We'd like to ask for an hour or less of your time to learn about the USAF's Auxiliary, the Civil Air Patrol, which has proudly served our nation for over 71 years.
The purpose of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Familiarization Course for Air Force and CAP members is to provide awareness of the Civil Air Patrol, the official Auxiliary of the United States Air Force (USAF) to USAF Active Duty, Reserve, Guard and Civilian Employees and their families, (as well as CAP members looking to gain a more global understanding of CAP and what CAP offers to the Air Force). Specifically, CAP wishes to provide information about all that CAP offers for individual Air Force members, their families and the Air Force community at large in terms of assets, benefits and opportunities for volunteer service.
This course has three primary objectives:
Completing this course should take about 1 hour or less. For those wishing to explore CAP more in depth, this course includes a number of links to additional information and materials.
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Want to Get Started?
1. Review the course objectives.
1. Click here to take the pre-course quiz to test your knowledge about the Civil Air Patrol!
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Comments and suggestions concerning the course are welcomed and encouraged. Course students and other interested parties should contact CAP's Professional Development office at firstname.lastname@example.org with inputs.