With hurricane season ramping up and fire danger decreasing, New Hampshire’s Civil Air Patrol is beginning to switch roles.
NHPR’s Chris Jensen reports.
On a morning early in May Civil Air Patrol 2875 is about to leave the runway at Mount Washington Regional Airport in Whitefield.
Sound of pilots going through a checklist.
“Electrical equipment is off. Avionics switch one and two, off…”
The Civil Air Patrol is a non-profit corporation created by Congress that also serves as an auxiliary to the Air Force.