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Washington Composite Squadron 601 "Crusaders"


Founded in July of 2007 at the 

Washington County Airport

National Guard Base


Meeting Location:

Washington County Flyers' Club

275 Airport Road

Washington County Airport

Washington, PA  15301

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This unit meets each

Wednesday night at 1900 hrs.

It is our goal to serve the Washington County Community through volunteer service in Air & Ground Search and Rescue, Aerospace Education, Disaster Relief, Drug Demand Reduction and training cadets and adults with valuable skills to help their fellow man in times of need.

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Washington State Civil Air Patrol Visits McChord Field [Image 5 of 5]

Washington State Civil Air Patrol Visits McChord Field

Washington State Civil Air Patrol cadets pose for a group photo in front of a C-17 Globemaster III at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, April 15, 2021. The cadets toured different units at JBLM and learned how everything works together to support a united mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Charles Casner)

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Civil Air Patrol: Supporting America’s Communities

OVERLAKE COMPOSITE SQUADRON, CIVIL AIR PATROL

redmond, wa

Prospective Cadet Members

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Volunteers serving America’s communities, saving lives, and shaping futures.

Serving the local community since 1995, We are a full three-mission squadron and serve all three CAP missions: Emergency Services, Aerospace Education, and Cadet Programs.

Overlake prides itself on training and mentoring outstanding young leaders, effective team-players, and selfless citizens. Each year, Overlake members provide thousands of hours of community service in the Seattle Eastside area. In return for their hard work and dedication, exciting and one-of-a-kind opportunities in leadership, aerospace, travel, and flight are opened to them.

Civil Air Patrol is a non-profit volunteer organization formed in 1941. Currently comprised of over 55,000 members, CAP is congressionally chartered as the civilian auxiliary of the United States Air Force. It maintains a fleet of over 550 single-engine aircraft, which are used for search and rescue, disaster relief, cadet flight training, and tasks. The three missions which Congress has tasked Civil Air Patrol with are cadet programs, aerospace education, and emergency services.

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Washington Wing Civil Air Patrol

The Civil Air Patrol's Washington Wing (abbreviated WAWG) is the highest echelon of the Civil Air Patrol in the state of Washington. Its headquarters are located in Pierce County, Washington at McChord Field at Joint Base Lewis–McChord near Tacoma, Washington.[4] Washington Wing oversees 27 primary subordinate squadrons located throughout the state.[5]

Locally, Washington Wing Civil Air Patrol members operate a fleet of 23 vehicles and 14 aircraft (Cessnas 172s, 182s, and a 206, as well as 2 Blanik gliders) for inland search and rescue missions and cadet orientation flight instruction. Washington members contributed a value of $4.9 million in volunteer hours to their local communities and the state of Washington in 2016. In April 2018, Washington Wing installed the first female to reach the grade of Colonel, Shelly J. Norman [6] as Wing Commander in a change of command ceremony in Wenatchee, Washington.[7]

Other 2016 statistics:[8] - 144 aircrew personnel - 515 cadet orientation flights - 1,537 total hours flown - 779 emergency responders - 15 VHF/FM repeaters - 230 VHF/FM stations - 41 HF stations

Mission[edit]

The Washington Wing performs the three missions of the Civil Air Patrol: providing emergency services; offering cadet programs for youth; and providing aerospace education for both CAP members and the general public.[9]

Emergency services[edit]

The Civil Air Patrol provides emergency services, which includes performing search and rescue and disaster relief missions; as well as assisting in humanitarian aid assignments. The CAP also provides Air Force support through conducting light transport, communications support, and low-altitude route surveys. The Civil Air Patrol can also offer support to counter-drug missions.[10]

In March 2021, as a part of Civil Air Patrol's response in combating the COVID-19 pandemic, members of Washington Wing provided support at three vaccine point of distribution.[11]

Cadet programs[edit]

The Civil Air Patrol offers a cadet program for youth aged 12 to 21, which includes aerospace education, leadership training, physical fitness and moral leadership.[12]

Aerospace education[edit]

The Civil Air Patrol offers aerospace education for CAP members and the general public, including providing training to the members of CAP, and offering workshops for youth throughout the nation through schools and public aviation events.[13]

Squadrons[edit]

Cadets from the Civil Air Patrol 21st Fairchild Composite Squadron receive instruction on rifle procedures performed by 92nd Air Refueling Wing honor guardsmen.
Oregon Civil Air Patrol members pose for a photo with a Cessna 182 Skylane they flew to support a Aerospace Control Alert CrossTell live-fly training exercise.

Northwest Group[edit]

  • Arlington Composite Squadron
  • Bellingham Composite Squadron
  • Dungeness Composite Squadron
  • Northshore Composite Squadron
  • Overlake Composite Squadron
  • Paine Field Composite Squadron
  • Peninsula Composite Squadron
  • Seattle Composite Squadron
  • Skagit Composite Squadron

Southwest Group[edit]

  • Green River Composite Squadron
  • Fort Vancouver Composite Squadron
  • Lewis County Composite Squadron
  • McChord Composite Squadron
  • Mount Rainier Composite Squadron
  • Renton Composite Squadron
  • South Sound Composite Squadron

Eastern Group[edit]

  • 21st Fairchild Composite Squadron
  • Columbia Basin Composite Squadron
  • Deer Park Composite Squadron
  • Inter-State Composite Squadron
  • Northern Desert Composite Squadron
  • Pangborn Composite Squadron
  • Spokane Composite Squadron
  • Tri-Cities Composite Squadron
  • Twin W Composite Squadron
  • Yakima Composite Squadron

Legal protection[edit]

Under Washington law, it is illegal for an employer within the borders of Washington to discipline or discharge from employment an employee who is a member of the Civil Air Patrol, due to that employee taking a leave of absence in order to take part in an emergency operation as a part of the Civil Air Patrol.[14]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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We are an active squadron with opportunities for cadets and senior officers to learn, achieve, and serve our local community.

The Five Traits of Cadet life:

  1. Proper wear of the uniform
  2. Excellence in aerospace
  3. Opportunities to lead and grow in teamwork and management skills
  4. Challenges to build teamwork, ethics and physical fitness
  5. Last, but definitely not least: Fun!

Supporting America's communities with emergency response,

diverse aviation and ground services,

youth development, and promotion of air, space, and cyber power.

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