On Dec. 10, Civil Air Patrol will be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal in honor of its founding members’ role in protecting the homeland against deadly German U-boat attacks during World War II and carrying out other vital wartime domestic missions
CITGO is sponsoring the purchase of replica Congressional Gold Medals to be awarded to CAP World War II veterans who will travel to Washington, D.C., for the medal presentation, as well as the celebratory reception/dinner.
For the first time in the 72-year history of Civil Air Patrol, the organization’s chief executive officer, the national commander of CAP, will be selected by the group’s Board of Governors. Applications will be accepted until Feb. 21.
Wreaths Across America, a nonprofit organization founded by the Worcester Wreath Co. in Harrington, Maine, recognizes the courage and sacrifices of U.S. veterans by placing wreaths on the graves of the fallen during the holiday season.
First Lt. Kevin T. Geiss' championing the safe use of alternative fuels to ensure energy independence for combat and support missions around the globe reduced U.S. Air Force fuel and energy consumption, saving more than $1 billion in 2012 alone.
Civil Air Patrol is flying the tornado paths capturing high-quality imagery to assess the damage from the storms. CAP is also deploying ground teams to go block by block, house by house and document the destruction.
MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Ala . – Maj. Gen. Amy S. Courter, Civil Air Patrol’s national commander from 2008-2011, is the newly-elected president of the International Air Cadet Exchange Association Board of Directors – the first female to hold the...
MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Ala. – Civil Air Patrol’s Cadet Officer School, one of the top professional development opportunities available to America’s youth, will be in session here next week.
Maxwell AFB is the home of Air University...