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New Jersey Wing Commander

Col Amy Myzie

Col Amy Myzie

Col Myzie joined Civil Air Patrol in 1971 as a Cadet in Connecticut, completing the Cadet program and rising to the rank of Cadet Lieutenant Colonel. She attended the Cadet Officer School and the International Air Cadet Exchange in England.

Col Myzie has previously served at the Squadron, Wing, and National staff levels. She has served as a Character Development Instructor, Deputy Commander for Cadets, Squadron Commander, Wing Chief of Staff and Wing Vice Commander for Operations. She has also served as the Director of the National Flight Academy, New Jersey called Falcon Flight since 2019.

Col Myzie has completed all five levels of the Senior Member program, has graduated from the National Staff College and earned the Gill Robb Wilson Award. She has been a FAA certified private pilot since 1981 and currently holds aircrew specialty ratings as a mission check pilot, mission pilot, observer, scanner, airborne photographer and incident commander 2. She also has earned a master rating in cadet programs and command, senior ratings in aerospace education, emergency services and inspector general and technician ratings in supply, character development and communications. Col Myzie has served as an instructor all levels of the professional development program and CAP Volunteer University.

Col Myzie has received numerous wing and region awards, including multiple achievement awards, multiple commander’s commendations (including region and national) as well as the Civil Air Patrol Exceptional Service Award and Meritorious Service Award. Col Myzie holds a Bachelor’s Degree from New Jersey City University and a Master’s Degree from Boston University.

Col Myzie is a retired Police Lieutenant and lives in Flemington, New Jersey.

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