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Honolulu Senior (HI078)

As a senior member squadron, the membership focuses on general aviation and discussions with adult members to support and accomplish missions and contribute to operations. 


Unit Heraldry:

Commander: Capt Lawrence Hinds

When: 1st & 3rd Thursdays

Where: Hawaii Wing Headquarters 
419 Lele Street 
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822

Ph: (941) 794-5980


Unit Designation: PCR-HI-078

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Join as an Adult

Though Civil Air Patrol is known for its flying missions, CAP adult members do so much more than just fly. In fact, less than one-fifth of all CAP members are pilots or aircrew members. CAP adult members come from all walks of life including electricians, lawyers, educators, retail workers, clergy, truck drivers, and retirees.   Really just about any career or background can be found in the ranks of the CAP adult membership.  

Adult members help out at the squadron with day-to-day operations like managing the finances or keeping equipment inventory. In emergency services and operations, members may help with communications, transporting goods, taking photos, or helping distribute water and food. CAP has more than 23,000 youth in its Cadet Program. Adult members help in all aspects of the cadet program, so it's a great opportunity if you want to be a positive influence in a young person's life.


Join as an Educator

Join as an Aerospace Education Member of Civil Air Patrol and enjoy many free aerospace and STEM educational opportunities ranging from a variety of K-12 curriculum materials and STEM Kits to participating in a teacher orientation flight aboard one of our Cessna aircraft at your local airport. This unique membership category is designed for formal or informal educators involved in promoting aerospace and STEM education in classrooms, homeschools, museums, libraries, or other youth organizations.




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