Print this page Tell A Friend Add to Favorites

CAP airplane 
to the Tallahassee Composite Squadron web site. We are proud to represent the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) in Florida's capital city. This web site is for our members as well as visitors who may be interested in an exciting career with the CAP.  -Major Nancy Etheridge, Commander


The Civil Air Patrol serves the following three primary functions:
Aerospace Education provides CAP members and the educational community information about aviation and space activities.

Cadet Programs inspire the country's youth (ages 12 to 21) to become leaders and good citizens through their interest in aviation and community service. Cadets progress through achievements that include aerospace education, leadership programs, moral leadership, physical fitness and other activities.

Emergency Services include air and ground search and rescue, disaster relief, counter drug, and an increasing role in homeland security. Members fly more than 95 percent of the inland search and rescue missions directed by the Air Force Rescue and Coordination Center.

Additional information regarding the Civil Air Patrol can be found throughout this web site or at the Civil Air Patrol National Headquarters web site located at

News from Around the Group

Civil Air Patrol joins total force ‘Airmen’
August 29, 2015 | By: Maj Jeffrey P. Carlson
Civil Air Patrol is now included in the Air Force’s definition of the total force.
Florida Readies for Hurricane Erika
August 27, 2015 | By: Capt Tyler Lahnen
Hazard Planning Cell Activated
SRQ Composite Squadron Cadets Learn Model Rocketry Skills
August 17, 2015 | By: 1st Lt Christopher Carroll
Cadets from the SRQ Composite Squadron in Sarasota, Florida, recently completed Stage II of the model rocketry badge.
Five SRQ Composite Squadron Cadets Receive Promotions
July 9, 2015 | By: 1st Lt Christopher Carroll
At the July 6th cadet meeting of the SRQ Composite Squadron, five cadets received promotions and one received the Wright Brothers Award.

Articles provided as a syndicated service from the Southeast Region Online News program. (ID 18)