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S ATURDAY , 18 JUNE 2011 S PECIAL POINTS OF INTEREST :

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IT BEGINS!
On this day in June, ninetyeight cadets signed up to attend the 2011 NC Wing Summer Encampment. Whether the cadets came to Butner just to be with their friends or if the cadets came to get their Mitchell award is debatable. The cadets who have now been divided into six flights are anxious to get ready, but first, they must unpack, setup the barracks, and study their OIs (operating instructions) before they can learn new things. There are six flights and two squadrons that teach the subjects of leadership, aerospace education, ground team, mission radio operating and flight line marshalling. Each flight does their own unique specialty. Along the way the cadets will be rappelling, challenging the obstacle course, shooting firearms under supervision on the range, and learning team work. The first thing the cadets do at encampment is to report in to headquarters. The reporting procedure is as follows: the cadet must stand in a ripple line

Menu for Tomorrow: Grits Bacon or Sausage Orange Juice

Breakfast: Eggs

Cadet Phillips arrives at encampment

Coffee Lunch: Dinner: MRE’s Virginia Baked Ham Black-eyed Peas Pasta Salad Dessert

in front of the door he or she is entering, the cadet approaches the desk and salutes saying, “Cadet (insert name) reporting as ordered Sir, Ma’m, Sergeant, or Chief.” the officer or NCO then returns the salute and sends the cadet to

the medical desk, medical then checks the cadet’s CAP Form 60 and sends the cadet to the check-out desk to receive the Cadet Handbook. The cadet then departs for his or hers barracks.

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DANGER—

Sunday High: 95F
Partly cloudy with scattered showers and storms possible. Highs in the lower to mid 90s. The showers will be scattered in nature so not everyone will get wet. At least a slight chance for showers and storms is in the forecast for most afternoons through Friday of next week. REMEMBER TO HYDRATE!

P ARTNERS IN T RAINING
The 2011 Encampment is again being supported this year by a wide range of both State and Federal agencies: The North Carolina Dept. of Crime Control and Public Safety; The North Carolina Division of Emergency Management; the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the North Carolina National Guard; the North Carolina Division of Alcohol Law Enforcement, and the Butner Department of Public Safety. These agencies are providing a wide range of activities including firearms training, POD training, fire extinguisher training, rapelling, obstacle course, and others. The North Carolina Wing Aerospace Education Directorate is providing instruction for the newly designated Aerospace Educaton flight, including a model rocketry program, which will see rockets being launched from the landing zone on the 1,000 yard firing range.

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T HE 2011 E NCAMPMENT C ADET S TAFF
Cadet Commander—c/Col Joel Woods Cadet Deputy Commander—c/Maj Christina North Cadet Executive Officer—c/Capt Taylor Huneycutt Cadet Command Chief Master Sergeant—c/CMSgt Jacob Knox Cadet Operations Officer—c/Maj Josiah Gourley Cadet Assistant Operations Officer—c/1Lt Marvin Newlin Cadet Administrative Officer—c/SMSgt Jordan Crawford Cadet Commander Assistant—c/1Lt Jared Mohler Cadet Communications Officer—c/2Lt Noah Hoffer Cadet Logistics Officer—c/2Lt Joey Fisher

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Encampment Site Location: Camp Butner National Guard Training Site 539 Roberts Chapel Road Stem, North Carolina North Carolina Wing, Civil Air Patrol P.O. Box 2082 Burlington, North Carolina

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Cadet Assistant Logistics Officer—c/CMSgt Sean Gettys Cadet Public Affairs Officer—c/TSgt Jonathan Hobbs Cadet Assistant Public Affairs Officer—c/MSgt Isaac Woolsey Cadet Safety Officer—c/2Lt Daniel Everhart Cadet Assistant Safety Officer—c/SSgt Caleb Gosnell

SEMPER VIGILANS ———— ALWAYS VIGILANT

T HE F IRST M EAL OF THE E NCAMPMENT
The 2011 NC Wing Encampment’s first cooked meal went off without a hitch. Well, mostly, save for some scattered plastic-ware. The first meal consisted of baked chicken, boiled potatoes, bread, lima beans, and honeybuns for dessert. Served with this excellent meal was lemonade, iced-tea, and Gatorade. c/Maj. Christina North prepares to receive a plate from Lt Col Lucy Davis, CAP Division, NC Dept of Crime Control and Public Safety. Serving alongside Lt Col Davis are Lt Col Leslie Ingram and Maj. Sankey Blanton. palate once again. Thanks to the generosity of the N.C. Division of Emergency Management, a supply of civilianized MRE’s was delivered on Friday. The selection of tasty entrées included Spaghetti and Chicken Tetrazzina, among others.

