Civil Air Patrol - Ocean Composite Squadron

The Civil Air Patrol is an organization of 58,000 members nationwide volunteering their time in support of Homeland security, search and rescue, disaster relief and community service. Established on December 1, 1941, the Civil Air Patrol is the official Auxiliary of the United States Air Force. Click here to learn about the proud history of the Civil Air Patrol.

The Civil Air Patrol has three primary missions:

1. Aerospace Education - providing educational programs for our members and the general public ranging from model rocketry, the National Conference on Aviation and Space Education plus workshops in the local community.

Watch a promotional video for the CAP Aerospace Education program.

2. Cadet Programs - providing a unique opportunity for young people ages 12 through 18 to acquire the skills they need in later life through leadership, activities and physical and moral training.

3. Emergency Services - providing assistance in time of need through search and rescue, communications support and disaster relief.

The Civil Air Patrol provides exciting and challenging opportunities for both young people and adults who have an interest in aviation and community service. The Civil Air Patrol offers the opportunity to develop leadership, integrity and self-discipline as well as personal development through technical training programs at the local and national level. The Civil Air Patrol develops tomorrow's leaders today through education, mentoring and service to others. 

Semper Vigilans - "Always Vigilant"

Join Us and Be a Part of the Future


The Ocean Composite Squadron meets at 7:00 PM on Monday evenings in Conference Room 106 on the first floor of the Ocean County Airport Terminal in Berkeley Township. Click here for directions to the squadron headquarters. Everyone is welcome to attend. Come by and learn about CAP, its missions and how you can participate and be of service to your country.

                       Visit us on our squadron Facebook page

         For more information, click here to send a message to the squadron webmaster.