Los Alamos Civil Air Patrol’s Newest Pilot: Chase Britton

C/CMSgt.Chase Britton next to the C-172 he flew to complete his private pilot’s license. Courtesy photo

CAP News:

Cadet Chief Master Sgt. Chase Britton became Civil Air Patrol’s newest pilot June 13 after passing his FAA check ride with flying colors.

The event took place at Santa Fe Municipal Airport. Britton used a Civil Air Patrol Cessna 172 for both his training as well as the check ride. His training was provided by CAP instructors SMSgt. Chuck Grosvenor and Lt. Col. Rick Thomas.

Los Alamos squadron commander Maj. Annette Peters congratulated Britton on his achievement.

“We are all very proud of you,” she said in an e-mail to Britton.

Santa Fe Fire Department’s airport crash rig was on hand for the successful check ride and gave C/CMSgt. Chase Britton the traditional welcome after his milestone event. Courtesy photo
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