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Texas Wing - Jun 2007

Texas Wing - Jun 2007

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sUMMER 2007
In this issue . . .
Tigerhark Honor Veteran . . .
Wing Conference 2007 . . .
Flight Line Marhaling . . .
. . . And Much More! 
 See Story on Page 3
Tigershark Composite Squadron Cadets with DCC 2d Lt Brent Jones (right rear).
Wings Over Texas 
is the autho-rized publicatio of the TexasWig Civil Air Patrol. It is pub-lished b a private firm i owa coected with the UitedStates Air Force or Civil AirPatrol Corporatio. The opi-ios expressed i the articlesad advertisemets i this mag-azie are the sole resposibilitof the cotributors ad i owa costitute a edorsemetb the Uited States Air Force orthe Civil Air Patrol Corporatio.
Texas Wig, Civil Air PatrolUSAF AuxiliarP. O. Box 154997Waco, TX 76715Please sed articles ad digitalphotos for publicatio to:
Please do ot isert thephotos ito the articles,rather make the articles adphotos separate attachmets.
C J R. Smh
Commander, Texas Wing 
Maj Parca P. Darby
Editor, Wings Over Texas 
For information on Advertising Rates and Space Please Call 1-800-635-6036 
Feb. 28; Jue 28; Oct. 28
Coloel Joe R. Smit, Texas Wig Commader 
Texas Wing Commander,Col Joe Smith 
The Today Show has a regu-lar segment entitled “Where inthe World is Matt Lauer?” TheToday Show host travels to dif-ferent locations around the worldand reports the news and informa-tional pieces about the local areaor country he is in that day. I’vebeen in the Texas Wing for justover two months now, and I seesome similarities. Unfortunately,I can’t compare myself physi-cally to Matt Lauer. He’s younger,slimmer, and not “folically chal-lenged” like I am. But I can relateto his occasionally grueling travelschedule. I’ve made a concertedeffort to get out and meet as manyTexas Wing folks as I possiblycan. Since the Wing Conferencein April, I’ve been to the WacoSAREX, Amarillo Flight Clinic,Unit Commander’s Course inDecatur, Group III CommandersCall and CAC meeting in Addison,the SAR Evaluation in Houston,Low Level Survey Mission inWichita Falls, Flight Academyin Houston, Cadet Encampment,GSAR, Communications School,and PAO Academy in Paris, aparade in Richardson, and an SLSin Austin. I have not been able toget to San Antonio or South Texas,yet, but I did spend some qualitytime with several of their GroundTeam Leaders at 0:00 AM a weekor so ago when I was IncidentCommander of an ELT mission
Where’ Col smith?
 just north of there at BulverdeAirpark. There’s plenty more of Texas to visit and lots more TexasWing volunteers to meet, and Iplan to keep doing that. The scen-ery changes quite a bit betweenWichita Falls and Houston. Theyhave a lot more green on that sideof the state. But, one thing doesn’tchange no matter where I am.Everywhere I go, I meet a lot of great people, who are in CAP forthe right reasons, and are doinggreat things for our organization,our state, and our Nation. I want tothank them and YOU for contrib-uting so much to our Missions forAmerica. Together, we are mak-ing a difference. I look forward tomeeting each and every memberof the Texas Wing, and hope tosee you at an activity in the nearfuture.

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