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After hours, cadets atd homework. Here Jacob Pooler (California) and Michael Blackey (California) work on assignments for the next day.

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Every evening the cadets and instructional staff mel in civilian clothes and had discussions of ethical questions. Here is an example of an evening discussion circle. In front are cadet officers Ryan Mayfield (California) and Christopher Wiesinger. From left to right in the back are: Mike Hipp (Washington) Jared Olson (Oregon), Shannon McCarty (Nevada), a visitor for the evening Andrea DiGiantomasso (California) and Michael Blackey (California), Kelly Vilven (Oregon), Jayson DiGiantomasso (California), and Maj. Michael Kathriner. a ontinu d ...

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Laptop computers are an optional pert of the equipment list. If a cadet did not have one a computer was available In the COBC meeting room. Here cadets Kirsten Lyon and Tamara Stuart (both of California Wing) work on an assignment after hours.

Cadet Michael Alvey (Oregon) receives one of the many papers the cadet officers completed from instructor and curriculum creator. 1Lt. Jim Harrer and Maj. Michael Kettinner. The paper was one of many the Cadet Officers completed as part of their studies during their COBC experience.

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Cadet Alex Shakiba (California) working on an assignment during a break from the classroom.

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Cadet Kelly Vilven (Oregon), Christopher Wiesinger (California) and Michael Alvey (Oregon) work on a project together. Cadets learned as much working together as they dtd working individually during COBG.

Matthew Maurice (Oregon) and Ryan Mayfield (California) participated in role playing actiVIty as the other cadet officers look on waiting for their chance to participate.

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Kirsten Lyon (California) gives a presentation to the class. Each presentation was cntiqued by the other Cadet Officers as well as the instructors. Feedback was always constructive and helped the cadets learn not only how to give a presentation but how to actively listen and learn from one.

Cadet Tamara Stuart works with instructor SSgt. Brock Woodward of the California National Guard as he teaches the officers a class on uniforms and inspections.

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COBC - Cadet Officers taking part in beach games. Here they are trying to fill a leaky trash can with water. Photo by 1sl Lt. Audrey DiGiantomasso.

COBC - Cadets take part in beach games where they learned cooperation and had fun in the sun too. They are attemting to fill the bucket with water by passing wet sponges to the back. Photo by 1st Lt. Audrey DiGiantomasso.

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Cadets collect tags from the participants at the end of the Miramar Marine Corps Air Station 5 and 10K fun run. Photo by 1Lt. Audrey DIGiantomasso.

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Cadet Amanda Madrid of Squadron 47 learns about the instrumentation in this simulator durmg a tour of the CVN74. Photo by 1Lt. Gina Gray.

Cadets on Squadron 47 bivouac learn about constructing shelters no prefabricated shelters for them! Photo by 1Lt. Gina Gray.

Cadets Andrea DiGiantomasso and Roger Day hand out medals to the young finishers at the Tot Trot at the Miramar Marine Corps Air Station 5 and 10K fun run. Photo by 1Lt. Audrey DiGlantomasso.

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Ci il Air Patrol s Calif rWing held its annual nferen e and ward Ban uet at tb Concord Airport heraton Hotel n -1 pternber, 2 Appr i mat Iy 25 f the Wing. more than 3 5 0 members attended. e eral d z n Wi ng member gathered n Frida . Septern r . Bra la n the new Nati nal AP I gistic pr cedur . to allow th m LO r qu t federal urplu it m . Lt. 01. P ggy Myrick led the la and ih n L m rning wa urpris ed with the Wino taff Member f the Year Award for h r work helping the Win s to comply with the many I gisti directi e and inspection over the past y ar. On aturday m rning the Wing foil wed CAP traditi n by b Jding the C nferen e G neral e i n aL:O M. Ma. ter of Cerem nies M j. Jim Robert, n. called m re than 20 Wing member and guest t order to wat h a Cadet Color Guard p st the c I r . CIMSgt. Aura Gregory .ornmand d the Color Guard whi h in Iud d CIMSgt. J hn Nenni C/M gt. T re a Stull and C/Sgt. Ke in Church, all from Diablo C mpo ite quadron 44. Chaplai n Capt. Charle Ingram gave th in ocati n. 01. arl Car th r th evada Wing Commander, war the fir t peaker. He thanked the alif rnia Wing for it pirit f cooperati 0 ver the p 'l year

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e emplified by its qui k I an of a Ce na l B? to Nevada Wing when the Silver late had a temp racy hortage f aircraft available f r CAP mi . in. [ate enat r Di k Rain y 7th Di trict) r ad errificate fR gniti n frail the Wing', work don for alif rnia durin the past year. The Vice-M y r of the City of Concord Laura H ffmei. ter, read a Pr clamation pass d unan im u Iy by the ity ouncil c Dgratulating the Wing and pecially the CAP unit in Concord, quadr n 44. A Pr lamati n wa al 0 read from the State sembly n b half f tate emblyman T m T rlak n IIth Di trier) in honor of the Win. Lt. C 1. Randy Mathis, U AF th new Pa ifi Liais n Regi n ommand r. and I. Mike Pannone, AP Pa ific R zion C mmand r, introdu ed their taffs and both mad many positiv comment about the Wing s a rnpli hment 0 er th past year. The Wing mmander I. Larry Myri k, spoke about where the Wing ha be 0 and wher it was going. Lt. CoL Ned Lee. Wing Dir ct r f Cadet Program reported n the cad t ac mplishmenu ov r the pa t year. Mr. t v William. the n w P, In. mplo ee a the Pa ifi R gion Dir t r f Education intr duced A i ted by C 1. Pann n.

