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MD-332 Command

Commander: Major Steve Weinhold

Aerospace Educationcation: Maj. James Novitski

 Public Affairs Officer Capt. Sherrie Weinhold

Finance Officer: 2d Lt Sherry Moitoza

Deputy Commander of Cadets 1st Lt Joshua Klosterman

Cadet Commander: C/CaptLt Katherine Weinhold

Maryland CAP
CAP National HQ

July 2018 by

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Welcome to Civil Air Patrol!

Thank you for your interest in Upper Montgomery Composite Squadron, it is a privilege to have you here. My name is C/2dLt Katherine Weinhold and it is my honor to be the cadet commander of this squadron. As the cadet commander, I lead the cadets and oversee the general cadet program. I look forward to having you join the ranks of our fine cadets!

Being a cadet in CAP has been one of the greatest decisions of my life. The program offers an enormous amount of opportunities that you simply cannot find anywhere else. Our three missions: aerospace education, emergency services and cadet programs offer a wide variety of experiences to choose from. If you belong in the sky, aerospace education can get you there through orientation flights, rocketry, and solo school. Solo school is a cadet special activity that can help you in getting your private pilots license. If

you prefer to stay on the ground, emergency services can teach you how to aide in disaster relief, find missing persons and learn how to survive in adverse conditions. Our final mission, cadet programs, is the overarching mission for the rest of the opportunities for cadets in civil air patrol. Some examples of cadet programs are encampments, national cadet special activities, speak off and so much more. This mission focuses on training the future leaders of America and developing the countries youth to be the best they can be.

If you apply yourself to this great program, you will gain a wealth of knowledge. You will learn how to follow and work with people you have never met before. These people will teach you the value of comradery, teamwork, and respect. On your way to becoming a leader you will better yourself as a person by learning how to boost your confidence, have better communication skills, and become more focused and organized. Finally, Civil Air Patrol is a great place to meet people who you will form deep connections and unforgettable memories with.

I have loved being a part of this squadron and I know that you will to. Again, thank you for your interest in our squadron. Once you join, you will have specific people to help you with any questions you may have. Until then, feel free to contact us. I hope to see you at our squadron meetings soon!

Civil Air Patrol, the longtime all-volunteer U.S. Air Force auxiliary, is the newest member of the Air Force’s Total Force, which consists of regular Air Force, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve, along with Air Force retired military and civilian employees.
CAP, in its Total Force role, operates a fleet of 550 aircraft and performs about 90 percent of continental U.S. inland search and rescue missions as tasked by the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center and is credited with saving an average of 78 lives annually.
Civil Air Patrol’s 56,000 members nationwide also perform homeland security, disaster relief and drug interdiction missions at the request of federal, state and local agencies. Its members additionally play a leading role in aerospace education and serve as mentors to more than 24,000 young people currently participating in the CAP cadet program. 
Performing missions for America for the past 75 years, CAP received the Congressional Gold Medal in 2014 in honor of the heroic efforts of its World War II veterans. CAP also participates in Wreaths Across America, an initiative to remember, honor and teach about the sacrifices of U.S. military veterans.