Civil Air Patrol Leave
If you are a volunteer member of the California Wing of the civilian auxiliary of the United States Air Force (Civil Air Patrol) and you have been directed to respond to an emergency operational mission of the California Wing of the Civil Air Patrol, you are eligible for a leave of absence if you have been employed by the Company at least 90 days immediately preceding the commencement to your leave, An eligible employee may take up to 10 days per year. Leave is limited to three days on any one occasion, but can be extended if authorized by the government entity that called for the mission and the employer agrees.
You may request to use available vacation, or floating holiday pay (paid time subject to your supervisor's approval). You need to give as much notice as possible to your supervisor of the start and end dates to your Civil Air Patrol leave. Certification from the proper Civil Air Patrol authority to verify the eligibility for the leave requested or taken is required. You may be denied the leave to be taken as Civil Air Patrol leave if the required certification is not provided within a reasonable timeframe. A return to your former or equivalent position and work location is generally guaranteed.