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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Promote an understanding and appreciation of CAP in the local community. Supervise all pubic affairs activities of subordinate units. Develop and implement communications plans, programs, and directives in close coordination and in support of command, operations and emergency services. To attract and keep the best possible members for America’s Air Force Auxiliary.

Recruiting and Retention

93-2 Aircraft marking 66 series. Initiate recommendations for awards and decorations for squadron members. Place posters and other ccapm materials in strategic locations advertising local meeting times and places. Participating in ecclesiastical public relations activities. Develop necessary operations policies and procedures to ensure mission accomplishment and to provide adequate guidance to subordinate personnel and units.


Develop and implement operations plans, programs and directives. Know directives applicable to professional development programs. Responsible for maintenance, painting, and marking vehicles. Develop a unit disaster preparedness force capable of responding to appropriate requests.

Evaluate aircrew techniques in mission planning, briefings, mission execution, and critiques. Monitor the aerospace education portion of the CAP cadet program.


Develop detailed operating procedures for communications operations and guidance to subordinate units and personnel. Provide non-clergy support to assist chaplains in providing ministry to the CAP community. Coordinating with other staff sections as required to obtain information, testing, legal, financial, and medical assistance required in conducting senior member activities.

Applicable to Squadrons Only: Directing the development of plans and procedures to ensure accomplishments of senior member program objectives.

Request the issuance of transportation and mission authorizations as requested.

Manages and directs the logistics program to include the areas of supply, transportation, maintenance, and installation engineering. Manages and directs all operations activities.

The Squadron Recruiting Officer needs to work with a wide variety of staff officers to be effective. Direction of cadet participation in squadron operations. Implements, manages and directs administrative services activities.

Responsible for all matters pertaining to supply. Interpretation of laws and regulations. Conduct safety studies and recommend corrective action. Develop standard operating procedures for the control and operation of CAP aircraft. Monitor funds and property used for senior member programs. Confidential screening FBI fingerprint cards. Directs and evaluates implementation of the CAP cadet program within the squadron. Recruiting and Retention The Recruiting Officer and The Team The Squadron Recruiting Officer formulates plans and establishes policies, procedures and programs designed to assist CAP in attracting new members and retaining current members.


Control correspondence including messages.

Cadet Programs Wing Events. Assists the ES Officer in managing and directing disaster preparedness activities.

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The moral leadership officer is an individual active in and approved by their denomination or faith group. Maintain first aid kits for 392 emergencies. Stage display booths and provide recruiting coverage at local high schools, shopping centers, air shows and other public events. Applicable to Cadet and Composite Squadrons Only.

These officers work together as a team to insure that the Squadron Recruiting and Retention Program accomplishes it’s goals.