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There is a storm forecast for tomorrow. We are still having a meeting but you need to decide if it is safe to travel to the airport from your area. We are scheduled to do drill and if the weather cooperates, we will. Bring warm clothes including coats, gloves, scarves and hats. All are authorized since staying warm and safe is more important than wearing a proper uniform. We are also going to do leadership training and have a course on how to get started in CAP Emergency Services. If you are interested in what we do, please join us!
Ten weeks of planning, design, creation, and persistence, an exploration of aerospace science and history, articulate, professional presentation, and not one, but two cadet-made working wind tunnels. This is what Civil Air Patrol is all about. Congratulations to the hard-working cadets of the Sullivan County Cadet Squadron!
We took a flight in a C-17! Thank you to the 105th Airlift Wing based at Stewart Airport for hosting us. You can read all about it in the The Wayne Independent.
Civil Air Patrol (CAP) is an auxiliary of the United States Air Force. All members are volunteers who want to better our community, state, and nation. At the Sullivan County Cadet Flight, cadets are involved in drill and classes to prepare them for volunteer work (parades, patrols, and more) and for missions (search and rescue, mission scanner, and more), doing their best in the safest way possible. CAP offers activities that members probably won't experience anywhere else. Kids can join as a cadet from 12 to 17 years of age and those who are 18 and older can join as a senior member.
Our meetings are held at the Sullivan County Airport, Thursday evenings from 6:15-8:30. Make the first right off the circle and we meet in building 75 on the left. Park to the left of the building, walk through the gate and enter through the double glass doors. We are on the second floor.
1st Lt Bill Mason
1st Lt Bill Mason