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Civil Air Patrol News - Jan 2009

Civil Air Patrol News - Jan 2009

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Citizens Serving Communities...Above and Beyond www.gocivilairpatrol.com
FEATURES
2Eye In The Sky
Delaware Wing Provides TrafficReconnaissance At NASCAR Track 
6CAP To The Rescue
 Aircrew Finds Downed Helicopter,Stranded Passengers In Florida Bay 
9Seaplane Mayday
 Aircrew On Routine MissionResponds To Lake Tahoe Crash
10 ACE Liftoff
New Aerospace Education InitiativeEstablished For K-6 Pupils, Educators
14CAP In The Hood
Peak’s Unstable Slopes Subject Of Study Conducted By Geologists, Oregon Wing 
18Behind The Scenes
CAP Assists Tennessee MedicalTeam Featured On ‘60 Minutes’
21On Board
Retired Air Force Officer’s Expertise Extends To CAP
25 A Spaatz Success Story
Former Cadet Says CAP Foundation LedTo Ownership Of Worldwide Companies
28Medal Recipients
CAP Members Earn Congressional MedalFor Outstanding Volunteer Efforts
31New Member Benefit
CAP Cadets Now Eligible ForSpartan College Scholarships
34‘Hurricane Horn’
New York Wing’s Spencer Horn StepsInto The Boxing Ring For Charity 
36Officer Training
CAP Hones Leadership Skills At National Staff College
38Honored For Helping Others
New Jersey Wing’s Ed Rohan ReceivesFour Chaplains Legion Of Honor Award
40 Award-Winning Marksman
Colorado Trapshooting Champ Takes Aim At Future
January-February 2009
42Training Abounds
Preparation By Members Key To CAP’s Success
47 A Role Model
CAP Officer Makes Name For Himself On Big Screen
50CAP Foundation
Support Missions With Charitable Contributions
DEPARTMENTS
5From Your National Commander51Crossword52 Achievements53Region News
SUBSCRIPTIONS
The annual subscription rate is $25. To subscribe, mail a check to
Volunteer 
Subscriptions, CAP Public Affairs, 105S. Hansell St., Bldg. 714, Maxwell AFB, AL 36112-6332.
ON OUR COVER
Civil Air Patrol Capt. Nicholas Kalair, a Gen. Carl A.Spaatz Award winner who is a member of the Michigan Wing’s Van Dyke Cadet Squadron, routinely flies hisown Piper Navajo Twin to tend to his business ventures.Kalair, 30, owns three global companies and is a finan-cial backer for others. He credits much of his early busi-ness success to his involvement in CAP. See Kalair’sstory on page 27. Photo courtesy of Justin Gann.Hannah Kim waits with her second-grade classmates to tossher blue boomerang to mark the nationalliftoff of Civil AirPatrol’s new AerospaceConnections inEducation program.The event, held at San Jose Catholic School in Jacksonville, Fla.,attracted participationfrom 700 K-6 studentsand their teachers.
 
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CIVIL AIR PATROL
Civil Air Patrol Volunteer 
is oriented toward both internal (CAP) and externalaudiences. For that reason, it uses the Associated Press style for such things asmilitary abbreviations. The Associated Press style is the standard used for mostnewspapers and magazines. Official internal CAP communications shouldcontinue to use the U.S. Air Force rank abbreviations found in CAPR 35-5.
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