CAP is charged by Congress with three distinct missions: Aerospace Education is important to our communities and our nation to help rebuild our worldwide superiority in the aerospace and aeronautics industries for the next several decades. CAP Cadets have the opportunity to learn things like how planes fly, why space exploration is so important to our future and what’s out there in space. Many of our adult members (called, Seniors) are intimately involved in the aerospace industry and can give unique perspective to cadets about career opportunities.
Our Senior members (some of whom are professional educators) as well as many of our cadets are available to lead classes in various aspects of flight, space, weather and more to local schools and community groups…all without cost to your group. For more information about CAP, how you can become involved or on how you can have a CAP member teach a class for you, contact Capt. Bill Carson, Public Affairs Officer, at 248-762-8990 or firstname.lastname@example.org.