Capt Tina M. Brady-Perfors- Administration, Records, and Personnel

Capt Perfors joined CAP in 2009 with her son Michael, who ended as an Eaker Cadet (C/Lt Col). She served in the United States Navy in ordinance and ended as a Petty Officer First Class (E-6). Her training record includes the Squadron Leadership School, Officer Basic Course, Corporate Learning Course, and Training Leaders of Cadets. She holds Level II and Technician ratings in Administration and Personnel. Her devotion to CAP has also been recognized with three Achievement Medals, the Yeager Award, Air Search and Rescue Medal, and numerous Community Service ribbons.

2d Lt David Harrison- Aerospace and Recruiting/Retention
2d Lt Harrison
Lt Harrison joined CAP in 2017 after finding YouTube videos of the organization online. He comes from a family tradition of service, with his father and paternal grandfather serving in the Air Force and Navy, respectively. On his maternal side, every male relative has served in the Army of the Republic of Korea. Lt Harrison holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Carnegie Mellon University in Piano Performance, and he also studied education and foreign policy. He is currently employed in the finance industry. In addition, Lt Harrison is working toward his Private Pilot Certificate and is qualified as a CAP Mission Scanner and Mission Observer, as well as having attained Level II of the SM PD program. He holds the Technician rating on the Aerospace and Cadet Programs specialty tracks, as well as the Yeager Medal.

Maj Keith McMillen- Aerospace and Safety
Maj McMillen
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, Professional Development, and Safety. He is employed as an analyst today.

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 Administration, Cadet Programs, and Personnel specialty tracks.