World War II Civil Air Patrol sub chaser and South Dakota aviation legend Luverne “Vern” Kraemer passed away June 20, in Rapid City, S.D. at the age of 95. Kraemer is the last known CAP sub chaser in South Dakota.
Civil Air Patrol cadets from across America gather in Dayton, Ohio, starting today for the 2012 National Cadet Competition, a prestigious CAP inspection and drill event that originated in 1947.
An honor guard of Civil Air Patrol cadets will salute aviation legend Evelyn Johnson Bryan, known by all as “Mama Bird,” when she is laid to rest Wednesday morning in Jefferson City, Tenn.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A major step in the campaign to secure a Congressional Gold Medal recognizing Civil Air Patrol members’ service to the country during World War II was taken May 11 when the U.S. Senate unanimously approved S. 418, introduced by Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa.
The Civil Air Patrol (CAP) officially opened a Composite Squadron at the Central Florida Aerospace Academy (CFAA) on the Sun ’n Fun campus on Lakeland-Linder Regional Airport (LAL) in Florida.
By CONNIE SUE WHITE
When Civil Air Patrol Seminole Composite Squadron Deputy Commander Kenny Eads asked a group of five cadets to volunteer for a unique mission, it caught on like wildfire. The assignment: build the first-ever Fire Hub on the SUN ’n FUN campgrounds.
Eads explained to the young men that it would the be the first of 50 Fire Hubs planned across the United States as part of the Recreational Aviation Foundation’s latest fund-raising initiative [Read more...]
A Civil Air Patrol honor guard provides a prominent presence in the first music video by the U.S. Army Field Band’s Jazz Ambassadors.