The Delaware Valley Wing was formed in 1990 and currently flies a Stinson Model 10/L-9 in WWII Civil Air Patrol colors and is restoring an Interstate Cadet similar to the one flown by Cornelia Fort, a civilian flight instructor who was in the air and attacked by the Japanese at Pearl Harbor. Fort was one of the founding members of the WASPs.
The Wing participates in regional air shows with the Stinson and member owned aircraft including an L-4, L-16, and a T-51. Once the Cadet is flying, it will also be used for air shows. The wing is developing an educational program about the CAP and WASPs to take to local libraries, schools, and civic groups.