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New Civil Air Patrol squadron based in Elk County

August 21, 2014

Photo by Amy Cherry – Civil Air Patrol cadets in the newly established Elk County Composite Squadron 507 are shown during a drill exercise at the St. Marys Municipal Airport where the group's headquarters are located.

ST. MARYS – Elk County recently became home to a new Civil Air Patrol (CAP) squadron with a focus on aerospace education, emergency services and cadet programs.
The Elk County Composite Squadron 507 is under the direction of
Squadron Commander Alan McPherson and 2nd Lieutenants Bill Laird and Faisal El-Awar, all of whom are pilots. Senior member Jim Weichman acts as the group's historian and financial advisor.

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