The Central Aid Agency Chaplain Corps is a Branch of Central Command whose mission is to provide faith support, spiritual guidance, and counseling to those that seek it. Chaplains also conduct church services and ceremonies as assigned; and fulfill Sector based chaplain roles. Chaplains can be deployed to critical incidents and requested by partner agencies. They can also be trained as Field Chaplains and embedded in non-Chaplain units to deploy alongside other C.A.A. emergency responders into unstable field environments.
Active Chaplain Corps Units
Chaplain Team 1
CH-Team 1 is a Chaplain Corps unit assigned to Sector 2. The unit is responsible for providing chaplain services for the Central Aid Agency as well as the general public, and is used for providing emotional and spiritual support for critical incidents, emergencies, and disasters.
Uniforms of the Chaplain Corps
Chaplains primarily wear uniforms in Navy Blue (Color Type 1). Embedded Field Chaplains typically wear the same uniform as the rest of the unit they are assigned to. Uniforms commonly worn by the Chaplain Corps include:
Dress Service Uniform Class A
Dress Service Uniform Class B
Basic Duty Uniform Class C (When in field environments)
Administrative Uniform with Navy Blue Polo and Tan Pants Class C (Primary Uniform)
Field Basic Service Uniform Class D (When participating in Community Service activities)
Physical Training Uniforms Class E
Chaplain roles typically require Type 3 or greater hygiene and appearance requirements when in full uniform. Because Field Chaplains are deployable into field environments, Field Chaplain roles typically require Type 4 or greater hygiene and appearance requirements when in full uniform.