MAJOR CHARLES WELL III AND TASKS WERE APPROVED BY CAPT
LEE PERRY, MS100 COMMANDER. ALSO, COMPLETED MY AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
(AP) TRAINING TASKS PENDING COMMANDER APPROVAL. AP TRAINING
SESSIONS WILL BE SCHEDULED FOR MSWG SQUADRONS AS NEEDED.
2. SUBMITTED A TECHNICAL ARTICLE “ELECTRICAL UTILITY LINE INSPECTION
USING UNMANNED AIRCRAFT ” WITH CO-AUTHORS DENNIS LOTT, HINDS
COMMUNITY COLLEGE UAS AVIATION DIRECTOR AND WILL PADEN, CEO,
SOARING EAGLE IMAGING, FOR PRESENTATION AT IEEE SOUTHEASTCON2018 IN
ST. PETERSBURG, FL ON 19-21 APRIL 2018..
3. MS100 HAS COMPLETED THE SIX-WEEK ASTRONOMY COURSE USING THE
TWO STEM KIT THREE INCH DIAMETER CELESTRON TELESCOPES. AN
EVALUATION REPORT WILL BE FILED ONLINE ON CAP ESERVICES.
4. WORKING ON THE ANNUAL MSWG ANNUAL PLAN OF ACTION (POA) REPORT
THAT IS DUE BY 31MARCH2018.
CAPT RON OGAN CAP
MSWG DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION RTOGAN@ATT.NET
CELL 972672-0237
CIVIL AIR PATROL MISSISSIPPI WING
DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION REPORT 10MAR2018
COL HANK ROGERS
COMMANDER MSWG
LT COL EDITH STREET

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MSWG CHIEF OF STAFF
FEBRUARY 2018 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
1. COMPLETED MY AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY (AP) TRAINING TASKS WITH MAJOR
CHARLES WELL III AND TASKS WERE APPROVED BY CAPT LEE PERRY, MS100
COMMANDER.
2. FILED AN EVALUATION FOR MS100 THAT COMPLETED A SIX-WEEK
ASTRONOMY COURSE USING THE TWO STEM KIT THREE INCH DIAMETER
CELESTRON TELESCOPES. CADETS AND SENIOR MEMBERS WERE INTRODUCED
TO EARTH ESCAPE VELOCITY AND TELESCOPE MAGNIFICATION CALCULATIONS.
3. COMPILED A NOTE TO MSWG SQUADRONS TO COMPLETE AEO ACTIVITY
REPORTS AND TO CLOSE OUT STEM KIT EVALUATIONS. SEE ATTACHED LIST FOR
OVERDUE STEM KIT EVALUATIONS.
4. COMPLETED OVER WATER SURVIVAL ONLINE COURSE TO LEARN THAT
EMITTER LOCATOR TRANSMITTER ACCURACY FOR 406 MHZ IS 1 IN 10 ARE
ACTUAL DISTRESS WITH 12.5 SQ. NM SEARCH AREA AND FOR 121.5 MHZ IS 2 IN
1000 ARE ACTUAL DISTRESS WITH 450 SQ. NM SEARCH AREA.
5. WORKING ON THE ANNUAL MSWG ANNUAL PLAN OF ACTION (POA) REPORT
THAT IS DUE BY 31MARCH2018.
CAPT RON OGAN CAP
MSWG DIRECTOR OF AEROSPACE EDUCATION RTOGAN@ATT.NET
CELL 972672-0237
3.
Internal Aerospace Education
1. OPEN
External Aerospace Education
1. MAJOR DAYLE ROBINSON
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

MajAl Shiyou
GRADEOpen
GRADEOpen
GRADEOpen
Cadet MSGTRuben Banks
GRADEOpen

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY MONTHYEAR – MONTHYEAR
Director of Cadet Programs
1. Major Al Shiyou has filed monthly reports
2017-2018SER Cadet Advisory Council representatives:
1. AIRMAN MSGT RUBEN BANKS HAS FILED REPORTS
Cadet Conference
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1. OPEN
Region Cadet Leadership School (RCLS)
1. OPEN
Cadet Honor Academy (CHA)
1. OPEN
REGIONCadet Competitionor NA Wing Cadet Competition
1. NA
Director of Drug Demand Reduction
1. OPEN

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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)

Mississippi WingCommand Staff Roster
Wing Commander
Vice Commander
Chief of Staff
Deputy Chief of Staff
Deputy Chief of Staff
Deputy Chief of Staff
Inspector General
Director of Safety
Finance Officer
Government Affairs
Legal Officer

