Civil Air Patrol Hazleton Composite Squadron 203

Semper Oriens


Emergency Services



  1. How much does it cost to join Civil Air Patrol Hazleton Squadron 203?

    Pennsylvania Wing Civil Air Patrol membership dues are currently $31.00 yearly for Cadet Membership and $62.00 yearly for Senior Membership.

  2. What is the difference between cadet and senior membership?

    A Cadet member is anyone who joins between the ages of 12 and 17 years of age.  If a member joins before they become 18 years old, they may retain their Cadet membership until age 21, at which time they must become a Senior member.

    A Senior member is anyone who is 18 or older at the time they join.  There is no upper age limit.

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Emergency Services

  1. How do I print my 101 card?

    Log-in to e-Services.  Click on "My Operations Qualifications". Click on "101 Card" on the left side of the screen.  Just above the print-out of the 101 card you will see a click here to print link.  By doing that, another page opens and you need to click the link print 101 card.  You should print a new card whenever your qualifications change.

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  1. How do I earn ribbons and when can I wear them?

    Two main regulations need to be referenced.  See the appropriate regulation below for how to earn a particular ribbon.  See CAPM39-1 CAP Uniform Manual on how to wear them properly.  Once you have completed the necessary requirements for a ribbon, inform the Squadron Personnel Officer and then in turn you will be notified that it was approved or not.  Once approved, it may be worn.  Cadets will follow their chain of command to contact the Personnel Officer.

    CAPR35-6 Aeronautical Ratings, Emergency Services Patch and Badges, and Ground Team Badges

    CAPR39-3 Award of CAP Medals, Ribbons, and Certificates

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Monthly Schedule

Thursday, Oct 12 at 6:15 PM - 8:30 PM
Thursday, Oct 19 at 6:15 PM - 8:30 PM
Thursday, Oct 26 at 6:15 PM - 8:30 PM
Thursday, Nov 2 at 6:15 PM - 8:30 PM

Just a thought...

"I have not failed, I have just found 10,000 ways that won't work." - Thomas Edison

"Always remember where you are going and never forget where you've been."-Unknown

Remember that guy that gave up? Neither does anyone else. - Unknown