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Members Earn Service Awards

During a recent awards ceremony, Captain John E. Bradley III, commander of the Canandaigua Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol presented members with a number of service awards.

Cadet James Bailey of Newark received the Community Service Award for providing more than 60 hours of community service.

Lt Col Stan Skrabut of Geneva received the Red Service Award with a 20 clasp for serving Civil Air Patrol for more than 20 years. Cadet Tim Hauenstein of Canandaigua received the Red Service Award with one bronze clasp for serving more than five years. Cadets Adam Farley of Rushville, Jessie Rosato of Stanley, James Bailey of Newark, and Kyle Weicht or Victor along with First Lieutenants Scott Bailey of Newark and John McKelvey each received the Red Service Award for serving more than two years with the Civil Air Patrol.

The Civil Air Patrol is the volunteer, civilian auxiliary of the United States Air Force, and was formed December 1, 1941, as an emergency measure to make civil aviation aircraft and pilots available to the national defense effort.

Today, the Civil Air Patrol conducts search missions for missing aircraft, provides emergency disaster relief in conjunction with other relief organizations, and encourages and fosters civil aviation in local communities through adult and youth education programs.

There are more than 2,600 Civil Air Patrol members in New York. For more information about CAP membership contact John Bradley at 716-526-6260.