Civil Air Patrol Squadron MA059, formerly based in Marlborough, MA but now meeting again in Stow, MA
Members: Click here for our Members page for Calendar and weekly Call-up
Our weekly meetings happen most Sunday evenings at 5:00 pm.
At long last, we are once again meeting in-person! Our meeting location now is the Pompositticut Community Center, 509 Great Road (Route 117), in Stow, MA.
Welcome to the Lt Col Frank Pocher Minute Man Squadron
Welcome to the
Lt Col Frank Pocher Minute Man Squadron
More commonly known as Minute Man Squadron, our Civil Air Patrol squadron is made up of senior members (adult leaders) and cadet members (teenage members and leaders). We typically meet weekly on Sunday evenings, and our meetings cover a variety of topics such as aerospace education, leadership, customs and courtesies, physical fitness, emergency preparedness, emergency response, character development, and many other topics.
Teens and adults learn about the Civil Air Patrol core values of Integrity, Volunteerism, Excellence, and Respect. All Civil Air Patrol activities are rooted in these values.
Many Civil Air Patrol cadets advance through various levels that can qualify them for college scholarships and advanced standing if they later choose a military service, Over 10% of US Service Academy cadets are former Civil Air Patrol cadets.
Adult members have the honor and privilege of serving in any of Civil Air Patrol's current missions of emergency services, aerospace education, and cadet leadership and mentoring.
Civil Air Patrol serves as the official civilian Auxiliary of the United States Air Force.
Our squadron is looking for interested and motivated adults, teens, and tweens, to participate in the opportunity to serve our local community and country in a high impact organization. Visit us and see for yourself.
Maj Sharon Ingraham
We meet on most Sunday evenings, 5:00 - 7:30 pm. Normally we meet at the Marlborough Central Fire Station at 215 Maple Street, Marlborough, MA 01752, but our meetings there are still suspended due to the Coronavirus pandemic.