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WWII Office of Civilian Defense Civil Air Patrol GM-123.pdf

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NATIONAL HIiADQUARTERS
CIVIL AIR Patrol
5 0 0 F I F T H AV E N U E

lOT YORK 18, NEW YORK

8

March

1944

Subject; Improper Use of AAF Liaison T^t® airplanes

alloted to CAP Aviation Cadet recruitment program

To

;

All

Unit

Commanders

1, It has come to the attention of this Headquarters that the

Liaison Type aircraft assigned for use with the Aviation Cadet
recruitment pro£;rain are being used for other purposes,

2» CAP Operations Directive No. 40, Par. 2, stipulates the
authorized uses. NOTE: All CAP pilots, before flying any of the

Array Liaison aircraft assigned to CAP, v/ill familiarize themselves

with O.D. 40, signify their compliance by initialing the Directive>
and

return

it

to

the

Unit

Comander,

3. These airplanes will £0_t be used for making lost airplane
searches, student instruction, ferrying of any personnel other than

those authorized binder Par > 2 of CAP Operations Directive 40,

or in any activity that differs therefrom except as specifically
authorized in writing by the National Commander, Civil Air Patrol,
4. AAF officers on inspections have been requested to report •
o this Headquarters aii^'" violations in connection with the use of
these

aircraft#

5. In the future, where any specific instances of violation

o these requirements are brought to the attention of this Headquar
ters, the Liaison Type aircraft assigned to the particular unit
causing the violation, will be immediately reassigned by this
Headquarters to some other Wing.

By direction of National Commander JOHNSON:

SHELDON B. STEERS

M a j o r, A i r C o r p s

Assistant Operations Offiter

RECORDS MANAGEMENT DIVISION
CAP-USAF