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Homeland Security: Civil Air Patrol Involved in Certain Missions, but DHS Should Assess the Benefits of Further Involvement
Carol R. Cha (au); Brian J. Lepore (au)
Homeland security partnerships may grow increasingly important as fiscal constraints provide impetus for federal agencies to look to partners for mission support. One partner is the Civil Air Patrol (CAP), a congressionally chartered, federally funded, nonprofit corporation with approx. 61,000 volunteer members that can function as the auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force. CAP conducts missions throughout the U.S., including counterdrug, disaster relief, and search and rescue, using mostly single-engine aircraft. This report studied the functions and capabilities of CAP to support homeland security missions. It addresses (1) the extent to which CAP has been used to perform homeland security missions to date at the local, state, and federal levels; and (2) the factors that should be considered in determining CAPäó»s ability to support additional homeland security missions and the extent to which DHS has assessed CAPäó»s capabilities and resources to accomplish such missions. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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