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Author Archives: Andrew Rioux
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.
Tweet Tonight was the anticipated open house! We were able to promote our three aspects of Civil Air Patrol, which are Emergency Services, Aerospace Education, and Cadet Programs. We were able to showcase different parts of those, including our UAS … Continue reading
Tweet Yesterday the UAS team was able to practice at Greenwell State Park, where they went over the goals of this years teams and where they practiced flying a few times. They discussed what was wrong with what they had … Continue reading
Tweet Next meeting, Wednesday 3/29/17, St. Mary’s Composite Squadron is having an open house! Come join us to find out more about Civil Air Patrol! We are hosting at Saint Mary’s County Regional Airport, and are excited to introduce young … Continue reading
Tweet This evening cadets had their monthly PT. This PT consisted of pushups, curl-ups, a sit and reach, and a mile run; along with various stretches. Due to the weather, only the mile run was outside, and the rest of … Continue reading
Tweet Tonight cadets were taught by Captain Webster about competence and integrity. He taught how to be competent, and how to use it in life. He also told how integrity is important to you and others in life. Congratulations to … Continue reading
Tweet Tonight, cadets were able to receive a demonstration of a Calvert K-9 unit. They demonstrated two kinds of dogs, a Bark-and-stay dog and a Sit-and-stay dog. Saber, a sit-and-stay dog, did his job by running to a lost person … Continue reading
Tweet This evening cadets were prepped for their their first assessment on their OIs. They were quizzed on drill, aerospace education, leadership, etc. After the inspection cadets were given a routine uniform inspection. Later, they had the opportunity to listen … Continue reading