To all members of California Wing,
Major General Tony Pineda called and relieved me of command effective today. The recent audit of CAWG finances showed that while there is no money missing from CAWG, there is disagreement on the amount of restricted funds in CAWG's books. A number of you have been working to help clarify the situation and I owe you thanks for all your time and effort. MGen Pineda feels appointing a new wing commander would be beneficial in rectifying this situation. He has appointed LtCol Jesus Muniz as the interim commander. LtCol Muniz was recently a member of Sq 144 and is currently serving as the Colorado Wing Director of Aerospace Education. He can be reached at [email redacted]
I would like to thank all the members of CAWG for their hard work and dedication to our missions, to our squadrons, and to CAWG. I treasure the time I have spent with each of you. Let's all work together to continue to make CAWG the best in CAP.
What the HELL is going on? In the last year, we've lost HOW MANY NEC and NB members to untimely departures? (and by untimely, I mean "did not leave of their own true volition")
We've heard this theme before here on CAPBlog: Doesn't the NEC or the Board of Governors give a crap about what seems to be a systemic gutting of the higher echelons of the corporation in favor of loading the board with sychophants and "yes men"?
You have to wonder: Why do you need to go outside of your wing to get a new wing commander? Better yet, why is your new wing commander a staff officer of a wing TWO STATES away from where he lives?
Inquiring minds and all....