I. Myri pre. erued veral ati nal Merit ri u ervi e Award to Wing m mb rs: Maj. Dana Br nner for C unterdrug rvice. apt. arol Ed ward' for Wing Headquarter S rvic . Maj. J hn H It and Capt. Mi hael Watkin f r d eloping n w heck pil t pr gram. I I. William Ruwe f r ser ice a cadet commander at Nati nal Blu Ber t/Oshk sh 199 . Maj. James Ro ert on f r Wing Chief of Staff s rvic . alif mia Wing C rnrnanders mmendati n were announc d r r utsianding er ic betwe n July I and Juri 20 0 ~ r Cadet Michael Blacke • Cadet Suzann Bulichi, Cadet Heather 0 k, apt. J epb Dirnento. apr. Carol Edward' ad t rin England. ~IPl. teph n England, ad I Tia Fl w r . Cad t Thorn Go kel ad t Ke in J hn t n, ad t Kirsten Ly n , Cadet David Mend. adet Melis a Mu 11 r, Cadet Lau renee Pai k ad I William aunder. Capt. Donald Springer, Lr. CoL D nna Staff and Capt. R gers Walker. alii mia Wing C rnmandrs mmendati n f r pe i 1 duti in the pa L y ar wer announced for Maj. Richard De a lr (Gr und Search and Re. cue Training: I John ton. Capt. adet Brian Reisd rf. and adet Du tin Wo dford 199 ad t En ampm nt Vide : CICo1. Brian D nnell (Wing En ampment 2 mrnander ; ILt.
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Cadet Offi er Baour e Curri ulum . ILt. Gina Martyn-Gra lA E ~O 0): and Lt. I. D' Ann Ch st r Wing Aer spa e Dire tor duty. A. the Wing' v n Gr up mmander watched fr m the head table, Col. M rick and Col. Pannone pr nted th Wing Award. f r ut tanding er ic in v ral ateg ri ba ed on o rninati n fr m each Gr up. ad I Jose M dina q 51. Gr I. Outstanding Cad t
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welcome to Ii ten to their d libratio n . CAP-U AF fficer and 0 held me rings for me larg numb r of Air Fore per, nnel attending th nference. Wing Hist rian Maj. harlcs Wie 1 rganized a CAP history e hibit nd Lt. I. Liz Blak y managed the CAP k ~ reo At 6:00 PM. art nd and their gu t gathered f r a r plion b f re the e ening ' banqu l. Banquet peak rs were I. Pann n f the Pa 'iii Regi nand 01. Phil Or hong of Oregon Wi ng. who wi II take mmand of th Pacific Regi n in 0 t ber. Se ral California member w r ree gnized f r having earned Nati nal r Pacific R gi n ward: u I. G rgia ranklin, PACR/AE, Nati nul Brewer Anniversary Award. Chaplain ru. I. J hn W. Berger q Gr 2, Pacific R gion Chaplain of the Year. Maj. William umming CAWG/DOV. Exceptional S rvi e Award. 2Lt. Mark Cn. well, NCA E 20 erviee E ceptional S rvic Award. Two Wing memb r who earned the highest CAP aw d. f r eni r Memb r and ad t Trai ning w re pr . ented with their certificate: the Gill Robb Wi! on Award t Lt. I. J ' pb Orchard and the paatz Award to CICoi. Laura Par n. Cadet ody pt n wa pres nt d with the melia Earhart ward for ornpleting Phas III of the ad t pr zram. nnual Wing award for the m st Out tanding Squadr D went t L sAng I ad t

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the activitie. that took place during Aer . pa e Edu ali n Lime at meeting are: "Crowd Plea 'ing Glid rs" glid r made ut of f am meal tray), B ttl R k t , Meal Tray Boomerang, and "Ski GI ve. and pa e uits' ader di ered ju t h w diffi ult the a.'I1' nauts have it when they are wearing the bulky. pa e uit t lay an repair thing in pace). In addition t th a tivities at the meeting they participated in a day-I ng Aero pace Education Day wher adet launched E te Alpha III ro ket . Squadron 47 had an additi nal day-l ng a tivity that had cad l. h aring a Ie tur n enter of Pres ur and enter f raviry andth n giv n the pp rtunity to de ign th ir wn b ttle rockets. One they had their b ule ro k t de ign omple Led the de ign wa mer d in a . pe ially de igned computer pr zrarn that w uld predict how th if r ket would fly. After g uing lh input rom the mputer th cadet were given an opp rtunity t make chanzes. inally, th m ment f truth arri ed, they g t t laun b their rocket . After some very succes: ful bOLlI r ket launches the cad ts rna ed 10 the o ean id Airp rt wher they were treat d t an rientati n t ur faR bin on R44 Helicopter. apt. Randy MClure ha been flying in e J 97 and h taken n the Aero pace Educati n mi.. i n with a pa: i n. Hi philo ophy for ero pace Edu ati n

can be ummed up ith tw word: - "HANDS ON". U' cadet can touch it and can really get inv I ed with the a rivity, it work 1 And the aden not nly I am th n ept but they rally und rland thi . Capt. McClure b se ativiti with the phil s phy th I if it i e citing to him, it will probably b e i ing e the cadets. And judging by th u c· f the quadr n 47 Aero pace Pr gram. il I k like he' right.

tw large office areas. During the erem ny, Maj r Jean du B i , quadron ommander pr nted pe ial Certificate f Appreciation to the vi iting dignitari . and t numerou. local busines owner wh gener u. Iy d nated time and material. In addiii n Major du B i pr emed : pecial recognition award. to Maj r Haney Pack and ILt. Ja k Kilpatric for their untiring dedi ali n t in ure th ompleti n f th bu iIdi ng proj ct. The quadron has future plan. t build a hangar ne I t the h adquarters and with the pr ent f ur sl I aircraft parking area will rnak lhi urea th pr rnier p rational facility in CAP Calif rni Wing.

