1. A hiking/backpacking social club formed in 1983 by upstate New York residents primarily to seek out forever wild areas of the Adirondack park. Club has established a Cadet corp of trainees who are graded on their performance on trips for a number of years before they allowed full membership. Senior Members attain military rank and can rise to the rank of general now held by the original founding members. COAC is a group of child hikers who are children of current members. The membership is mainly made of residents of Monroe and erie Counties. Hidden waterfalls are the most common trip goal. Senor members also have a annual winter hike in and around Key West, Florida. At this trip Alcohol consumption and review of the Duval Street restrooms is the most time consuming part of the hike.
2. A group appointed by God to right wrongs in the world.
The Adirondack Commandos are one the few groups who have found sliding rock falls on the robinson river.