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 www.gocivilairpatrol.com.

News from Around the Group

SRQ Composite Squadron Cadet Receives Appointment to United States Air Force Academy
February 8, 2016 | By: 1st Lt. Christopher Carroll
For the second year in a row, a cadet from the SRQ Composite Squadron has received an appointment to the United States Air Force Academy.
Fruit Cove Cadet Squadron first annual bivouac
January 3, 2016 | By: 1st Lt Elena Lee
Fruit Cove Cadet Squadron goes on a weekend bivouac
Southeast Region Cadet Team Wins National Cadet Competition
January 2, 2016 | By: Lt. Col. Robert Sims
The Southeast Region Cadet Competition Team, based from Coral Springs Cadet Squadron in Florida takes first place during the annual National Cadet Competition. Learn more about all the teams that competed this year.
SRQ Composite Squadron Joins Wreaths Across America To Honor Veterans
December 31, 2015 | By: 1st Lt. Christopher Carroll
Thirteen cadets from the SRQ Composite Squadron helped lay wreaths at the Sarasota National Cemetery on 12 December 2015 as part of Wreaths Across America.

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

Time to prepare for Wreaths Across America 2016
 Time to get ready for Wreaths Across America 2016