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California Wing - Mar 2006

California Wing - Mar 2006

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Civil Air Patrol
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The Official Magazine of California Wing Civil Air Patrol
Plus:• Rough Air Over Riverside• Altoids-Can Engineering Puts DFing in a Shirt Pocket Cessna 182Ts Land in NorCal• Handling Electrified  Emergencies
Dark Passages
California’s Most Perilous Air Routes
Spring2006
10 Tips for SurvivingSummer Encampment
CAWG Cadets Speak Out of School
Into the Mystic Slipstream
The Late Col. Don Towse Let His Soul and Spirit Fly— And Left Us a Lovely Memoir 
 
 Eagle Call
is an authorized publication serving theinterests of the California Wing of the United StatesAir Force Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol. It is publishedby a private firm in no way connected with theDepartment of the Air Force or with the Civil AirPatrol Corporation. The appearance of advertisementsin this publication, including supplements and inserts,does not constitute an endorsement by the U.S. AirForce or CAP of the products and services advertisedherein.
 Eagle Call
encourages contributions from all CAPmembers, military personnel, and related agencies.Material must be original, free of copyrightconstraint, unpublished, and submitted only to
 EagleCall
, which reserves the right to approve, reject, edit,abridge or expand any submission. Features should bediscussed in advance with the Editor, Capt. GregSolman at 213-382-2187.
Submission guidelines:
As a thrice-yearlypublication, the magazine is not suitable for datedmaterial on routine Squadron or Wing activities.PAOs and other correspondents should generallyavoid subjects and styles typical of newsletters. Usethe
 Associated Press Stylebook 
or read the latestmagazine for style points. Never imbed photos withindocuments. Always include contact information at thetop of copy. Email articles, along with .jpg-extensionphotos of 
a
minimum
500K 
to (ideally)
1Mbyteresolution,
to: eaglecall@cawg.cap.gov. Othermaterial should be sent to California Wing Civil AirPatrol, Eagle Call, P.O. Box 7688, Van Nuys, CA91409. For information on advertising rates and spaceavailability, please call 1-800-635-6036.Lt. Col. Virginia Nelson,
Wing Commander
Capt. Frank Geraty,
Director of Public Affairs,Publisher
Capt. Gregory Solman,
Editor
Capt. Chris Storey,
Deputy Director of Public Affairs,Associate Editor
Capt. Sam Seneviratne,
Technical & Scientific Editor
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ON THE COVER
: Photo courtesy of Dale Masters,Great Western Soaring School.
EAGLE EYE2
Dark Passages
Flying California’s Most Perilous Air Routes
COLUMNS
Commander’s Comments
11
 Bird’s Eye View
15FIELD MANUAL17
Breathtaking Ingenuity
You’ll Never Look at Your AltoidsTin the Same Way Again
ES10123
Scorch this Hot Quiz for a Cool Summer 
THE CADET COSMOS27
10 Tips for Surviving Encampment
SAFETY MATTERS31
Separating the Hybrid Hype Facts from Fictio
n
DEBRIEFING35
Turbulence in the Empire
Group 3 ES Airs it Out 
RE:CAP37
 A California Wing Flyby
CAPTAINS LOG49
CAWG Emergency Services bythe Numbers
IN MEMORIAM53
 Air Devil!The Last Tale of Col. Don Towse
GEARED UP55
Hearts of Glass
Think you were envious of squadrons with an aircraft?Wait ‘til you see the new 182s!

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