99th Composite Squadron seeks adult members From Lt. Col. Larry Webster Arkansas Wing Civil Air Patrol
WEST MEMPHIS—The 99th Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol, is looking for adult members to work with young people in the CAP cadet program, train in search and rescue, and become a part of an organization who has been serving the country for over 75 years. If you are a pilot, CAP needs mission pilots to fly search and rescue missions and support state and federal agencies in various types of missions. If you are not a pilot and would like to be part of an aircrew you can train as a mission scanner or observer. Members are also needed to be on ground teams and on mission base staff. If you would like to find out more about how you can become a member of the Civil Air Patrol and be part of a professional organization serving your community, state and country, then attend our next meeting on Monday, Jan. 25, at the West Memphis Boys & Girls Club. For more information you can contact LTC Larry Webster at 870-225-6849 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.