Col David (Hank) Rogers
Lt Col James Wiley
Lt Col Edith Street
Lt Col Al Sayre
Maj Jay Staats
Maj Al Shiyou
1Lt Danny Green
Lt Col Kat Wiley
Col Tillman (Tim) Carroll
Col Rebecca Tilton
Col Tillman (Tim) Carroll

(228) 348-1604
(417) 840-2514
(228) 326-0490
(601) 529-1580
(601) 596-8761
(601) 270-2746
(901) 494-8774
(417) 840-2514
(901) 277-1702
(601) 672-1599
(901) 277-1702

Wing Administrator

Mrs. Kim Eichelberger

(866) 228-5467

Director of Operations
Standards/Evaluations Officer
Aircraft Maintenance Officer
Flight Operations Officer
Cadet O-Flight Officer (Powered)
Cadet O-Flight Officer (Glider)
Chief Glider Pilot
MPPF Officer
Counterdrug Officer
Director of Emergency Service
Disaster Relief Officer
Search & Rescue Officer
Emergency Services Training Officer
Homeland Security Officer
Director of Communications
Communications Licensing Officer
Communications Training Officer
Communications Engineering Officer

Lt Col Gary Hornosky
Maj Jerry Eichelberger
Lt Col Wes Bennett
May Trey Breckenridge
Capt Eric Nelson
1Lt Boyd Robinson
1Lt Boyd Robinson

(228) 342-2981
(601) 688-6614
(228) 217-5337
(662) 312-0091
(901) 485-0135
(601) 622-3955
(601) 622-3955

Maj Dayle Robinson
Maj Randy Broussard

(228) 990-6913
(601) 606-5277

Lt Col Lee Henderson
Lt Col Stephen Warner
Lt Col Garrett Tripak
Maj Gary Turner

(239 398-6481
(228) 806-2769
(251) 391-9386
(228) 623-6475

Maj Ben Nash
Maj Robert Groves

(601) 927-9198
(662) 722-0888

Director of Aerospace Education
Director of Cadet Programs

Capt Ron Ogan
Capt Hugh Sloan

(972) 672-0237
(662) 801-9078

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Cadet Activities Officer
Director of Recruiting and Retention
Public Affairs Officer
Health Services Officer
Wing Historian

Maj Jason Diaz
Maj Charles Wells
Capt Jon Maynard
Lt Col John Hey
Capt Ron Ogan

Lt Col Felix Diaz
Capt Kristy Williams

(228) 355-0648

Lt Col David Smelser

(601) 770-2816

Maj Trey Breckenridge
Maj Brad Haynes

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(706) 536-9177
(601) 529-9259

Maj Rodney Fernandez

Administration Officer
Professional Development Officer
Logistics Officer
Supply Officer
Transportation Officer
Maintenance Officer
Wing Chaplain
Personnel Officer
Director of Information Technology
Webmaster

(228) 861-4826
(601) 940-9656
(662) 617-2944
(662) 453-9504
(972) 672-0237

(662) 312-0091
(770) 568-6872

Unit Command and Staff Listing
(ATTACH COMMAND AND STAFF DOCUMENT HERE)

Squadro
ns

Squadr
ons

Squadro
ns

Squadr
ons

Squadro
ns

Squadro
ns

Squadr
ons

Squadro
ns

MS048: CC
Col
Berta A.
Edge
Comp
Sqdn
MS050 CC
: Steve
Launiu
s Comp
Sqdn
MS051: CC
Singing
River
Senior
Sqdn
MS057 CC
:
Golden
Triangl
e Comp
Sqdn
MS066: CC
Diamon
dhead
Senior
Sqdn
MS072: CC
Pine Belt
Comp
Sqdn
MS075 CC
:
Wiggin
s
Gatewa
y Cadet
Flight
MS096: CC
DeSoto
Comp
Sqdn

Bond

Frink

Pamela

Dwight
D

Capt

Maj

534637

404347

Beach

Diaz

Whitne
y

Harris

Jason H Capt

Clifton
W

Felix

Cathy

James

20

463073

Capt

Maj

501

2216
Lee
Loop

511

571

533553

Lt Col

1st Lt

P O Box Perkinst
134
on

445497

Fontenot, Carroll B 1st Lt
II

Linscot
t

481

661

751

441105

7725
Peabody
Rd

227
Kimber
ly Dr

148129

365265

Oxford

Colum
bus

121
Courtlan
d Dr

365
Wiggin
Highwa s
y 13

961

MS

Oce
Spri

MS

P O Box Pascago
1753
ula

721

5105
Colema
n Rd

M

M

Hatt
urg

MS

Olive
Branch

M

Squadro
ns

Squadro
ns

Squadro
ns

Squadro
ns

Squadro
ns

Squadro
ns

Squadro
ns

Squadro
ns

Squadrons

MS099: CC
Eagle
Comp
Sqdn
MS100: CC
James
McKinni
e Comp
Sqdn
MS102: CC
G.V.
Montgo
mery
Comp
Sqdn
MS109: CC
Vicksbur
g
Composi
te Sqdn
MS110: CC
Charles
S.Metca
lf
Clevela
nd Sqdn
MS111: CC
Madison
Cadet
Sqdn
MS112: CC
John
Tilton
Senior
Sqdn
MS113: CC
Nesbit
Flight
MS999:
MS
Legislative
Squadron

