National Commander visits Tennessee university %>
Civil Air Patrolís national commander, Maj. Gen. Mark E. Smith, visited Middle Tennessee State University recently to celebrate the fifth year of the partnership between MTSUís Department of Aerospace and the Tennessee Wing of the U.S. Air Force auxi ...

Aircrews Provide Over 6,200 Damage Assessment Photos in Week 1 of Hurricane Response %>
Florida and Georgia Wings, Civil Air Patrol have flown 122 sorties and have taken over 6,200 photos for assessment of Michael's damage. Lt. Col. Jerusha McLeod Dooley of the National Capital Wing in the District of Columbia, originally from the Des ...

Civil Air Patrol Flying Missions To Document Michael's Impact %>
Civil Air Patrol's Florida and Georgia Wings working hard in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael to document damage. Photo reconnaissance missions are being flown to assist federal and local agents in getting help where needed most.

Southeast Region Stands Ready To Assist After Hurricane Michael Landfall %>
Southeast Region members work hard to prepare assets and personnel to assist in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. They are now in a waiting mode until it clears in their area to help those in need.

Cadet Captain Crum earns Earhart Award %>
Cadet Captain Crum earns Earhart Award
by Lt. Col. Robert Sims
Col Hank Rogers Commander of the Mississippi Wing of the Civil Air Patrol presents Cadet Captain Joseph Crum with the Amelia Earhart Award at a ceremony on 1 October 2018. The award represents the completion of Phase III of the CAP cadet program, an ...

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