Two FMCS Cadets Enjoy the Thrill of Flight PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 23 July 2011 00:00

2 FMCS Cadet experience thrill of flight

MIDDLE RIVER, MD – Two cadets from the Fort McHenry Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol participated in a Cadet Orientation Flight (aka COF or O-Flight) on Saturday, July 23, 2011, originating at Martin State Airport in northeast Baltimore. Each cadet in Civil Air Patrol is entitled to the extraordinary benefit of 5 free powered flights and 5 free unpowered (glider) flights, which are designed to help excite cadets to pursue aersopace careers, teach the practical application of knowledge gained from their Aerospace Education classes, and provide them with a fun, rewarding, and memorable experience. The flights were conducted in a CAP Cessna 182 aircraft, piloted by Captain Marty Sacks, also of the Ft. McHenry Composite Squadron.


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