Our squadron contains well trained and experienced individuals (male and female) with EMS, ESS, Medical, Leadership, Ground Search and Pilot skills. We are always looking for adults interested in joining us. No experience necessary. We will train you for the position you are interested in.
Since March of 2006, the Long Island Senior Squadron NY 207 has had 16 successful search and rescue missions.
17 - 23 August - SARTAC Ground School Training East Chatham NY
12 - 14 September - Air School Rochester NY
Deputy Commander: Major Maurice J Cosentino
Commander: Major Jeffrey Zinke
Meeting Time and Location:
7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Second Wednesday and Fourth Thursday of the Month at
KFRG - Republic Airport
Main Terminal Room 201
Farmingdale, New York
Member of New York Wing
Long Island Group 1st Annual Golf Tournament
Date: Thursday June 12, 2014
Time: 7:00 am breakfast / 8:00 am shotgun start
Location: Timber Point Golf Course Great River, N.Y (map)
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Types of Squadrons
Senior squadrons only have an adult program for senior members 18 years of age and older. Cadets are not accepted into senior squadrons.
Cadet squadrons only have a youth program for cadets. There are senior members in this program, but their purpose is to manage the youth program. Adults can join if their primary interest is working with the cadets.
Composite squadrons have both a senior and a cadet program. Some squadrons are special school units.
The volunteers of Civil Air Patrol, CAP/US Air Force Auxiliary in support of "Wreaths Across America" will place wreaths on the final resting place of fallen veterans at National Cemeteries across the nation again this holiday season.
We hope you can participate in this patriotic community service by donating $15.00 for each wreath. Some families donate four wreaths; small businesses donate 10 wreaths and larger corporations donate 100 wreaths. Of course, you can donate one wreath.
It would be our honor to have your wreath(s) placed by the Long Island Senior Squadron CAP Unit NY 207 on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013 at 12:00 noon at Calverton National Cemetery. You are welcome to attend the ceremony and pay respects.
In addition, a portion of the proceeds from each wreath purchased goes toward helping our Squadron to achieve our training and mission goals. Thank you!