The following volunteer positions are immediately available with the Northshore Composite Squadron. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. US Citizenship required.
For more information, please contact the squadron commander, Lt.Col. Murray.
Fly in co-pilot seat or rear set of single-engine aircraft in support of CAP search-and-rescue and disaster-relief missions. Search for actual and training targets. Operate radios, cameras, GPS, and direction-finding equipment. Assist pilot as required. FAA pilots license not required.
Pilot single-engine aircraft in support of CAP actual and training missions, including search-and-rescue, disaster-relief, glider tow, aircraft ferry, and cadet flight orientation. Current FAA Pilots license, BFR, and medical are required. Familiarity with Garmin G1000 systems and Cessna 182 operation desirable.
Responsible for managing paper and online squadron files, assisting members with application forms and administrative requests. Successful candidate will have excellent organizational skills, an eye for detail, and willingness to assist new members.
The Civil Air Patrol Chaplain Corps promotes moral leadership, spiritual care, and character development throughout its programs. Responding to emergencies is a critical aspect of the CAP Chaplain Corps. As professional clergy, CAP chaplains prepare to respond to Civil Air Patrol, USAF, and community emergencies , such as disasters, aircraft accidents, or acts of terrorism.
Requirements: A fully ordained or qualified priest, rabbi, or minister of religion and actively engaged in or retired from a denominationally approved vocation.