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Bernardino Senior Squadron S States Air Foree ALaiIliary, Civil Air Patrol
Base. California 92409
18, Charter 04387
USAF-Authorize Reimbunable Milliooa
B-10 CAP Form S and Form 91 flight cbecb
C 1 Trainin&'Proficiency FUghli
B-t Maintenance FUghli 0.3 Houn
Squadron 5 received aome weU-deaerYed recognition laat month in 6ndiD the miaiDg Cheyenne eoroute from Brown Field, San Diego to Big Bear. . ·find· repr:esenll a long hiatoty of bard wort and sacrifice by numerous memben the squadron. Our unit consistently ranb at or near the top in partidpatioo a ac:tuaJ and practice aearch miuionL We bad three airplanea and crews at Big Bear The CAP and local community appreciate your dedication and willingneaa volunteer your valuable time to tbia wortbwile cause. Eacb of you worting togetb aa 8 team are key to the suca:u of Squadron S and Civil Air PatroL Tbao.k youl The Cbeyenne wu found within 18 boura of ill lut radio caJl and within houn of the fint CAP aearch aircraft laundL While the aeardJ miuioo completed quickly and etncieotly, there are aeveral thougbll we should contin
B-t Squadron or bigher conference or meetinp 1.3 Houn TOTAL HOURS: 22.2
keep in mind for the future.
Be alert for the une:IpCCledJ The the SARSAT (Search and Reacue Sat.ellite) was the FLT that led the aircrew to the mean. you have available for locating the area as if you knew the target was there.
Cheyenne'. ELT was ,till operating bu hadn't picked up any tranImiaaiooa. I crub lite. Always use every tool
search objective. Search your allign
Be preparedl The time to hone your skills. pracdee crew coordination, it before the million. It takes c::ma time and effort but will pay off in effidenc:Y an aelf~dence that you did the beat job you could. Be orgBni7«f1 Eapecia1ly on an ELT Ie8CCb, you're going to be coDectin and aaaimilating a large amount of information aucb 81 aircraft altitude, headin position, target bearing and signal charad.eriatics. Being able to quickly an thoroughly interpret this information, once again, will pay big dividends in efficien and self-confidence in triangulating the ELT'. poaition.
At 1218 Mountain TIID February 23, 1992 in Duran Colo .. a 911 calJ reported aircraft trailing smoke an diaappearing behind a bill Th caller Celt certain that th aircnft had crashed, 10 fact, th Cardinal RG with (our 0 board, bad esperieoc:ed dramati engine failure, with engine blowing through the cowling an oil CCNering the windscreen minimizing fOlWBrd visibility. Th engine failure occurred climbout from Durango ...n-nnr.-. at about 900' AGL. Cootiouetl
My goal for the coming year it to beIp you impl"CJlVe your SAR capabill . you'U be 81 ready 81 poaible DCIl time the caD goea out for search Cl'eWI.
Civil Air Patrol aerospace education air and space matters. Over the past 30
programs help inform the public yean. CAP baa supported about
aeroepace education worbhops (or teachers and education off'tciala at more than coDegea and universities around the country. These programs have prepared "-~ 200,000 teachers to teacb aerospace education counes in their ac:booll or to enricbll the usual the usual clUlroom .ubjectL Other important aervioea offered aaaiatance in cunicu1um planning at aU IeYela and educational materiala for use teachers in their claarooma. Page #1 March 1992
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6" LTC Did Heilllu
6" a.pI.tiI :n. SpiIkr
Reading in Malachi 3:6 we find thiJ, -Por I th Lord God do not change, that is why you are still berel Por my me~ endures
By DOW all of you should be aware that have been major cbaogea to CAP Regulation ~l an CAP Manual S~15 (which is DOW CAP Rquladon S~15). The latest CAPR 60-1 is dated 2S January 1992 and dea with CAP Flight Management 11 preaaibes prima responsibilities for aU CAP pilots and commanders for th oootrol and management of Dying programs, aircraft an airtr'eWI. The new CAPR S~15. dated 1 January 1 COYen training for CAP Operational Miuiooa. regulation presaibea eoeeepts, policies and s1aDdardlil which govern the training and qualification of all superviaoty. ~ and flight pet'IOIlDd in accompliabmeot of CAP Operational MiuiODl. WithiD the last am mODths we have also major cbaoges in the Civil Air Patrol traioiog pro for missioD pilots and observora. These changes instituted by National Headquarters and are directive . nature. The California Wmg AdmioiltratiYe Proced Manual, CAWG Manual 11-1, was also compl cbaoged in October 1991. Por the relatively Dew people in our Squadroo, the cbaoges themscJves are oot as important as toowio bow the.e Dew regulations pertain to you and you training to become a qualified Emergency Servi member. For the older beads, we must identify uodentaod the cbaoges, and then operate under the D directiYa. Bvayooe mUll become thorougbJy with these two CAP regulationa. If you don't UDd~mdI something. ask questions at the meetings or give me calL 'Ibc pracdces, procedures and standards presc:ri in the regulations are mandatory. The objective is promote safdJ and provide effective and ItaoldarltliZcdl trainiDg programs. Squadroo 5 policy is that every pilot will have copy of the current CAPR 60-1 and perIOD going for an Emergency Services rating wiD their own copy of the new CAPR ~ 15. Thole of yo that ItiIl need a copy of either regulation should COD8 me at our Squadron meeting. Over the oeat severa months we wiD bold some spedalized training sessions the pertinent items io the.e rep. 10 please briog you copies to all of the meetings.
