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Change of Command for Nittany Composite Squadron (12 August 2016)
  • Capt Matt Bisgaier accepts command of Nittany as Major Paul Anderson moves to New York to take on a new and challenging job opportunity. We wish him well.

Nittany Composite Squadron moves (July 2016)
  • Nittany has moved to another building on the University Park Airport grounds. The airport manager offered Nittany a dedicated space just for the squadron. This space is not shared with any others and allows Nittany a bit more freedom. Look for our new signs on the building and the relocation of the CAP van.
PA Wing CTS Winter BCOP/NCOA and TLC West (2-3 April 2016)
  • We had 2 cadets graduate from BCOP this spring as another cadet tested their leadership skills as a Cadet Flight Leader.
Change of Command for Nittany Composite Squadron (25 July 2015)
  • Major Paul Anderson has stepped forward to take command of Nittany Composite Squadron 338 as Major Suzanne McBride has stepped forward to take command of Group 5.
Civil Air Patrol Volunteer Magazine (April-June 2015)
  • To read the Volunteer Magazine, please click here.
Pennsylvania Wing Cadet Training Schools (CTS)
  • We have opened the registration period for our CTS Winter Schools. We  are offering the schools in three (3) separate locations in Pennsylvania (East, Central and West) in March and April. Cadets and Seniors are encouraged to apply.  Full details and registration instructions are available on our website: https://cts.pawg.cap.gov/

No Meetings
  • There will be no meeting on Thursday, December 25, 2014 and Thursday, January 1, 2015. Meetings will resume on Thursday, January 8, 2015.
Christmas Banquet / Party
  • Please make sure to check your email and register. The Christmas Banquet/Party will be held at the same location as last year on 21 December, 2014. Doors open at 4:30pm.

Civil Air Patrol Congressional Gold Medal Family Members -

  • You can watch the ceremony at http://www.speaker.gov/live
  • Forty five living CAP WWII veterans will attend the ceremony and 55 families of deceased and other CAP WWII veterans will also attend.   We hope you are able to watch the ceremony and help us celebrate.