Form CAPF 31, Application for CAP Encampment or Special Activity, is an official form signed by cadets and their parents or guardians to apply for cadet programs - National Cadet Special Activities (NCSA) or encampments. The written release of a parent or guardian is obtained for every cadet who wishes to participate in a wide range of Civil Air Patrol (CAP) cadet activities, including encampment, orientation flights, leadership symposiums, cadet honor academy, marksmanship, and first aid training.
This form was released on , with all previous editions obsolete. A CAPF 31 fillable form is available for download through the link below.
NCSAs and encampments are designed to offer CAP cadets experience with diverse aspects of the CAP program and provide substantial insight into aviation-related careers. In accordance with CAPF 31 requirements, you need to announce the activity in advance and obtain the authorization prior to the event. Since cadets are minors, their parents' or guardians' permission to participate in the activity is vital along with the applicant's acknowledgment of possible harmful consequences that may occur as a result of the negligence of the CAP or its employees.
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