Miscellaneous
Dates
Names
Ranks
100

CAP's New Logo

The Flying V

100

CAP's Founding

Dec. 1, 1941

100

CAP's founder

Gill Rob Wilson

100

First Achievement 

Airman Basic

200

CAP's Motto

Semper Vigilans (Always Ready)

200

The Year Cadet Registration Opened

1942

200

CAP's First National Commander

John F. Currey

200

Highest Cadet Rank

C/Col. (Spaatz Award)

300

CAP's Three Missions

Cadet Programs, Emergency Services, Aerospace Education

300

First Civilian National Commander

1975

300

Created The Air Force And Named CAP Their Auxiliary 

Harry Truman

300

First Milestone

Wright Brothers (C/SSgt.)

400

CAP's Old Logo

The Triblade

400

CAP Announced As Part Of The AF's Fleet

2015

400

Moved CAP To The Department Of War

FDR

400

5th Achievement

C/Msgt.

500

CAP's Mission Statement

“Volunteers Serving America’s Communities, Saving Lives, and Shaping Futures.”

500

CAP Moved To The Department Of War

1943

500

Organized The Civilian Air Reserve

Milton Knight

500

Earhart Award

C/Capt.

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