Welcome to the Al Johnson Legacy Cadet Squadron, and thank you for your interest.
The MI-135 squadron is based at the Park Township Airport in Holland, MI.
We meet weekly throughout the year on Mondays at 6:30 P.M. ( or check our Calendar )
Our Unit is a " Cadet " squadron and our training is focused on Leadership, Aerospace, Fitness, and Character development. These cadets are joined by over 25,000 peers in all 50 states.
With many great men and women in America today attributing their success to the fact that they built their foundation upon what they learned in the Civil Air Patrol.
( 8% of USAF Academy graduates are former Civil Air Patrol Cadets ).
Here are the basics for those interested in joining our team:
Cadet Membership is open to youth ages 12 to 18.
1.They must be US Citizens or resident aliens granted permanent residency in the US.
2.They must be attending school (or home schooled) and advancing regularly.
3.They must be of good moral character and must be accepted by a CAP unit for membership. Cadet cost for membership in MI is $45. per year.
We also recruit adults that can help us support our Cadet leaders and their activities.
For adults, membership is open to anyone 18 years of age or older that is a U.S. citizen (either born or naturalized), that have no felony convictions nor a dishonorable discharge from any of the Armed Forces. Senior members are also required to submit a FBI Fingerprint Card (FD-258) along with their application. As with cadets, senior member applicants must be accepted by a CAP unit for membership and pay annual membership dues.
The current adult membership dues in MI. is $65 per year.
We have assembled a great group of cadets in our Squadron and are always looking for new members & mentors.
Meeting Time: Monday’s 6:30-8:30.
Location: Park Township facility, 52 152nd Ave., Holland, Mi.
Alternate facility is in the Historic Hanger
Al Johnson Legacy Cadet Squadron
U.S. Air Force Auxiliary
***Disclaimers: While Cadets are offered Orientation Flights, it is not guaranteed that CAP membership will lead to cadets becoming pilots or observers. Cadets are under no obligation to join any of the Armed Forces. Membership is voluntary and can be terminated at any time for gross regulation violations or non-participation.