Latest News
Stay up-to-date with the latest news surrounding Squadron 1007 and general Civil Air Patrol news.

90 Cadets Awarded $155,700 in Scholarships

Ninety cadets from 33 wings have achieved academic and flight scholarships worth a combined total of $155,700 in 2022.Twenty cadets were recommended for acceptance to the U.S. Air Force Preparatory School in Colorado Springs.In all, 63 academic...

‘Ninety-Nines’ Pioneer Flew for CAP During Wartime

In observation of Women of Aviation Week, Civil Air Patrol honors Cecil “Teddy” Kenyon, who flew for CAP during World War II after becoming one of the first members of “the Ninety-Nines.” Established in 1929 by 99 women pilots, members of the Ninety-Nines Inc.,...

CAP Bids Farewell to Legendary ‘Uncle Wiggly Wings’

Retired U.S. Air Force Col. Gail Halvorsen, the Civil Air Patrol alumnus who brought candy and comfort to deprived German children as “Uncle Wiggly Wings” during the 1948-1949 Berlin Airlift, died Feb. 16 at Utah Valley Hospital in Provo, Utah, after a short illness....

Top 3 CAP Cadet Teams Return to CyberPatriot Finals

Civil Air Patrol’s  roster  in next month’s national finals for CyberPatriot XIV looks unusually familiar – all three teams from the 2021 championship round are back from the Colorado Wing’s Air Academy Cadet Squadron, California Wing’s Fullerton...

CAP Returns to Pre-Super Bowl Skies for Security Exercise

Civil Air Patrol is participating for the 22nd straight year in an exercise to help the U.S. Air Force ensure the safety and security of airspace around SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, and Super Bowl LVI, set for Feb. 13.To help train Air Force fighter aircrews...

New National Command Chief Named

-Chief Master Sgt. Todd H. Parsons of the Mid-Atlantic Region will be the organization’s next national command chief.Maj. Gen. Edward D. Phelka, CAP’s national commander and CEO, announced the appointment Feb. 1. A ceremony marking the changing of responsibility will...