Senior Programs (FL376)

Program Information

Senior Member (Adult) Program Overview

 Though Civil Air Patrol is known for its flying missions, CAP adults members, known as Senior Members, do so much more than just fly. In fact less than a fifth of all CAP members are pilots or aircrew members. CAP adult members come from all walks of life. Some are doctors, nurses, paramedics, or other medical professionals. Others are lawyers, paralegals, accountants, computer programmers, and other business professionals and executives. Mechanics, cooks, teachers, police officers, clergy, parents, really just about any career or background can be useful to and found in the ranks of the CAP adult membership. CAP supports a variety of missions that require adults from all walks of life that you may not know about.
 
In emergency services and operations we not only need aircrew members, but also ground team members to aid in the rescue of survivors or to assess damage after a disaster. CAP needs communications personnel to relay critical messages when there is limited or no telephone support. Administrative staff, financial managers, logistics and supply personnel are needed to document missions and get personnel critical supplies and equipment in the field that they need to conduct missions.

CAP also needs adults to support the cadet program. CAP has over 26,000 cadets across the country that need mentors willing to help guide and support them. The cadet program provides young adults between the ages of 12 and 21 a well rounded program of leadership, aerospace education, physical fitness, and moral and ethical decision making. In today’s world we need good people who are willing to step up and help provide a healthy, drug-free environment to develop tomorrow’s leaders. Many former cadets have gone into the military, government jobs, or private sector employment where they can and do make a difference, and really excel. There are many military general officers that were once CAP cadets. Senators and congressman, CEOs and corporate executives, and others credit their success to CAP and the adult members who mentored them.

CAP needs adults for its aerospace education program. In addition to educating our own members, CAP’s adult leaders provide training and resources to teachers who reach out to students of all ages across the country. Aviation and aerospace impacts the lives of Americans every day, and CAP works to ensure that citizens know the how valuable aviation and aerospace is in our world.

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Awards (FL376)

Member of the Year Award

Pictures
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Awards Index

Apr-Jun 2019 
Jan-Mar 2019
Oct-Dec 2018
Jul-Sep 2018
Jan-Mar 2018
Nov-Dec 2017
July-Oct 2017
Apr-Jun 2017
Jan-Mar 2017
November 2016
October 2016
July 2016
April-June 2016
Promotion & Awards
07 March 2016
January-March 2016
October 2015
September 2015
August 2015
June 2015
April 2015
Nov 2013 to Dec 2014
March 2013
February 2013
2012-C
2012-B
2012-A
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007 and prior
2018
Maj Robert Corriveau
2017
Capt Ray James
2016
1st Lt Robert G. Boone
2015
Maj Marian Motyl-Szary
2014
Capt Raymond James
2013
Capt Richard Farmer
2012
Maj Ron Stearns
2011
Lt Col Richard Niess
2010
Lt Col Frank Damico
2009
Lt Col Ray Rosenberg
2008

Jim Picone

2007

Cindy Dohm

2006

Jim Carrender

2005

Pat Lammersfeid

2004

Richard Mandell

2003

Ron Gordon

2002

Joe Wilkins




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Photo Album

  Commander Boone now Captain
  Memorial Day 2019 on Marco
  OWS March 2019 on Marco
  SAREX January 2019
  MICAP Holiday Party 2018
SAREX Marco & Naples Nov 2018
Change of Command 11 July 2018
  Group 5 OWS on Marco
  MICAP Holiday Party 2017
  Our new Aircraft
  MICAP Open House 2017
  Drone Demo March 2017
  Retirements in March 2017
 G1000 Class - Getting ready for the new airplane!
 MICAP Holiday Party 2016
 Veterans' Day Ceremony at Marco Veterans Park 2016
 New Antenna High Wire Work
 FGCU Visit to Marco Airport
 BudLite Regatta 2016
 Collier Mosquito Control
 Memorial Day Ceremony on Marco [2016]
 Open House and CAP 75th Celebration
 Safety and Vertigo in March
 February Meetings
 MICAP and Naples 2016 Standdown
Squadron Holiday Party 2015
  Over Water Survival Training in Marco Mar & Nov 2015
 Veterans' Day 2015 on 11/11 at 11:11
 Power Squadron: Wear your PFDs -- 16 May 2015
  Bring-A-Friend Event April 2015
 Group5 Joint SAREX April 2015
 Marco Island: 50th Anniversary
 WWCP 15 March 2015: Focus on Camp Sites
  SAREX Jan 2015
 Holiday Party 2014
Tuskegee Painting Ceremony
Change of Command 26 July 2014
MICAP & Naples SAREX 23-24 Nov 2013
Stand Down Day Sep 2013
Open House May 2013
SUI-FLWG Inspection 23-Feb-2013
Awards 7 May 2012
2012 Bud Lite Marco Island Regatta
Marco Island New Airport Taxiway Dedication 23 Feb 2012
FLWG 2012: Mission Pilot of the Year
Florida Wing Conference 10-12 Feb 2012
Change of Command, Promotions & Awards 06 Feb 2012
2011 Holiday Party
Squadron Events -- 2011
SAMI 2010 Race w/ CAP Crew
SAMI 2009 Race w/ CAP Crew
Glider Program, March 2009
Water Survival Training
for MICAP March 2009

Our Glider
August 1-3, MICAP's
Search and Rescue Exercise at the hangar
Cadet Glider Training, Jan 2008
Florida Wing Conference 2008
2007 Holiday party
Current pics from Ray (9-2007)
Our Hangar and Plane(2007)
Historical pictures from Ron Gordon
(Aug 2007)


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MICAP Meeting Agenda

 

Marco Island Civil Air Patrol's regular meeting will be held Monday, 5 August 2019 at 7:00pm.  

There will be no G1000 class.

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