Cadets visit Air Force museum
Thirteen cadets and two senior members of the Dickinson County squadron of Civil Air Patrol recently visited the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force and Huffman Prairie Flying Field at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio. Huffman Field was the flying location used by the Wright brothers when they returned to Dayton after their demonstration flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. The Air Force museum at Wright-Patterson is the oldest and largest military aviation museum in the world. From left are C/CMaster Sgt. Nathan O’Brion, C/Staff Sgt. Andrew Nelson, C/Senior Airman Kaiden Paulsen, C/Senior Airman Rebecca Pilette, C/Tech Sgt. Dominick Trulock, C/Senior Airman Megan Preston, C/Master Sgt. Lexis Klingenberg, C/Airman 1st Class Abigail Nichols, C/Staff Sgt. Bennett Klossner, C/Airman 1st Class Hunter Figgins, C/Airman 1st Class Trevor Malburg, C/Airman Ariana Howen, C/CMaster Sgt. Donovan Powell; in back are 1st Lt. Edward Lovrich CAP and 2nd Lt. William O’Brion CAP.