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103rd Composite Squadron Competes at the National Cadet Competition

July 20, 2022

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The 103rd Composite Squadron's Color Guard recently traveled to Dayton, Ohio, to compete in the elite National Cadet Competition.

Each year, sixteen teams consisting of six cadets each compete for the USAF Chief of Staff Outstanding Team Championship Trophy. Each team was selected from the very best during previous state- and regional-level competitions. These extraordinary young people train for months and sometimes years to demonstrate their excellence in a wide range of activities in the arenas of leadership, aerospace, fitness and character. During the 2-day competition, cadets compete in physical challenges, test their knowledge of aviation and leadership, demonstrate the highest levels of precision and teamwork in posting the colors, and above all, cheer each other on in the spirit of teamwork.

The 103rd Composite Squadron's Team consisted of the following cadets and seniors:

Maj David Stansfield (Instructor/Escort)

SM Mike Dow (Instructor/Escort)

C/1st Lt Andrew Serrazina (Team Commander)

C/CMSgt Mason White (Team Deputy Commander)

C/SMSgt Thomas Sigmund

C/MSgt Mia Wismar

C/SSgt Johnathan Tobias

These cadets also had the opportunity to visit the United States Air Force Museum and enjoy the rich history of our nation's Air Force, meet our National Commander and Command Chief, meet cadets from all corners of the United States, and develop their knowledge and skills as developing, dynamic leaders.

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Written by C/1st Lt Andrew Serrazina

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