Marin Search & Rescue Composite Squadron 23
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Marin Composite Squadron 23 actively exercises all three of CAP's primary missions. Our cadet program is managed by a small but dedicated staff of senior members who have built a strong program. Our senior program is weighted toward emergency services, particularly air operations. Aerospace and Safety education are integrated into both the senior and cadet programs through regular agenda items.

Cadet Programs

Cadets are taught the tenets of leadership and given the opportunity to lead their peers as they progress through the program. Moral leadership and the importance of CAP's Core Values are taught regularly. Mathematics, science, engineering and history are taught through regular aerospace education lessons, which may be lectures on aviation and space or hands-on activities over the course of multiple weeks. Cadets may also take orientation flights in CAP aircraft where CAP pilots teach the cadet about aircraft operations and even allow them to fly the plane. If you have a child between the ages of 12 and 18, he or she is eligible for membership.

More info about Marin Cadet Programs: For Prospective Cadets | For Parents

Senior Programs

Many of our seniors (adults) are rated aircrew, a number are pilots, and we also have a few rated ground team members and leaders. Pilots have the opportunity to fly cadets on orientation flights, learn search and rescue flying, perform aerial photography missions and more. Senior members need not be pilots. The senior program has roles for people with interest in finance, law, public affairs, recruiting, information technology, aerial photography, and more. If you have an interest in serving your community and the dedication to contribute positively to our program, please come visit.

More info about Marin Senior Programs: For Prospective Senior Members

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