CAP continues training aspiring Air Force pilots through Rated Preparatory Program
The Civil Air Patrol’s U.S. Air Force Rated Preparatory Program (AF-RPP) gives CAP instructor pilots the unique opportunity to help train active-duty officers and enlisted members aspiring to fly. CAP flight instructor Capt. Andrew Jender (center), an active-duty U.S. Air Force officer who volunteers with the Idaho Wing, poses for a preflight photo last week with his two students in the Air Force Rated Preparatory Program — U.S Air Force 2nd Lts. Kaitlynn Griffie and Joel Sanchez Rosado.
Steve Cox, Civil Air Patrol
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