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Captain Staples

Moving down the chow-line. Lunchtime brought Meals Ready-to-Eat to everyone’s

Chowin’ Down!

Captain Staples is our new senior staff member for the 2011 encampment. He has been in Civil Air Patrol for 10 years, and he says that the rest of the staff are awesome at what they do and that everything is just squared away.

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S UNDAY , 19 JUNE 2011
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A EROSPACE E DUCATION
New this year at the summer encampment is the Aerospace Education Flight. Cadets interested in AE topics could sign up for this new encampment flight. Hopefully, the wind will cooperate on Friday, 24 JUNE when the launch takes place. Today, the cadets began with an introduction to Model Rocketry mechanical advantage (rubber bands) was demonstrated by launching rockets across the parking lot.

Menu for Tomorrow: (20JUN)

Breakfast: Eggs Grits Biscuits/Bagels Bacon or Sausage Orange Juice Coffee Lunch: Dinner: MRE’s Spaghetti w/ Meatballs Buttered Corn Garden Salad

The highlight of this flight will be a model rocketry launch day on the 1,000 yard firing range here on Camp Butner.

Dessert

and discussing some very historical figures in rocketry such as Werner Von Braun, Robert H. Goddard, Herman Oberth, and others. Practical application of human-powered flight with

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DANGER—

Monday High: 94F Heat Index: 103F
Times of clouds and sun with a shower or thunderstorm around; very hot. The heat index will be a balmy 103. Why balmy and not hot, you ask? Wait until tomorrow….. REMEMBER TO HYDRATE!

M ORNING P.T.
Very few civilian individuals would actually routinely wake up at 6 a.m. to run a mile and do other exercises along the way. Well the cadets and staff of the 2011 encampment sure did! The basics began with a few stretches such as quadriceps stretch, over-head arm pull, and the butterfly stretch. Next, the flights began doing stationary exercises like push ups, sun gods, 8-count body builders. Then the flights and the cadet staff engage in the awesome, circular, and intense mile run! The run was done in formation and with jodies. Thru ought the run the cadets learned team work and the staff learned leadership. The morning P.T. was a big success and no one got injured or dehydrated.

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Q UESTION —
So, the burning question of the day has been, “What the heck are Raisins, Osmotic?” Or, in normal English, “What are Osmotic Raisins?” After an exhaustive search on the Internet, and with Kudos to Capt. Paul Twiddy for providing a Verizon hotspot, Osmotic Raisins are simply….. From Yahoo Answers we get that regular raisins are natural, with no additives. Osmotic raisins are infused with a type of sugar to make them sweeter. But, how do they taste? From Notpurfect.com we get this little tidbit from an MRE review: “The raisins were packaged in a foil container marked “Rasins, Osmotic”. I have no clue how osmotic raisins differ from the ordinary variety; but the raisins were nasty. I couldn’t finish them.” You decide.

S AFETY —
Now we all know the hard reality. Safety is not the reason you are at encampment. It is extremely important though. PT and drill formations are one of the biggest hazards on a daily basis. Risks with these activities are dehydration, tripping, and fainting due to locking your knees. These risks can be quickly and efficiently eliminated with these easy to remember controls. DRINK WATER a lot, yet do not exceed one quart a hour and twelve quarts a day. Watch where you step. You don’t want to be in the sick bay because you fell in a hole. Seriously, do you want to be the one cadet to step into a hole? At encampment? Do not lock your knees. Ever. Always check yourself If you do you will faint and no one will catch you. If everyone follows these simple rules we will have the best encampment ever.

Encampment Site Location: Camp Butner National Guard Training Site 539 Roberts Chapel Road Stem, North Carolina North Carolina Wing, Civil Air Patrol P.O. Box 2082 Burlington, North Carolina

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Semper Hydrate. KEEP DRINKING WATER!!!

