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Chg of Command Flag Pass

Col. Martha Morris (left), Southwest Region Commander, passed the Arizona Wing flag to Col. Linda Yaeger to signal the change of command of the wing on Jan. 6, 2024.

Air-to-ground video capabilities

Civil Air Patrol uses a range of airborne advanced technologies for operational missions, including the ability to send live video from CAP aircraft to search and rescue teams on the ground.

Finishing the Obstacle Course at Encampment

Camaraderie + teamwork = building blocks of Civil Air Patrol's cadet program. Arizona Wing hosts a summer encampment for cadets each year at Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista.

Civil Air Patrol airplanes

The Arizona Wing has 16 single-engine airplanes and one glider assigned for use in search and rescue, cadet orientation flights, and other missions.

Orientation Flights

All CAP cadets are eligible for five orientation flights that introduce aviation principles and offer hands-on experience flying a CAP airplane.

CAP exhibit at CAF

See an exhibit about Civil Air Patrol's history at the Commemorative Air Force Museum in Mesa, Arizona.

Small Unmanned Aerial Systems Training

Civil Air Patrol operates a growing fleet of small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS), commonly called drones, with more than 2,250 aircraft. CAP’s sUAS fleet can be used in poor weather conditions or situations and locations where it might be impractical or unsafe to operate manned aircraft. 

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