Congratulations to C/SRA Izaiah Laduke for receiving an appointment to the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO. Cadet Laduke will be starting this challenge as he enters the class of 2020 on 30 Jun 2016.
Cadet Laduke has earned a rare opportunity to participate in one of this country’s finest officer training programs. This appointment is awarded to only about 1,200 of the 9,700 applicants. Cadet Laduke’s accomplishments in the Civil Air Patrol, his school, and his life, have indicated his potential to meet the demands and challenges of the Academy. This is quite an achievement for Cadet Laduke and a great honor for the Civil Air Patrol and Red Wing Composite Squadron. Congratulations.
8-10 Apr – SAREX, Crow Wing Sq
9-10 Apr – Squadron Leadership School, St Paul Airport
22-24 Apr – Wing Conference
29 Apr-01 May – Encampment Prep School, Camp Ripley
6-8 May – ES Training, Whitewater State Park
20-22 May – BLACK CAP, Red Wing
23-30 Jul – Encampment, Camp Ripley.
There will be many activities to keep everyone occupied and provide great training. Cadets, if you have questions about these events, see your chain of command. Parents, please call me or 1Lt Oscar Nelson.
Stephen Wall, Captain, CAP
Commander, Red Wing Composite Squadron
Civil Air Patrol
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Memorial Day weekend was busy for the airmen of Red Wing Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol. On Friday evening, the Group IV Honor Guard and cadets and senior members of Red Wing Composite Squadron 104 participated in the Field of Honor presentation at Bay Point Park. The airmen escorted guests and posted flags on the to honor individual veterans.
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