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Cadet Chief Gideon Survoy promoted to 2nd Lieutenant

June 11, 2019

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Cadet Chief Gideon Survoy has successfully passed all requirements for the Brigadier General Billy Mitchell Award and has been promoted from Cadet Chief Master Sergeant to Cadet Second Lieutenant.   

Because this is the first grade in the Cadet Officer corps, the award is highly sought after and can be difficult to attain. In order to promote, he must pass a cumulative exam on eight chapters of leadership and 6 modules of aerospace. Additionally, he must wear the uniform properly according to Civil Air Patrol and Air Force standards, pass a rigorous physical fitness test, and demonstrate personality expectations associated with the grade of Cadet 2nd Lieutenant. Being a Cadet officer is challenging. Only those with the highest character and tireless motivation can achieve this award.Upon becoming a Cadet Officer, one must continue to show superior leadership skills, effective time management, and academic excellence.  

Cadet Second Lieutenant Survoy has been an active member of Gallatin Composite Squadron for two years. He has held Cadet staff positions such as Cadet Safety NCO, Cadet Public Affairs NCO, and Wing CAC Representative. Lieutenant Survoy has shown interest in attending the United States Air Force Academy.  

For More Information:

1st Lt Austin Troth, CAP

Squadron Commander

Gallatin Composite Squadron

(C) 406.599.2462


Written by:

Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Gideon Survoy

Cadet Public Affairs Officer
assembled by 1st Lieutenant Austin Troth 

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