Civil Air Patrol (CAP)

Anoka County Composite Squadron 

Minnesota Wing Squadron of The Year - 2010 and 2011.

2012 Recipient - National Commander's Unit Citation Award

Questions about joining Anoka Squadron? 

We meet every Tuesday night from 6:30 to 9:00 pm: click on join Anoka Squadron

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The Cadet Newsletter for 
Fall 2012 is now available!

A large number of cadets were interested in learning to fly and obtaining a pilot's license and how that could be done through CAP.

While there is no specific program, the key is to find a willing pilot instructor. 

Please see this link at the CAP Knowledgebase with a little more information.

Cadet Comm Schedule

Here's the schedule for cadets to get introduced to what goes on in the Comm shack. 

 Look for a new schedule soon!

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     Upcoming Events and Important Dates
All events and activities at the Anoka Squadron Building unless otherwise stated:

May 5
Join CAP Night
Come check out Anoka CAP and learn how you can be a part of something awesome!

It's time to plan for our next Cadet Staff Rotation.  Here are the key dates to keep in mind:

April 19-27    Applications for remaining Cadet Staff positions open
April 28         Cadet Staff Interview Times Announced
May 2            Cadet Staff Interviews held in conjunction with Cadet Testing Event.  Activities begin at 9am
May 5           Cadet Staff Selections Announced
May 9           Cadet Staff Training Day  9am-12pm

June 2          Cadet Change of Command

Other Upcoming Events At the Anoka Composite Squadron 

5/2   Cadet Testing Event, Cadet Staff Interviews and Rocketry Workshop
5/16 Rocketry Launch
5/31-6/1 Discover Aviation Days
6/20 Tour of Regional Air Traffic Control Center in Farmington

   Parents Information

Please check this space for information on the Parent Group

See our "New Parents Page" on the drop down menu under Parents page

Our parent group is called the Anoka Squadron Booster Club (known as the ASBC).  
 We understand that everyone has a busy life.  Some parents want to be involved in CAP and others want less involvement.  We want you to know that when your son or daughter turns in paperwork to become a cadet in the Anoka Composite Squadron then, as parents, you are automatically considered members of the ASBC.  There is nothing to “join” and no dues involved.  Your involvement can be as low-key or as intense as you desire.  You are welcome to join us at any time.

Blue Moon
Every time there is a 5th Tuesday in a month we have what we like to call a Blue Moon Meeting. This is Fun night where we get together, play games and invite parents and friends. We encourage your cadet to bring a friend! (We do not wear uniforms on Blue Moon Tuesdays.) Parents are encouraged to help organize and bring food for the Blue MoonTuesdays.

Upcoming Blue Moon Tuesday

  • June 30, 2015
  • Sept 29, 2015
  • Dec 29, 2015

Copyright 2013 - Anoka County Composite Squadron

The CAP is the Civilian Volunteer Auxiliary of the United States Air Force. Our National Headquarters is located at Maxwell AFB, AL. The MN Wing Headquarters is located at the South St. Paul Downtown Airport. MN Wing is divided into 25 squadrons, assigned to one of four groups, which are the local units of the CAP. Anoka County Squadron is located at the Anoka County Airport (Jane's Field), Blaine, MN.  The squadron holds weekly meetings every Tuesday from 6:30pm to 9:00pm. Civil Air Patrol was created Dec. 1, 1941 and became the Official Auxiliary of the United States Air Force on May 26, 1948. To learn more about Civil Air Patrol's unique history click here.  

The three main missions of Civil Air Patrol are: 
Cadet ProgramsEmergency ServicesAerospace Education

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