New Headquarters For Squadron 126
Diana Ward On aturday. January 27. 2001. hasta Comp sit quadron 126 held an pen Hou and o di ali n r m ny at their new Headquarter Bui ldins 1 cared at Redding Municipal AirporI. Alth ugh high wind. n a bright unn day forced th proeding in ide, it did n t dampen the pirit r th appr xirnat Iy 2 vi. itors in attendance. basta heriff Jim P p war a k d t giv th inv ali n. Se era] peial dignitari s ere in attendan e and they in luded the H n rable Mauri e Johanne: sen. California tale Senat r from the 4lh Dit trict. Lt. C I. Mike Pruzak. United State Air F r e Liais n Offic r, Major Denni Parham. Commander. Group 5 and Mr. R dOing 1', Manag r, Redding Muni ipaJ Airp ft. The new bui Iding measure 30' x ' and ha a larg meeting ro m. a mali me ling r m and

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2Lt. Andrea Binder hin C del quadr n _0. along with quadr n 6 and 8. parti .ipated in the annual R ktrv Organizati n f California' l Zth annual three-day r ket launch h ld in No mber during Veteran"s Day weekend at the Lucern Dry Lak Bed. Braving t rnp rature of I d gree during the night and 45 degree during the day, the die-hard R keteers accompli. hed all requirement: for their r kerry badg . The Rocketry Org nizati n f California ha monthly launche bUI twi a year it be orne a thre -day event. Many ro ket of all hape and ize. can b . een. A p pular r ket i a ba ketball t y x made by Little Tykes. mal ha b en mad int a r ket with thre pole I g . It land p rfectly every time. Many Crayon" in banks find th msel e with ro ket motors in erted into the bottom of their bank. S me rockets are ver Continu d ...

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mGH POWER RO KETRY
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During thi three-day launch many high-powered r cket are launched. Tb e rocket vary in m t rs fr m ize J La M. Th e every minute f high-p wered thru l. Chin adet quadr n 20 has been participating in the r ket laun he for ver two year . During the weekend the ader w rk on rocket and have a ro kerry la. La earn their rocketry badge . Over 25 adet have ompleted th ir r quirernenu for th ir r kerry a g . A P pular vent during Lhi w ekend are the night launche . ILl. John Bind r a hi v d hi Le el 1 cerlifi ali on thr uzh Trip Ii I t N vember and in then ha a r cket that is ailed the

ceo fully rec vered it e ery tim . He i urrently working n a . e nd high-p wered ro ket that he can qualify in June f 2 I for his Level 2. I 0 during the wee end Chin adet Squadr n 2 ha taken the ti m to do s me ELT training and perf rm tlag retiring eremonie in their campfire. Many ad L have ne er een a flag e retired, and thi ha been a great wa f r them t participat and learn how to care for the

Am ri an Flag. After the ev nt all the a eu and. enior member a.• i. t the rock try lub in cleaning up all the launch pad and contr I cables. A a r ward fi r their a itan e th hold a raffle of all the n n-claimed prize. 2Lt. Ira Ro enberg from N rth Orange County Composite Squadron 56 won a fiv -f l r ket. l l.t. J hn Binder. CISrA Mi ha I J hn on. and CIB Travis Chri ten en w n rail 'y tern C r th ir r kets. CIA Adam S hmidt won a $50 gift certificat f r Aerotech pr du t . crrSgt. J nathan S hmidt w n a five-f at rocket and CIA Stephen Noriega w n a $12 rocket with a recovery y tern. Thi three-day rock t launch i fun and a great way f r cadet to 'ee all the differ nt siz and . hapes tha; ro ket an be mad into. They al 0 ee that if y u don't put it t gether the rre t way r I ad a mot r the c rre t way how all the hard work th y put int it an g up in m ke. Chino Cadet Squadr n 20 prom te Aer pace Education thr ugh m el r k try and c ntinue LO hav a bl t of a time in the de ert.

M' lur wa award d the chola hip after he attended a Civil Air Parr I Flight Academy for Gliders thi ummer. He wa ch nb the night in truer r at the academy f r hi impr vement and enthu ia m f r flying. The AOPA creal d till pportunity speci fically for ader member f th Civil ir Patrol wh attended Ci il Air Patr I Right A ademies. Cadet 2d Lt. MClure repre ented th California Wing a ell a his Civil Air Patrol Squadron 47. the kyhawk , which meet at the Marine Corp. Camp Pendlet n, alif rnia. Thi scholar hip wilJ all w Cad t MClure to c ntinue hi. glider flight training as a step toward hi g aJ f attending th nited tate Air For e Academy. Kyl ha een an active mernb r of the Ci il Air Patr 1 Cadet program f r three year. and i the Cadet D pury mmand r at hi home unit. Cadet McClure plan t ontinue in the CAP and ha. :et hi g al to participate in the Internati nal Air Cad t Exchang rnplete all achiev memo in th adet Pr gram and earn th highe t Cadet Award the ad A. paatz. quadr n 47 is very pr ud of Cad t McClure!

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California Cadet Awarded Flight Scholarship
Cadet 2d Lt. Kyle McClur of Calif mia Wing quadr n 47 ha received one of eight Top Pil t Flight ch larships awarded (hi year by The Aircraft Owner and Pilot As ociation (AOP . adet

Chin Cad t quadr n 20 w recently int [vi w d on the 59th anniv r ary f th rnbing r Pear.l Harbor. On Dec mber 7. 20 pr du er Li a R rick with the I al public televi i n tati n KVCR inter iewed Chin Cadet quadran 20 n what make up Civil Air Patr ] and what we ffer today' y uth in cadet programs. I u. Rick K ntz, omContinued ...

