Maui Civil Air Patrol
The Maui County Composite Squadron
 

For Maui Civil Air Patrol information, please email:
info@mauicap.org

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E Komo Mai! (Welcome! Come join us!)

  • First Tuesday of the Month: Doors open for meet-and-greet at 6:30pm, Meeting called to order at 7:00pm
  • Other Tuesday Evenings: Doors open for meet-and-greet at 5:30pm, Meeting called to order at 6:00pm
  • First Tuesday of the Month: Physical Training at the War Memorial Field: 5:30pm
    Following PT, Cadets are transported back to the Squadron Building by 7:00pm
  • Other Tuesday Evenings: Doors open at 5:30pm, Opening Formation at 6:00pm

If you're a new Civil Air Patrol member or you're curious to learn more about the Maui Civil Air Patrol you may want to arrive early while the squadron is gathering so you can meet the CAP senior members, other cadets and you can talk story about the Maui Civil Air Patrol and CAP activities. CAP senior members or cadets visiting Maui are welcome to join us at any of our meetings. Email to info@mauicap.org for details about what's happening in any particular week.

 
     
 
 
 
   
   
 
   
   
Map and Directions to the Maui Composite Squadron HI-057 CAP Headquarters
at the Kahului Airport
 
Map and Directions to the HI-076 War Memorial Park Physical Training location
  • From Ka'ahumanu Avenue, turn onto Kanaloa Ave and then left onto Halia Nakoa Street
  • Park (or drop off) in the parking lot and then walk across to the meeting area
 
 
 
         
         
Cadet Encampment
 

Held annually, the Cadet Encampment program showcases the Civil Air Patrol's training and education model in a positive, age-appropriate manner consistent with CAP and Air Force traditions.

Through activities such as rappelling, obstacle courses, firearms training, and the like, encampments encourage safe, calculated risk-taking in a safe environment. To develop their resilience, cadets may encounter momentary setbacks toward their personal and team goals during the carefully designed activities. Adult guidance and encouragement from fellow cadets ensures a supportive environment.

With CAP cadets attending the Hawaii Wing encampment from as far away as the state of New York, Maui cadets will be part of collective teams where teamwork in groups from widely different backgrounds underlies success.

For complete Civil Air Patrol Cadet Encampment information you're invited to download the Cadet Encampment Guide.