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Air Rescue Squadron - Mar 1992

Air Rescue Squadron - Mar 1992

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CIVILAIRPATROLAIRRESCUE
S~UADRON
150
THEYELLOWJACKETMARCH
1992
NEWSLETTER
SQ.ASSISTSINSEARCHFORMISSINGPIPER
Rules
&
RegsforCorporateAircraft
Squadron150assistedinthesearchfor
a
char-
tered
twin-enginePipercarryingsixMexicanNa-tionalskierslastmonth.ThePiperCheyennewaslastheardfromat
4:20
p.m.Sunday,February
16th.
Twelvesquadronmembersandsixaircraft
re-
ported
lO
thesearchbase
at
BigBear
airport
Mon-daymorning.Whilewe'renotsurewhowascred-itedwiththe
"find",
it
wasdetermined
thaI
theCivil
Air
Patrol
wasresponsibleforspouingthetailsectionoftheaircraftstickingOUlofthesnowalthe
7,000
fOOLevelnearAngelusOaks,about10milesfromtheplanesdestination,BigBearair-
pon.
ThewreckageandbodieswerelocatedbygroundsearchcrewsMondayafternoon.Thecrashvictimsincludedfiveadultsandtwochildren.Theidentitiesofthevicumswerenotimmediatelyavailable.TheweatheratBig
Bear
theafternoonofthecrashincludedvariablelowceilings,fogandmountainobscuration.ThepilOlradioedBig
Bear
Unicomseveraltimesduringhisattempt
to
reach
the
airport
andwasadvisedthattherunwaywaspartiallyobscuredinfog.ThewreckagewasfoundontheridgejustwestofBigBearLake.Searchcreditsgo
to:
BillGosland,TomSering,DavidStarks,LindaRegan,John
Marushak,
LouSilberling,TerryHarmon,WinnKinner,JacquieSprague,JackMoralce,BobLangford.andRonHodge.
AnytimeasquadronmemberactsasapilotorpassengerinacotpoteieaJrcrafthe/shemustdressinapprovedCivilAirPatrolflightattire.Theaircraftmusthaveaflightreleasesignedbyaflightreleaseofficer.ForthoseofyouwhousetheVargaontheflightline,pleasebesympatheticofyourneighbors....makeanefforttopulltheaircraftoutonthetaxilinepriortoenginestart.Theseeffortswillavoidthe"rockblast·totheneighboringaircraft
L.Crecion.
OFFICERSCALL-GREATPLANSAHEAD
andsimulatedbreifingsanddebreifingswilltakeplace.Thiswillgive
all
ofusachance
lO
makesureourgearis"up
to
snuff'andwe
are
trulyreadylO
"seek
andsave".June
is
time
to
dosomethingwehavebeenre-
miss
in
doing...awards.MOSlofus
just
do
the
jobanddon't
seek
recognition.Well
that's
goingtochangeslightly.LelandKolb
has
agreed
to
assisttheawardscommitteeinpulingtogethertheawardsrecommendedbytheC.A.P.andsomeadditionalonesjustforfun.Weplanoncombiningtheawardseventwithourfirstannual
"Pig
Roast"
It'snot
reallyourfirstone,however,inthesixyearsI've
been
a
memberwehave
not
hadasinglepig
roast,
sowewillstillrememberthosepigroastsofyearsago,butthiswill
be
dubbedasthe"firstannual".Quiteabilof
preperaiion
has
to
gointothisbutwehaveumeand
the
talentedfolks
lO
doilingrandstyle.June14thisourtargeteddate.Thenextquanerlyofficerscall
is
scheduledforJune19th.I
am
havingaballwiththisunitandhopeyou
are
half
aspleasedas
I
m
withthewaythings
are
going.Everybody
is
pitchinginandmakingacontribution.Yourcombinedeffortsaregreatlyappreciated.
