Licking County Composite Squadron (OH-157)
Everett Field Park
170 Everett Ave, Newark, OH 43055
Meeting location is at the building
located at the back of the park.
Meeting Day/Time: Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:00 PM
Squadron Commander: Capt Charles A. Burwell
The Licking County Composite Squadron is comprised of both senior and cadet members, conducting both the senior program and cadet program.
The standard weekly meeting schedule is as follows. Please check the unit website calendar for any updates.
|1st||Character Development Instruction; Leadership; Safety||Blues|
|3rd||Physical Training (PT)||Athletic Apparel (tennis shoes, black shorts, tan shirt)|
|4th||Emergency Services Training||ABU|
|5th||Fun Night/Miscellaneous Activities||Civilian Attire|
Licking County Composite Squadron focuses on our cadet program for for youth 12 & up, teaching them leadership, character, physical fitness, emergency services, search & rescue, STEM, & more while guiding them in aerospace career opportunities. We also encourage development with our adult program by improving & broadening skills, training in emergency services, drone teams, air crew, & more.
Squadron Point of Contact:
If you are interested in visiting our squadron, please contact:
2nd Lt Michelle Sherer
Recruiting & Retention Officer
Quality Cadet Unit Award
Aerospace Education Excellence Award
2nd Place Regional Drone Team
Ohio & Great Lakes Region Ground Team of the Year (2020)
Squadron Commander Bio
Capt Charlie Burwell was born in Newark, Ohio. Capt Burwell's Civil Air Patrol career started in 2009 at 13 years old as a Cadet. By 18, he was a Mitchell Cadet and served as the Cadet Commander. Capt Burwell then used the Mitchell achievement to gain an advancement to PV2 when he enlisted in the United States Army.
At his first duty station with the United States Army, Fort Wainwright, Alaska, he transferred his CAP service to Eielson Composite Squadron. He served as the Search and Rescue Officer and assisted with running the Cadet Program.
While on one of his many real-world Emergency Services missions in Alaska, he directly participated in a search for a lost hiker and was awarded his first Save. When the Army transferred him to Fort Drum, NY, he transferred back to Licking County Composite Squadron and assisted with Squadron activities whenever possible.
Please visit our SmugMug gallery of photos and videos at: OH-157 Photo Gallery