The Dallas Composite Squadron meets every Monday at 7:00 pm inside the main terminal of Business Jet Center on the second floor.  Please read other pages on this site for Directions and our Schedule of Events.  For our physical mailing address, please contact Maj Lana Holub at dcs1@capdallas.org 

Recent News

  • TX-391 Fall 2019 Airman Leadership School 18 October 2019 by C/MSgt Brandon Luk It was a sunny September morning full of excitement. It was finally the day that the cadets would leave for ALS, Airman Leadership School. For many of the cadets, this would be their first time away from home overnight;  many were nervous, but also quite excited. The ALS staff had been working for up to three months in advance to prepare for the best possible event. The ALS staff is made up of many different teams who perform many different functions that are vital for the ALS to run smoothly.  From Medical to Logistics to Public Affairs and more, each department has been preparing for ALS.  Numerous conference calls were made, and ...
    Posted Mar 2, 2020, 6:17 PM by lana mark
  • CAP Members Fly in a Chinook Helicopter Story by Cadet/CMSgt Michael Costello, Dallas Composite Squadron TX-391 CAP members recently had the opportunity to fly in a CH-47 Chinook Helicopter operated by the Texas Army National Guard. This event happened on September 30, 2019, at the Dallas Army Aviation Support Facility (DAASF) in Grand Prairie. The Chinook Helicopter is a twin rotor heavy lift helicopter that has been used by the US military since 1962.  The Chinook is the fastest and most powerful helicopter in the US military.  Cadets and Seniors met up at a Shell gas station in Grand Prairie at 9:00 am.  There were members from Dallas, Weatherford, Granbury, and Italy squadrons.  Then we entered the base by bus and met our ...
    Posted Mar 2, 2020, 6:15 PM by lana mark
  • Dallas Composite Squadron Cadet Change of Command 23 September 2019 by  C/CMSgt Brandon Chee The weekly meeting of the 391st Squadron on August 26 was a time for celebration.  The highlight of the evening was the Change of Command ceremony for the Cadet Commander.  Moving on to college, C/2d Lt Andrew Carter passed on command to C/2d Lt Gabriel Iglesias.  C/2d Lt Iglesias has been a member of CAP and Dallas Composite for 3 years and has served in various staff positions in the squadron including Cadet First Sergeant and Cadet Deputy Commander.  Adding to his experience are numerous activities and encampments, including Group III Airman Leadership School, National Cyber Defense Training Academy, multiple levels of the Texas Cadet Training and Education ...
    Posted Mar 2, 2020, 6:08 PM by lana mark
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