CommanderRussOwens
OnMarch19,1992thequartcrlyplanningmeet-ingforApril.MayandJune
was
held.
It
wasde-cided
that
Aprilisbooked
up
withtheEl
Taro
Air
Show.ThePalmSpringsHigh
Aluuide
Clinicandsomeexpectedbadweather.sowemoved
into
Mayquickly.MaywillbringsomethingnewforSquadron150,wehaveplannedasimulatedSARmission.Thismissionwill
be
a
table-top
onlymissionde-signed
lO
familiarizeeveryonewiththe
proper
proceduresandtechniques
used
atmissionbases.Thesimulatedmissionwilltakeplaceinourmeet-ingroom
at
Los
AJ.
Thealertlisl
will
berunandtheregularmeetinglimeof
2000
hourswillfindeveryonesigningintothe"MissionBase".DaveStarksvolunteeredtobethe
projectofficer
andwill
be
callingonquiteafewmembers
Cor
assistance.ThiswiU
be
treated
justlikearegularmission,properauirewillbeexpected,i.e.,
flight
suitsandapproved
uniforms.
AJI
personsplanning
LO
"fly"thesearchwillbringgrided
charts
andallnecessaryparafanalia.
Make
sureyour
ES
cards
are
up
lO
dateandyouhaveallproperdocumenta-tionrequired
lO
assistinthesearch.Alldocumen-tationwillbechecked,assignmentswill
be
given
ASPECIALTHANKS
I
wouldliketoextendaspecialthankstothosewhoassistedinmy"shedraising"...JackVanAusdeln,ArtKimball,FloydDeBolt,TomPeg,JacquieSprague,ChuckGreen,GregWeissandthemany
otbot»
whogavetheirphysicaland"technical·support.YoureffortswereGBEATLYappreciated.LynnCrecion
 
~CivilAirPatrol-50Years
0.[
Service
SLSSCHOOLHELDATVANDENBERG
KnowYourSqadronOfficers
CarlaElger:AdminOfficerResponsibilitiesincludeimplementingpoliciesandprocedures,controlcorrespondence,preparelocalpublicationsandforms,performotherdutiesassignedbythecom-mander.DeannaBowers:Person-nelOfficerResponsIbilitiesincludemanagingmemberrocora«andapplications,appoint-ments,promotionsanddemotions,awardsanddecorations,retirementsendsaparations.CliffordRolins:RecordsOfficerResponsibilitiesincludeassistingadministration,personnel,andESOfflC6rsinfilingitemsinthemembersmes.DavidStarcksSafetyOffICer:Responsibilitiesincludedevelopingoverallaccidentpreventionprogramtoinclude:safetyinspections,directaccidentinvestigation,preparationofsafetyreports,planningsafetyprograms,conduct-ingsafetystudiesandrecommendingcorrec-tions,preparingtrainingguides,publicizingsafetythroughbulletinboards,newspapers,etc.Assistants:JohnMaurshakandRonRoberson
ticaffairs.professionalismand
tax
deductions.Counselingseminars
with
roleplayingwerealsoveryhelpfulinsolvingsquadronproblems.Thisweekendwasn't
all
work
though,
Thefoodatthebasewasvery
inexpensive
andprettygood.Expeciallygoodat
the
"0"
Clubwere
the
primeribandSantaMariaBar-B-Que.Shoppingwasalsofunat
the
uniformstoreandBX(no
tax
topay).
An
0
ther
advantageof
auending
wasthatwegottoknoweachotherbetter,
expe-
ciallywhileweweredoing
OUI
"homework".Thosewhodid
their
homework,
didn't
havetotake
the
final
exam(sure
wishregularschoolwouldhavebeenLhatliberal).
C.
Eiger
BUCKINGFORAPROMOTION?
