[caption id="attachment_37343" align="alignnone" width="3872"]<img class="wp-image-37343 size-full" src="https:\/\/salemtimes-register.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2018\/02\/Civil-Air-Patrol-attends-State-Legislative-Day.jpg" alt="" width="3872" height="2592" \/> Maj. Harold Moloney (left), C\/2d Lt. Emily Boggs, C\/CM Sgt. Catalina Ziegler, Senator Stephen Baldwin, and Lt. Col Edwin Childers[\/caption]\r\n\r\nOn Jan. 12, two cadets and two senior members from the Greenbrier Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol attended the State Legislative Day in Charleston. While many of the state\u2019s legislators were absent, the 22 cadets and 13 seniors enjoyed a day of touring the capital building, sitting in on a session of the senate, and talking with their state level representatives who were in attendance. Greenbrier Squadron members visited with State Senator Stephen Baldwin in his offices; we were well received by the senator. He readily accepted our membership application to become one of our legislative members.\r\n\r\nTo contact the Greenbrier Composite Squadron, visit www.WVCAP.net\/squadrons.\r\n\r\nCivil Air Patrol, the longtime all-volunteer U.S. Air Force auxiliary, is the newest member of the Air Force\u2019s Total Force. In this role, CAP operates a fleet of 560 aircraft, performs about 90 percent of continental U.S. inland search and rescue missions as tasked by the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center and is credited by the AFRCC with saving an average of 80 lives annually. CAP\u2019s 57,000 members also perform homeland security, disaster relief and drug interdiction missions at the request of federal, state and local agencies. CAP also plays a leading role in aerospace\/STEM education, and its members serve as mentors to 24,000 young people participating in CAP\u2019s Cadet Programs. Visit www.GoCivilAirPatrol.com for more information.