South East Regional Fly-In
Friday, November 23, 2018

By Cadet Staff Sergeant Hannah Perry, Pensacola Cadet Sq., Florida Wing

Middleton field, Evergreen Ala. -

For the Last 13 years cadets from the Pensacola Cadet Squadron FL-425 have participated in the South East Regional Fly-In, otherwise known as SERFI. This year they traveled to Middleton Field, in Evergreen Ala, to assist with the fly-in on Oct 19-21. Ten cadets and several senior members participated in the activity. The cadets have been training for SERFI since August and have now had a chance to put the training to use. They assisted in marshaling planes on the taxi ways, and even assisted in moving a few planes in out of hangers. Though they didnít get a lot of planes in, due to the weather, they did have a lot of fun at the sausage festival and rodeo that was also at Middleton Field the same weekend.

2nd Lt. Lois Franklin and Cadet Airmen Zeque Guerra on the flight line.
(Photo by Cadet Staff Sergeant Hannah Perry.)
Photo Caption:  2nd Lt. Lois Franklin and Cadet Airmen Zeque Guerra on the flight line. (Photo by Cadet Staff Sergeant Hannah Perry.)
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Reviewed by: 1st Lt. Chuck McCollim
Syndicated to: Alabama Wing, Florida Wing, Group 1, Group 2, Group 3, Group 4, Group 5, Group 6, Group 7
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