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CAP's emergency services include air and ground search and rescue,
disaster relief, and civil defense, as well as cooperation with and
assistance to other emergency services agencies.
CAP's aerospace education programs provide CAP members and the
educational community information about aviation and space activities.
CAP's cadet programs are designed to inspire the country's youth to
become leaders and good American citizens through their interest in
Wilderness Waterways and Coastal Patrol flights
operate on a route beginning at the Marco Island Airport past Goodland
to Seminole Park, to Port of the Islands, Everglades City, Pavilion
Key, Indian Key, Cape Romano, along the shore to Big Marco Pass, from
time to time extending its operations up and down the coast. Over the
years, numerous boaters and aircraft crew members have been found and
assisted by the Squadron. The Squadron also flies special missions
called by the Air Force in other areas. The Squadron provides emergency
services transporting medical technicians, lifesaving medicines and
human organs for transplant. When disaster strikes, such as a hurricane,
the Marco Island Squadron provides emergency communications systems,
assistance in locating victims, evacuation
Please contact the CAP if you are interested in becoming a member or make a contribution to support our missions.
We have a Cadet Squadron in Naples and young men and women ages 12-18 or their parents are welcome to contact the commanding officer for more information about the Cadet Program. The area cadets meet in Naples as part of the Naples Cadet Squadron. Meetings are every Monday at 1830Hrs (6:30 pm) held at the Naples Airport: 360 Aviation Drive Naples, FL 34104. For more information, contact the Commander Maj Kevin Dinger at KDinger@flwg.us.
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