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Utah CAP open house offers community leadership skills, crew training

Members of the Carbon County wing of the Utah Civil Air Patrol (CAP) hosted an open house for members of the community.
Members of the CAP discuss ways to improve the Carbon County wing of the CAP. Pictured Gary La Tour and Neilo Q.
Pilot Laura Akers checks the CAP aircraft for prefight.

On Saturday, Sept. 12, the members of the Carbon County wing of the Utah Civil Air Patrol (CAP), which is an auxiliary of the Air Force, hosted an open house for members of the community. The purpose of this open house was to aide in air crew training and to boost membership of the local squadron. The mission of the CAP, as explained by Mike Atwood from the Salt Lake City, is: the cadet program - for ages 12-21 - which teaches leadership skills and military etiquette, aerospace education and emergency services. (left) Senior Members of the CAP discuss ways to improve the Carbon County wing of the CAP. Pictured Gary La Tour and Neilo Q. (middle) Local cadets receive new updated information and CAP materials. (right) Pilot Laura Akers checks the CAP aircraft for prefight.




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