Civil Air Patrol
CAP offers opportunities for both adult membership, those who are age 18 and older, and cadet membership for youth ages 12 to 21. Squadron 292 is based in Greater Binghamton Airport terminal building, Binghamton New York. The Squadron serves both Broome and Tioga counties, and meets Thursday evenings at 1830 (6:30pm civilian).
Feb 1st at 7:00pm, Find out More!
NY 292 is Moving
Beginning July 13th, 2017, NY-292 will meet at the Greater Binghamton Airport terminal building until a more permanent solution is reached. Find out More!
Moving Up and Forward
From it's earliest days providing transport during WW 2, through the Cold War, and now in post 9/11 times, Squadron 292 has served the community, and, over the last few years, is experiencing exceptional growth. This allows the Squadron to provide a robust learning experience and creative environment for talented Cadets and Officers. The Unit enjoys secured long term commitments for its facilities, and looks forward to continuing its mission and volunteer expansion in the future.
Winner of the Quality Cadet Unit Award 2012-13, 2013-14, 2015, 2016 and 2017!
- 75th-anniversary video tribute to CAP
- Overview of CAP
- History of Squadron 292 "Black Sheep"
- Introduction to Cadet Program
- Introduction to Adult Officer Program
- How to Join
CAP Volunteer Service
Joining CAP allows you to help your country. CAP members assist their fellow citizens - Natural Disasters, Aviation Accidents, Finding the Lost.
The Civil Air Patrol performs three main functions:
- Emergency Services
- Aerospace Education
- Cadet Programs
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