Civil Air Patrol “Walks” to Mars

The Board of Governors and national leadership are interested in the health and well-being of all members and their families. Healthy volunteers are the foundation for CAP mission success. Accordingly, CAP has launched a national challenge to “collect” the distances necessary to reach Mars from Earth — 33.9 million miles. The year-long challenge from CAP’s National […]

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Cadets Invited to Participate in Air Force Black History Month Essay Contest on Tuskegee Airmen Influence

Civil Air Patrol cadets are invited to participate in the U.S. Air Force Recruiting Service’s (AFRS) essay contest on “How do the Tuskegee Airmen still influence the Air force today?” in honor of Black History Month. The contest is also open to AFJROTC cadets. Essays, limited to 500 words, must be submitted to squadron commanders in time […]

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Uniform Manual

YOUR UNIFORM is a visual representation of your commitment to the Core Values. Because uniforms are unique — only CAP cadets wear the CAP cadet uniform — they are a source of pride. Wearing the uniform is part of your leadership training. The uniform helps you develop self-discipline, personal responsibility, and self-respect. Whenever you wear […]

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Cadet Wingman Program

Teamwork plays an integral role in the CAP Cadet program. Each cadet has a “wingman” for peer-to-peer support and safety. We teach cadets to look out for their wingman’s safety and we tell cadets that if they think inappropriate behavior is occurring, they are to tell any trusted adult, without fear of retaliation. The Wingman […]

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