United States Air Force Auxiliary
Carroll Composite Squadron
Group II, Maryland Wing
The Carroll Composite Squadron is located in Westminster, Maryland. Following the Civil Air Patrol mission, the Carroll Squadron has three primary missions: aerospace education, cadet programs, and emergency services. We provide a structured environment to introduce youth ages 12 and above to aerospace science and leadership skills in a disciplined military setting focused on achievements. The Squadron also conducts Emergency Services, trains for and performs search and rescue and supports the State's Homeland Security mission. The Carroll Composite Squadron is recognized for its commitment to program excellence and successful youth leadership development.
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Civil Air Patrol develops character and advances education. While many volunteer organizations perform activities, our members complete missions for federal, state and local agencies and mentor future generals of leaders.
Our actions restore hope, rebuild communities and save lives. Young men and women can expect to be challenged and will be rewarded with the confidence, self-worth and accomplishment that can only come from rising to the occasion and making a real and measurable difference when called upon.
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For Patriots ages 12 and up, Civil Air Patrol is a vital force that protects the Americans in need by responding to emergencies, preserves the values that make our county great by developing young leaders, and ensures our country’s preeminence in aerospace and cyberspace education by dedicating ourselves to teaching future generations.
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