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Tweet Tonight cadets had the usual flight time, and were able to practice for the St. Mary’s County Fair Parade. St. Mary’s Composite Squadron hopes to provide a strong image at the parade! Tonight, for the character development class led … Continue reading
Tweet This week, cadets were able to practice their columns in anticipation of the St. Mary’s County Fair parade. The staff spent a lot of time instructing the cadets on how to do their columns properly, so that the parade … Continue reading
Tweet Tonight, cadets were able to enjoy themselves in several bearing tests. Bearing tests are tests where cadets are told to stand at attention, not breaking their bearing. Cadet staff joined in being tested, and cadets were given the opportunity … Continue reading
TweetThis evening cadets were privileged to a class by Col Johnson on radio operations. Congratulations to the following cadets for being promoted to the following ranks: • C/CMSgt Logan Carter Also, congratulations to all the cadets who received awards for … Continue reading
Tweet Tonight, there was a cycling of staff positions. Thankfully, cadets were still able to complete all requirements to promote.
Tweet Tonight, cadets were able to relax a bit during our squadron’s social potluck. Everyone brought food, and we were able to socialize and chat. After about an hour, there was a public speaking class that was able to take … Continue reading
Tweet Tonight, cadets were able to take their PT tests. As usual, this included a mile long timed run, pushups, sit-ups, and a leg stretch. Captain Webster gave a class on DDR, and this time talked about how opiods and … Continue reading
Tweet Col. Trick gave a class on Character Development, expanding upon jobs and potential avenues of life once one graduates college. The class went very well, and cadets were able to learn a lot. Cadets were able to voice their … Continue reading
Tweet Today, Senior Member Lang gave a DDR class, discussing what effects drugs have on you, and how drug use affects your career. Also discussed were the long term effects of drugs on a cadets life, even into adulthood. They … Continue reading
Tweet Tonight, cadets were given aerospace maps and told to find landmarks, our squadron, and other airports. After finding landmarks on one map, they would switch to the next map, and repeat to see what could be found.