Civil Air Patrol Government Relations

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by Wong Wotunda | AuxBeacon News Contributor

[Update: This week we’ve received more stories and requests related to Civil Air Patrol’s embarrassments with government relations.]

[Editor’s Note: The anonymous author of this continuously developing article seeks to assemble stories regarding Civil Air Patrol’s disturbing power and influence grab through its Government Relations Program and circumvention of the Hatch Act. The author claims to be motivated by Lt Col Mark Kempton and Capt Kevin Powers, Cali Wing’s Government Relations Advisor and Assistant, respectively.]

Civil Air Patrol Florida Group Commander inspires cadets to detest elected officials

Civil Air Patrol Jim Kaletta

Civil Air Patrol Lt Col Jim Kaletta dresses for success as he denigrates decorated US Marine Robert Mueller and various elected members of the US government.

Civil Air Patrol’s Tom Carper: “Good riddance” to Trump’s EPA Chief Scott Pruitt; Trump Buried Climate Report

Sen Tom Carper Civil Air Patrol

Delaware Senator Tom Carper is a member of Civil Air Patrol and no advocate for Donald Trump

“I think we can all agree: [Trump EPA chief] Scott Pruitt shouldn’t be running anything. A well-deserved, one-way ticket back to Oklahoma. In coach! I know a little about leadership, and this guy was just not a leader. And we’re better off without him. Our country’s better off without him. And, I hate to be unkind about it but, frankly, good riddance.” – Sen Tom Carper, Lt Col Civil Air Patrol

“The truth of the matter is that the Trump Administration tried to bury one of the most devastating climate reports in our nation’s history over a long holiday weekend. While Americans were celebrating with loved ones, President Trump hoped that we would miss the alarming conclusions from scientists within his own government about the ever-increasing threats of climate change.” – Sen Tom Carper, Lt Col Civil Air Patrol

Civil Air Patrol’s Hatchet Act on the Total Farce

Total Farce Hatchet Job

Civil Air Patrol Commanders Hatch-up USAF Total Force

Civil Air Patrol Phofficers Have Skewed World View in Support of Trump

US Military Officers do not favor Donald Trump

Civil Air Patrol Learn to Lead with Donald Trump

Civil Air Patrol Donald Trump

Feds: Donald Trump directed criminal campaign activity of Michael Cohen

An AuxBeacon reader points out that Civil Air Patrol’s own Lead to Learn books admonish Donald Trump for his terrible leadership, atrocious manners and mean spirit.

Civil Air Patrol Honor Guard Pokes Jon Stokes

Civil Air Patrol Jon Stokes

” ♪♫♬ We’re so Stokes to be a gangsta in Civil Air Patrol. ♪♫♬ “

Civil Air Patrol’s Wendy Rogers Triggered & Hosed

New Civil Air Patrol cruise wear uniform Corporate polo with white pants.

New Civil Air Patrol cruise wear uniform Corporate polo with white pants.

A Corrupt Alabama Governor Endorsed Civil Air Patrol Wreaths Across America

Civil Air Patrol Governor Robert J. Bentley

Civil Air Patrol’s Robert J. Bentley using cadets of a color guard before his conviction.

CAP: Come And Pay as Caucasians Advance Political

BOG Member Boehmer

Curtis J. Boehmer Civil Air Patrol, former MIWG CAP Commander, New BOG Member, Loser 2014 Primary

New York Rep Claudia Tenney Uses CAP Cadets in Uniform

Civil Air Patrol's Claudia Tenney

CAP Members Claudia Tenney (foreground) and Barry Loudermilk (background)

CAP MNWG Legislative Squadron Member Jim Knoblach Suspends Campaign Over Allegations

Rep. Jim Knoblach (R-MN)

Civil Air Patrol’s Rep. Jim Knoblach (R-MN)

Congressman & CAP Advocate Duncan Hunter Indicted

Civil Air Patrol

Civil Air Patrol advocate Duncan Hunter

CAP Advocate Congressman Chris Collins Arrested

Civil Air Patrol Chris Collins Advocate

Chris Collins and the CAP Congressional Gold Medal

Using CAP and the Air Force Style Uniform to Advance Elsewhere

Civil Air Patrol

Cadet Basrawi Civil Air Patrol Turning Point USA

Wisconsin Wing Civil Air Patrol Inducts Assemblyman Joel Kitchens

Joel Kitchens Wisconsin Civil Air Patrol Major

Civil Air Patrol lobbies to induct Wisconsin State Assemblyman Joel Kitchens into Civil Air Patrol.