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QUADRON 20 V R TELEVISION INTERVIEW on tinued mand r for Chin Cadet Squadr n 20, couldn't make the intervi w 0 I Lt. J hn Binder, D puty C mmand r for th S uadr n. . poke about the three mis. i ns of Civil Air Patr I and the hi lory f ho ivil Air Patrol tarted ju t .h rt ly bef re the om ing r Pearl Harb r. hin adet quadr n 2 is h a ily int preparing for ernergene er ices. Ov r the pa l month eight adets and on seni r member became NSAR certifi d: CI M gt. Chris Matt. on, I M gl. Shil h Davi, IMSgt. Daniel Carv r. ClMSgt. Jonathan chmidt IA I Da id . eran, IA Th mao IAI

Maj r H ward LaPi rre. Inland mpir Gr up 3 Commander. and t. I. Fr d Mahaden, C WG PAO. wa also pre ent during the int rvi w pr viding m raj supp ft. In addition w at reque ted that Maj r Tim Parks, APRAP officer for Chin Cadet Squadron 20 and T gt, Ralph G dwater. a rent additi n t th CAPRAP

and radi cla that Chin Cadet quadron 20 will be offering in the pring. ILL J hn Binder pride himself n getLing the training that the cadet need r want. I LL Rick K ntz the rnmand r for Chino adet quadr n 20 j plea ed n h w much th squadr n ha grown and keeps growing. He sp ak highly f hi. eni rand cadet taff and is very pr ud of all of hi cadets. 2Lt. Andrea Binder . lip. eery n e in awhil and call the cadet "kid:' ILt. Ri k

At thi pint in th int r i w Capt. B b Miller CAWG Ground Op ration om er, poke ab UI the aspe ts [Emeraen y Serices and the vital role that i il Air Patr I ba t play. C I. Kaufman and Capt. Don pring r fr m R dland Seni r uadron 5 gra i u I.. fI w the corporate aircraft in to Chin , irp rt t be u ed as a back drop fr m th inter i w.

great .dditi n l the program. ILt. J hn Binder mrnented on how hi quadr n pr mote aer space with the m del r cktry program and eel' in the Emergeo y ervic pr gram. With w rking in th se two area ad L Pr gr m fall int pIa e and rytbing run moothly. hin adet quadron 2 m tt t ry tart. Here", and it definitely de. The, quadr n's e ond M it hell adet I _Lt. Mindi Updegraff graduated in June of 2 0 and w nt dire tly t We t Pint. She is UIT ntly n th college pi t I team and has d ne ery well in addition to her acad mics. Maj r Tim Park r marked that Chin ad t Squadron _0 ha S III thing 'sp cial". He ha seen many quadr ns and h r marks how mu b quad r n _0 adets ant LO b h re and h w mu h they hav fun. T gt. Ralph Goodwater al 0 aid the arne thing and be I oks f rward L the furure Wildern s, Fir. t Aid la

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and Fred Nelon left Hemet airp rt t c ndu t a ramp check 31 Bar t wand begin an aerial .earch in the high pro ability area . Lt. I. Joe Orchard d parted Tehachapi with a AP aircr \I l loeat an aircraft m rgene beacon ignal beard earli r in th mornins in mountains under the mi ing M n 's r ut f tli ht. The. ignal ill ed b fore it could b I cated. Thr ugh late m rninz. radar data wa. proces ed. It indicated the m r probable la t kn wn p ilion f the pilot wa ab lit 45 miles .outh f La Vega.. F r th la t fifteen minut of the pr bable flight tra k, there wer onl thre radar ontacts, Radar c verag in that area i limited at the altitude the target was flying. lmm diat Iy aft r the finaJ radar data a.' proce .. ed, ILt. Terry Pratt ILt. Jeff Knapp, and apt. Mark R bin n or the Wing' squadron at Redlands were wheel up t fl ver the pr bable la t known radar p sition f the Mooney. Nea.rly a d zen ther California CAP aircrews ere put on standby (0 as ita needed. A La. 'VI gas Merr P Ii e heIi pi rcr w I cat d the mi ing Mooney in Calif rnia ab ut a mile and a hall fr m the alifornialNe ada b rder, appro irnatelj . even mile fr m the last m t pr bable radar p iti n for the Mooney. Th Las Vega. p lice crew We • ar hing the high pr babi Iity ar a in clo e coordinati n fir. t with the AP airel' w fr rn Hemet and then the aircrew fr m Redland: which dir cted a ali~ rnia High ay Pair I h licopter t the -i te after th La Vega crew left the area. A an Bernardino ounty h riff b Ii pter had a1 0 been flying in th area. an Bernardino County heriff p kew man Cindy Beavers

Fr inaer

tated the police belicopt r rew report d t h "Wr ckage wa . pread out ide area." There were n urvi or . Maj. Wayne tuart r the Wing' rural Cat Group 4 erved a. incident ornmander to ordinate all ear h eff rt.. CAP u ed three aircraft 12 personnel, and 0 wi. h ur nth ear h.

and m xed quarter checks area.

ving map. with GP they . ignal in thr e and a h urs and mpleted ramp at all airports in the search
th

California Wing Searches For Missing Cessna 182
On December 2 in the late evening. California Wing was t ked to arch for a Ce na 182 with ne aboard. It bad dropped df radar during an in trumeru approach iru Petaluma Airport during instrurn nt onditi n wbile n an instrurn nt flight plan. Petal uma i appr imately 45 mile north f San Fran i . Before fir t light. a tw -rnan CAP gr und team led n rna C unty Sheriff d putie thr ugh den fog and difficult terrain to the rni ing aircraft. The piJ t had not survived. Th Civil Air Parr I was alerted to the rnis ing aircraft nearly three h ur after it dr pped IT radar. F g in the ear h area pre luded the u e f air raft. Federal auth ritie gave Lt. El lis dwin. the earch incident rnrnander, three set" of. atellite coordinat for a beac n ignal a. the earch opened and later two more all within 55 mil s of the mi sing aircraft. LL Udwin ked titre highly e perien ed gr und team mernb rs t b x the emergency ignal. Major' Frank Duarte and J e Lawrenc tarted fr m the s uth, and Maj. Jan 0 trat tarted fr m Lh east. With the help of directi n finding gear. ell phone . radio •

Lawrence and 0 trat began a f ur h ur bike toward the beacon ignal with two Sonoma County h riff earch t am member .. Maj. Duart rved as CAP liuion with th omoma h riffs Inident C mmand P st trailer, whi b w br ugbt to tbe neare ,t driveable road in the final earch area, Maj. Lawrence reported the pr eded with the Sheriff": team equipp d with wire and b It utter t g t through the many cattl fen and gale in the area. "It w pit h bla k. m on or 1 with the fog;' he aid. The mi. ing Ce na with an a tivated ELT was located at nearly the 1 ' level f S n rna M untain.

