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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Color Guard- Battle of the Bands. The Squadron Recruiting Officer formulates plans and establishes policies, procedures and programs designed to assist CAP in attracting new members and retaining current members. Generate and supervise cxpm aerospace education activities and supporting projects for cadets. Obtain, administer, safeguard, and return education and training materials used in Civil Air Patrol.

Initiate recommendations for awards and decorations for squadron members. Providing pastoral care of senior and cadet members, including counseling, visitation, encouragement, and other special assistance as the chaplain may be able to provide. Performing professional functions as necessary, for example, religious services, liturgies, pastoral counseling, etc. Establish requirements and track acquisition and disposition of communication equipment in coordination with logistics.

Monitor cadet staff compliance with Cadet Protection policies. Monitor funds and property used for cadet program. Deputy Commander for Seniors. Maintain an adequate stock of applicable forms. Make personnel assignment recommendations. Serve on unit membership board as directed by the unit commander.


Keep informed of the accomplishments, problems, and degree of compliance with regulations and other directives through personal observations, inspections, reports, caapm staff meetings. Continually evaluate aircrew training procedures and techniques.


Establishing and conducting a program for the publishing of general and special histories, monographs, studies, and similar works for issue both internally and externally to CAP. Directing the development of plans and procedures to ensure accomplishments of senior member program objectives. Cadets are our best recruiters for the Cadet Program. Develop and maintain an adequate emergency service force. Personally contact individuals expressing an interest in CAP by telephone, written inquiry, etc.

Prepare and process CAPFs for new or requalifying personnel. Control correspondence including messages. Review and analyze accident reports for contributing factors, trends and other accident prevention information. Commands the cadet squadron and performs duties related to cadet positions.

Develop and implement operations plans, programs and directives. Arrange for necessary medical training materials.

See CAPR for policy on emergency medical treatment. Promote an understanding and appreciation of CAP in the local community. This program does not have to be a big fancy plan and have a lot of paper involved. Recommend to the commander the allocation or reallocation of property within the unit.

Coordinate to assure attainment of cadet program objectives and adherence to cadet program directives. Applicable to Cadet and Composite Squadrons Only.

Monitor funds and property used for senior member programs. Maintain first aid kits for medical emergencies. Participating in emergency services exercises. Supervise the aerospace education testing program for cadets. Generally advise commanders and unit personnel on preventive medicine matters relevant to CAP activities.

Place posters and other recruiting materials in strategic locations advertising local meeting times and places.

Be responsible for real property management in accordance with CAPR Ensure proper wear of the uniform and that violations are promptly corrected. Maintain records to determine the status of 392 personnel, vehicles aircraft, radios and other emergency equipment available for ES missions. Ensure that aircraft are maintained in an airworthy condition in accordance with FAA requirements.


Determine meeting dates and attendance requirements for squadron meetings in accordance capn policies established by higher headquarters.

Ensure that complaints and grievances are resolved fairly, impartially, and promptly. Provide special aerospace education presentations to the general public. The logistics officer should be familiar with the CAP directives in the series indicated below: Select personnel to fill authorized staff positions and remove from staff position those members deemed unqualified or otherwise unsuitable to continue in their positions.

Manages and administers the CAP personnel program and associated administrative procedures to include: Select and supervise the senior member staff officers to direct the cadet program.

Minnesota Wing Civil Air Patrol

Ensure that new personnel are properly introduced to 392- and make frequent checks on their progress. Perform spot evaluation checks as appropriate. Perform related duties as assigned by the unit commander. Coordinate member training accomplishments with other members of the staff. Develop agreements with state emergency management officials pertaining to natural disaster and civil defense activities.

Coordinate communications conferences, meetings, and workshops. Conduct safety studies and recommend corrective action.