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15 DEC 2014 Attention to Orders, Officer of the Day, Detail of the Day

posted Dec 11, 2014, 7:06 PM by
All members should plan to attend this week's meeting to maintain safety currency. If you are unable to attend please inform your element leader then login into e-Services and complete an online safety briefing. 

New senior members are encouraged to review the online information about the Chuck Yeager Aerospace Achievement Award. The test is open book. Earning the award will demonstrate your commitment to one of Civil Air Patrol's three main missions. 


By order of the Squadron Commander:

Safety & ES Briefing Weekly Squadron Meeting
Burke Lakefront Airport (BKL), 1501 N Marginal Rd, Cleveland, OH 44114

Officer of the Day
1st Lt. Randy Ayers
Cadet TSgt Anthony Matousek

Uniform of the Day
Cadets BDU Sleeves down. 
New cadets without BDU uniforms should wear Blues (short or long sleeve)  with tie
All cadets should prepare for uniform inspection and Cadet Oath
Seniors BDU or BBDU sleeves down or Corporate Work Uniform (Blue Polo). 
All members wearing any USAF style uniform must meet USAF grooming standards.
Members wearing any uniform must comply with CAPM 39-1: Uniform Manual. 
Senior members who have not completed Level One should dress business casual (khakis or chinos with a button down or polo style shirt.)
Please no jeans

Emergency Services/Safety
Schedule for Weekly Meeting on Monday, Dec 15, 2014
1850-1900 Sign-In/ ID card Check/ Medical Emergency Forms Check (Element Leaders)
1900-1910 Opening Ceremonies/ Uniform Inspection (Flt CC or Flt Sgt)
1915-1930 Flight Commander’s Time (Drill & Ceremonies) 15 min
1930-1940 Break 10min (Wingman)
Emergency Services/Safety 70 min
1940-2020 Safety Briefing: 40min ALL MEMBERS MUST ATTEND
2020-2050 Activity: ES OPS QUAL OVERVIEW of Flight Line Marshaller, Mission Staff Assistant, Mission Radio Operator
2050-2100 Commander’s Call 10min (Sq CC)
2100-2130 Squadron Commander’s Open Office


Cleveland Lakefront Thunderbirds Composite Squadron 236