Civil Air Patrol (CAP)
Volunteers Serving America's Communities, Saving Lives, and Shaping Futures.
Falcon Senior Squadron (NY-379), New York Wing
Falcon Squadron is a Senior Member unit (Adults only) based at JFK International Airport. As volunteers for the United States Air Force Auxiliary - Civil Air Patrol (CAP), we proudly serve our nation, state, city and local communities by performing missions for CAP in the areas of Air Search and Rescue, Aerospace Education and Cadet Programs.
Civil Air Patrol is part of First Air Force Combat Command, the organization has over 60,000 members, over 560 aircrafts, and over 1,000 ground vehicles nationally.
As you can imagine, an organization that large has a great many opportunities to serve, and to learn. As a volunteer in Civil Air Patrol you will decide how you can best serve CAP, by choosing from the many areas of service, the one (or ones) that you most prefer.
Civil Air Patrol members don't have to be pilots, but many Falcon Squadron members are. And while Civil Air Patrol members aren't required to fly, if you're interested in flying, you can count on having that opportunity with Falcon Squadron.
Falcon Squadron meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month (excluding holidays) between 7:15 pm and 9:15 pm at JFK International Airport in the "Press Room" of the NY/NJ Port Authority Administration Building (#14).
Maj Steven F Pinello
Maj Raymond G Miller
Maj Andrew A Hollander
Aerospace Education Officer
1st Lt Mariano Hernandez
Capt Billy Metallinos
Emergency Services Officer
Maj Bill Toy
Emergency Services Training Officer
Maj Bill Toy
Capt Eric Wai Chan
Standardization & Evaluation Officer