The Air Victory Museum Composite Squadron traces its origins going back before 1985 and was an offshoot of the Flying W Squadron and Burlington Camden Composite Squadron. In 2001, the new squadron moved to the Air Victory Museum, where it continues to grow and thrive. The charter was signed and the new squadron became known as the Air Victory Museum Composite Squadron - 079. The squadron is within the Northeast Region (Maine to Pennsylvania), of the Civil Air Patrol and part of the New Jersey Wing. Thus, our designation is NER-NJ-079. CAP in NJ is divided into Groups for span of control; Air Victory is part of Group 225, whose Commander is Lt Col Bruce Brown.
Air Victory is a composite squadron, which comprises both cadet and adult members. Air Victory draws membership from Burlington County and surrounding areas. Our squadron meets every Thursday night in the Air Victory Museum (a converted airplane hangar) on the grounds of the South Jersey Regional Airport (VAY). We are very fortunate to be at an airport (for cadet orientation flights) and in an aviation museum.