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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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What we do!

CAP Cadets follow a self-paced development program to prepare them for increased responsibility, leadership, and academic & physical success.  Our Seniors encourage, guide, and support the Cadets through this program.  
Leadership

 

Attitude, Core Values, Responsibility, Personal Skills, Critical Thinking, and Delegation...   ...these are the areas in which CAP Cadets develop as they progress through the Cadet Program from learning to leading to commanding. 

 

Learn to Lead Texts and Resources

Stripes to Diamonds - requirements for promoting

Emergency Services

 

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Physical Training

 

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Aerospace

 

Individuals: Independently, Cadets study various aspects in aerospace, from the basics of flight, to space, to weather...  These lessons are found in the "Aerospace Dimensions" series Cadets receives upon joining and must pass tests on to promote.  Additionally, there are a number of resources Cadets and Seniors can study on their own - teacher curriculum is available as well.  Click for Educational Products  

A keystone of the CAP Cadet program is Orientation Flights  (O-Flights) in both powered and glider aircraft.  These are actual flights taken in CAP aircraft flown by CAP pilots.  The pilots follow a curriculum to ensure Cadets receive specific instruction for each of the 3 powered and the # glider flights they take.

Resources for pilot / flying lessons are available to CAP Cadets....

Squadron: As a squadron, one night a month is generally devoted to an Aerospace Education lesson.  MD-332 recently completed a Rocketry unit, consisting of studying fundamentals of rocketry, and building & launching rockets.  Many of our cadets earned the CAP Rocketry Achievement.  Finally, we host aerospace-related guest speakers & demonstrations, and take local trips. 

Outings

 

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