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Cadet Airmen Jack Clavenna and father Col. James Clavenna read the Civil Air Patrol Leadership Manual to  at the Coastal Charleston Composite Squadron, Joint Base Charleston - Air Base Feb. 13. Clavenna takes his son to weekly CAP meetings. The Civil Air Patrol has one of the largest fleets of single-engine aircraft in the world, with more than 550 aircraft nationwide. Clavenna is the commander of the 437th Maintenance Group, 437th Airlift Wing. Jack has been in CAP for nearly a year. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Ashlee Galloway) Flexible reserve opportunities supporting Air Force auxiliary
For Airmen who want to continue serving their country, but can no longer commit to a monthly or annual schedule, the Civil Air Patrol Reserve Assistance Program may be their next career move.The program, CAPRAP for short, utilizes officer and enlisted Reserve Airmen as liaisons between local CAP squadrons and the Air Force. The program is operated
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