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CIVIL AIR PATROL
FLORIDA WING HEADQUARTERS
LAKELAND FL  33811

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Indexes

Numerical Index of Florida Wing Civil Air Patrol Forms

This is an electronic index of Florida Wing Forms currently in effect by title, prescribing directive, and date. To download a form, click download the title of the form. It is CAP's intention that all publications be written utilizing the concepts of gender neutrality. Therefore, except as required due to gender differences (such as in descriptions of CAP uniforms), all references to one gender should be interpreted to apply equally to both genders.

1. Form Submission
The submission of each form is defined by 'Rule'. The rules are as follows:
a. Rule 1 - Original forms ONLY will be excepted. Original forms will include an actual (true) signature.
b. Rule 2 - May be transmitted without a person's actual signature via e-mail only.
c. Rule 3 - May be transmitted as a scanned document (to include the person's actual signature) via fax or email.
 
Form Prescribing Directive Date Info
FLWGF 1 , Monthly Report for Corporate Aircraft CAPR 70-1, S-1 OCT 2014
FLWGF 1G, Monthly Aircraft Report for Corporate Glider CAPR 70-1, S-1 JUN 2013
FLWGF 11i, Request for Member Flight Training CAPR 70-1, S-1 MAR 2018
FLWGF 15, Check Pilot/Mission Check Pilot Quarterly Activity Report CAPR 70-1, S-1 MAR 2018
FLWGF 16, Emergency Services Alert/Resource Report CAPR 60-3, S-1 SEP 2018
FLWGF 19, Firearms Carry Verification and Statement of Understanding CAPR 900-3, S-1 FEB 2018
FLWGF 47e, Training Mission Request CAPR 60-3, S-1 JUN 2013
FLWGF 200, Request for Reimbursement CAPR 173-1, S-1 APR 2010
FLWGF 201, Advance Reconciliation CAPR 173-1, S-1 OCT 2014
FLWGF 202, Advance Request CAPR 173-1, S-1 MAY 2011
FLWGF 203, Check Request CAPR 173-1, S-1 JUL 2013
FLWGF 204, Deposit Advice CAPR 173-1, S-1 FEB 2014


Distribution: Florida Wing and Southeast Region Publications websites OPR: DA

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Retired

The following list of forms have been retired from use.  Retire forms is defined as having been replaced by an updated version.  This is typically due to regulatory changes approved by the command authority.  
 
Retired forms hold no validity in use unless:
  • The current version of the same form states "Previous Version May Be Used", and 
  • There is no intermediate version of the form being used and the most current version
Example:
Ver. 3 - Current Form (States "Previous version may be used")
Ver. 2 - Previous version of Form
Ver. 1 - Oldest version of Form
 
Ver. 3 should be used; however Ver. 2 may be used in order to deplete physical stock to prevent waste.  Ver. 1 should not be used in any instance.
 
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