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Group 3

CAP Group 3 on Facebook

We now have a Group 3 Facebook page and Twitter feed. This includes the Group 3 press releases, news tidbits, news stories and such that are posted to the Group 3 website NEWS but it also sometimes includes a retweet of something posted by NASA, FEMA, CAPNHQ, or VANGUARD.

Group 3

CAP Inland Empire Group 3 Website

Welcome to the home of the Inland Empire Group 3 of the California Wing, Civil Air Patrol.
I invite you to find out more about CAP, the Inland Empire Group 3, our Group staff, and the squadrons that provide cadet and adult programs in their local communities.
Semper Vigilans!
Lt Col John Findley Commander, Group 3

  National CAP NEWS
CAP Logo Civil Air Patrol National Headquarters

National Headquarters is an administrative support team that serves CAP members
Civil Air Patrol National Headquarters is located at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. A staff of about 100 supports the nearly 57,000 members throughout the nation with a variety of services.

Also supporting members are the National Operations Center, also at Maxwell AFB, and the National Technology Center in Richmond, Va.

March Museum March Field Air Museum

March Field Air Museum, and the P-38 National Museum are adjacent to the March Air Reserve Base, Riverside, California. March Field Air Museum serves as home to over 70 historic aircraft and many inside displays relating to the history of March Field, now known as March Air Reserve Base. The main building was erected in 1993. Its style reflects the traditional hangars of earlier aviation days. The distinctive checkerboard roof can be readily seen from the Interstate 215 freeway.

At the museum visitors can watch modern military aircraft as they land and take off daily. Inside the museum the visitor will find thousands of artifacts on display covering the years from 1918 to the present. Also displayed in the hangar are some rare and unusual aircraft, including a P-59 fighter, the first operational jet adopted by the U.S. Air Force over 50 years ago.

California Wing Cadet Program

California Wing Cadet Program

The California Wing Cadet Programs Section serves the needs of all Civil Air Patrol Cadets in the California Wing, Civil Air Patrol.The cadet program is designed to provide youth ages 12-20 training in followership, leadership, aerospace education, communication, and emergency services. Cadets receive training in these areas at their weekly squadron meetings as well as participating in local and wing level activities that occur throughout the year.

California Wing

Civil Air Patrol - California Wing

California Wing is a member of the Pacific Region of the Civil Air Patrol, and consists of Seven Groups, approximately 80 Squadrons, and nearly 4,000 individual members. All members of California Wing Civil Air Patrol are unpaid civilian volunteers.

U S Air Force Academy

United States Air Force Academy

Cadet learning and development is the cornerstone of all we do at the Academy. I can say with confidence, that our military and civilian faculty is 100 percent committed to our cadets and their success as future officers. We on the faculty have said many times in the past and as we truly believe- “cadet success is our success.”

U S Air Force Careers

U.S. Air Force Careers

The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight and win in air, space and cyberspace. Learn how we do it.

National Museum Of The United States Air Force

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE

The Official Web Site of National Museum of the USAF


Problems with the site?
Contact Maj. Ken Benner
kenneth.benner@cawgcap.org
or call (951) 634-5023

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