Brownsville Composite Squadron, SWR-TX-091
The Brownsville Composite Squadron has a long history since it was chartered in December 1941. On December 1, 1941, Civil Air Patrol (CAP) was founded as a civilian auxiliary to the U.S. Army Air Corp. a few days prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. CAP establishes coastal Patrol bases from Maine to Mexico. Coastal Patrol Base #12 was first in Brownsville and later in San Benito. Base #12 CAP volunteer pilots fly over 30,000 hours of patrol missions along the South Texas coast looking for German U-boats and helping to secure the nations border...Read More
The 100 Dollars, 100 Donors, 100 Days campaign begins on August 18, 2014
to help the Brownsville Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol complete phase one of their training center.
Go to our Donation page and help support us in completing of our training center today.
Quality Cadet Unit Award
Any cadet unit that displays strong program fundamentals can earn the Quality Cadet Unit Award.
This new award motivates squadrons to pursue goals that we think will inevitably lead to their having a vibrant Cadet Program.
The Quality Cadet Unit Award is purely objective. Cadet and composite squadrons who meet the challenging criteria automatically earn the award.
The LESA South school challenge coin is being minted !!!
The cost is $10.00 each and shipping is $1.75. The funds will be used for the LESA South training center.
Go to our Donation page and order your coin today.