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Welcome to our squadron!

Welcome to the website of the MN047th Southeast Minnesota (SEMN) Composite Squadron of the United States Air Force Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol (CAP). The Civil Air Patrol is a non-profit organization of over 60,0000 volunteer members nationwide who serve their community through three primary missions: aerospace education, cadet programs, and emergency services.
 
We have an active program that includes both Senior Officers (members 18 years of age and older) as well as cadets (members 12-18 years of age). We are always looking for volunteers young and old regardless of prior knowledge or experience. Squadron meetings are held weekly on Thursday evenings from 6:30-10 PM at our Squadron Headquarters at the Rochester, MN Airport (7300 Bratass Drive).
 
Please feel free to browse this site and contact us with any questions.
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CAP's Vision:

"Civil Air Patrol, America's Air Force Auxiliary, building the nation's finest force of citizen volunteers performing Missions for America"


CAP's Mission:

"Supporting America's communities with emergency response, diverse aviation and ground services, youth development, and promotion of air, space and cyber power"

  • 23 Jul
    Encampment 02:00 to 02:00

  • 28 Jul
    Squadron Meeting 18:30 to 21:00

    Emergency Services (Uniform: BDU's, Corporate)

  • 23 Jul - 28 Jul
  • 04 Aug - 08 Aug
  • 11 Aug - 17 Aug
  • 18 Aug - 22 Aug
  • 25 Aug - 01 Sep
  • 03 Sep - 08 Sep
  • 15 Sep - 19 Sep
  • 22 Sep - 06 Oct
  • 11 Oct - 13 Oct
  • 20 Oct - 20 Oct
  • 27 Oct - 03 Nov
  • 10 Nov - 17 Nov
  • 17 Nov - 17 Nov

The SEMN Squadron hosts and participates in numerous activities in addition to our weekly squadron meetings. Please view our calendar for a complete list of applicable CAP events.
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Join us today! Attend one of our weekly squadron meetings for more information. We are located at: 7300 Brataas Dr SW, Rochester, MN 55902 USA

Cadet Program

Explore opportunities for members between ages 12 and 18

Whatever your interests-survival training, flight training, photography, astronomy-there's a place for you in CAP's cadet program. Each year, cadets have the opportunity to participate in special activities at the local, state, regional or national level. Many cadets will have the opportunity to solo fly an airplane for the first time through a flight encampment or academy. Others will enjoy traveling abroad through the International Air Cadet Exchange Program. Still others assist at major air shows throughout the nation.
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Officer Program

Explore opportunities for senior members

Senior Members do so much more than just fly; they come from all walks of life. Some are doctors, nurses, paramedics, or other medical professionals. Others are lawyers, paralegals, accountants, computer programmers, and other business professionals and executives. Mechanics, cooks, teachers, police officers, clergy, parents, really just about any career or background can be useful to and found in the ranks of the CAP adult membership. CAP supports a variety of missions that require adults from all walks of life.
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Contact Us

  •  7300 Brataas Dr SW
    Rochester, MN 55902
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