The Search Masters

Dendy, John B.
December 2001
Airman;Dec2001, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p22
Features the Civil Air Patrol (CAP), a nonprofit and federally chartered organization in Alaska and an official auxiliary of the United States Air Force. Origin of CAP; Description of the search planes used by CAP; Mission-based planning staff of CAP in Alaska.


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