[Editor’s Note: Readers are sending in urgent private and anonymous communications about current and past events in Civil Air Patrol’s national headquarters. Unfortunately, AuxBeacon sometimes receives outrageous, false and libelous accusations from those eager to discredit our efforts. We can only report verified facts.]
In May of 2009 a cry for help appeared on the Sky Graffiti website. No lawsuit ever led to the removal of the accusation.
I am currently employed at National Headquarters and disgusted with the sexual harassment, abuse of powers, terminating good members without reason, no accountability. I cannot disclose my position or name in fear of retaliation. I can verify that all of your accusations are valid. The corruption has been going on for years. It is a lot worse than what you have described on here. Most of the National staff members and Board of Governors including the current National Commander are guilty of many criminal acts. If someone was brave enough to expose them, they would all get prison time.
Many wonder why none of this criminal behavior is rarely exposed, the fact is that most fear the retaliation and are afraid they might get setup. National parallels organized crime like a mafia. Until you have experienced National first hand, then you will understand what I am talking about. If you want to help the CAP members, more people need to speak out against National until everyone takes notice. National exposure would end the corruption, or it will continue indefinitely. Please speak out & not just on here, if you have been mistreated or you know about a cover-up in CAP, your voices will be heard if more people stand up and unite together.
Name – Mary Doe 07:08:35 05-21-09
We will soon be reviewing the names and cases of CAP National employees that have been terminated in witch hunts since this post appeared in 2009. If you would like to contribute information on this, in the open or anonymously, please do so at this time.
Over at CAP Insights, Ray Hayden has posted an entry regarding Civil Air Patrol’s Chief Operating Officer John Salvador. Readers will recall that Col. Jayson Altieri, who was chairman of CAP’s Board of Governors at the time, announced in December of 2016 that the BOG had selected John Salvador as CAP’s chief operating officer. The role of the COO is to administer the day-to-day “affairs” at CAP National Headquarters at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.
Salvador’s biography notes that he has held other leadership positions within CAP over the past 20 years.