At 2:30 A M. Major

Cessna Search Turned Over To Coast Quard
On Tue: day January 16, California Wing wa . put 00 alert f r a mi ing Ce na 172 with one aboard. The air raft had depart d Concord Bu hanan iel the frem on before. Initial inf rmati n indi ated the pil t went n a local flight. rnewhere between Lake Tah ,Vi ernite, M nterey. and Mend ino. Whil the FAA pro essed radar data t reduce th earch area, tbe California Wing launched aircraft fr m one rd, Auburn, Pal All . and M nterey to check n n-towered airport f r sian of the mi. sing aircraft and t ndu I electr . ear he. fran emergen y a on ignal in th Continued ...

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Capt. Randy McClure and Capt. George Pruil train cadets from Squadron 47 in scuba techniques during water survival training in a local swimming pool. Photo by Audrey OiGiantomasso.

dr wn-pr ling m th d . The al: C Illp led ill breath-holding ant st and r -j e taught the adet h w to relax in th wat r to av th ir en rgy. adet were aired up and 1 am d 'Buddy" swimrninz techni u whi h taught them t w rk p rativ Jy and ff tiv I with an th r wirnIn r in the water under tre •. Train d Na p r nn I taught th dets h w t us th ing a fl atati n de ice and th r water, urvival

Emergency Services Roundup
oruinued _..

m th d that the Nyu t train th ir wn piI tJ and aircr ws. Tb cad I'" re gi en te t n ari us swimming kill and ugge ti n on impr vern nt in kill u has treading wat rand h w to a' id panic and fatigue while in a water :ur i al ituati n. Th parti iparu w r al a 1 t 1I e their n w kill a th mpleted a hod at r ob ta Ie c ur e with their "buddi '. Th adet m t all halleng gi v n t th m during this r L and gained n w w ter urvi al kills. quadr n 47 and th ead t th I t k pan in thi. a ti ity thank th af ty div and swimmer wh mad thi a tivity p _ ible: apt. Randy M lure, Capt. Mike W d Capt. ric Gr . apt. rg Pruit, 2nd Lt. "D c" Renz. 2nd Lt. d F nell MR. emary Lai M ~ d Wo dward-Panri o . Without d di .at d ni r M mer and lunt r lik the p pie. the a ti itie c uldn t happ o. '::iaIr ~

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Is pr ud to upport the

Bill's Air Center, Inc.
• Annuals • Maintenance • Modifications • Rebuilding· Details 3147 Donald Douglas loop South Santa Monica (310) 397·8183 California City Mun;cipal Airport • is proud to salute and support the fine men and women of C.A.P.!

Serving the area with pridel 707 Aviation Blvd. Santa Rosa

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2505 Cunningham Ave. San Jose (408) 729-5100

Eastern Furniture Co. of California
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Fuel Orders (661) 824-4207 (661) 824-2433 Mojave

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Van Nuys 818-785--5459

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Is Proud To Support The
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We proudly support the men ond women of !he CivIl Air Potrol. I 243 Poplar Dr.

J&K Automotive ." ,.:
Parts & Service 440 . Fortuna Blvd. Fortuna

707 -938-5382
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14695 Mono Way, East SoDen 1209-532·1496

Johnstone Supply
We are proud to sa/ute the lifesaving
work of the Civil Air PatroJl

4IR~R4" ~"lINDER & TURBINE,IN~.
We take this opportunity to thank the California Civil Air Patrol!
818-767 -5000 10959 Tuxford St, Sun Valley

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6681. Shaw, flat B.d., Solen 1209-533-1496

5658 East Clinton Ave. 559-237-9000 Fresno

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Civil Air Patrol Emergency Services In Action - In An Unusual Way
CAP LTC George Link poses with Major General Jang Seek Park, Republic of Korea Army (retired) shaking hands with Cadet Dustin Leicht at the General Patton Airfield Dedication.

Chiriaco Summit Veteran's Day Ceremonies
2U. Kendra Leicht

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Franklin Construction, Inc.
4405 Airport Rd. 530-877-8052 Paradise
JNl'ERNATlONAL SALES e SERVICE 559-781·8604 PORTERVIllE MUNlCIPAL AlRPORT

1250 Aviation Ave., Ste. 110 (408) 295-4144 San Jose

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Napa County Sheriff G07 Simpson & staff Art Prou To Support The Civil Air Potrol!
387 North Warren Bishop (760) 873-4271

A.lrborIl~ EI~ctroIllC$
6365 Freeport Blvd. (916) 42 -3392 Sacramenta

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Serving the Area With Pride and lntegriry

B & D Electric ,
County Road 56
(530) 233·33 12

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1420 Flightline 916-645-6242 ==~

ATKIN AIR

==~ (530) 825-3333 509-725 Stone Rd., Susanville

M"",."j RIBOlt

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Kurtz Aviation
We are proud supporters of our Civil Air Patrofl

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31-426-4129

alui . The Civil Air Patrol!

