CAP Cadet - Challenger 1 Cadet Squadron
Dec 2012 - Present (Alexandria, VA)
CAP performs several missions in direct support of the U.S. Air Force. Specifically, CAP conducts light transport, communications support, and low-altitude route surveys. CAP also provides orientation flights for AFROTC cadets. Joint U.S. Air Force and CAP search-and-rescue exercises provide realistic training for missions.
CAP flies more than 85 percent of all federal inland search-and-rescue missions directed by the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fl. Outside the continental United States, CAP supports the Joint Rescue Coordination Centers in Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
CAP performs is disaster-relief operations. CAP provides air and ground transportation and an extensive communications network.
CAP joined the "war on drugs" in 1986 when, pursuant to congressional authorization, CAP signed an agreement with the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Customs Service offering CAP resources to help stem the flow of drugs into and within the United States.
CSFI Cyber Apprentice - The Cyber Security Forum Initiative
Nov 2013 – Present (Manassas, VA)
Administrative support, social media efforts.
CAP Cadet Drug Demand Reduction (DDR) Squadron Officer
Jan 2014 – present (Alexandria, VA)
The Civil Air Patrol Drug Demand Reduction Program assists units at all levels to instill an aggressive, positive, drug-free attitude in CAP members, Air Force families, DoD civilians and school-age children through a comprehensive program that:
- Promotes CAP as a positive community service lifestyle.
- Encourages youth to remain in school.
- Focuses on drug abuse awareness, education and prevention.
- Provides positive activities as an alternative to drugs and gang violence.
In the context of the Cadet Program, the CAP DDR program's vision is: "CAP cadets -- applying their leadership skills by serving as ambassadors of the drug-free ethic."