10,000 man-days translates into more than $2 million in donated CAP services.
The award puts Ethan in the top 15% of cadets nationwide.
Cell phone data is often the first tool used in a search for a missing person since most people carry their phone at all times.
Flights ran 24 hours a day from March 18-22.
CAP teams are using drones to gather photos as airplanes are grounded due to weather conditions.
Cadets also had the opportunity to test their skills with a squadron-built drone.
Last spring, the South Dakota Legislature approved a one-time drones to use in search-and-rescue efforts.
The 117th save of the year happened on the last day of the fiscal year, Sept. 30, 2019.
Stuart Matthews submitted the following photo and note: “This picture, taken by my son, shows cadets preparing for a day of flight instruction at the famous Woodward Airfield, which was an active training facility in Camden, South Carolina, during World War II. National Flight Academy Mid-Atlantic Region Power training is for selected cadets, and is […]
The cadets will marshal aircraft, track overdue aircraft, and other tasks at the show.