2011-03-03 / Happenings

EARNING THEIR STRIPES



Civil Air Patrol cadet members of the AuSable Valley Cadet Squadron were recently recognized for their achievements. To earn promotions cadets must pass physical fitness tests, written leadership tests and (in most cases) aerospace education exams and be actively involved in character development classes. Pictured are (back row left to right) Character Development Officer Ron Voelker (level one certificate), Senior Airman Judy Wright, (certificate and ribbon for outstanding cadet of the squadron), Cadet Airman First Class William Buckles (first flight certificate), Cadet Airman Allen Meyer (first flight certificate) and Safety Officer Senior Member Robbin Meyer (level one certificate); and (front row) Squadron Commander Lt. Col Betty Dumont and Cadet Airman Eric Stone. CAP is the auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force. The AuSable Valley Cadet Squadron meets Wednesdays at 6 p.m. in the new General Aviation building at the Grayling Army Air Field. Call (231) 775-4594. (Courtesy photo) Civil Air Patrol cadet members of the AuSable Valley Cadet Squadron were recently recognized for their achievements. To earn promotions cadets must pass physical fitness tests, written leadership tests and (in most cases) aerospace education exams and be actively involved in character development classes. Pictured are (back row left to right) Character Development Officer Ron Voelker (level one certificate), Senior Airman Judy Wright, (certificate and ribbon for outstanding cadet of the squadron), Cadet Airman First Class William Buckles (first flight certificate), Cadet Airman Allen Meyer (first flight certificate) and Safety Officer Senior Member Robbin Meyer (level one certificate); and (front row) Squadron Commander Lt. Col Betty Dumont and Cadet Airman Eric Stone. CAP is the auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force. The AuSable Valley Cadet Squadron meets Wednesdays at 6 p.m. in the new General Aviation building at the Grayling Army Air Field. Call (231) 775-4594. (Courtesy photo)

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