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Is there an army version of Civil Air Patrol?

Is there an army version of Civil Air Patrol?

Civil Air Patrol’s cadet program is a traditional military-style cadet program with almost 28,000 cadets nationwide, and is one of the three main missions of Civil Air Patrol. CAP cadets wear modified versions of United States Air Force uniforms, hold rank and grade, and practice military customs and courtesies.

Can active duty military Join Civil Air Patrol?

No. Membership in Civil Air Patrol does not obligate you to any military service; nor will you be called to service or deployed. Membership does not entitle you to the same benefits given to active duty and retired military.

Who can join Civil Air Patrol?

Youth members must be at least 12 years old and not yet 19 years old. Cadets joining a unit in their school may join under the age of 12 as long as they are in the sixth grade.

Will Civil Air Patrol teach me fly?

CAP does not normally provide primary flight training for members. That said, we do have a lot of members who are also Certified Flight Instructors and often willing to provide training to members at reduced rates. We have several scholarships that help CAP Cadets obtain a pilot’s license.

Can Civil Air Patrol retire?

Generally, a member must be in good standing and have 20 years of service as a senior member in CAP to be eligible for retirement. Members who are being considered for demotion or termination may not retire. Retired members may request a return to active duty but this must be approved by the National Commander.

What is the age limit for Civil Air Patrol?

18 years old
Adult members must be at least 18 years old. There is no maximum age limit to join or remain as an adult member.

How much does it cost to be in the Civil Air Patrol?

Q: How much does it cost to join CAP? A: The initial cost is $67.00 (2 checks- $35 & $32 made payable to Civil Air Patrol). Thereafter there are annual NY Wing dues of $32 and LI Group dues of $15. Q: What is the process for joining as a Cadet?

Does the Civil Air Patrol teach you how do you fly?

Who are the members of the Civil Air Patrol?

The Civil Air Patrol (CAP) is a congressionally chartered, federally supported non-profit corporation that serves as the official civilian auxiliary of the United States Air Force (USAF). CAP is a volunteer organization with an aviation-minded membership that includes people from all backgrounds, lifestyles, and occupations.

Are there uniforms for the Civil Air Patrol?

CAPR 39-1 covers uniforms! There are many uniform options in the Civil Air Patrol and quite a lot of regulations involved. This site will only seek to direct you to a few key places for more information:

How to buy blues for Civil Air Patrol?

Cadets will earn a $100.00 ‘Curry’ voucher to help purchase blues through https://www.vanguardmil.com/ The Female ‘bow tie’ and male ‘tie clips’ are items that are not cheaper elsewhere… definitely pick one (or two) of those.

What are the records of the Army Air Forces?

18.4 RECORDS OF THE BUREAU OF AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION 1917-21 342 lin. ft. 18.4.1 Records of the Administration Division 18.4.2 Records of the Production Division 18.4.3 Records of the Spruce Production Division (SPD) 18.4.4 Records of the Airplane Engineering Division 18.4.5 Records of the Aircraft Board