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   Welcome to the web pages of the Northeast Comanche Tribe, incorporated in 1992. The Tribe originally served members from the 13 northeast states, from Virginia north to New York and through the New England states. This is the same region as covered in the FAA NE Airport Facility Directory. Most members are found in the areas south of Washington DC, in the coastal areas of Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey, and around New York City and into southern New England. Our list now includes Comanche pilot/owners from the rest of the US, Canada, South America, Europe and Australia. You can join through our NE_MembershipForm.

   Tribe officers include the Chief, Assistant Chief, Scribe, and Treasurer, along with an appointed Fly-in Coordinator. The officers are generally elected in August and serve for one year. Many officers repeat their service in the following years. The current officer contact information is posted on this website.
 
   Each quarter the Northeast Comanche Tribe sends out an eNewsletter called the Nor'Easter. It contains a message from the Tribe Chief, contact information for the officers, the current fly-in schedule with links to sign up, reviews and photos of recent fly-ins, and articles of interest to the membership such as upcoming events or technical issues. Past issues are stored on the website, accessed through links on the Nor'Easter page.
 
   The Northeast Tribe's practice has been to plan a yearly schedule of monthly fly-ins, visiting selected airports throughout our territory. Click here to see photos of past fly-ins. Destinations are chosen in the southern region for the late fall through early spring (skipping January and February), and in the northern region in the warmer months. Fly-ins are usually one-day events with arrivals mid-morning, followed by camaraderie and tire kicking, lunch at a nearby restaurant, and departure mid-afternoon. Many include a planned program of interest to the pilots attending. Most are scheduled for Saturday with the option to move to Sunday if the weather requires. In addition to the Nor'Easter listing, members receive an email invitation in the weeks preceding a fly-in with detailed information and a link to sign up. Every so often a special event is scheduled such as the May 2013 CPTP Clinic at Danielson CT, or the September 2013 Nantucket Island Getaway weekend.
 
   You can get a better idea of the NE Tribes activities by reviewing the past issues of the Nor'Easter stored on the website as PDF files for easy access. There are also other documents such as reports of past fly-ins and events like the 2011 Gettysburg weekend and the 2012 Baltimore ICS Convention.

   The Northeast Tribe is at the forefront in supporting weekly ComancheZOOM training and information sessions. A list of future topics can be found on the ComancheZOOM page of this website. Each ComancheZOOM is recorded for later viewing. Links to the 2021 recordings can be found towards the bottom of that page. Links to 2020 recordings are on the ComancheZOOM_2020 page.
         2021 /ComancheZOOM recordings               2020 /ComancheZOOM_2020 recordings
 
Please use any of the links below for more information:
bullet Officers - names and contact information of the current Tribe officers
bullet Click here to Donate Funds page
bullet Fly-in schedule - current years listing and registration link
bullet Documents -  documents of general interest
bullet Tribe Documents - Articles of Incorporation and other Tribe-specific documents
bullet ComancheZOOM Workshops - proposed topics and links to recordings of past topics
bullet Photos of past fly-ins - selected photos from past years
bullet FeedBack form - with recipient list
bullet docs.northeastcomanche.org Comanche document resource library
bullet NE FormLinks for links to most of the request forms
bullet Swap Shop Listing page

 
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 Last updated  04/21/21