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Wyoming Wings Magazine, August 2007

Wyoming Wings Magazine, August 2007

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Regional Cadet Competition Wyoming Wing Color Guard;Youth Participate in Regional Cadet Competition; New Commander for Wyoming Wing Civil Air Patrol: Col Stanley Skrabut sworn in as newest Commander of the Wyoming Wing; A Cody Mini-Mini SAR Ex “Kinda-sorta-Maybe?”; Prairie Wind Composite Squadron News; Drug Demand Reduction Program; Cadet Basic Training School - President’s Day Weekend 2007; Teaching Squadron Leadership School Through Distance Education; News From The Director of Cadet Programs; Tax Tips for Itemizing Your Deductions; Finally – A Wyoming SAREX; One Memorable Day for a Cadet
Regional Cadet Competition Wyoming Wing Color Guard;Youth Participate in Regional Cadet Competition; New Commander for Wyoming Wing Civil Air Patrol: Col Stanley Skrabut sworn in as newest Commander of the Wyoming Wing; A Cody Mini-Mini SAR Ex “Kinda-sorta-Maybe?”; Prairie Wind Composite Squadron News; Drug Demand Reduction Program; Cadet Basic Training School - President’s Day Weekend 2007; Teaching Squadron Leadership School Through Distance Education; News From The Director of Cadet Programs; Tax Tips for Itemizing Your Deductions; Finally – A Wyoming SAREX; One Memorable Day for a Cadet

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August 2007
 
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The Wyoming Wings is an autho-rized magazine published threetimes a year in the interest of themembers of Wyoming Wing,Civil Air Patrol. The printers
are a private rm in no way con
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nected with the Department of the Air Force or Civil Air Patrol.
Opinions expressed by the pub-
lishers and writers are their ownand not to be considered ofcial
expression by Civil Air Patrol or
the Air Force. The appearance of advertisements in this publica
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tion, including supplements andinserts, does not constitute an
endorsement by Civil Air Patrol
or the Department of the AirForce of products and services
advertised.
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Continued on page 11 . . .
Cmmander’s Cmments
As I sit down to write thisarticle, I realize that it is the 17th
of June, three months to the day
of when I was appointed as wingcommander. A lot has happened in
that short span of time. Let me take
a moment to ll you in.Being appointed as wing com
-
mander was not on my schedule of 
things to do, at least not in this point
of time. However, Col Cook indi
-
cated that he had health concernsand had to step down. Col Chazell,
Region Commander, asked me if I
was ready to assume commander.Indicating that I was, the fun began.Once appointed, I came to the real
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ization that the wing was down tothe last six weeks to prepare for thevery important compliance inspec
-
tion. As a team, we worked onthe various weak areas identifiedin the staff assistance visit. In thebeginning of June, the inspectorscame in and gave us a hard look,and we earned the important grade
of SUCCESSFUL. In short, the
inspectors will not be coming back
anytime soon. They determined
that we are getting the missiondone. I will talk more about theinspection later in the magazine.
Clel sta skrabut, CAP Cader 
Prior to the compliance inspec
-
tion, we were host to the Region
Cadet Competition. Teams fromthroughout the region arrived at
F.E. Warren Air Force Base to takepart in the competition. Each statesent teams to participate, a rst ina long time. A color guard team
out of Cody Cadet Squadron rep-
resented Wyoming. The team wasmade up of the following cadets:
Cadet Chief Master SergeantCorey Zubik, Cadet Senior Airman
Devin West, Cadet Airman FirstClass Kyle Dewey, Cadet SeniorAirman Andy Crawford andCadet Technical Sergeant JosephBernavitch. They did a great job!Speaking of great jobs; Lt Col EricDavis was the project officer forthis activity, he and his team did amagnicent job putting everythingin place to host this great opportu
-
nity… thanks!Also in April, we held
the first SAREX of the season.Approximately seventy mem-
bers from across Wyoming Wingattended the training. Twenty sor
-
ties were own for over 34 hours oight time. Ground teams were out
 
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C/CMSt Corey Zubk
It has been four years since
the Wyoming Wing has par-
ticipated in such an incredulousregional event. However, this
spring the Cody Cadets have
taken on this rollercoaster of 
Reginal Cadet CmpetitinWyming Wing Clr Guard 
high-stress, anticipation, and
fun-fun time. The idea of par-
ticipating in the Regional CadetCompetition (RCC) came intobeing last year. The wing wanted
all or most of the squadrons to
form a team, but this can be adaunting task! Some squadronswanted to compete yet becauseof numbers they where not able
to pull through. For others, it
was merely a matter of not being
able to start. Only one squadron
was able to pull through and thatwas the Cody Cadet Squadron.
Continued . . .

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