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(909) 784-1544
4130 Mennes Ave .• Riverside

Williams Tree Service. Inc.
2402 1/2 Chanticleer Ave. Santa Cruz (831) 475-4270

John Wiedmann & Son Inc.
12680 State Hwy. 160 Walnut Grove (916) 775-1525

R Douthit Enterprises. Inc.
760-352-8612

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Best Western
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62.3W. Main, VISalia (559) 732-4561

Proudly salutes the many fine men and women in our C.A.P.

Ralph C_ Brown
INDIO WELDING SIRVICE
818~ IMDUSTRW PUG, SM 11& 1~ I*>

MARINO'§ AUTOMOTIVE MA[HINE §HOP

160-342-8812

Ly-Con of California
(559) 651-1070 8231 W. Doe Ave., Visalia

Mid-Field Aviation
21723 Cerrito Ave.
Apple Valley (760) 247-5166

Atfee

Tl"a,..ortatiO)l

201 S. Warren Bishop 760-873-5838

Pacific Firewood &
2536 Freedom Blvd. 831-722-9663 WatsonviUe

Lumber, Inc.

3501 Airport Rd. (530) 622-1125 Placerville

Yuba Satter AvIation
4843 Skyway Dr. Marysville 530-743-0688

Compliments

of ...

The \Vay Point Care
(05) ·2-35
325 Durl y A e. am ar.IlJ
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Van Dyke Farms
WALTER K. HAVERLAND, JR. IS PROUD TO SUPPORT C.A.P.!
COMPUMENTS OF • • •

Standard Industries
(805) 643-6669 215 E. Rocklite Rd.• Ventura

f,bt,n !Marie ~ gOUrmet 1(jtclit:n fJJuf & fJJatli
2203 'Jo(, Sium

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Civil Air Patrol Corporate Scholarship Program
E r y ar Civil Air Patrol off r h I r hip. t it member and e ery y ar m of the m ney i . not di. tribut d b au member d n t apply. i il Air Patr I mem er hip offer. thi. w nderful pportu nit fr m ney to ntinue y ur ducation and it i f r cadet. AND Humaniti ording r th am unt f rn n y availa 1 in the. h lar hip fund. Ad need U ndergraduate II g h larships danced Undergraduate. eh lur'hip will b off r d a rdinz I th am unt r m n y availabl in th .ch lar hip fund. Gra luut S h lars hip. Graduat h lar. hip. \ ill b offered a c rding to th am unt r m n a ailable in the h 1ar. hip fund. rudenu must h ld a Baccalaureate degree when they gin graduate w rk in th fall f the year f th award.
11chnical/Vocuti nal S h 1-

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n Requirement

Mu t all h r ha e f rwarded [ HQ API PR fficial high h l/c 11 ge


j 1I t f r A ad m i Take me tim t find i a aila Ie and apply. Civil Air Patrol eh lar hip. wi 11 be offered t th • e Cadets and enior members annually wb meet ligibilit r quir m nts. F r AP rporat h lar hips, the numb r f h lar hip nd the d llar am lint f h lar hip hang fr my ar l year dep nding n availa I fund. h lar hip m ni are sent dire Ily t the r ipient and are t b u ed for tutu n, ks, r r m and bard. eh larship Ap lieati ns APF 95, lonz with any. upp rting d umentati n) ar due b I January of each year. AVAILABLE CAP ORPORATE CHOLAR HIP

tat merit ept nee 1'1' m an uccr dited oUeg r uni er ity r ertifi at that applieati 0 bas b n made. Rent ph to in unif rm alta bed t CAPF 5 pplicati n for AP cholarship. tat m nt fr m CAP uad-


ar hip - Awarded t I I ad t and ru r m m He qualified ~ r r intere te in urth ring their du ati n in ur at accredited trad . techali n 'chi . These

3 letI r f re omm mdation. The . quadr n and wi ng mrnander ' . ignatur . ar re uired D a CAPF 95.

urs
u h a, air raft maintenance

airfram t hn log, criminal ju u e. human servic s, and a sociate d gree pr aram . Eligibility CAP cadets mu. t ha e reeiv d the Bill Mit heIJ Award. A P eni r member mu t ha r eei ed the Billy Mit h lJ Award a a ad l r r ceiv th enior Rating in ad t PI' gram Spe ialty Track or the S ni r Training Pr gram. Mu I e a High h Graduat or hold aGED. Mu t b a pled l a 01lege/ ebo I r certi fication that appli ali n ha been made.

mor the applicati n .. Area considered ar a ademi a hi ernent, CAP a c rnpli hm nt and a tivit and tra- urricular acti iti . I ill b ba ed upon tbe r pe tive tanding f appli ants a e .rablisb d by th ir appli ati ns and requir d upp fling do lim nt . All requir d inf rmati n mu. t be, ubmitt d b r re th appli ali n will be 'on idered. It is the

De cription of
Academic Scholar hip Undergraduate C liege h larships - Und rgraduate eholar hip will be ff red in each f f ur di eipline Engin ering. Sci. 11 • Educati n, r

ar su min d n tim .
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(661) 325·6171 3008 SILLECT. 1101, BAKERSFIELD
2389 Rickenbacker Way Auburn ) 823-6204
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CONSTRUCTION CD., INC.
916-395-8993 SANTA ROSA

Bedrock Construction
395 Stanley Road (209) 293-3184 West Point

Thomas Home Center
1685 (707) 839- 222 utter Rd. McKinleyville

(530) 241-4104 LD STREET. REDDIN 6) 9-8_

lD~ AVIATIO I~~

Ehn..s

l.V.Io-t.e1

76 -87 . 1

Bridgeport

Sierra Septic TcmIc Serviee

760-932-7747

Cruiseair Aviation, Inc.

