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HOW TO JOIN CIVIL AIR PATROL


All active CAP members join through a local squadron, such as Greenville Composite Squadron. The local squadron is the best place to find answers to specific questions about membership. Examples: What would I do in CAP? How often do you have extra activities? How quickly can I become a CAP Pilot?

Types of Squadrons:

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SENIOR
Senior squadrons only have an adult program for senior members 18 years of age and older. Cadets are not accepted into senior squadrons.

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CADET
Cadet squadrons only have a youth program for cadets. There are senior members in this program, but their purpose is to manage the youth program. Adults join if their primary interest is working with the cadets.

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COMPOSITE
Composite squadrons have both senior and cadet programs.

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GROUP
A group is a special administrative unit and does not usually accept new CAP membe
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How to Join:

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Step 1. Contact the squadron.
Call or email the unit contact person* and confirm the meeting date, time and location. You can also take the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about membership eligibility. Keep in mind that the phone number or email posted is often the personal contact information for the CAP member. All of our members are volunteers and try to respond to membership inquiries as soon as possible, so please give them a few days to respond. If you encounter a wrong number or incorrect email address or otherwise have difficulty contacting the local unit, please email us through the Contact page for assistance.

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Step 2. Attend a meeting
The best way to learn more about CAP is to attend a meeting. You’ll have a chance to see how meetings are run and what types of activities are available. You should visit all the squadrons that are convenient to you. Each squadron has a different leadership, culture and volunteer opportunities..

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Step 3. Prepare a membership application.
The local CAP squadron will provide you with a membership application (and fingerprint card for adults), inform you of the amount of annual dues (membership dues vary by state) and whether they require any squadron dues. To join as a senior member or youth, visit http://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/how_to_join/. Prospective cadets can also now apply directly on line using the following link: https://www.capnhq.gov/CAP.MembershipSystem.Web/CadetOnlineApp.aspx. (The Wing is SC, and the squadron number is 014.)

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Step 4. Submit your application.
A group is a special administrative unit and does not usually accept new CAP membe
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Yes, it's that simple!

*For further information, contact the Recruiting & Retention Officer, Maj Charles Morris, Email:

  
          


 

GREENVILLE COMPOSITE SQUADRON (SC-014)

The Greenville squadron was chartered June 4, 1957. Initially it comprised Senior members only. Later the squadron was expanded to include Cadet programs, at which time it became known as Greenville Composite Squadron. The squadron is a component of the South Carolina Wing, which is part of the Middle East Region of Civil Air Patrol.

General squadron meetings take place most Monday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the squadron headquarters, 11 Airport Road Extension, Greenville, on the South Ramp of Greenville Downtown Airport (GMU) and adjacent to the Runway Cafe and Runway Park. See calendar or contact squadron officers for further information.

 
 
     

To Contact Us:


 


Greenville Composite Squadron
11 Airport Road Extension
Greenville SC 29607
(864) 271-7726

 

KEY STAFF CONTACTS

Squadron Commander: Maj Ronald Hardgrave
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Deputy Commander: Maj Charles Morris
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Deputy Commander for Cadets: Capt Roger Sayers
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Emergency Services Officer: 1st Lt Christopher Chapman 
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Recruiting & Retention Officer: Maj Charles Morris
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Public Affairs Officer: Capt Orville Eastland III 
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