Today life is filled with 10 many activities that Wi have to be coostantly alert for coDltant cbaoges, W
gave ti be readt ti adbyatm adaotm abd sccomodate th changiog sibJatiODl. We must be always on the
whUe Dying by watclring for aU that is going on around us. We may wonder at times what is abead of us, or jus OYer the Den biD or around the nen mountain.
never changes and He is not fictle or moody. Hi. love •
steady. His bank indicator is alway on the level wbicb way we are beaded.
The Lord can aJwaya be depended
We, at times, may be sbaty. we may fed as if on egg sbeUs, or treading on thin ice. kind of feeling does not do much for ooes IeDJe stability.
God the creator is ·on the job.. He never II oever takes a vacation or days off or leaves of autK."""''' We can know that at any time, anywhere, under circumstances, we can call His name aDd be usured of instant audience with Him. Im't it great to know we a Lord who watches OYer His people and that be slumbers or sleeps. The following prayer was from Ignatius of Loyola, a rather of the early Church:
Teach us good. Lord,
to serve you as you deserve;
to give and not to count the cost; to 6ght aod Dot to heed the wounds; to toil and DOt to seek for rest; to labor and not to ask for any reward
except that of knowiDg that we do Your will,
through Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.
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Squadron S meets the tint three Tuesdays 0 month at Norton AFB, Building 534. Por turtbet1 ormation c:aII 714-795-1076 or 714-335-132S. "Squadron 5 News-
FUgbt tatJ with a NASA raean:h aira'aft are eIpIoring the potential of fiber optic IeDIOt'II in critical aircrat1ll Oigbt c:ontrol tyItems. Researcbers believe fiber optics will improve Oigbt control, engine performance and saf~.
Fiber optic:I have two potential advantages in Oigbt control systems. A ligbto(X)nducting fiber optic cable wei lea aod it IID8lIer than electrical copper wire. Fiber optic:a abo are immune to e1ec:trica1 interference caused by ligbblin radar aDd other ItroDg r.dio IOurceI that can disrupt • plane's eJecttooic control aystema. The fint NASA plaoe to fly with fiber optic ICIlIOI1I is the P-lS Highly Integrated Digital EJectronic Centro (HIDEC) aira'aft at Amo-Drydeo P1igbt Research FaciIitJ, Edwards. Calif. Initial Oigbm are evaluating the fiber opti IeDIOr tectmolo!y, iDItalIatioo methods aod bow the IeDIOl"I function in typic:al aeria1 maneuven. Two fiber opti.c IeDIOl"I - ODe to cbect. engine speed and another to gauge engine turbine e:maUit tempera - have been slHXellfuUy tested on the F-lS. The researcb is pan of the Fiber Optic Control System Integration progra managed by NASA's Lewis Re.ean:b Center, CJeve1and. The program is jointly funded by NASA and the U.s. N8\Y' Naval Air Systems "Our nat step it to Oigbt teat multiple fiber optica on our P-l8 Systeml Research Aira'aft," said Belaette, F·l8 Project Manager. "00 that airplane, researcben already are inataUing fiber optic cables to 10 ICDIOn tha we apec:t to test by the fa1J of 1992 The aenaon will monitor aircnft surface poaitiona, pilot stick ioputJ, tempera air preuure and note wbeeI .leering." Bendix Bllgine Control DiviIion of Allied Signal Aen.pace Co., South Bead, Ind., developed seoaor. The engine temperature aemor WIll produced by Coou BuffaJo Corp., Buffalo, N.Y. the engine •
If CPT Jo. Mqcn
JanU8l')"s AE meeting wu a ~deo called 'To Gun Jeta.. 1biI video induded rootage of many of mOlt modern jet&. It abo presented some of ID8DueYerI used by many of the precision military teams of the wodd.
