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Cadet Programs Officers

1st Lt Michael Kittleson- Drill and Ceremonies
Lt Kittleson holds the record of most grades promoted in Sq 712- after all, he earned his C/Lt Col (Eaker Award). Lt Kittleson loves anything dealing with radios. He has completed Level II of the SM PD program and holds a Technician rating in Cadet Programs. He is employed as a machinist.


MSgt Eric Klemm- Physical Training and Supplies
MSgt Klemm served in the Army for 23 years as a combat medic and attained the rank of Sergeant First Class (E-7). He helps outfit the Cadets with BDUs and USAF blues as a Supply Officer, and he supervises the Cadets as they undergo the PT examinations. He has completed Level I of the SM PD program. He is employed as a quality controller.

Maj Keith McMillen- Aerospace
Before taking this post, Maj McMillen completed ten years in the command section of Sq 712. Maj McMillen enjoys war history, aerospace, and counterdrug flying. His CAP resume includes a National Commander's Commendation, three Achievement Medals, Level III of the SM PD program, the Command Service Ribbon, a Find Ribbon, and the Air Search and Rescue medal. He holds a Senior rating in Finance, and a Technician rating in each Command, Historian, and Safety. He is employed as an analyst today.


1st Lt Jim Mesko- Transportation and Supplies
Lt Mesko served in the Air Force, attaining the rank of Technical Sergeant (E-6). He joined CAP in 2012. He holds a Technician rating in the Logistics specialty track. Lt Mesko details car in his leisure time.

Maj Eric Schuelke- Character Development
Maj Schu
elke (pronounced "SCHULL-key", rhymes with "tool") is an Air Force veteran, attaining the rank of Technical Sergeant (E-6) in his service. He craves ES night and wished we did it more often. He has completed Level III of the SM PD program, and holds a Senior rating in each Character Development and Emergency Services. He holds a Wing Commander's Commendation, 20-Year Award, and was the 2016 PAWG SM of the Year. By trade, Maj Schuelke is an assembler.


1st Lt Brian Weitzel- Administration and Personnel
Lt Weitzel is a former Sq 712 Cadet, who ended his tenure as a Cadet Major. He is a full-time student at the Butler County Community College, where he is studying social work. Lt Weitzel has completed Level I of the SM PD program and holds a Technician rating on the Cadet Programs specialty track.