Civil Air Patrol is the civilian auxiliary of the United States Air Force.
Peaks and Planes
is the official publication of theColorado Wing of the Civil Air Patrol.It is published three times a year by theColorado Wing Public Affairs Staff.
Peaks and Planes
is published by a privatefirm which is not associated with theDepartment of the Air Force or the CivilAir Patrol Corporation. The appearance of advertisements for products and services,as well as supplements and inserts foundin this magazine, does not constituteendorsement by the United States AirForce or the Civil Air Patrol Corporation.
Colorado Wing Commander
Col. Earl Sherwin, CAP
Colorado Wing Public Affairs Officer/ Editor
Lt. Col. Mike Daniels, CAP
Colorado Wing Asst. Public AffairsOfficer/Editor
Maj. Denise Thompson, CAP
Article submissions are always welcome.Please send them in Microsoft Word formatto COWG Asst. PAO/Editor Maj. DeniseThompson at email@example.com. Attachphotos (in jpeg format) to your email and makecertain to include full caption information foreach one.
Next Issue Submission Deadline
: November , 202
HeadquartersColorado Wing, Civil Air Patrol79 E. Hamilton Ave.Peterson AFB, CO 8094-303Phone: 79-556-8280Fax: 79-556-686
Peaks and Planes Summer 2012
Col. Earl B. Sherwin, CAPCommander, Colorado Wing
On the Coer:
Alpha, Bravo and Charlie flights from Squadron 1 pose in front of an F-16 during an Air Force Academy tour during this year’s encampment. Photo by Cadet Staff Sgt. Alyssa Letts.
Senator Michael Bennet (center)accepts a Colorado Wing hat during a briefingin Washington, DC. L-R Col. Gary Tobey, Col. Earl Sherwin, Senator Bennet, Cadet 2nd Lt. Noah Gibbs, and Lt. Col. David Novotny. Photoby Lt. Col. David Novotny