CAPRAPCivil Air Patrol Reserve Assistance Program
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"An Air Force lieutenant colonel who was conducting a unit visit told me I could keep my Reserve position while augmenting CAPRAP if my home unit commander approved," Haigh said.
Haigh served as a CAP senior member for four years prior to becoming a CAPRAP augmentee for almost three years.
"I am an OTS (Officer Training School) flight commander and AETC (Air Education and Training Command) master instructor at Maxwell AFB, as well as a CAPRAP augmentee in the Southeast Liaison Region," he said.
Haigh described his CAPRAP experience thus far as "amazing."
"Everyone associated with CAPRAP is interesting and has contributed to improving my life," he said.
"My CAPRAP experience has been extremely rewarding," he said.
Hugo Villalobos joined CAPRAP for the "flexibility to continue serving in a variety of challenging roles that make a difference in the local community and with the Air Force mission.
To find out more about joining CAPRAP, contact a Reserve recruiter or go online to http://