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Lubbock Squadron - Jan 2011

Lubbock Squadron - Jan 2011

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A Weekly Newsletter of the Lubbock Civil Air Patrol Squadron SWR-TX-293 
Edition #10
March 6, 2011
From the Commander 
Well, the calendar is filling up! The squadron trip to Holloman AFB, NM isjust around the corner, the Texas Wing Conference in Ft Worth is 15-17April, and a trip to the WASP museum in Sweetwater is planned for 28 May(the WASP museum will be a very special trip!). Then there are the summeractivities, which include the cadet encampments and the Lone StarEmergency Services Academy.If you are interested in any aspect of emergency services, have a week todevote to training, then LESA is for you. Go towww.LESA1.orgfor all ofthe details.An aircrew from the Amarillo squadron spent their day providingorientation flights for cadets Saturday. Four cadets received their firstflights and two received second flights. The flights were confirmed withthe Amarillo crew Tuesday night but were tentative due to weather. The‘GO’ decision was made early Saturday morning with the weather perfect atboth locations. We really appreciate Steve Crist, Shaun Bowen and BillHarris flying our cadets!
2 Cadets Vernon and Kolas (left picture) and Hernandez and Franco (right) poseshortly before taking off on Saturday for their first O flight (all except Hernandezwho took his second). Cadet Crabb also flew his first O-flight this weekend.Pictures by Maj Kolas.
At this Meeting 
Uniform is BDU’s (2nd meeting)
 2. Meteorological Information
WindyHi69 °F 
 PartlyCloudyLo29 °F
Sunrise: 07:04Sunset: 18:46Moonrise: 08:39Moonset: 22:31
16%) WaxingCrescent
 Chain of Command
 Below is the Chain of Command, as related to the members of the Texas Wing.Cadets should know the name of each person that serves in the positions below
Commander in Chief: Honorable Barrack H. ObamaSecretary of Defense: Honorable Robert M. GatesSecretary of the Air Force: Honorable Michael B. DonleyUSAF Chief of Staff: General Norton A. Schwartz, USAFAETC Commander: Gen. Edward A. Rice, USAFAir University Commander: Lt Gen Allen G. Peck, USAFCAP -USAF Commander: Col. William R Ward, USAFCAP National Commander: Maj Gen Amy S. Courter, CAPSouthwest Region Commander: Col Joseph C. Jensen, CAPTX Wing Commander: Col Joe R. Smith, CAPGroup 1 Commander: Lt Col Debra Torres, CAP
Lubbock Composite Squadron Commander: Maj Richard Kolas, CAPDeputy Cadet Commander 1
Lt Kyle Vernon, CAPCadet Commander: C/1
Lt Cameron Varner, CAPFirst Sergeant: C/CMSgt Ryan Eckles, CAPFlight Sergeant: C/CMSgt Bryce Johnson, CAP
Priority News Items 
Cadet Robert Vernon waspromoted to C/CMSgt atour 1 MAR meeting. Wayto go Chief!

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