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THE ENCAMPMENT Post

Capt James Ridley, CAP- Public Affairs Mentor C/Capt Andrea Parker, CAP- Public Affairs Officer in Charge C/1st Lt Paul Dowty, CAP C/MSgt George Ogorodnik, CAP

Picture of the Day

Delta Showing Some Motivation
Drill Card for Monday
Left Face About Face

Encampment Meets Cadets Spiritual Needs

Captain Thomas LeBeau, CAP is a Methodist pastor in civilian life, but at the New York Wing Encampment he is simply known as “Chaplain.” Today, Chaplain LeBeau ran Forward March the Protestant service in the mess hall. His message was a simple one; that of the Good Samaritan. Dress Right Dress Chaplain LeBeau wasn’t the only one Ready Front preaching at encampment. In the aero-med building Quotes of the Day Father Peter Russo ran a Catholic service for all “Knowing the alphabet, we have a long way to go for dinner” those who wished to attend. -Submitted by an anonymous Golf Flight cadet “Lieutenant Martin is a fuzzy teddy bear with a deep voice.” -Command Staff Those who simply didn’t want to attend a religious service, whether the Catholic one in aeromed, the Protestant one in the mess hall, or the Jewish service off base, spent time within their flights.

THE ENCAMPMENT Post
Capt James Ridley, CAP- Public Affairs Mentor C/Capt Andrea Parker, CAP- Public Affairs Officer in Charge C/1st Lt Paul Dowty, CAP C/MSgt George Ogorodnik, CAP

What is Up with the Weather?
Monday, July 22

General Information
Officer of the Day: C/2dLt Ambar D Durango, CAP KP Duty Breakfast-Golf Lunch- Executive Dinner-Charlie/Delta

High: 84oF Low: 67oF

Chance of Rain: 30% Isolated Thunderstorms

High: 84 F Low: 67oF

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Chance Rain: 30% an of interview with Isolated Thunderstorms

Meet the Deputy Cadet Commander
C/2d Lt. Michael Martin, CAP

What drives Lt. Martin to return to encampment annually? “The reason I return to encampment every year is because of the cadets, the difference that I can make in the lives of the in-flights, that is why I return to encampment, I do it to give others the chance to experience what I have at encampment. I like to make a difference.” That is one of the things that make Lt. Martin seem truly committed to the Civil Air Patrol program, and more importantly, the in-flight cadets.

Golf Flight Prepares to March