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WWII Office of Civilian Defense Civil Air Patrol GM-101.pdf

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NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
CIVIL AIR PATROL
500 Fifth Avenue

New York, New York

GM - 101
7 January

Reimbursement Schedules for CAP Courier Missions
and Miscellaneous Services
E ff e c t i v e 1 J a n u a r y 1 9 4 4

All Courier Station and IVing Commanders

1• Hnnrly Rates for Aircraft and StandbY_^lj^v^nces
0

&

• * I N S .

U

2.56
2.76
4.46
6.46
7.46
9.46
10.66
12.56
15.36
20.06

T O TA L

* ^ ; S TA N D B Y

ALL0\;AMCE
2.00

1.06

2.50

1.31

3.50
5.00
5.00
5.00
6.25

2.56

7.50 .
8.75
1 0 . 0 0

3.06
3.56
4.31
5.31
7.81
9.31
10.81

5.62
6.57
10.52
14.52

.30
.40
.90
1.10

16.02
18.77
22.22
27.87

1.30

33.42
40.87

3.60

1.60
2 . 0 0

3.00
4.20

* The figures presented in the Insurance column of the foregoing
schedule include the hourly premium charge for

for Civil Air Patrol pilots only. In case the pilot carried with

him an observer and/or passengers, excepting members of the armed
services of the U. S. (Army, Navy, Marines) on
^0 18 to the hourly insurance charge for each such additional

ocorresponding d s m m ethe ftotalP o t eraipa e a d m k
c u a ? (hs i cuincrease in r o C hourly are. n n a e
^ p n t i nl e e b s A ) f h l
a
** standby allowances presently apply to the copier se^ices being

performed for the First Air Force and the Second Air +

For any other courier or miscellaneous services, specia a

wil hLe to be made by National Headquarters for this coverage.
The proper hourly rate to apply to an airplane is determined by the
• X n-pf* VinrspDower rating of tiie plane as recorded

m a x i m u m , e x c e p t _ t a k e : : O ff h o r s e p o w e r r a u x u g j : h o r s e n o w e r

bv the Civil Aeronautics Administration in Jashing .

of ^en^ine is not necossarily the same as the maximui!^0£t_takez
of

the

airplane.

By direction of National Commander JOHNSON;
CHARLES CHASE

Base Administrative Officer