The Lebanon Composite Squadron is one of 10 squadrons in New Hampshire and is part of the national organization known as Civil Air Patrol (CAP). The squadron was founded in 1952 to help carry out the three main missions of Civil Air Patrol: aerospace education, a cadet program, and emergency services.

Join Us

Servin' it up at encampmentIn order to fulfill our duties in carrying out these important missions we are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers. Whether you are still in school or are otherwise employed, we have a place for you. If you are between the ages of 12 and 18, you are eligible to join as a cadet, while those 18 and above may join as a senior member.

Cadets (Ages 12 to 18)

As a member of the cadet program, you will have the opportunity to participate in many fun and exciting opportunities. These include free orientation flights, field trips to aviation museums and air shows, participation in search and rescue operations, and much more. For more information, visit our cadet membership page.

Senior Members (18 and Older)

If you're too old to join as a cadet, don't despair: senior members have lots of fun as well. As a senior member, you can join the cadets for many of their exciting activities. Or, you might be more interested in flying in one of our aircraft during a search and rescue operation. For more information about these and other opportunities, visit our senior membership page.

CAP's distinctive aircraft

Visit Us

You can find us at the Lebanon Municipal Airport in West Lebanon, NH. See our meeting location page for meeting times and vectors to our location.