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Civil Air Patrol Alabama Wing

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Qualifications: · Strong organizational skills, people, and communication skills. ·Must be 18 or older to join this squadron. Willingness to become a member of the Civil Air Patrol. · Ability to pass a background check after submitting fingerprint cards · Enthusiasm for community service.

Alabama Wing Squadrons can now meet in person. Contact us to see how you can help!
Recently Alabama Wing has been flying Covid-19 missions and we are always looking for volunteers dedicated to providing their time to train and conduct these missions.

ALABAMA WING ASSISTS WITH DISTRIBUTION OF COVID TESTING - https://www.facebook.com/101657518547254/videos/3703050709784312

Do you have a desire to volunteer and serve your community a few evenings per month?
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As a volunteer with the CAP you can participate in Search and Rescue missions, training and practice exercises; and disaster relief efforts as part of the Auxiliary to the USAF and other disaster relief and governmental organizations such as the Department of Homeland Security, DoD, FEMA and ALA EMA office of emergency services.

CAP offers ordinary citizens stimulating training opportunities few experience outside the military.

Our volunteer members train diligently to acquire the life-saving and emergency service skills necessary to assist Federal and State humanitarian agencies when disaster strikes; participate in search and rescue missions; and help keep communities safe through homeland security effort.

While the central focal point of our effort is training and preparation of aircrew for the Alabama Wing fleet, there are many roles available to non-flying members such as radio communications, logistics, planning, and mission staff participation.

Central Alabama Senior Squadron is constantly training their members for the skills necessary to provide search and rescue to the public in a time of need: Squadron meets the first Tuesday of each month at the Shelby County Services Building in Pelham.

We invite and welcome you to be our guest for an evening at one of our monthly squadron meetings. You'll also get a chance to meet some of our
members who will discuss the organization and provide you with informational pamphlets and accompany you for the evening to answer any questions you might have about the Civil Air Patrol.

"CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES"

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About Civil Air Patrol Alabama Wing

Location:

111 South Kuter Street, Building 711, Maxwell AFB, AL 36112, US

Mission Statement

CAP supports America’s communities through emergency response, flying and ground services, youth development, and promotion of air, space and cyber power.

Description

Civil Air Patrol is congressionally chartered and operates as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. CAP performs services for the federal government as the official civilian auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force and for states/local communities as a nonprofit organization. CAP is made up of eight geographic regions consisting of 52 wings (the 50 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia). It is a strategic partner of the Air Force, serving as a member of its Total Force. CAP has three primary missions - Emergency Services, Cadet Programs and Aerospace Education. Civil Air Patrol -Saves an average of 80 lives per year -Operates one of the largest fleet of single-engine piston aircraft in the world, with 560 planes currently in the fleet -Consists of 1,437 squadrons and approximately 56,000 volunteer youth and adult members nationwide -Flew over 104,500 hours in 2016 -Contributed nearly $167 million in man-hours in past year, serving the disaster relief and emergency service needs of communities, states and the nation.

Community
Emergency & Safety
Veterans & Military Families

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

1123 County Services DrPelham, AL 35128

(33.54417,-86.43897)
 

SKILLS

  • Search & Rescue
  • Operations
  • Transportation
  • Aviation
  • Supply Chain Logistics
  • Program Management

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • Varies. Squadron meets 2 hours once a month. Depending on interest, position, and availability up to 20 hours a month.
  • Background Check Must be at least 18 Orientation or Training

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