Southeast Region Announces “Special Guest” Stars

Southeast Region ConferenceSmith, Greenwood and Melton

by Jonathan Harris | AuxBeacon News Reader

[Editor’s Note: As we are wading through some of the older comment contributions, this one stood out. We are currently fact-checking contributions from recently departed and well-respected Bill Breeze regarding corruption in Southeast Region.]

Remember last year’s disastrous Southeast Region Conference in which US Congressman Barry Loudermilk was given CAP’s Silver Medal of Valor for instinctively “running for cover past the first base dugout” during the 2017 Congressional Baseball Shooting? Remember the low turn-out? You’re not the only one. Civil Air Patrol’s accidents, pedophiles, pimps and politicians are gaining important notoriety for the program. Prospective celebrities appear to be distancing themselves. Nobody cool or even Air Force showed up for National Staff College.

For this year’s Southeast Region conference the Special Guests are outgoing SER CC Barry Melton and Mark E. Smith CAP’s National Commander. If you would normally view these two stiffs as mandatory attendees, then you have our permission to slap a silver star on a maroon shoulder board.

Need proof? [links redacted]

Commanders are Special, Guests

Southeast Region Conference Special Guest Stars

The comment continued…

If I ran that zoo, I’d fill the empty Southeast Region guest slots with Kris Ward and William Kidney.

Stars of Southeast Region Civil Air Patrol

Southeast Region Civil Air Patrol has its super secret problems

5 Comments on "Southeast Region Announces “Special Guest” Stars"

  1. The CAP program has tanked since the days of Brian Berry, Dan Fisher and the real hero of Ground Teams in Georgia Wing: Alex Toussaint. He was run off just like all the other good people.

  2. Avatar Used2CallMe | May 9, 2019 at 19:56 | Reply

    I’m starting to understand why Civil Air Patrol is so despised.

    From the Santa Fe New Mexican we read this –

    Two Civil Air Patrol planes — one from Santa Fe, one from Los Alamos — aided in the search, as did a New Mexico National Guard Black Hawk helicopter.

    But ultimately it was a team from Santa Fe Search and Rescue that on Saturday found the missing man after he had spent two nights lost in the wilderness.


  3. FUFUFUFU. My parents will not allow me to join Civil Air Patrol because your site here collected all the dirt news on CAP and put it one place. Shame on all of you.

  4. Hilarious! The CAP is a Total Joke!

  5. The puss face on Mark Smith is hysterical, just fyi,

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