On Saturday July 21st 2018 Wisconsin state assemblyman Joel Kitchens traveled to Cherryland Airport for a ceremony performed by members of the Door County Composite Squadron of the Civil Airport. Under Lt. Col. David Fish, squadron commander for the Door County Composite Squadron, Joel Kitchens was inducted as a major into the Wisconsin Wing Legislative Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP).
Major Kitchens joins 35 Assembly members and 19 state senators and who have received membership in Civil Air Patrol as a part of the organization’s efforts in lobbying and influence peddling.

Mark Smith & Rep. Loudermilk Disgraceful in Overt Publicity Stunt

CAP Maj Gen Mark Smith, CAP Lt Col Barry Loudermilk

CAP Maj Gen Mark Smith, CAP Lt Col Barry Loudermilk

Pay to Play, Stray or Stay: Richard Anderson Contributors

Civil Air Patrol Politician Rich Anderson defeated

Former VA Delegate and former Civil Air Patrol National Commander Rich Anderson

NTSB Civil Air Patrol Members Crash Airplane

N761YZ flown by Civil Air Patrol Pilots Louis Cantilena and Paul Schuda

N761YZ flown by Civil Air Patrol Pilots Louis Cantilena and Paul Schuda

CAP Determines Which Mishaps NTSB Investigates

CAP Loses Credibility in NTSB Findings on Alabama Crash

Reggie Chitwood out as county EMA director

CAP Brig Gen Reggie Chitwood

CAP Brig Gen Reggie Chitwood

Rep Mary Dye inducted into Washington Wing Civil Air Patrol Legislative Squadron

Rep Mary Dye, Major Civil Air Patrol

Maj Mary Dye inducted into Washington Wing Civil Air Patrol Legislative Squadron

Hawaii Wing Commander Jeffrey Wong Forced to Step Down

Civil Air Patrol Col Jeff Wong

Civil Air Patrol’s Jeffrey M. Wong

Yet another gag order on Civil Air Patrol members

Hawaii Wing Vice Commander gets fined for forgery

Eduardo Zayas

Civil Air Patrol commander Eduardo Zayas fined for forgery

Civil Air Patrol forms Mississippi Wing Legislative Squadron

Civil Air Patrol Mississippi Legislative Squadron

Along with Rep Rita Martinson, Sen Terry C. Burton is also inducted into Mississippi Wing Civil Air Patrol Legislative Squadron

Civil Air Patrol Inducts Suspect Missouri Governor Matt Blunt

Civil Air Patrol's Matt Blunt, Governor Missouri

Civil Air Patrol’s Missouri Governor Matt Blunt is inducted as a CAP Major.

Civil Air Patrol Cadets with Klan Weapons Instructor

19 Comments on "Civil Air Patrol Government Relations"

  1. Avatar EdmondsBOE | May 5, 2019 at 01:52 | Reply

    Mark L. Norton ran unsuccessfully for the Edmonds school board in 2015.

  2. On May 23, 2012, Ted Vick was arrested in Columbia, S.C. and was charged with speeding, DUI and unlawful carrying of a gun. Vick was taken into custody after police stopped him for speeding and refused a breathalyzer test. Vick had with him in his car a 21-year-old University of South Carolina college student.

  3. I saw my Louisiana congressman’s embarrassing performance on the tube today and I want to talk about him and the Civil Air Patrol connection. But I’m not gonna put a whole lot of effort into it if you won’t publish the story. Let me know? Clay Higgins

    [Admin: He’s definitely connected, see the image we found that allows your story to proceed. Tell us what you want to tell us on the story our editors created for you.]

  4. I would like to throw some shade at [Pacific Region and Wing Staff] by giving you another whack-job that Civil Air Patrol inducted into our ranks as part of “government relations” to dig us further into the hole: Donald Augustine Rogers

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    [Admin: We’ve added the first part of your story in sequence. An editor is working on the full release. Thank you for your effort.]

