By CACyPants | AuxBeacon News Contributor
We understand what you are doing. Can you run this story from us without any edits from you at all? This is a Spaatz Cadet in Anaheim right now who could be leading by a better example? Our comments will have hashtag [redacted] so that you know it is us. Your comments?
“About Wing Conference 2015 in Fort Worth… my thoughts as a cadet were ‘It kind of sucked… and wasn’t worth ten dollars.'”
“Holly loves working with all of the NCAC and National Staff to make a real impact for cadets across the nation.”
How many Spaatz recipients are of African American descent?
How many African American’s have served as NCAC cadet chairman?
Race is never an issue to the person living in its skin. He/she had no
choice. It is, however an issue to the CAP organization and how it is handled is
And the CAP claims they have no diversity problem. Emmmmm!
Check your inbox for my letter. Links below prove my point.
Holly Fieglein makes me want to vomit. She is all mouth and no substance. Glad I didn’t join this joke of a program.
Makes two of us. She wouldn’t last a day, let alone a week, in the US Army.
Yikes, another whining liberal ruining our program.
And they wonder why the CAP cadet program is not taken seriously. That chick needs to hit the gym.
Can you explain why you have two different stories, one here and one on August 6th, that have such different position and tone?
I’ve been following the sad news in Civil Air Patrol and there are somethings that CAP members who couldn’t travel to the 2018 Disney Conference need to know.
SECAF Heather Wilson appeared at Civil Air Patrol’s National Conference to speak about the inspirational Civil Air Patrol of the past.
She dressed like she was at Civil Air Patrol’s funeral.
She made no mention of her Civil Air Patrol appearance on either of her Twitter and Facebook accounts. Is she ashamed of us?
I now agree with your contributors that the organization will not be able to continue until it rectifies the injustices of its past. It may even be too late.
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Here in [redacted] Wisconsin, we Germans refer to someone as a Flegel for their loud, troublesome, antisocial lack of manners and other inappropriate behavior. Flegelein would be the diminutive version of Flegel. What a can of worms!
Although I suppose the two issues are technically unrelated, Cadet Colonel Feiglein could not have picked a worse public relations time to broach this topic with the Catholic priests in the news again.
Is this part of some master plan to drive out all the Christian fundamentalists and their little home-schooled brats? OR are Civil Air Patrol cadets really going to break the news to these people that there is no Santy Claus? Are the members ready for this? I doubt it.
I don’t want my child exposed to this.
Easy… Quit, like I did. And join the real Air Force.
I for one think it absolutely fabulous that Maj Gen Mark E. Smith, an onliner Ed.D graduate of Olivet Nazarene University would be able to achieve this commentary with his choices to lead the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Advisory Council.
ONU has had complaints over its position on Homosexuality,
According to the 2009–2013 Manual of the Church of the Nazarene: “Homosexuality is one means by which human sexuality is perverted. We recognize the depth of the perversion that leads to homosexual acts but affirm the biblical position that such acts are sinful and subject to the wrath of God. We believe the grace of God sufficient to overcome the practice of homosexuality (1 Corinthians 6:9-11). We deplore any action or statement that would seem to imply compatibility between Christian morality and the practice of homosexuality. We urge clear preaching and teaching concerning Bible standards of sexual morality
I had more fun at Disneyland than the CAP Conference in Anaheim.
The recent aviation accidents appear to be taking a toll on the vision for Civil Air Patrol future.
If you like nerdy STEM (Science, Tech, Engr, Math) related projects, this national conference was for you. But the truth is, there are plenty of STEM schools outside of the CAP that can do a much better job at this.
I have had enough of this.
I agree with Holly Fieglein that conference award ceremonies are too long.
We can’t stand this conference so we are going to Disney instead. Yay!
Texas cadets lead the way…. Vlogging Spaatzians, Spaatzians having children out of wedlock, Spaatzians committing murders… Anyone see a common thread or three????
All cadets. All in Texas, and all Spaatzians. Hmmmm
Could the core values be missing or do they have an on/off switch in TXWG
This is a good example of Texas Wing leadership. Could the recent mass exodus (director, deputy director, and a few others without warning) from wing cadet programs be connected somehow?
#Redacted. Thank you for posting this without any edits. TBH, we didn’t think you would do it. The question we Christian Home Schoolers who want to live moral lives have for you is this:
Why is Holly allowed to do her August 17th 2018 video “Being Gay in Civil Air Patrol” using a cadet in characteristic pose while wearing the Civil Air Patrol uniform for the cover shot when Joe Basrawi cannot use the uniform to show his credibility in supporting Turning Point USA?
I don’t know where they or you will go with this, but I do have a question before anyone else jumps in. Why is it acceptable for her and her friends to use the Civil Air Patrol uniform to discuss being Gay in Civil Air Patrol while Bas cannot wear his uniform to reinforce his support for Turning Point USA and the Hebrew laws against homosexuality?
Smith’s Protege – C/Col Holly Fieglein of Texas Wing is proud to serve on the National Cadet Advisory Council as the Vice Chair. As a member of Civil Air Patrol for five years she has attended 9 Encampment in 5 different wings in positions from Flight Sergeant to Cadet Commander. She has also been active in Texas Wing staffing their leadership schools. She is a member of Houston’s Thunderbird Composite Squadron where she has served at every echelon. Fieglein graduated from National Emergency Services Academy’s, Wilderness Advanced First Aid and Advanced Ground Search and Rescue School in 2015, Cadet Officer School in 2016 and attended the International Air Cadet Exchange to Canada in 2017.
Holly loves working with all of the NCAC and National Staff to make a real impact for cadets across the nation.