SEMPER VIGILANS ———— ALWAYS VIGILANT

L OGISTICS …...I T ’ S WHAT WE DO .
If you are thirsty; we fix it. If you need toilet paper; we fix it. If you need a van; we fix that to. If you need anything; we fix that. Gettys form this year’s logistics team. While it is a smidgen easier since both dorm facilities are right next to each other, the amount of disposable materiel to supply the needs of over onehundred people are not diminished. If Bud Lite could do a bud-lite salute commercial, they should do it for logistics for sure: “Here’s to you, Logistics People…...You suppliers of supplies, You Magicians of Supply…” c/2Lt Joey Fisher updates information on the Logistics Status Board. But seriously, when the time comes for each meal, a cadre of over 140 people must make movements via van to chow. Currently, the encampment is eating chow at Kitchen area A, not far from the dorms, but this will change on Monday to Kitchen Area C, a bit further away, yet will provide a few other benefits. So the Logistics team, and their staff of dedicated senior member van drivers strive to keep the wheels of encampment rolling.

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Major Williams

A week long event such as encampment would not get very far without the vital work that Logistics does to keep all the parts and pieces working and supplied. Capt. Dave Nelson, c/2Lt Joey Fisher, and c/CMSgt Sean

Major Williams is one of the AE (aerospace education) instructors for this year’s encampment. He says that everything is ahead of schedule and that the flight commanders are doing a great job in leading, and that the cadets are eager to learn. He said to sum it all up that encampment is running smoothly. His flight has already finished their solid fuel rockets, he also has a technical rating in public affairs.

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M ONDAY , 20 JUNE 2011
S PECIAL
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C LEAR T HE L ANDING Z ONE !
Imagine if you will, a giant Euro-copter 145 flying out of nowhere and landing in front of you! passes the entire state. The NC Wing 2011 encampment would like to Thank the NCNG for flying the Lakota up to the encampment just for us and for letting us use the Butner training site to let us host

Menu for Tomorrow: (20JUN)

Breakfast: Eggs Grits Biscuits/Bagels Bacon or Sausage Orange Juice Coffee Lunch: Dinner: MRE’s Fried Chicken Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Green Beans Dessert

Well that is what happened at the 2011 encampment! Different from the iconic helicopter of last year’s encampment photo this aircraft is smaller and more maneuverable. The helicopter landed on an established landing zone (LZ) at Range 4 and all of the encampment seniors, cadet staff, and basics alike visited this impressive display of US Army Aviation. The pilot, CW4 Ty Mullins and his co-pilot,

CW2 Joe McCarthy were kind enough to let everyone look inside and see the controls. The pilots said that the helicopter is mainly used for Homeland Security missions, in addition to Search And Rescue, and that where they fly encom-

this year’s NC Wing encampment. Huaaahh!!!

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DANGER—

Monday High: 94F Heat Index: 103F
Times of clouds and sun with a shower or thunderstorm around; very hot. The heat index will be a balmy 103. Why balmy and not hot, you ask? Wait until tomorrow….. REMEMBER TO HYDRATE!

F IRE !
In the blazing heat a brave cadet faces the flames and puts out the fire with the help of Butner Public Safety and a fire extinguisher. Butner Public Safety is a mixture of the police and the fire department. Fire was intense but easy to put out.

Thanks Butner Public Safety!

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N EW M ASCOT
We would like to welcome our new drill instructor.

S AFETY —
O-rides are one of the greatest experiences a cadet can have. There is nothing like flying through the air. Although fun, it is extremely dangerous. The results of an error are catastrophic. But, with some easy to follow controls it can be the best experience of your cadet career. Participate in the pre-flight inspection, maybe you will see something the pilot missed. Always obey your pilot. The obstacle course is a very challenging activity and confidence builder. It is a really awesome activity. However, there are some major risks. Dehydration is the main cause of the majority of the injuries in the summertime. Dehydration can make you do weird things when the brain isn’t receiving the necessary fluids. To solve this simple problem you need to drink LOTS of water while following the limits of one quart an hour and twelve quarts a day. Have fun at encampment, but STAY SAFE while doing

Encampment Site Location: Camp Butner National Guard Training Site 539 Roberts Chapel Road Stem, North Carolina North Carolina Wing, Civil Air Patrol P.O. Box 2082 Burlington, North Carolina

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Sgt. Fist! Fist is an enlisted National Guard dog who is stationed here at Camp Butner. Sgt. Fist now has found a new temporary job as encampment drill instructor. He has marched along side the cadets as they marched and showed them what they were doing wrong. Sgt. Fist is also great at running, tracking, and guarding.

so. Semper Hydrate.

