About our Squadron
South Bay Senior Squadron 129 is located in Los Angeles County, California, a Group of the California Wing of Civil Air Patrol. We are the Headquarters unit for ten squadrons.
Our squadron consists of senior members 18 years of age and older. There are three types of Squadrons, Senior, Composite, and Cadet, that contribute to all three of the core Civil Air Patrol missions: Aerospace Education, the Cadet Program, and Emergency Services.
As background on our echelons, a senior squadron is open only to senior (adult) members. A cadet squadron is primarily for cadet members, but it must have three senior members. A composite squadron is composed of both senior and cadet members. A flight is smaller than a squadron and may have a charter or be part of a squadron. A group oversees and supports several squadrons in a given area. A wing is a state, commonwealth, or district headquarters. There is a wing in each of the 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. CAP’s eight regions are composed of several wings or states.