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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
TweetTonight, C/CMSgt Bush and Krall gave a presentation on the Honor Guard Academy. The Honor Guard Academy’s objective is to provide leadership training to cadets that will enable them to implement the Honor Guard Program within their individual wings and … Continue reading
TweetTonight, St. Mary’s Squadron met at the Patuxent River Naval Air Station Drill Hall to perform PT. PT began with the one mile run, followed by the push-up, sit-ups, and the sit and reach. Afterward, cadets played a competitive game … Continue reading
TweetTonight, Cadets spent a majority of their flight time working on drill outside. After flight time, C/CMSgt Morgan informed the cadets on his experiences at Hawk Mountain Ranger School. He has gone twice and returned this year as a field … Continue reading
TweetTonight, the meeting started out with C/2ndLt Rioux receiving the Billy Mitchell Award. The first milestone of the Cadet Program is the General Billy Mitchell Award, which is earned after the completion of the first eight achievements of the cadet … Continue reading
TweetTonight, cadets returned from encampment and shared their experiences with fellow cadets. To prove their knowledge, cadets were tested on memory work, which includes the cadet oath, honor code, core values, and CAP founding date. Being in Dress Blues, there … 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