SEMPER VIGILANS ———— ALWAYS VIGILANT

T HE F LIGHT OF T HE F LIGHTS
As mentioned before there are six flights this year. These flights are AE, Leadership, Basic Ground Team, Advanced Ground Team, FLM, and MRO. ground team.

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2nd Lt. Norma Brittain

Echo flight teaches flight line marshalling and over all flight line safety. Golf flight is the Aerospace flight and teaches aviation and rocketry.

Charlie flight teaches basic ground team aka: Gtm. 3.

Hotel flight teaches leadership. Foxtrot flight teaches Mission Radio Operator (MRO) Delta flight teaches advanced

2nd. Lt. Brittan is an encampment TAC officer for Foxtrot Flight and is also a member of NC-170 Brunswick County Squadron. She is also a famous bluegrass banjo player. Lt Brittain has confidence in the encampment staff and says that encampment is tough but is running smoothly.

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V OLUME 2, I SSUE 4

W HO W ANTS T O B E A P ILOT (A VIATOR )?
The Aerospace flight visited the National Guard Aviation Battalion at the Raleigh Durham International Airport to learn more about Army Aviation. While there, they met Maj. Hill flight line for a tour of a real AH-64 Apache attack helicopter! The cadets were tary pilot training and aircraft facts. This was cool, fun, and informative for future pilots and anyone

Menu for Tomorrow: (22JUN) Grits Biscuits/Bagels Bacon or Sausage Orange Juice

Breakfast: Eggs

ARNG and Chief Warrant officer McAughliffe, ARNG. After the lecture, the flight moved out to the

able to see inside this legendary aircraft and observe all the awesome instruments on board. The cadets not only saw the Apache but they also learned about mili-

Coffee Lunch: MRE’s PICNIC! ! Dinner:

interested in joining the armed forces and specifically Army Aviation. Once again we thank the NC National Guard for their help.

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DANGER—

Wednesday High: 97F Heat Index: 105F+

5...4...3...2...1 L IFTOFF !
The Aerospace flight got to launch their Titan model rockets on Range 3 and what a launch it was! The rockets went high, fast and did their stuff. All the cadets and seniors loved launching the rockets and making up challenges for prizes. Cadet Hobbs with the Public Affairs team launched a rocket (named the PAO), and won first prize in the highly envied closest to the launch pad on landing contest. The PAO is on display at the command post for scheduled viewing. NOTE: Please make an appointment first before barging in.

Partly cloudy, hot, and humid with highs in the mid 90s to around 100. There is a slightly better chance of seeing isolated afternoon thunderstorms this afternoon. REMEMBER TO HYDRATE!

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A IM , F IRE !
The ALE (Alcohol Law Enforcement) has introduced to our encampment the class EBR (Evil Black Rifle): THE AR-15!

S AFETY —
Now it is supposed to be 97 degrees Fahrenheit on Wednesday so put on some sun block and stay cool. Also no hazing, whether you are staff, a cadet, or even a Senior hazing will not be tolerated. An individual caught hazing will be sent home from encampment. Remember, Semper Hydrate!

Encampment Site Location: Camp Butner National Guard Training Site 539 Roberts Chapel Road Stem, North Carolina North Carolina Wing, Civil Air Patrol P.O. Box 2082 Burlington, North Carolina

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Cadets and Seniors both got a chance at shooting this awesome weapon with a high-tech holographic sighting system.

Also on the Range please follow instructions before shooting. We do not want to clean up the mess which once was a person. Semper Hy! Do it or die!

SEMPER VIGILANS ———— ALWAYS VIGILANT

Hey ladies! Check this baby out! The AR-15 platform has been in service since the 1960’s.

Please step away from the target Sir!

P OD CLASS
“Next car come in please.” Lt Col Beckett’s POD class (points of distribution) was a learning experience in disaster relief. First a vehicle gets directed in by the traffic group, second the vehicle stops and is loaded with MREs and water; finally the vehicle is led out and another group takes it’s place. this kind of business. No matter how hot it was the cadets still moved pallets of supplies with the pallet jack and also carry over 20 boxes

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Major Fitchitt

The cadets donned hard hats and reflective vests and had the vehicles move in an orderly line as load them with MREs and water.