.lU.- Ca.rnCl<JIe
(530) 898-8616

Tltt UttrJlti'JlttSt~rt
36120 Pourroy Rd. Winchester 909-926- 3196

109 Convair Ave., #200, Chico

5024 Dersch Rd Anderson (530) 365-8507

CC

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FlJrtnerS Insurance
2 7 N. th
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51 Pebbl_ Beach Rd.. Avalon/OIO) 510·0648

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(760) 352·3 41

Hemet Rvan Aviation ':_..:
4200 WALDON WEAVER RD.

'fhefil'ionic8 Shop
5041 E.Andersen Ave. (559) 252-7967 Fresno

~. 'M. V'

Hemet
2898 Ramona

909 925-7618

Chuck Hall AviationJ
Montecito Rd. 760-789-8178

Inc.

SUDsblncVlllai.: (ondemlnolDs
22 J Meridian Blvd. Mamm th Lak 0-9 - 3 0

(160) 318-2 41

'&Iidenti.al o'!.:: anuncrda! 'De4PL (jeJU:ral Ciul1 'D¥}illt'£/il

de ofcWJ£iaJM
.lake, ltwludla

93acksl'Leel 175Academy Ave.
BISHOP

91",lolz.
ItlaUL

760-872·1066

Virgil Parrett Field Angwin (707) 965-2411

Mikes Aero, Inc.

Rock Haven Trailer Park
760·376·2339
100 Evans Rd. Wofford Heights

760-934-1154 MAMMOTH LAKE

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F. P. Smith Equipment Co.
3190 Ramsay Road (707) 864·1122 Suisun City

Modoc County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Bruce Mix & Staff Proudly Support CivilAir Patrol!

Hester Robinstm lnmrllnce

760-376-2223 67 Valley View Dr., Kernville

The Kern Lodge

(530) 233-5125

nOSEliT aWAnM AmCnArT ru:rAm
Peter Neumann

Wilguf Fire (ontrol, Inc.
(530) 241-2465 1703 onorna. R dding

ALTURAS

Construction

LONG CABINET CO.

17487 ARDS FERRYROAD, SONORA/L2(9) 532 2910

~OR.4l 4UTO P4RTI
831-438-0123
103 A Whispering Pines Dr. Scotts Valley MONTAGUE - YREKA AIRPORT ROHRER FIELD 530-459-3456
-GUllI. Foed IlICIi FUudlaJ SNNu-

760-375-5945 RIDGECREST LIe. #327613

Lakeridge Marina, Inc.
Worms· Eggs· Tackle ~ 559-787-2506 Sanger ~

BIG AL'$
(530) 342-2122

Mountain Tecb Builders
721 Alpine Rd. Mt. Shasta (530) 926-5863

1844 Esplanade, Chico

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Scholarship Program
Continued ... The deadline for CAP Corporate Sch Jarship i 31 January each year. Each of the top five application cored by th cholar hip ele ti n rnmittee will be awarded a $1 000 USAA cholarship in lieu of the general CAP Corporate Scholarhip.

2. You mu

Renewals
A CAP ch lar hip i a oneyear monetary award and i not aut rnatically renewed each year. To apply for an ther holar hip. you mu t c mplete another CAPF 95 and update all upporting documentation. All of the updated information mu t be ubmitted by the 31 January deadline.

Disbur ement of Scholarship Fonds M rue for
fund CAP ible lized hip ition bard.

h lar hip are ent directly to the member. You are re p nto en ure the money i utimo t efficiently. Scholarm n y may be u ed for tubook and r om and

t maintain an academic and di cipline tandard acceptable to the school college, or uni er ity you are attending. 3. Yi u mu t, if reque Led proide a written iran cript f aU c mpleted c Uege work. 4. Your c ndu t mu t r fleer credit upon the indi idual and Civil Air Patr L Thi include obeying ch 01 poliie and pr cedure and beying e tabli hed law . 5. You mu t be enroJled in a full time cour e f rudy during the academic year for which the cholar hip wa awarded. Wai ver mu t be pre ented to HQ CAP/CPo 6. You mu t ubrnit a eparate CAPF 9 - for each cholarhip for which you are applying. 7. Cadet who will be a enior . member prior to 31 January mu ten ure that your transfer of taru i ompleted 0 that cholar hip can be awarded.

Point of Contact
Send your ompleted holar hip applicati n by January I to: Scholar hip HQ CAP/CPR L05 So. Hansell SL Maxwell AFB AL 36112-6332 If y u have any que lion plea e e-mail cpr@capnhq.gov or all 334.953.4238.

If Y u have any que tion or w uld like any more information regarding Civil Air
Patrol, quadron 47 or thi article plea e feel free to contact: lst Lt. Audrey Dithantomasso Public Affairs Officer

Civil Air Patrol
Squadron

47

(949) 443-1991 or e-mail at audrey@baitleship.org

Conditions of cholarship Awards
CAP Academic Sch larship are awarded under the following conditi n : 1 . College or univer itie that y u plan to attend mu t be accredited by one of theix national accreditation a 0ciation . Techni al/Vocational S hool that you plan to attend mu 1 be accredited and/ r recognized and approved by HQ CAP/CPo

Save thi5 maeazine and when you need a job done, eervice performed or to make a purchase, check back to the advertisers in5ide. They can build you a 5idewalk, fly you in a chartered plane or just sell you a pound of bacon. You name itl You will find they are some of the ereatest people in the state.
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Revegetation & Wildlife Management Center
203 S. Palm Dr., Blythe 760-922-2541

The christmas Shoppe
(530) B89~9627

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Ray's Bar & Grill
Orland
4019 Country Rd. 99 (530) 865-5600

1522 Lincoln Wayl

Auburn

The Reporter
(707) 453-8188 916 Cotting Ln., Vacaville

Ralph Wilkerson
is proud to salute tht lifesaving
dforo oj tbe Civil Air Patrol!

