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TX-041 Cadets Develop Hands-on STEM Skills

Flight Officer Wissel-Littmann leads cadets to understand gravity through a fun combination of lectures and hands-on activities.

TX-041 Cadets Develop Hands-on STEM Skills

Flight Officer Wissel-Littmann leads cadets to understand gravity through a fun combination of lectures and hands-on activities.

Leaders Run in the Family

Behind every great CAP cadet are great parents! Lt Colonel Russell McGee, USMC (Ret) (right), father of TX-041 cadet commander C/Capt Matthew McGee, joined our cadets for an evening of inspirational insight into his life as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps for 22 years, and as a college professor here at Texas A&M University.

Leaders Run in the Family

Behind every great CAP cadet are great parents! Lt Colonel Russell McGee, USMC (Ret) (right), father of TX-041 cadet commander C/Capt Matthew McGee, joined our cadets for an evening of inspirational insight into his life as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps for 22 years, and as a college professor here at Texas A&M University.

Virtual Reality Brings the International Space Station to the Classroom

Flight Officer Wissel-Littman demonstrates the use of a virtual reality (VR) headset before cadets experience life on board the International Space Station.

Virtual Reality Brings the International Space Station to the Classroom

Flight Officer Wissel-Littman demonstrates the use of a virtual reality (VR) headset before cadets experience life on board the International Space Station.

President George H. W. Bush Presents TX-041 Charter

President George H. W. Bush presents the CAP squadron charter to Lt Colonel Brooks Cima, Texas Wing Director of Emergency Services, on 31 March 2009.

President George H. W. Bush Presents TX-041 Charter

President George H. W. Bush presents the CAP squadron charter to Lt Colonel Brooks Cima, Texas Wing Director of Emergency Services, on 31 March 2009.

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