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Read about impact of the Hurricane Florence, CAP Members are having Double Vision, and how a
Lost Mother and Child are "Saved by the Cell"… Plus it's Aerospace Education Week
All Call. Stand By.
Hurricane Florence Response by Civil Air Patrol
As Hurricane Florence takes aim on the Mid-Atlantic Coast, Civil Air Patrol’s North Carolina and South Carolina wings stand ready to respond to the storm’s predicted destructive assault on their states.
Twin Sisters are Active CAP Volunteers for Almost 70 Years
They are “The Twins” of the Washington Wing: Lt. Cols. Eleanor Baker and her younger sister — by seven minutes — Evelyn Lundstrom-Weiss. The two women, who will celebrate their 88th birthday in September, have volunteered in CAP for nearly seven decades...
The Aerospace/STEM Education Programs bring over 40 free fun and engaging products and programs to our members and to classrooms throughout the nation. We serve adults and youth in pre-K through 12th grades and have impacted more than 400,000 schoolchildren this year.
Mother and 4-Yr-Old "Saved by the Cell".. CAP's Cell Phone Forensics Team, That Is!
Civil Air Patrol’s National Cell Phone Forensics Team helped direct searchers early this morning to a 34-year-old mother and her 4-year-old daughter after they became lost while hiking and spent the night outside in north-central Arizona.