Looks as if Capt. Huneycutt has found quite a knack in

a minute! Good job cadets! Now let’s keep it up!

Major Fitchitt is the TAC officer for the advanced ground team flight as well as a van driver. He is from group 5 and is also an ES officer. He is also an active Colonel in the US ARMY. He has been in CAP since 2003 and says that this year’s encampment is running extremely well.

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T IME T O F LY !
The Aerospace flight got to fly a 1:100 scale model of a top notch aircraft. The plane was R/C controlled and each cadet and senior plane glided through the air and flew with a sleekness and charm to it. The single cables, hoses, and rods! The interior of this plane is cool. Flying this plane gave perspective to the cadets of flying a real plane by learning the concept of relative

Menu for Tomorrow: (23JUN) Grits Biscuits/Bagels Bacon or Sausage Orange Juice

Breakfast: Eggs

from the AE flight got to fly

piston engine had a very unique sound to it.A step closer to Surrogate Predator! Nice frame!

Coffee Lunch: MRE’s Chopped BBQ Baked Beans Cole Slaw Dessert Dinner:

wind and the sky environment in 3D. Flying the plane was a little bit of a challenge but once it went up, it certainly went up!

it! The remote control. The

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DANGER—

Talk about a lot of inner aerial support with servos,

Wednesday High: 97F Heat Index: 105F+
Partly cloudy, hot, and humid with highs in the mid 90s to around 100. There is a slightly better chance of seeing isolated afternoon thunderstorms this afternoon. REMEMBER TO HYDRATE!

O DE T O O SMOTIC R AISINS
Oh Osmotic Raisins: you are always in my lunch. Oh Osmotic Raisins: you are processed by the bunch. Oh Osmotic Raisins: you were deformed by a nuke. Oh Osmotic Raisins: you make me want to puke. Oh Osmotic Raisins: you are much lower than gruel. Oh Osmotic Raisins: Al Qaida thinks you’re cruel.

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DDR
In this course cadets and staff alike learned of the dangers of substance abuse and driving under the influence of drugs.

S AFETY —
Today we will be having the Rappel Tower and the obstacle course. Please follow instructions that are given to you by authorized personnel before doing an activity. At the Rappel Tower follow the lessons taught by the instructors unless you want to fall or pull a Maj. Wiggs upside down gag. On the obstacle course there will be no running or going to the obstacles that have caution tape around it. Each flight and staff member can go thru the course ONCE! Anyone caught breaking any of the rules will be excused from these activities. Also for advanced ground team remember to wear sun block and check yourselves for ticks and watch out for snakes and poison ivy. Remember, Semper Hydrate! Semper Hy! Do it or die!

Encampment Site Location: Camp Butner National Guard Training Site 539 Roberts Chapel Road Stem, North Carolina North Carolina Wing, Civil Air Patrol P.O. Box 2082 Burlington, North Carolina

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The cadets also tried on a pair of fatal vision goggles to simulate the effects of drugs and eyesight. It was for the cadets to stumble along and learn what drugs do to people and why we should avoid them at all costs.

SEMPER VIGILANS ———— ALWAYS VIGILANT

Imagine driving with this vision!

B UTNER P UBLIC S AFETY P ICNIC
It is an encampment tradition that on the 4th day of encampment our sponsors throw us a huge picnic! We The picnic was provided by Butner Public Safety (a mixture of the police and fire The cadets and seniors had a blast as they ate and played games like ultimate Frisbee and capture the flag. We

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Lieutenant Colonel Davidson

did not have the picnic at our regular dining hall instead we had it at the recreational area surrounding the serene and tranquil Lake Holt!

department). The entrees included hotdogs and hamburgers with potato chips as the appetizer and various types of sodas for drinks! Sure beats those MREs right?

again would like to thank Butner Public Safety for catering this event and also all our sponsors involved in making this year’s encampment on of the best in years.

Lt Col Davidson is the safety officer for the 2011 NC wing encampment. He is also one of the van drivers for this activity. Lt Col Davidson says that this year’s encampment is really fun because it is safe. He also says that if something is safe then it is a lot more fun.

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