On May 2nd, 1977, the Omaha Composite Squadron was given its official charter by Civil Air Patrol.
The squadron began as the Omaha Cadet Squadron, and eventually grew into a Composite squadron as Senior members began fulfilling the many missions of the Civil Air Patrol.
40 years later, the Omaha Composite Squadron has 64 volunteer members (31 Cadets and 33 Seniors) and has custody of two modern G-1000 Cessna aircraft. Our members volunteer in support of local, state and national activities such as Cadet Flight Training, Orientation flights, Aerospace Education, Search and Rescue operations, Emergency Services training, Senior Professional Development and recurring training, Cadet CyberPatriot competitions, support of Federal and State Emergency agencies, and a variety of Community Support activities.
Congratulations to all our members on this special occasion!