Started by DNall, January 05, 2007, 04:40:03 am
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Quote from: ricwalters on January 06, 2007, 03:28:23 am...I don't want to be tied to the ANG as a red-headed stepchild. Despite the great relationship we have with them here in Houston, I cannot imagine that to be the case everywhere else.
Quote from: DrJbdm...it boils down it seems to who has main control over us, NGB or 1st AF. I know we are currently under AETC, and while that may make some sense for the AE or CP programs, it makes no sense for our operational programs (ES/DR) but neither AE/CP is the main focus of CAP nor should they be. Our main focus is ES/DR or at least it should be.
QuoteIt's why we were founded
Quote from: RiverAux on January 06, 2007, 04:36:04 amQuoteIt's why we were foundedWell, really they formed CAP as a civil defense (i.e., emergency services) organization. Only later did they get into cadet programs/AE. I would be surprised if you find any real external AE mandate until the corporation itself was formed after the war.
Quote from: ELTHunter on January 06, 2007, 03:35:11 amCan anyone outline the CAP structure as it was initially, and then in the 50's through the 1999 change? My history only goes back to 1998/9. It would be nice to understand the organizational history and what was right and wrong.
QuoteThe corporate structure was established so that CAP would not only be a permanent fixture (We were the only military auxiliary to see actual combat, and the only military auxiliary from World War II that survived beyond the early Cold War.
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