The Virginia Wing of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) successfully located an aircraft with an active Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) at the Manassas Regional Airport in VA after being tasked by the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center (AFRCC).
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In this section of our website, you'll find recent News Releases from Civil Air Patrol's Virginia Wing as well as other announcements. Please feel free to peruse the articles below!
Over the weekend, nine Virginia Wing members from five different units came together to continue supporting food warehouse operations for Prince William County.
Congratulations to the cadets and senior members in Virginia Wing for these achievements in August 2020.
Civil Air Patrol’s (CAP) Virginia Wing continues to provide support for Prince William County’s distribution of necessary resources having been tasked last week at the request of Prince William County and Meals on Wheels.
Congratulations to Prince William Composite Squadron's Lt Col Kimberly Frady for earning a top honor, the Pabon Best in Show award, for her "'Be Your Best' Squared-Away Series'" - four slide decks of 10-11 slides depicting and explaining proper cadet uniform and grooming standards.
Congratulations to Virginia Wing on being selected as the 2020 Mid-Atlantic Region recipients of both the aerospace education and cadet program mission awards!
The Civil Air Patrol’s Virginia Wing flew 15 hours providing imagery of key areas for multiple agencies in response to Hurricane Isaias.
Virginia Wing hosted their annual conference this past Saturday, Aug. 8, this time in a whole new fashion. For the first time in history, it was virtual.
Civil Air Patrol’s (CAP) Virginia Wing assisted North Carolina Wing CAP members in running a Point of Distribution center, supplying North Carolina residents with essential materials following the wake of Hurricane Isaias.
At the end of July after a highly successful four-year tour, Lt Col Daniel Ciesla relinquished command of Virginia Wing’s Legislative Squadron (VA-999) and Maj Daniel “Bud” Oakey accepted command at Virginia Wing Headquarters.