The members of MD-085, Apollo 1 Senior Squadron at Tipton Airport, are working very hard to make up for time lost due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Because of the safety and health measures enacted, squadron members have spent a long time without being able to interact in person.
On June 21, 2022, cadets of the Mt Airy Composite Squadron of Civil Air Patrol made their final presentation of their winning design for the Fairchild Growing Beyond Earth Maker Challenge (https://fairchildgarden.org/science-and-education/innovation/maker-challenge/).
Maryland Wing Airmen Return to Washington D.C. to Participate in the 16th National Memorial Day Parade
For the first time since 2019, over 100 Civil Air Patrol airmen from across the Mid-Atlantic Region and Wings beyond returned to the nation’s capital to partake in the 16th National Memorial Day Parade in Washington D.C. on May 30, 2022.
Mt. Airy, MD -- On March 2, 2022 Mt. Airy Mayor Larry Hushour visited the Mt. Airy Civil Air Patrol Composite Squadron at the Mt. Airy Izaak Walton League facility on Woodville road.
Granite, MD -- Imagine a day starting with a routine trek in the back-country woods on a crisp fall morning. Five miles into the hike, you lose your footing, fall down a steep-sided ravine, and are now laying on the forest floor with a broken leg and likely internal injuries.
Bowie, MD -- On 14 November 2021, Cadet Staff Sergeant Caleb Smith completed his check ride and earned a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) private glider pilot certificate at Skyline Soaring Club, Front Royal-Warren County Airport, Front Royal Virginia.
Since 1942, the Civil Air Patrol’s Col. Mary S. Feik Composite Squadron, formally known as the Annapolis Composite Squadron, has met at Lee Airport in Edgewater, Maryland. For 79 years, the squadron has been a part of the Edgewater and Annapolis communities providing emergency services, community outreach, and educational programs. Additionally, the squadron has been a regular participant in the Annapolis Memorial Day Parade, the Annapolis Fourth of July Parade, the Annapolis Military Bowl Parade, the MRE Tug-of-War, and the Wreaths Across America event at the Annapolis National Cemetery.
November 13, 2021--- GRANITE, MD -- For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, approximately 200 Civil Air Patrol airmen converged on Columbia Md to attend Maryland Wing annual conference on November 5-7, 2021. During the conference, Maryland Wing kindly welcomed Brigadier General Regena Aye, Civil Air Patrol National Vice Commander; and Colonel Bruce Heinlein, Commander Civil Air Patrol Mid-Atlantic Region, as distinguished guests.