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California Wing - Dec 2005

California Wing - Dec 2005

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The Official Magazine of California Wing Civil Air Patrol
Winter2005
 Plus:• Using CPR for Off-Duty Saves• Our Cadets at the Academy• RE:CAP Wing Activities
Flirting with Disaster
What Cal Wing Can Learn From Katrina
Top Five Finds of 2005
 Introducing the ESsy Awards
If You Can’t Buy ‘Em, Build ‘Em
Great New Tricks for DF Sticks
 
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 Eagle Call
is an authorizedpublication serving the inter-ests of the California Wing of the United States Air ForceAuxiliary Civil Air Patrol. Itis published by a private firmin no way connected with theDepartment of the Air Forceor with the Civil Air PatrolCorporation. The appearanceof advertisements in this pub-lication, including supple-ments and inserts, does notconstitute an endorsement bythe Civil Air Patrol Corpora-tion or the Department of theAir Force of the products andservices advertised herein.Materials for publicationshould be mailed to:California Wing,Civil Air Patrol
 Eagle Call
P. O. Box 7688Van Nuys, CA 91409Col. Virginia Nelson,
Wing Commander 
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Lt. Frank Geraty,
 Director of Public Affairs,Publisher 
Capt. Gregory Solman,
 Editor 
For information onadvertising rates and spaceavailability, please call
1-800-635-6036ON THE COVER:
Biloxi,Mississippi, as seen from aCAPflight, post-Katrina.
 By Colonel Virginia Nelson
Commander’sComments
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Col. Virginia NelsonCommander, California Wing
CAP dues for California’s se-nior members changed October 1.Cadet dues remain the same.Did that get your attention?After careful deliberations,the Wing’s Finance Committeedecreased annual dues for seniormembers by a dollar, going from$77 to $76. Here’s the break-down: $35 goes to National Head-quarters (NHQ), $5 is earmarkedfor Pacific Region, and $36 fliesback to California Wing.A little context may be in or-der. Each May, Wing command-ers are asked if they want tochange their Wing’s dues for theupcoming fiscal year, which runsOctober to October. Last yearCAWG raised the Wing portionof senior members dues from $35to $37, which would have mademembership dues $72, or $6 amonth. After CAWG notifiedNHQ of the intended change, theNational Board voted to raise thenational portion of the dues byfive dollars and offered a photoID card for an additional four dol-lars. (As of this writing, the AirForce has not approved the designof the photo ID card, and NHQ isnot accepting applications for this
Credit Due
 Recognizing OurVolunteers in the Spirit of $76 
Continued on page 27 . . .
new ID card until that hap-pens.) That explains why CAWGdues jumped from $70 to $77 lastyear.Where does the CAWG por-tion—around $72,000—of yourmembership dues go? First, CAWGproportionately redistributes $5 permember to each Group headquar-ters to offset their expenses. Andwhile Wing HQ’s building is rent-free, we still pay a substantialphone bill (averaging $350 amonth), subscribe to a DSL, anddisburse for IT equipment upgradeand maintenance. We also pay over$12,000 annual rent for our com-munications repeater sites. We arefortunate to have a full time admin-istrative assistant, Sue Lundstrom,who acts as the Wing secretary andprocesses all of the CAPF108s so
 
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 Brig. Gen. Rex E. Glasgow, Civil Air Patrol’s National Vice Commander—whoresigned his position in November—and Incident Commander during CAP’s Response to Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi, interviewed by Capt. GregorySolman, California Wing Public Affairs.
Flirting
with
Disaster
 In Mississippi, General Glasgow Pulled CAP from the Mud of Inter-agency Indifference to theTerra Firma of Life-Saving Ops
EAGLE EYE 
DEVASTATION BELOW: 
A CAPflight’s view of Waveland.

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