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Give ’EM the Brick !
Our beloved C/Maj Bacero received notone but TWO gold bricks. Apparently acadet should not kick Lt Col Cotton!
Everyone Loves PT
By: C/CMSgt Luke Rondeau"Good morning cadets; you have thirtyseconds to get outside for PT!" How manyof you have wondered why we do PT everymorning and every evening?C/SSgt Smith at Foxtrot Flight saysthat "PT is a good way to relieve stress."We do PT not only to strengthen our bod-ies, we do PT to learn to motivate our-selves and our fellow flight members, aswell. C/A1C Fillmore, also from Foxtrotsays that "PT is challenging, but reward-ing."Remember, though, PT is very activeand it is important to drink lots of water.Also, stretch out alot during cool-down.That is the most important time to stretch.I'll see you on the PT field. One lastthought..."If you keep your mind positive,you can do anything."
Life on Flight Staft
By: C/MSgt Jake SuszkoClose your eyes, drift off and imaginesome things for a second. You are beingtold to find cadets needing meds from MedBay, SOP your locker, and get your flightto the chow hall in five minutes. This ishow it feels to be on flight staff.When something needs to be done, itworks its way through the chain all theway to flight staff. Moving cadets is ourresponsibility. Waking cadets up is ourresponsibility. Getting cadets in bed is ourresponsibility. We also do all the activitiesand have the same requirements as ba-sics.If you are on staff at your squadron,being on encampment staff is an entirelydifferent beast. It is hard, stressful, and if you don't use your diaphragm, you willhave no voice by Day 3.It is also very rewarding. It is our re-sponsibility to produce the cadets that willlead the wing in a few short years.
Quotes Heard around CLS
“My CLS experience has taught me more inthe past three days than I have learned inthe past 3 years.” –Cadet Serra, CLS “CLS is the best thing a CAP leaders can at-tend if they want to learn how to do their jobas best they can. I would recommend CLS toany CAP cadet” -Cadet Z. Myers, CLS “One recommendation I would give to some-one planning on attending CLS is to not thinktoo highly of themselves because at CLS youare going to learn that you aren’t perfect.Even great leaders will learn somethingnew.” -Cadet Koulchar, CLS “If you are attending CLS- be yourself, re-member your customs and courtesies, useyour time properly and do your best is allthat matters. The most memorable thing thisweek has been the friends I have made.” -Cadet Maciag, CLS “Overall, CLS will challenge you to step outof your comfort zone. You will have tons tobring back to your squadron” -Cadet Kosik
Excellent job keep us all posted on the hap-penings at Encampment...wish I were theretoo! Hi C/Msgt Hanley, hope you are learningtons at CLS, can't wait to see you at Gradua-tion and to hear all your awesome stories!
Hello to Kris and Tim Brown and the rest of the Lapeer Composite Squadron! The Browns
What an awesome day for everyone! Hello toPeter and Jeremiah Kooshian and all of theHudsonville Metro Squadron!
Thank you to all of C.A.P staff for all youhave done and especially those who helpDerek out. You all are truly in a league of your own, and I am proud to have my sonswith this organization!
Susan Klotz Wiggins
Just want to say thank you so much for theupdates and say hello to my son Kyle Wig-gins.
Hello to everyone who rode up with me toAlpena, especially Mary Yaple my daughterand Amanda Shields. Hope you are all hav-ing a great time
WOW! Sounds like cadets are in store forexcitement; enjoy! Hi C/Amn Ansah-Asante!Absorb it all-what great experiences. We arelooking forward to seeing you on graduationday!!!
did Cadet Schelske break any bones yet or isit gonna be tomorrow?