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The Civil Air Patrol

Aerospace Education
CAP provides aerospace education to members and the general public. This often includes classroom training for the youth of America. 

Cadet Programs
CAP’s cadet program trains young men and women in teamwork, moral leadership, aerospace education, technical skills to support emergency services, and military history and customs. 

CAP provides search and rescue, disaster relief, homeland security and counterdrug reconnaissance missions at the request of the US government and/or law enforcement agencies.

The Montgomery Senior Squadron, Maryland Wing

Formed in the late 1940's at Congressional Airport in Rockville, Maryland, the Montgomery Senior Squadron (MSS) has served the Civil Air Patrol and it's missions for over 60 years. Montgomery Senior Squadron is part of the Maryland Wing. Maryland wing consists of 24 squadrons divided into three groups. MSS is in Group 1 of the Maryland Wing. The squadron participates regularly in search and rescue operations, surveillance missions for the state of Maryland, and ELT location missions.

MSS meets every second and fourth Tuesday at 6:45 pm at the CFC-MSS trailer at Montgomery County Airpark. See the "directions" link on the left of this page for directions to the trailer. If you are interested in joining the Civil Air Patrol, please see the "how to join" link.

Please also visit our friends at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Squadron by going to www.b-cc.org.

CAP Maryland Wing Patch

CAP Maryland Wing Group 1 Patch

Montgomery Senior Squadron Patch - "The Reluctant Dragons" 
Click here for the history of The Reluctant Dragons

Bethesda-Chevy Chase Squadron
(Visit the BCC Web Site)

Non-Discrimination Policy

Civil Air Patrol is committed to equality of opportunity. This means that CAP does not discriminate in offering access to its educational and operational programs and activities.

CAP wishes to provide an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members and to ensure that educational, membership and operational decisions are based on each individual’s abilities and qualifications. Consistent with this principle, and applicable laws, it is CAP policy not to discriminate in offering access to its programs and activities, or with respect to membership terms and conditions, on the basis of race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, or disability (formerly referred to as handicap). Such a policy ensures that only relevant factors are considered and that equitable and consistent standards of conduct and performance are applied.