Members of the Indiana Wing of the Civil Air Patrol will bivouac at the Starke County Airport this weekend. In all, 150 cadets and Air Force trainers will on the ground and in the air doing search and rescue training. Over 80 aircraft will be at the Airport. Cadets will be staying in tents. There will be a Mess Hall set up to support the effort.
Col. Mark Reeves, who was at the Airport during a previous training session, will help coordinate the training which will last through Sunday.