Florida Wing Group 2 Headquarters
Experience the compelling mix of Aviation, Adventure and Community Service.
Group 2, Civil Air Patrol, Has A Vision Of Being Recognized As A Premier
Organization Within Florida Wing In The Training And Execution Of The
Emergency Services, Cadet, And Aerospace Missions Though Communication And
Collaboration Among Our Diverse Units And The Recruitment And Retention Of
A Highly Qualified, Motivated, And Rewarded Volunteer
The Mission Of Group 2, Civil Air Patrol, Is To Maximize The Effectiveness Of
Every Minute Contributed By Our Volunteer Force By Providing The Timely
And Quality Training And Resources Required To Perform Emergency Services
In Times Of Peril To Our Local Community, The State Of Florida, And The
Nation; By Guiding And Nurturing The Leadership Potential Of Our Nation’s
Youth; By Cultivating The Significance Of Aerospace Power Among The
Populous And By Recognizing And rewarding Our volunteers for their dedication and efforts.
The Florida Wing in the news
The Florida Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Wing always remains
ready to assist in local emergencies. Since the recent hurricane (Mathew) areas
of Florida were hit with destructive winds and rain. In order for the
Governor’s office to provide information to FEMA, several CAP squadrons in
Florida were activated. The mission of identifying the areas needing assistance
was completed by the CAP officers and cadets. This was done by using CAP
aircraft equipped with sophisticated cameras and taking photos of the areas.
The CAP members are all volunteers and the aircraft and equipment was provided
by the United States Air Force. See the news report here.
News from Around the Group
Group 5 completes successful SLS course
October 30, 2019 | By: Maj. Marian Motyl-Szary
Members from Florida WIng's Group 5 and Group 2 attended the Capstone segment of the Squadron Leadership School (SLS) held recently at the Punta Gorda Airport Authority conference room at KPGD.
National Commander visits Tennessee university
April 15, 2019 | By: Lt. Col. Andrew Oppmann
Civil Air Patrol’s national commander, Maj. Gen. Mark E. Smith, visited Middle Tennessee State University recently to celebrate the fifth year of the partnership between MTSU’s Department of Aerospace and the Tennessee Wing of the U.S. Air Force auxi ...