Indiana Wing is awarded the National Commander's Unit Citation
Great Lakes Region Commander, Col. Matthew R. Creed, announced yesterday the National Commander has awarded the National Commander's Unit Citation to the Indiana Wing Civil Air Patrol for outstanding service to the state and to CAP during the COVID-19 crisis. While the wing was initially nominated for a Unit Citation, it was determined that the exceptional response by the entire Indiana Wing warranted an upgrade to the National Commander's Unit Citation instead. Col. Creed said of the Wing's efforts, "I can't express how proud I am of the wing's performance during this crisis, both in the community response during the award time period and in the amount and quality of activity that has taken place since."
Col. Robert Freese, Indiana Wing Commander added, "I am thrilled that the members of the Indiana Wing have been recognized by the National Commander for their efforts during the current pandemic. The recognition is well-deserved."
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