Public Affairs Plan

(due 15 January)

The NHQ/PA office has provided this Four Step Planning Process in Public Affairs document for your use.

A template is being revised for WAWG use, is available upon email request.

CAPR 190-1, Civil Air Patrol Public Affairs Program

This regulation defines the purposes of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Public Affairs program and identifies policies that govern its administration. This regulation applies to all CAP units.

• View CAP S190-1

S190-1, Washington Wing Supplement to CAPR 190-1

This supplement applies to all CAP units in Washington Wing.

• View CAPR S190-1

CAPP 152, Social Media Guidelines

This document is designed to be an instructional tool that equips squadrons, groups and wings with standard guidance to highlight local activities, its members’ impact in the community, and national Civil Air Patrol news. 

• View CAPP 152

CAPP 900-2, Civil Air Patrol Name, Seal, Logo, Command Emblem and Flag Etiquette

This regulation describes the Civil Air Patrol name, seal, logo, and command emblem and prescribes policies for their use. This regulation also prescribes policy for use and display of United States and Civil Air Patrol flags and ceremonial destruction of the United States flag. 

• View CAPR 900-2

CAPR 110-1, Information Technology: CAP Electronic Systems and Data Administration
This regulation establishes policies and procedures for the management of Civil Air Patrol (CAP) electronic information, communication and data systems including, but not limited to servers, network systems, personal computers, software applications, websites, web applications and data files. This regulation is applicable to all CAP units and volunteer National staff.

• View CAPR 110-1

Note: Units are requested to submit records for all online web accounts in eServices per 11(d). 

d. The approval or review of CAP subordinate unit websites can be submitted by using the internet operations application located in eServices.