  5. Good evening,

    While our personal experience doesn’t quite top Civil Air Patrol’s experience with Steve Stockman, we would like to add our former [Maryland] governor and US congressman Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. “Bob” was inducted into Civil Air Patrol’s Congressional Squadron at our Aberdeen Proving Ground National Guard facility in 1995 by our [then] Wing commander CAP Col. Gene Przybylowicz. He was even given an O-flight by Chick Goetz. You won’t have to rely on anyone’s memory of this, see here [link redacted].

    Why are we telling you this? What did Ehrlich do to draw our attention and concern regarding the example he might be setting for our cadets and future leaders?

    See your inbox.

  6. My associate David Miller did a first rate job in 2011 putting all of Missouri legislative squadron members in writing… [link redacted]

    [Admin: Thank you. This has been forwarded to those who can use it best..]

  7. I don’t know if this will help you much, but I recall that Missouri Congressman Stanley Cox was inducted into the Missouri Wing Legislative Squadron some time in the fall of 2008.

  8. Patricia H. Willis, Mississippi.

  9. You could add former Missouri Governor Matt Blunt, Major CAP. Civil Air Patrol inducted him into the Missouri Legislative Squadron in [November] 2007, even though whiffs of corruption were swirling around him and his Chief of Staff Ed Martin throughout 2007. The announcement of Martin’s replacement came on November 21st 2007 and by January 22nd 2008 US Naval Academy graduate Matt Blunt announced he would not run for re-election.

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  10. Avatar Hansell803487 | January 12, 2019 at 07:13 | Reply

    I can tell readers a few things from having been inside the walls.

    1. Reports coming to and from AuxBeacon have driven CAP leaders to foam at the mouth and gnash teeth in anger at their newfound public exposure.

    2. Threats and abuse to members have [been] so bad for so long that this outcome should have been expected, but it wasn’t. They’ve never seen anything like this and commanders are now caught with their pants down.

    3. Some believe that much more dirt has been sent to you and that you are not releasing it, either to give them a chance to clean their own house per Ray Hayden’s Phoenix Plan or because you have turned over the worst of it to Federal Law Enforcement.

    Care to comment?

  11. How about Scott Gessler? I don’t know if he still is, but he was a most certainly a member of Civil Air Patrol who merged his professional and political interests on the taxpayer dime.

  12. Here’s one to add that CAP has tried to cover. Disgraced former Bama Gov Robert J. Bentley.

  13. CAP is rapidly scrambling to deal with what you have shown here. Look up our Kentucky Lt Gov who was just “surprise” inducted into Civil Air Patrol this past November. Seriously.

    Jenean Hampton
    [link redacted]

  14. Oh, man! Exposing this link to US government “in-appropriations” to Civil Air Patrol is really going to panic the leadership. It also could be a boon to those just waking up to how these people have worked the Jedi mind tricks to seed a generation of deluded voters that put a man like Donald Trump into the White House.

  15. Some of your stories have been opening with a quote. That’s a nice touch and sets the tone for whatever is to come.

    For this story how about a quote like “…because having relations in public affairs is one of the things our leaders do best.”

  16. Avatar ThumbsAQuiver | December 27, 2018 at 18:23 | Reply

    Please be sure to add our Joel Kitchens to your growing list of how CAP gains an advantage lobbying congress by giving away membership and rank.

    On the morning of July 21st 2018 Wisconsin’s Joel Kitchens was at Cherryland Airport for a ceremony performed by members of the Door County Composite Squadron of the Civil Airport, inducting Kitchens as a major in the Wisconsin Wing Legislative Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP). He joins 19 state senators and 35 Assembly members who have joined CAP, which is the United States Air Force Auxiliary.

    Kitchens was inducted by Lt. Col. David Fish, squadron commander of the Door County CAP.

    Kitchens then held an informal Q&A session with the five cadets who attended the regular meeting of the organization.

  17. You should do a story on Georgia’s state senator Michael Williams who reported to jail yesterday (Wednesday DEC26) after being indicted to be released on $10,000 bond.

    Williams is accused of lying to investigators and filing a false insurance claim related to a break-in he reported in May at his campaign office. Williams’ campaign manager said $300,000 worth of computer equipment was taken in the burglary.

  18. Will you add my original stories back into this?

    [Admin: Yes. We are researching to confirm the older ones, please always provide links or other proof for any accusations or headlines. We have to be careful.]

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