Chittom

Daniel

1st Lt

585148

991

202
Cheroke
e Park

Boo
le

Perry

Lee

Capt

469786

1011

238
Holmar
Dr

Bran

Purvis

Geroge

Fleming

Daneho
wer

Capt

Robert

David

1st Lt

Lt Col

548485

1021

576796

241618

19 Old Laurel
Sanders
ville Rd

1091

1101

M

P O Box Vick
820336
g

1113
Greenw
West
ood
Presiden
t

M

Shields

Maj

564148

1111

152
Woods
Lake Dr

Roark

John A

2dLt

586841

1112

P O Box Bran
2016

Reinhard
t

CC

Charlie

William

Maj

396659

1113

P O Box Sena
212
a

Willis

21

Patricia

Lt Col

543325

9991

Mad

D
e

APPENDIX III: Director of Logistics – Data and Statistics
LOGISTICS
MajKristy Williams
GRADEOpen
CaptRodney Fernandez
GRADEOpen

Director of Logistics
Supply Officer
Transportation Officer
Maintenance Officer

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY OCT2017 – APR2018
Director of Logistics
1. MAJOR KRISTY WILLIAMS HAS FILED MONTHLY REPORTS
Supply Officer
1. OPEN
Transportation Officer
1. CAPT RODNEY FERNANDEZ HAS FILED MONTHLY REPORTS
Maintenance Officer
1. OPEN

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

MajGary Turner
GRADEOpen
GRADEOpen
GRADEOpen

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY OCT2017 – APR2018
Director of Communications
1. MAJOR GARY TURNER HAS FILED THE FY2018 COMMUNICATIONS PLAN
Communications Licensing Officer
1. OPEN
ORMS Officer
1. OPEN
HF Coordination Officer
1. OPEN
Communications Operations
1. MAJOR JIM HARRIS HAS FILED MONTHLY REPORTS
Communications Facilities and Equipment
1. CAPT ROBERT GROVES HAS FILED MONTLY REPORTS

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APPENDIX V: Director of Professional Development - Data and Statistics
Professional Development
Lt ColFelix Diaz

Director of Professional Development

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY OCT2017 – APR2018
Director of Professional Development
1. LTCOL FELIX DIAZ FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED

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APPENDIX VI: Staff Officers - Data and Statistics
Lt ColAl Sayer
Lt ColEdith Street
MajCharles Wells III
GRADEOpen
CaptJon Maynard
MajTrey Breckenridge
ColTim Carroll
Lt ColDavid Smelser
CaptRon Ogan
Lt ColJohn Hey

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

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY OCT2017 – APR2018
Director of Administration
1. LTCOL AL SAYER FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Director of Personnel
1. LTCOL EDITH STREET FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Director of Recruiting and Retention
1. MAJOR CHARLES WELLS III FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Director of Plans & Programs
1. OPEN
Director of Public Affairs
1. CAPT JON MAYNARD FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Director of Information Technology
1. MAJOR TREY BRECKENRIDGE FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Information Technology Officer
1. MAJOR BRAD HAYNES FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Finance - Financial Statement
1. LTCOL TIM CARROLL FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Chaplain
1. LTCOL DAVID SMELSER FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Historian
1. CPAT RON OGAN FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Health Services
1. LTCOL JOHN HEY, MD FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED

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APPENDIX VII: Special Staff Officers – Data and Statistics
1st LtDanny green
Lt ColKathleen Wiley
Lt ColBecky Tilton
Lt ColTim Carroll

Inspector General
Safety
Government Relations
Legal

COMPLETED STAFF ACTIONS CY OCT2017 – APR2018
Inspector General
1. LT DANNY GREEN FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Safety
1. LTCOL KATHLEEN FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED
Government Relations
1. LTCOL BECKY TILTON FILED REPORTS AS REQUESTED AND HELD
ANNUAL BRIEFING WITH THE MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE
Legal
1. LTCOL tim Carroll filed reports as requested

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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
Ron Ogan, Capt, CAP
MSWG Department of the Historian

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