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official "I'm here!" thread.

Started by whatevah, March 24, 2005, 04:52:08 am

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Briski

Quote from: Sfugate2007 on January 20, 2011, 01:36:27 am
he every one i've been in cap for 6 years as a cadet and senior now. new to cap talk

Dude, not sure if you're still lurking on the forums, but we were definitely cadets together. :)

Hope all is well!

-jmb-
JACKIE M. BRISKI, Capt, CAP
VAWG Cadet Programs Team

...not all those who wander are lost...

ES Ninja

Hey y'all,

I'm C/Maj Sierra Larson (in case you didn't notice my signature...) and I've been in CAP just over three years, but I'm new to CAP Talk. I'm currently the cadet commander of the South Charlotte Cadet Squadron, I'm proud to be a beret, I'm a student pilot, and and I'm my unit's ground team leader. I'll be entering AFROTC in OH after graduating high school this spring, but I plan on remaining active in CAP.
Sierra Larson, C/Lt Col, CAP
NCWG CAC Vice Chair
South Charlotte Cadet Squadron

Reno

Hey everyone! My names Andy Reno.
I served in the Cadet program from July 08'- July '10 in the 120th Composite Squadron of the Arkansas Wing, the last third of that time as Cadet First Sergeant. I attempted earlier this week to reup in the cadet program but as I'm nearly twenty I was unable too. Hopefuly I'll be joining the 120ths' senior ranks in short order :)
Andrew Reno, FO, CAP
Professional Development Officer
120th Composite Squadron, ARWG

Pylon

Quote from: Reno on March 16, 2011, 04:53:34 pm
Hey everyone! My names Andy Reno.
I served in the Cadet program from July 08'- July '10 in the 120th Composite Squadron of the Arkansas Wing, the last third of that time as Cadet First Sergeant. I attempted earlier this week to reup in the cadet program but as I'm nearly twenty I was unable too. Hopefuly I'll be joining the 120ths' senior ranks in short order :)



Welcome back to CAP, Soon-to-be senior member (and possibly Flight Officer)!
Michael F. Kieloch, Maj, CAP

elipod

To whom it may concern... just kidding everybody.

Hello,
I have posted a few times before, but I will formally introduce myself here.
The name is C/Maj. Bendele (yeah, Maj. is the first name)
I am taking Cadet Command of my Squadron end of this month, so wish me luck, please!


"Always remember you're unique, just like everyone else"

Reno

Quote from: Pylon on March 16, 2011, 08:58:42 pm
Quote from: Reno on March 16, 2011, 04:53:34 pm
Hey everyone! My names Andy Reno.
I served in the Cadet program from July 08'- July '10 in the 120th Composite Squadron of the Arkansas Wing, the last third of that time as Cadet First Sergeant. I attempted earlier this week to reup in the cadet program but as I'm nearly twenty I was unable too. Hopefuly I'll be joining the 120ths' senior ranks in short order :)



Welcome back to CAP, Soon-to-be senior member (and possibly Flight Officer)!


Hey! Thanks! I appreciate it  :)
Andrew Reno, FO, CAP
Professional Development Officer
120th Composite Squadron, ARWG

elipod

My first name is not "major". sorry about the confusion. Some people pm'ed me to make sure :P
"Always remember you're unique, just like everyone else"

CivilAirPatrol1996

Hi! Im a cadet from Syracuse New York. I am hoping to talk to more people from CAP than that of my own Squadron here.
Semper Viglians!
C/CMSgt. William Adams CAP

WESSginger

Quote from: ES Ninja on March 15, 2011, 08:09:10 pm
Hey y'all,

I'm C/Maj Sierra Larson (in case you didn't notice my signature...) and I've been in CAP just over three years, but I'm new to CAP Talk. I'm currently the cadet commander of the South Charlotte Cadet Squadron, I'm proud to be a beret, I'm a student pilot, and and I'm my unit's ground team leader. I'll be entering AFROTC in OH after graduating high school this spring, but I plan on remaining active in CAP.

Hey,
I think I know you from somewhere? Oh that's right! NBB 2010 delta flight!!!! Have fun at IACE!
David Carriker, C/Capt, CAP
NESA staff #577/NBB Delta flight 2010/COS 2011 Flight 5

ES Ninja

Quote from: WESSginger on March 23, 2011, 12:35:21 am
Quote from: ES Ninja on March 15, 2011, 08:09:10 pm
Hey y'all,

I'm C/Maj Sierra Larson (in case you didn't notice my signature...) and I've been in CAP just over three years, but I'm new to CAP Talk. I'm currently the cadet commander of the South Charlotte Cadet Squadron, I'm proud to be a beret, I'm a student pilot, and and I'm my unit's ground team leader. I'll be entering AFROTC in OH after graduating high school this spring, but I plan on remaining active in CAP.

