Emergency Services Officer:
Capt Timothy Ceritello

Search and Rescue (SAR)

CAP SAR missions are coordinated through the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center (AFRCC). CAP flies 86% of the air search in the continental United States and in many states CAP is also involved in both ground search and rescue operations. In 1995 CAP volunteers flew more than 2,200 missions, logging in 12,519 flying hours. During these missions, CAP members were credited with saving 108 lives.
Disaster Relief

CAP supports disaster relief efforts around the United States with manpower, communications, material transport, damage assessment, and personnel transport. CAP units have assisted in disasters such as the Mississippi Flood of 1993.
Civil Defense

CAP supports civil defense agencies with communications, radiological monitoring and decontamination, damage assessment, and airlift..
Civil Air Patrol's Emergency Service role can be split into five distinct areas, each of which members train and prepare for.
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