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399th Composite Squadron

Danbury, Connecticut

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399th Danbury Composite Squadron

The 399th Danbury Composite Squadron is located at the Danbury Municipal Airport, 21 Miry Brook Road in Danbury. A composite squadron is comprised of both senior and cadet members, supporting the Civil Air Patrol missions. Cadet and Senior meetings are held every Tuesday at 6:30 PM. All meetings are open to the public. Parents, visitors, prospective cadet and senior members are always welcome to attend.

Please send us an e-mail for further information on any program.

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Civil Air Patrol is a private, nonprofit corporation chartered under a special act of Congress. Additionally, CAP is the auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force when it performs Air Force assigned missions.

CAP performs three main missions: Aerospace Education, Cadet Programs, and Emergency Services.

The CAP Cadet Program is for youth aged 12 to 20.  Through their CAP experience, cadets develop into responsible citizens and leaders.

The Cadet Program is not just fun and rewarding, it challenges cadets to develop the self-discipline, strong character, and team spirit they will need to become tomorrow's aerospace leaders.

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Operations / Emergency Services

Senior members choose a specialty track, to determine their CAP duty assignment and required training.

To accomplish its mission, CAP requires an informed, active senior membership trained in leadership, management, and functional tasks. The CAP Senior Member Professional Development Program prepares members to serve their units, their communities, and their nation.

While CAP has long been associated with search and rescue missions, its work also includes disaster relief and communications, as well as counter-drug and homeland security missions.

In search and rescue, CAP continues to conduct 95 percent of all federal inland SAR missions, as directed by the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center (AFRCC) at Langley AFB, Va. CAP also supports the Joint Rescue Coordination Centers in Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
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