CIVIL AIR PATROL SOARS INTO WILD BLUE YONDER WITH 179TH AIRLIFT WING

Chief Master Sgt. James Farriss, 164th Airlift Squadron, guides Civil Air Patrol cadets onto a C-130H2 Hercules for an Orientation Flight. The 179th Airlift Wing is showing support of the 279th Civil Air Patrol (CAP) of Clermont, OH, June 23, 2014. The CAP is the official auxiliary civilian support of the United States Air Force.Their mission is to serve America by developing our nations youth; accomplishing local, state and national emergency/humanitarian missions; and educating our citizens on the impact of aviation and space. ( Photos courtesty of Lieutenant Johnny Shea, Civil Air Patrol Public Affairs.)

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