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Lubbock Squadron - Mar 2011

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Civil Air Patrol - Texas Wing
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A Weekly Newsletter of the Lubbock Civil Air Patrol Squadron SWR-TX-293 
Edition #13
 
March 27, 2011
 
From the Commander 
We have some work to take care of during this Tuesday’s meeting! We will beginour Wreaths Across America campaign very early this year by requesting localbusinesses to sponsor wreaths through a mass mailing. The letters are printedand folded, so all we need to do is stuff envelopes and affix mailing labels andstamps – roughly 1600 of them. Hopefully, by getting an early start and adifferent strategy we’ll be able to place wreaths on all veterans’ graves at the Cityof Lubbock Cemetery. Thanks to Lee Little Soldier and Robert Johnson for alltheir work on the letter, and to the rest of the staff for proof reading the letter.The business addresses are from the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce Directoryand the city’s list of top 100 businesses.The Texas Wing Conference will be here sooner than you expect. Registrationforms are due to me this Tuesday so that the squadron can pay the fee.Upcoming activities in May include a Search and Rescue Evaluation (SAREVAL)and a visit to the WASP Museum in Sweetwater.I would like for each of you who are ES qualified or a trainee to review the ESregulation CAPR 60- 3 to refresh your memory. Also, check your gear to ensureyou are ready to deploy. There has been an increase in activity in Group 1 thisyear with missions near Amarillo, San Angelo, Presidio, Ft Stockton, and, ofcourse, here in Lubbock. This may not be indicative of a trend, but we shouldalways be prepared.
 
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At this Meeting 
1. BDU’s PT Test!!2. Meteorological Information
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, CAPLubbock Composite Squadron Commander: Maj Richard Kolas, CAPDeputy Cadet Commander 1
st
Lt Kyle Vernon, CAP
 
Cadet Commander: C/1
st
Lt Cameron Varner, CAPFirst Sergeant: C/CMSgt Ryan Eckles, CAPFlight Sergeant: C/CMSgt Bryce Johnson, CAP
 Tuesday
MostlySunnyHi67 °F 
TuesdayNight
 PartlyCloudyLo37 °F 
AstronomyData
Sunrise: 07:39Sunset: 20:01Moonrise: 04:49Moonset: 15:57
MoonPhase
 (17
%) WaningCrescent
 
 
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Priority News Items 
1. April 14-17th 2011 is the Texas Wing Conference.There is a Conference fee of $95 for Seniors and $55 forcadets that will cover Friday evening’s Commander’sReception through the Banquet on Saturday night for allmeals and seminars. For cadets, there will be a Military BallFriday night. Cost will be $15 single and $25 a couple. FMI:
 
http://texaswingconference.technologyguild.net/ 2. Our Squadron earned a AFA Scholarship of $250.00 to allowsenior and cadet members to travel to Sweetwater, TX tosee the WW2 Women’s Aviation Museum. Congrats to MajLittlesoldier and Cpt. Maroste for making it happen. This tripis set for 28 May.3. LESA is also approaching. 18 – 26 June.
 
http://www.lesa1.org/ 4. It appears that Texas and New Mexico have changed theirSummer Encampment Schedule
Texas 25 JUNE 02 JULY @
Camp Bastrop $140http://www.texascadet.org/Summer_Encampment.html 
 
POC for Rides: 1
st
Lt JohnsonTexas is now accepting applicationsDeadline is 1 MAY 2011

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