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Flight over The Boneyard

1st Lt Roger Aylstock got to fly over the USAF Boneyard while flying his Cessna 172 from Southern California to Texas in December. The 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (309th AMARG), often called The Boneyard, is a United States Air Force aircraft and missile storage and maintenance facility in...
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Throwback Thursday with Major Matthew Congrove

Welcome to our ninth installment of our Throwback Thursday feature. If this is your first time vising our Throwback Thursday feature, be sure to check out the others by clicking the Throwback Thursday link in the “Categories” section to the right. Today we feature Maj Matthew Congrove in pictures from...
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C/SMSGT Wilson Solos!

On Saturday, 24 October, C/SMSGT Wilson was able to solo! He has been taking lessons at Black Hound Aviation at the San Marcos Airport and his flight instructor is Capt Urquiola, the Deputy Commander for Cadets for our squadron. C/SMSGT Wilson soloed in a Cessna 172 and immediately afterwards, Capt...
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Lt Col Mike Duc Participates in Air Force Officer Flight Training Program

Lt Col Mike Duc, our squadron Standardization/Evaluation Officer, just returned from a week in Indiana where he participated in the USAF’s Rated Preparatory Program (RPP). The RPP provides accelerated instruction that identifies future pilots, navigators and other crew members to help address the Air Force’s potential pilot shortage. The program...
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Throwback Thursday with 1st Lt Roger Aylstock

Welcome to our eight installment of our Throwback Thursday feature. If this is your first time vising our Throwback Thursday feature, be sure to check out the others by clicking the Throwback Thursday link in the “Categories” section to the right. Today we feature 1st Lt Roger Aylstock in pictures...
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Throwback Thursday with Lt Col Doug Dudley

Welcome to our seventh installment of our Throwback Thursday feature. If this is your first time vising our Throwback Thursday feature, be sure to check out the others by clicking the Throwback Thursday link in the “Categories” section to the right. Today we feature Lt Col Doug Dudley in pictures...
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Cadets Use PT Challenges to Keep Themselves Fit

The TX-435 squadron cadets have turned to innovative ideas to help keep themselves physically fit during this pandemic. The cadets are using various PT Challenges to encourage members to keep up their physical fitness training. The most recent of these was a Pushup Challenge where cadets took a short video...
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AF Tongue and Quill is a Valuable Resource When Writing

Are you looking for a good guide on writing more effectively? Do you want your speech or presentation to have more impact? Do you want to understand verbal and non-verbal cues when speaking? Do you need ways to overcome anxiety when giving a presentation? Do you need to know how...
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Five Squadron Cadets Working Through CyberStart Game

The CyberStart game is a cyber security training tool for young adults. This tool is full of challenges that test the student’s persistence and research abilities when facing authentic cyber security tasks. Players become an agent for the virtual Cyber Protection Agency, where they embark on stopping criminal gangs who...
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CAP 2020 National Conference Registration Now Open-AND IT'S FREE!

Civil Air Patrol’s National Conference has gone virtual and it’s FREE to attend. The virtual conference will be held August 14-15, 2020. During this two-day event, you have an opportunity to connect with fellow members, learn from subject matter experts and hear from outside speakers. In addition, find inspiration and...
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