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As part of the United States Air Force and Federal Government, the Civil Air Patrol operates under the traditional chain of command structure.  All information is passed through this chain for information and change.  Part of cadet training is studying these chains and memorizing the people filling positions in their chainof command.

Below is the chain of command divided into two sections, Above Squadron and Squadron Staff.  The support staff is also listed but they are not part of the command structure.  Support staff is important to list because they are an essential part of operation of a squadron.

Click on the following buttons to see each chain:

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Chain of Command from President all the way down to our local unit.
Squadron Chain of Command for local operations and leadership.
Although not in chain of command, essential to efficient operation of local missions.
 


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