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Los Alamos Composite Squadron

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 RC Flying

Cadets participating in RC flying activities must follow club rules, follow your CAP instructor's instructions, and be respectful of any club members. Failing to follow club rules could result in a suspension for you and/or your CAP instructor. Based on the Los Alamos Aeromodelers club rules, Cadets must:

It is strongly recommended that the Cadets wishing to participate in RC Flying activities:

  • Get a free Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) Membership.

Flying events are usually held either at the Espanola RC Airfield or at White Rock's Overlook Park.



Cadets that participate in Rocketry activities must:

Cadets participating in the Rocketry activities are strongly encouraged to join either

Rocket activities are typically held with the local rocketry club, Zia Spacemodeler's, monthly launch and occassionaly at the White Rock's Overlook Park.



CyberPatriot is an exciting program new to our Squadron and we have two Cadets, CADET Julia M Booton and C/SrA John G Fox, who have asked to be the pioneers for the Los Alamos Composite Squadron.

We are late to the competition. Our first competition will be November 14th - 16th. It is the second round for this season's competition, so we are working under a major handicap, but our team is dedicated to making the most of this opportunity and to learn as much as possible. This will put them in a positon to take the lead in next year's team for the Los Alamos Composite Squadron.

So there are some really good things coming.



We are in the process of purchasing Mindstorm EV3 Education Robotic Kits. As our program develops more will be made available here and at our STEM Lesson page for Electronic/Robotics.



C/CMSgt Caleb Britton attended NFA last Month. He was one of eleven Cadets to Solo this year at the Southwest Flight Academy.

See pictures of C/CMSgt Caleb Britton in Durant, OK.



Several Cadets from our squadron attend the Wing's Glider encampment. I will publish more on this at a later time. Assuming I can get some pictures. Do we have any?



Refer to the STEM Lessons