Knocked Down, but Not Out, MICAP Back on Patrol and Operational %>
Just short of a month after Irma struck and dealt a devastating blow to the Marco Island CAP Squadron hangar, the Squadron was back in “temporary” facilities and launched its weekly Wilderness Waterway Coastal Patrol.

Rescuers Affected by Hurricane Irma Damage %>
Rescuers Affected by Hurricane Irma Damage
by Lt. Col. Jeff P. Carlson
Heavy damage to Marco Island Senior Squadron, Marco Island, Fla. left part of a building in shambles thanks to #HurricaneIrma but noone was hurt. But. . .business goes on as usual and will return to normal sometime down the road. A microburst or smal ...

Stay Safe, Stand Ready, Smith Tells Fla. Members as Hurricane Irma Looms %>
National, region, and wing leadership keep a close eye on Hurricane Irma as preparation have been completed and impact with Florida is impending.

Wings' Plans Take Shape as Irma Approaches Fla. %>
With aircraft evacuated to the Florida Panhandle, members of the Florida and surrounding wings wait as Hurricane Irma makes her way to land.

Puerto Rico, U.S.Virgin Islands members prepare for Irma missions; Florida braces %>
Civil Air Patrol members work on recovery in the Caribbean and prepare for possible land fall in Florida.

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