North Palm Beach County Cadet Squadron FL-SER-152

 

                 CAP's aerospace education programs: provide CAP members and the educational community information about aviation and space activities.

                 
                 CAP's cadet programs are designed to inspire the country's youth to become leaders and good American citizens through their interest in aerospace.
 
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Please contact the civil air patrol (cAP) if you are interested in becoming a member or make a contribution to support our missions.

Our Cadet Squadron meets in Palm Beach Gardens and young men and women ages 12-18 and their parents are welcome to contact the commanding officer for more specific information about the Program. cadets meet as part of the North Palm beach county Cadet Squadron. Meetings are every Thursday at 1830 (6:30 pm) to 2100 (9PM) at the bright futures academy school: 10350 Riverside dr., Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410. For more information, Click here to contact the commander Major david howard.

 

 

 

 


Two Florida Squadrons Work Together to Help Cadets Soar
March 21, 2017 | By: 1st Lt. Christopher Carroll
Cadets from the Venice Cadet Squadron joined SRQ Composite Squadron cadets for Cadet Orientation Flights on 18 March 2017.
Change of Command: Maj Cuarta moves to Florida Wing and Lt Klemm becomes Commander
February 7, 2017 | By: Lt. Col. Joyce Nader
Change of Command: Maj Cuarta moves to Florida Wing and Lt Klemm becomes Commander
CAP-USAF Region Liaison Visits Florida Squadron
December 20, 2016 | By: 1st Lt. Christopher Carroll
Cadets from the SRQ Composite Squadron received a surprise visit from Col. Mike “Tiger” Greiger, CAP-USAF Southeast Region Liaison.
Leckband Accepts Command of Florida Wing Squadron
December 12, 2016 | By: 1st Lt. Christopher Carroll
1st Lt. Peter Leckband accepted command of the SRQ Composite Squadron, Sarasota, Fla., at a ceremony held during the squadron's annual awards banquet on 5 December 2016.
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