(CorporateLearningCourse),
auain
Seniorratinginspecialtytrack,and
attend
twoNational,Re-gionalorWingconferences;andserve
3
years
as
CPT.LieulenamColonel:completeLevel
IV
by:hold-ingcommandorstaffpositionfortwoyears,com-pleting
a
RegionStaffCollegeorSquadronOfficerSchool,
auain
Masterratinginspecialtytrack,serveasastaJImember
at
aNational,RegionorWingconferenceorSquadronLeadershipSchool.prepareanddeliverapresentationto
a
non-CAP
group
onaCAP-relatedsubject;andservefouryearsasaMajor.Nextmonthwewill
discuss
promotions
through
MissionRelatedSkills.Anyquestions,please
feci
free
toask.
C.
Eiger
MEMBERPROFILE-JACKMORALEE
Beach
airport
Mr.
MoraleewasintheNavyin
WWII
asa
radar-
man
onagun
boat,
HeworkedasaseniorengineeratFordMotorCompany.Hazel
Parle,
Michiganishishometown.HecametoCaliforniain
1949.
Evelyn.hiswife,isalsoaCAPmember.theyhaveoneson,Raymond.Jack'sbobbiesarehuntingand
Iishing.
Someofhisinterestingexperiencesare:flyingmedical
teams
intoMexico;flyingforMcDonnellDouglasnoiseevaluation;andflyingtoAlaska
with
histwobrothersandotherCAPpilots.Jackis
also
wellknownwithintheCAP
ranks
forhis
CJt-
ce11entabilitytoteach.C.
Eiger
TheSquadronLeadershipSchool(SLS)heldatVandenbergAFBFebruary8th&9!.hwasintense.Squadron
150
membersinauendencewereDonAbrams,DeeBowers,DonBunker,CarlaElger.Monica
Havelka,
RonRoberson.Tom
Sering,
LouSilberling,andDavidStarcks.Completionof
the
SLSisanecessarystepincompletingLevel
U
toattain
the
rank
ofCaptain.Thesessionsbeganeachdayat8am.andendedaround
4:30
p.m.
Proper
uniformswererequired
each
day.Thefollowingsubjectswerecoveredwellby
a
varietyofgoodinstructors:E.S.,trainingand
spe-
cialtytracks,medicalofficer.problemsolving,communicationandlistening
skills,
uniforms,pub-Seniormembersmayqualifyforpromotioninfourways.First.throughDutyPerformance.Sec-ond,throughMissionRelatedSkills.
Third,
bySpecialAppointments.Fourth.throughProfes-sionalAppointments.Generalrequirementsforpromotion
through
DutyPerformanceare
as
follows:SecondLieutenantcompleteLevel
I
ndserve
six
monthsasaseniormember.Firs!Lieutenant:completeTechnicalRatinginyourspecialtytrackandserve
12
monthsasa
2L
T.Captain:completeLevel
D
by;being
agraduate
ofSLS(SquadronLeadershipSchool),completingtheECICourse13.auainTechnicianratinginspecialtytrack.andserve18monthsas
1
LT.
M.W.!lr:
completeLevel
ill
by:holdingstafforcommandpositionforoneyear,completeCLCCaptainJackMoraleeisourfeaturedmember
this
month.Jack
is
theSquadronFacilitiesEngi-neerandassistantFlightLineMaintenanceOfficerfor
1992_
Jackjoined
the
CAPbackin
1961
because
hewasinterestedin
the
promotionofGeneralAvia-tion.
Also,
hewas
tired
ofjust"flyingaroundthepatch".Buildingmodels
as
aboygothiminterestedinaviationandhe'snow
been
flyingforover32years.Experience,soimportant
to
success,iswhatJack
has
withover4.500hourstohiscredit,Rat-ings?Plentyofthese
too:
Commercial,Instrument.andA&P.Heowns
his
ownCessna210andkeepsittieddownandtheCAPIligfuLineattheLong
 
Squadron150MembershipAlertRoster
MARCH1991
AJerting
Officers:RussOwens,
Jim
Dible,UlandKolb
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