Pensacola, Fla. -
Pensacola Cadet Squadron FL-425 assisted the Pensacola Navy Yacht Club at the Wounded American Veterans Event, September 21, 2018. The Pensacola Navy Yacht Club sponsored the event, provided boats and food, and the cadets helped with set up, clean up, and served as dock crew. Commander Capt. Mia Ottesen posted on Facebook: "Super day yesterday with cadets at Navy Yacht clubís WAVE. Pensacola cadets helped with set-up for this event as well as assisting wounded American veterans and their families enjoy time on the water. Their presence was definitely appreciated especially when it came time for clean up."
Photo Caption: Cadets Caleb Shafer, Jayce Marshall and Jaiden Muniz-Walls aboard one of the boats at the W.A.V.E. (photo by Cadet Jaiden Muniz-Walls)
Reviewed by: 1st Lt. Chuck McCollim
Syndicated to: Group 1
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