OSWEGO – This past month, some of the Oswego Sea Cadets from the Truxtun Unit had the opportunity to take flight with the Young Eagles program of the EAA in Fulton.
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This was their first flight for the sea cadets, which they flew with pilot Bob Failmezger.
Failmezger is in charge of the young eagle flights, which are held the first Sunday of each month.
The flights are held, weather permitting, at the Oswego County airport in Volney during the monthly pancake breakfast that is scheduled the first Sunday of each month.
The USNSCC Truxtun DDG-103 division will host an open house for new potential recruits to join the unit on June 11 at 09:00 at the McCrobie Building, Lake Street.
For more information, please call LTJG Andy Roth at 315-806-3824.