Civil Air Patrol

Madison unit gains new commander

Capt Mike AndersonMADISON, Wis. ā€“ Capt. Mike Anderson has assumed command of the Madison Composite Squadron (WI-153), taking over from Lt Col Roger Rognrud, who is now the Southwest Group Commander. Capt. Anderson joined CAP in 2010 to associate with others who share his passion for aviation and to use his skills to help others. Outside of of CAP, he has been a stock broker and investment adviser for 24 years. He is married and the father of two boys.

Anderson takes over a busy squadron with an active Cadet Program and active Senior component. Many Senior Members of the Madison squadron are members of the flight crew, and some, like Anderson, are working towards becoming mission pilots. Madison frequently participates in SAR missions and training missions with the 115th Fighter Wing. Madison is one of four units in the Wisconsin Wing to receive the new Virb Camera Kit and is slated to receive a factory-remanufactured plane from Cessna.

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