McCormick's
74360 U.S. Hwy.ll Palm Desert (760) 340·0553

Davis Airporter
Advance Reservations Required

Hughes Farms
proudly supports the Civil Alr Patrol

Button Transportation, Inc.
(707) 678-1983 8034 Schroeder Rd. Dixon 3008 Broodway 51.IB, Eureka / (70]) 443·5395 465 N. for.una Blvd., fortuna / (70]) 726·7745

1-800-565-5153

l:i-ridley

530~846~3936

Lee's Concrete Materials
(559) 486-2440 200S.~eSl.Mad~

[Jay-Air. Inc,
6768 Undberg St. Stockton 209-983-1262

Wise flooring & Home fOlhiom

Wat ooville Construction Inc.
75 Aviation Wa Wa enville 831-722-7919

Harley Davidson of Santa Maria
127 E. Main St., Santa Maria

(805) 928-3668

Mickey's Quality Cars
1901 Central Ave. 707 -839-4324 McKinleyville

Evc;t}l- L~

Set"'\l~

1460 CoUi..nl-R~, V~ www.evasllmoslne. com

805-650-6502

Agri Electric
11011 Midway chico 530-342-4203
sal~~h.~~~rnla Civil Air PiiitrolJ ~ •

Brothers Auto Body
645 Eugene Springs

SOllSERV.

INC.

Gatewood Heating & Air Canditioning, Inc.
13086Mono Way Standard 209-532-1473

(831) 422-6473 P.O. Box 3650, Salinas

Screaming Eagle Aviation
805-525-7121
822 E. Santa Maria St., Santa Paula

Bachor Construction, Inc.
(707) 963·7409

R & L Installations
110 N. Sllenaa. Ave••Ste. 101 (909) 116-8198 CoronOll

1295 Silverado Trail, St. Helena

Aberdeen Resort
150 Tlnnemaha Road Independence (760) 938-2663

Corona Municipal Airport
815 CORONA
~u..n.,/!;I(.a.l

w. 6

St. (909) 736·2289
111

Baron Wolman Photography
707-545-1221 P.o. Box 6699. Santa Rosa

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d~l(.vlce.
1015'" 530-4!J8-2111 •

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Albert Stafforini ProDdl,ulutes tlJeCirillir Patro/!
Weath-Aero Company
60 Airport

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(!or.ua

Hollister

(831)637-5534

Colfax Auto Rental
233 South Auburn, '205 530'346-7086 Colfax

W. N. Art Bronze Co.
(559) 268-3426
3640 W. Nielsen Ave' Fresno

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Drive

J. S. West

& Symons

Liquid Petroleum Gas 209-532-7475/S00-540-4484·Sonora

Jay Cbapel
Is proud. to salute tlle nne efforts of tl1e c.l.P.

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CalifDrnia Gald Bnaru Cales
3111

69115 Ramon Rd., Fl Unit 1369, 760-328-3957 Cathedral City

RV Service, Co.
Ralph J. Morrow, Jr.

rlDDSJlmia

(2D1) 7&4-184&

Ivey Ranch Country Club
(760) 343·2013 74580 Varner Rd, Thousand Palms

kif IL. lurphJl

Catalina Cable T. . V
Proud to saJute our C.A.PJ

:/osep.h gox
prourlfy.ralule.r GJiJlf~ir :J'aJrofl

Art'S Carner
661-763-9903 400 Harrison st., Taft

Efird Farms, Inc.
14720 S. Cedar Ave.

Fresno

(559) 864-3682

CALIFORNIA
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PAlM SI'R1lo1GS

EAGLES
760-322-7703
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IN1UH4TIONAl. FLIGHTTlWNlNG AllTlY TIAIL,

Praxis Construction

(707) 963-7202 1310 Oak Ave., St. Helena

For Sale: 1959 Piper Tripacer 160 Completeb' leltond, CUJtam IDtedor. T.T.-I681 850 SII08, NaY·Cam, A.DJ. 1'rIDIpoulier Sbelclon • (530) 221-2640 • $25,000

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The entire cadet training group practices their parade. Photo by 1 Lt. John DiGiantomasso. st

Chino Planes of Fame 2000 Airshow
2L1. ndrea Binder

arch-

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ther nd and 2Ll.

tarred earl riday ILL J hn Binder.

hrnidt. and fiv er ling g neral-purIT wed fr m Mar h tent' came in ery a mplis h d [his ta k in less than thr h ur . At from flight to flight. Map
( ntinue I ...

Chino Planes
ontinued ...

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How long since you have had your tetanus vaccinations updated?
William Hartman ,"Y]'hen y u d ground team w rk f r CAP, nsider thi : (lnfor'" mation brained from RN Maga in Vol. 3, o. ,Jun 20 CI tridium tetani an anaer bie p re-f rrning ba illu , li e In il all ver th w rid. It barmle Iy inha 'it animal and human inte tin and is fund in th if f e .. It al f und in or n treet du t. plint r , felt, pap r. tt n, W 1. and f our nail - dirty r
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Tb rgani: m thriv in the b en e f ygen but an Ii e f r year in it p re f rm, giving it the ability tau di ea e indefinit Jy. Neither ale h I 11 r autoclaving will kill it, but hydrogen peroxi e r i in "can". You only get t tanu: b mine in cant t with the ba iIIi r it p re ither f wh i h can enter the b dy thr uzh a break in the kin. On e in ide, they multiply and cau e I cal infecti n. The incuation time i three t tw ntyn day; averag i igbt. The ]0 r th portal f entry is 1 th N, th h rt r th in ubati n: [he. h rter the incu ati n p riod, the p or r th pr gn is. Va ination ar availabl to adult thr ugh y ur local doctor r linic. PREVENTION i your t urce f pr t ti n. If y ur rec ive an injury reuir a b n.

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