Civil Air Patrol is the United States Air Force Auxiliary, and is comprised of cadets and senior members who volunteer their time to support the core missions of CAP. Many people may think that in order to join CAP you must be a pilot. We are always looking for good pilots to fly our aircraft, but there are many other non-pilot positions that need to be filled by qualified members to keep the wing and its squadrons running efficiently. Listed below are the positions that are open at the wing level in Delaware. If you are a member of Delaware Wing and you are interested in one of these positions, please work with your Squadron Commander to contact the appropriate wing level directorate.
If you are not already a member of CAP and you believe you are highly qualified to fill one of these positions, we would love to hear from you too! CAP is more than just pilots. It's a team of dedicated volunteers working together to serve our communities and serve our country.
Assistant Director of Logistics
Keeping track of the wing's material assets is a very important task. Computers, cameras, aircraft, vans, and radios are just some of the items that the Director of Logistics is required to inventory. Maintenance of the ground fleet is also a job function of the Director of Logistics, as is ensuring that the wing and its squadrons have the supplies needed to support their missions. Someone with outstanding organizational skills and superb attention to detail would be an excellent fit for this position. As an assistant to the Director of Logistics, you would assist the Director with the day-to-day operations of the Logistics Section by handling tasks as assigned by the Director.
Assistant Maintenance Officer
Coordinating the maintenance of Delaware's aircraft is a critical job. As an Assistant Maintenance Officer, you would assist the wing's Maintenance Officer with the day-to-day operations of keeping aircraft properly positioned and maintained. All maintenance work is contracted out, so there is no actual "hands-on" mechanical work required. With five aircraft in the wing, and flights operating daily to support our commitment to DelDOT and Homeland Security, keeping up with the maintenance requirements of the aircraft is a big job. The lives of our pilots and aircrews depend on the proper maintenance of our planes. If you are familiar with aircraft and are ready for a challenging task, this position could be for you.