Civil Air Patrol
|The U.S. Civil Air Patrol (“CAP”) has been at the forefront of community service for more than six decades – in time of war and peace – its members giving far more than they could hope to receive in return. CAP members do this for love of country, respect for their fellow man, and their desire to contribute to their communities.
As the civilian auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force, CAP performs no combat function. They perform essential non-combat missions for the Air Force in time of need; as embodied in the CAP Mission Statement: “To serve America by developing our Nation’s youth; accomplishing local, state and national emergency and humanitarian missions; and educating our citizens on the impact of aviation and space.”
CAP Aircraft / Vehicles on the Static Ramp: C-182 G-1000 search aircraft, Gippsland GA-8 reconnaissance aircraft, Blanik L-23 sailplane, 12 passenger GMC ground team search van. Visit the CAP web site to find out more.
Be sure to come early and enjoy the multitude of exhibits and displays as well as an expanded food & drink selection, exhibits, and many static displays of airplanes you can see up close and personal.
Performers, Schedule & Events are subject to change.