We are a Civil Air Patrol composite squadron consisting of cadets (ages 12 - 18 yrs) and senior members (ages 18 +) who volunteer to perform search and rescue (SAR) activities, fire watch, disaster response, photo missions, and other emergency response and training activities.

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We are located at the McKinney National Airport in McKinney, Texas. To see a map of where we meet click here.


September 8, 2014

Time to Nominate that cadet and senior member!

Because you are a community of individuals who are always providing meaningful service work, we would like to share with you another presidential award that we know you would welcome honoring one of your volunteers or yourself. The Daily Point of Light Award was originally established in 1990 by George H. W. Bush to recognize volunteers that are going out of their way to solve problems and tackle difficult issues in the community. The award recognizes one volunteer or volunteer effort each day for 260 days a year.Please consider filling out a nomination for yourself or anyone you feel is deserving of this award by nominating on our website: http://www.pointsoflight.org/programs/recognition/dpol/nomination.
When completing the application, make sure you indicate you are a PVSA participant. We would like to consider further honoring the work you are doing on the President's Volunteer Service Award website.Thank you again for your strong loyalty to service and continued commitment to "be the change". Daily Point of Light Award team
Points of Light - the world's largest organization dedicated to volunteer service - mobilizes millions of people to take action that is changing the world. Through affiliates in 250 cities and partnerships with thousands of nonprofits and corporations, Points of Light engages 4 million volunteers in 30 million hours of service each year. Points of Light administers the President's Volunteer Service Award and the Daily Point of Light Award program.


U.S. House approves CAP Congressional Gold Medals
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