Hey,
I think I know you from somewhere? Oh that's right! NBB 2010 delta flight!!!! Have fun at IACE!


Hey Ginger, thanks! And where are you causing trouble *cough* I mean, going, this summer?
Sierra Larson, C/Lt Col, CAP
NCWG CAC Vice Chair
South Charlotte Cadet Squadron

WESSginger

Quote from: ES Ninja on March 23, 2011, 02:20:48 pm
Quote from: WESSginger on March 23, 2011, 12:35:21 am
Quote from: ES Ninja on March 15, 2011, 08:09:10 pm
Hey y'all,

I'm C/Maj Sierra Larson (in case you didn't notice my signature...) and I've been in CAP just over three years, but I'm new to CAP Talk. I'm currently the cadet commander of the South Charlotte Cadet Squadron, I'm proud to be a beret, I'm a student pilot, and and I'm my unit's ground team leader. I'll be entering AFROTC in OH after graduating high school this spring, but I plan on remaining active in CAP.


Hey,
I think I know you from somewhere? Oh that's right! NBB 2010 delta flight!!!! Have fun at IACE!


Hey Ginger, thanks! And where are you causing trouble *cough* I mean, going, this summer?


COS and LtCol Long willing NESA. I wanted to go to CCOC but that didn't workout. My dad said no because I had already apply for COS and NESA.
David Carriker, C/Capt, CAP
NESA staff #577/NBB Delta flight 2010/COS 2011 Flight 5

^Graff

Elo.
Just found out about this forum at WESS.
They said it was terrible though...I guess I will have to decide for myself.
Can't be much worse than MC's...
C/SSgt Seaborg

WESSginger

Quote from: ^Graff on March 28, 2011, 01:43:50 am
Elo.
Just found out about this forum at WESS.
They said it was terrible though...I guess I will have to decide for myself.
Can't be much worse than MC's...


Who said that at WESS?
David Carriker, C/Capt, CAP
NESA staff #577/NBB Delta flight 2010/COS 2011 Flight 5

arBar

Quote from: elipod on March 17, 2011, 09:26:09 pm
My first name is not "major". sorry about the confusion. Some people pm'ed me to make sure :P


Yeah well my cousin's name is Major, and my friend's name was Sargent.  The latter changed his name when becoming a LEO.  It does make for some funny situations when people like that get rank.

elipod

Quote from: arBar on March 29, 2011, 03:25:51 am
Quote from: elipod on March 17, 2011, 09:26:09 pm
My first name is not "major". sorry about the confusion. Some people pm'ed me to make sure :P


Yeah well my cousin's name is Major, and my friend's name was Sargent.  The latter changed his name when becoming a LEO.  It does make for some funny situations when people like that get rank.


lol. Yeah I tried to say it jokingly :P   I can imagine the confusion it would create if your first name WAS a rank you had!
"Always remember you're unique, just like everyone else"

SII-117

Quote from: whatevah on May 09, 2005, 10:16:36 pm
howdy :)

go into your forum profile and add your name and grade to your signature, so we know where you're from and such.   http://captalk.net/index.php?action=profile;sa=forumProfile


Not!
Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy, and good with ketchup.

Stearmann4

April 03, 2011, 05:23:10 pm #796 Last Edit: April 03, 2011, 08:11:48 pm by Stearmann4
CAPers,

I was a CAP Cadet (C/WO) back in the mid-80s. It was my first exposure to military type training, as well as aviation and thrived on it.

I'm now completeing my 9th GWOT deployment and on my 21st year of active duty as an Army CW4 IP/Test Pilot with the 160th SOAR at Ft Lewis, WA. Qualified in UH-1/AH-1/OH-6/UH-60/CH-47/MH-47E/G, and C-12. I also own a 1945 J-3 Cub and a Schweizer I-22, and do a fair amount of instructing.

My boys are getting near CAP age, and I'd like to get involved as a SM. I truly believe in the opportunities CAP provides for our youth and look forward to getting involved again.

MR-

Active Duty Army Aviator
Silver Wings Flying Company, LLC
Olympia Regional Airport (KOLM)
www.Silverwingsflying.com

md

Hi everyone,

I've been lurking off and on for a few years and never got around to posting (think maybe I even lost my first login) but finally decided today that this is ridiculous. Don't know if I'll ever talk to any of you (except maybe in real life), but it's fun reading everything people have to say.

mclarke

Hello folks. Just thought I would make my first post and introduce myself. I am the the PAO and Recruiting Officer in my Squadron, so yeah. Anyways, happy to be here.

Arkbird

Hey everyone.  Just thought I would introduce myself.  I've been lurking for a while now.  I am currently a C/2d Lt.  I have attended National Flight Academy and I am going to attend COS this summer.  I am a solo pilot, GTM3 and I received a Commander's Commendation for assisting in the creation of a new squadron.
Multi-Purpose C/Capt
COS 2011
NCLS 2013