Civil Air Patrol in South Dakota is assisting Feeding South Dakota (FSD) and other agencies in their efforts to feed South Dakotans who have been snowed in for over a week because of winter storms. The operational support was approved yesterday (Tuesday) by the Civil Air Patrol National Headquarters.
Colonel Mike Beason, the SD Wing Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Director of sUAS (Small Unmanned Aerial Systems), has another job when he’s not volunteering with CAP.
Members of South Dakota Wing, Civil Air Patrol (CAP), stood up for a mission October 20 involving a member of the CAP family.
Two South Dakota Wing members attended CAPs National Emergency Services Academy (NESA) in Indiana for two weeks in June. Both worked with CAP’s small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS), commonly called drones.
SD Wing has purchased litters for squadrons, to enhance our Emergency Services capability, demonstrated here by Crazy Horse Squadron.
Civil Air Patrol National Headquarters has awarded three members of South Dakota Wing, Civil Air Patrol (CAP), disaster relief ribbons for their efforts in the wake of Hurricane Ida.
Lincoln County Composite Squadron hosted CAP’s Introductory Communication User Training (ICUT) and Basic First Aid Training on Saturday, September 25, 2021.
The Sioux Falls architectural firm TSP has given three computers to Sioux Falls Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol (CAP).
Civil Air Patrol’s South Dakota Wing performed an additional series of COVID-19 vaccine delivery flights today at the request of the South Dakota Department of Health.
South Dakota Civil Air Patrol (CAP) joined the search today for a woman missing in Day County. Amy Dougherty was last seen when she left for work Wednesday, driving in blizzard conditions from Andover to Bristol. She was driving a black Chevy Trailblazer. CAP involvement was requested by the Day County Sheriff’s Department via the South Dakota Department of Emergency Management.