Regulations revised during Publications Reengineering are available on the Regulations for Preview page for 30 days prior to their effective date. USAF-style uniform standards in the prior CAPM are re-stated to match the most uniforms are authorized for these members (reference CAPR ). All senior members must be screened in accordance with CAPM and undergo Cadet Protection Program Training (CPPT) before working with cadets.

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There are two aerospace education officers authorized for composite squadrons: Coordinate cadet staff activities. Membership records and applications.

Develop and implement a check pilot program. Coordination with other cadet staff sections. Donate an Item from Wish List.

Advise commanders on initiation of termination actions and serve as CAP representative at termination appeals hearings as appropriate. 39-22

Recruiting and Retention

Develop and implement operations plans, programs and directives. Every chaplain should be familiar with the following CAP directives: Submit applications for awards. Evaluate aircrew techniques and ability using appropriate publications and checklists. Ensure the SAR training program is adequate. Relations with local agencies.


Civil Air Patrol

Maintain an adequate stock vapm applicable forms. CAPR E Cadet Aerospace Education Officer: Prepare local publications and forms.

Supplies and equipment for unit missions or special activities. Related duties as required. The duties above also apply to the deputy squadron commander. Establish plans, policies, and procedures 399-2 to the fulfillment of the CAP mission, which are not in conflict with the directives of higher headquarters.

Coordinate operations matters with other staff agencies or interested agencies. Develop agreements with state emergency management officials pertaining to natural disaster and civil defense activities.

Forms & Publications – CAWG Cadet Programs

Obtain, administer, safeguard, and return education and training materials used in Civil Air Patrol. To attract and keep the best possible members for America’s Air Force Auxiliary. Initiate requests for promotion of squadron members. Implementation of higher headquarters directives.

Manages and administers xapm CAP personnel program and associated administrative procedures to include: Keep informed of the accomplishments, problems, and degree of compliance with regulations and other directives through personal observations, inspections, reports, and staff meetings. Aerospace education activities in coordination with aerospace education officer. Maintain first aid kits for medical emergencies.


Cadet joining the National Guard : Civil Air Patrol

The moral leadership officer is an individual active in and approved by their denomination or faith group. Coordinate wing SAR evaluations, training missions, and exercises. Coordinate licensing or frequency authorizations for all radio operations. Initiate recommendations for awards and decorations for squadron members. Document ES training accomplished and qualifications earned. Initiate organization actions affecting their squadron cap redesignations, address changes, etc.

Advises on legal implications of CAP programs and activities subject to the constraints imposed by local law on the unauthorized practice of law to include: Stage display booths and provide recruiting coverage at local high schools, shopping centers, air shows, and acpm public events.

Assists the cadet commander and deputy commander cap, administering cadet squadron activities. Provide bloodborne pathogen protection training including preventive measures.

Collect and report data to determine the effectiveness of communications operations. Participating as chaplains in cadet summer encampments and other cadet activities.