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Eyes on the Home Skies: C/2d Lt Jenna Horn

Eyes on the Home Skies: The following letter was written by our incoming Cadet Commander, Cadet 2d Lt Jenna C. Horn. She is an amazing and lovely young woman. Her letter is open and honest. She shares her family's decades-long involvement with Civil Air Patrol, and her own journey with...
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Throwback Thursday: 1st Lt Laura Simpson

I am delighted to share with my fellow Squadron TX-041 members a photo that recently surfaced...it was taken about 52 years ago. I was in 9th grade during the 1968-1969 school year. Truly, my brothers and I have wonderful memories of our days as cadets. Girls wore skirts, nylon stockings,...
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TX-041 Cadets Develop Hands-on STEM Skills

On February 11, 2020, Flight Officer Harrison Wissel-Littmann presented a fun and interactive aerospace education lesson to help cadets understand gravity through a fun combination of lectures and hands-on activities.

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Leaders Run in the Family

On January 28, 2020, Lt Colonel Russell McGee, USMC (Ret), father of TX-041 Cadet Commander C/Capt Matthew McGee, joined our cadets for an evening of inspirational insight into what his life has been like as an officer in the Marine Corps for 22 years, and as a college professor here in College Station at Texas A&M University. Lt Colonel McGee is a professional lecturer, and provided us with a lecture on the subjects of leadership and excellence.

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TX-041 Celebrates a Successful Year

Civil Air Patrol George H W Bush Composite Squadron TX-041 celebrated its annual awards dinner on Dec. 17, 2019. An amazing guest speaker, Colonel Sherri LeVan, USAF, spoke of her desire to help ROTC and CAP cadets succeed in life through her role as the Commander of Detachment 805, Texas A&M’s Air Force ROTC Program.

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Virtual Reality Brings the International Space Station to the Classroom

On December 10, 2019, Civil Air Patrol George H W Bush Squadron TX-041’s Flight Officer Harrison Wissel-Littman (CAP) presented one of his best classes yet, this time on the fascinating visual simulations known as Virtual Reality. FO Wissel-Littmann provided a Virtual Reality (VR) headset borrowed from Texas A&M University. After explaining the VR technology, he allowed each cadet to wear the headset and experience life on board the International Space Station (ISS).

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