Civil Air Patrol
Col. Francis S. Gabreski Squadron
NER-NY-117
Bellport, Long Island
New York


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Color Guard Team
2004, 2005  & 2011,
2012
New York Wing Champion
&
2004, 2005, 2006
2007, 2009, 2011, 2012
L.I. Group Champion

Long Island Group
Squadron of the Year
2002/2003/2005/2007/2008








New Meeting Place
Our Squadron meets every
TUESDAY from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM

at the BELLPORT BOCES Academic Center
350 Martha Avenue
Bellport, NY 11713
CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS

Click here for a detailed power point presentation
about the Col. Francis S. Gabreski Squadron
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING OUR SQUADRON
AS A CADET OR AS AN ADULT MEMBER CLICK HERE
Squadron Departments
Important Information
Squadron Members
***New National HQ Website***

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Every member: Cadets & Adults must take the ORM online course  and TEST linked here.  Please send your certificate by email to sqcmdr@capli.com  to receive credit for the course.

All members MUST pass the test or face suspension.



Mandatory training for Pilots and all ES Personnel:

Aircraft Ground Handling
Video
Test

  Instructions:
     1.Watch the video
     2.Take the test 
     3.Email your: Name/CAPID 
     With your ANSWERS
     to Capt Hillard (click here)


Useful Information
CAP Cadet Oath

CAP Knowledge Base

General ES Courses & Tests

Cadet Achievements Chart

Important CAP Forms

Encampment Schedules

Aerospace and Leadership
Practice Tests

Ribbon Descriptions

Cadet Ribbon Checker

Adult Ribbon Checker

Correct usage of Ranks and Titles

Current Weather Forecast

Current Weather Feed

Squadron Uniform Order form

Links
National HQ
New National HQ Website***
Northeast Region
New York Wing
Long Island Group
LIG Cadet Advisory Council


PLEASE NOTE:

LINKS OR REFERENCES TO INDIVIDUALS OR COMPANIES DO NOT CONSTITUTE AN ENDORSEMENT OF ANY INFORMATION, PRODUCT OR SERVICE YOU MAY RECEIVE FROM SUCH SOURCES.



Have you heard of the Civil Air Patrol?
Civil Air Patrol is the Official Civilian Auxiliary 
of the U.S. Air Force.

To be eligible for membership in the Cadet Program
you must be an unmarried citizen of the United States
(or registered alien lawfully admitted for permanent residency) 
between the ages of 12 and 21.

To be eligible for the Adult Program you must be a citizen 
of the United States (or registered alien lawfully
admitted for permanent residency) 
18 years of age or older or be a member
of the Armed Forces on active duty.

Civil Air Patrol accepts both male and female members. 

It is Civil Air Patrol policy that no applicant meeting CAPís minimum
age requirement will be denied membership in CAP on the basis 
of race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, or disability.


What do we do at C.A.P.?
Here are some of the many activities 
our members participate in:


  • Flight Training
  • Leadership Training
  • Survival Training
  • Search & Rescue
  • Disaster Relief
  • Radio Communication
  • Direction Finding
  • First Aid & CPR
  • Model Rocketry
  • Physical Fitness
  • Public Speaking
  • Astronomy
  • Cadet Flying-Cessna 172's & 182's
  • Cadet Flying-Gliders 
  • Encampments 
  • Bivouacs
  • Field Trips
  • Drill Team
  • Color Guard
  • Parades
  • Are you interested in aviation, or perhaps the military? Are you planning on going to college?  Are you between 12Ė21 years old?  If so, the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program is for you.  If you are looking for a challenge, you could become a Cadet Member of the Civil Air Patrol, the Official Civilian Auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force. 

    CAP offers many advantages for young adults, besides just looking good on college resumes:  Flight training, leadership development, summer activities, emergency services training, the Int'l. Air Cadet Exchange, academic scholarships, and much more!

    There are many benefits to belonging to one of America's finest youth programs.

    Adults over 18 are also welcome to join us.  Adult Members work with Cadets to fulfill the three-fold mission of the Civil Air Patrol:  Aerospace Education, Leadership Training, and Emergency Services.

    For information on joining our squadron,
    come to the next meeting or click here:


    Reflection of the Squadron's award winning
    Color Guard as they render honors at the
    Korean Memorial in Washington, DC
    Notice the faces engraved in the wall

    Click here or on the picture above
    for a larger view.



    This website is maintained by webmaster LtCol  Louis P. Fenech, Jr.
    Last revised 02Jun14