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you didn't attc:od Pcbnwy's Aero. presentation by LTC Beran, you misled a evening. Colonel Beran is the Chief Nsviga AFB. His audio-wuaJ program induded alid which sbowed bow MAC meets 1m mission 0 mcNiog lrOopI and IUppIiea auywbere in the world. special thanb to CoIooe1 Beran for taking time out of busy acbeduJe to addraa our Squadron.
If Education ioter'elting at Norton and videot George svailable will be needing There will be a Corporate Learning Coune AFB on March 21 and 22. Billeting will on March 1A) and 21 The fee for the cou $25.00. InItructon are allo needed. to take the CLC should see me about applicati information. The deadline for application is Marcb 9.
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Don't forget to bring any Aerotpace Educatio related information to meetings and abare. 'Ibia migbt news articles, meeting dates of interest, people you who will abare their aperiencea etc, MOlt of all, I' interested in your ideu. Please let me know if there some IUbject you would lite to learn more about. -squadron 5 NeWSPage #3
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Our flight reIeue officen (FRO) hive chan due to changes in CAPR 60-1. For ccxpon aircraft acbeduJing our PROt hive _goated windoM 0 reapoaaibility. The primary FRO baa IOie responsibility ~ maintaining the corporate aircraft lChedule, unJea be'll out of tow and patel the duty to the alternate. recently
to come apart. - No IimitatiOOI
~ aU inIpoctiODI were pcd'ormed. the BirCralII performed II apec:ted. - The engine WIll comparatively new rebuild and bad bad aD inapectioa , the previouI SO boun of operatioD. - Later .... mica . Ibowed that the dearing wu the only place they hive gone and IUMwJd. - From the time of aplOIion to (our grateful people ItaDding in the IDOW was lea than ODe minute.
Oearl)', the IW'YiYaI of these individuals caD attributed to diviDe pnMdeoce aDd IOIDe outItaDdin airmanIbip. 'Ibae were virtuaUy no optiooa open to . pilot. Bw:ry deciIioa be made from the time of aploeiOD to the crab landing bad to be immediately and bad to be ezac:tIy correct. There DO margin for error. Fortunately, the paaengen in Cardinal picked the right 1Pi to fly witb. Had delayed his turn or any other decilioo, they would periIbed.
LT BiD Cheesman
Alternate , weetdayI
LTC Diet Heitman CPT Jeff DierbeD
Plight reJcues for mcmber-owned airaaft may obtaiDed from any FRO at any time. Flight release an scheduling of the corporate aircraft for USAF auth . miuiona may aIao be givaJ by any FRO aince that type miuion Iaba precedeocc over any other type of flying. wont of caution though. the alternate FRO may not aware of corporate airaaft airworthioeu. If you get flight releue from other than the priowy FRO for USAF miuion, you may find wbeo you get to the ban that the airplane is in the Ibop for maiDteDaoce or is X'd" .. unfIyabie. We'll do our best to ensure all FR the ltatul of the c:orpomte aircraft, but that may no atnya be pouible. Lady, plan your Oighta well in adYaJlJCCI to give youneIf enough time to contact the scheduler.
When we fly we are faced with nUDJerO cboic:es that caD ultimately hive dramatic impact oe 0 future. Bach dec:iliOD we make caD either add to aJIbion of safety or dettac:t from it DeciIiooI reprdin weight and balance, fuel management, cbaIIenge _IY'!IIII still, aperience and training level, eYeD or perba more importantJy, the 'lPlno 'IP c:IeciIioo mUll be k>OItedli at II tbough your life depended on it Bec:au.e it Bvezytime an element of safety iI overlooked, igDOlreclll or compromised a door bas been closed that may you your life. To wind up, my fint article II Safety Officer, would uk you to take .t.ock of your Dying babir., a quiet gut cbec:t. Have you slipped into aome praed that couJd become COItly? Are you trained for th Oying you do? Can you be safer? 1bia squadron bas outItaDding safety record, unblemilbed for the 2S of ita elisteDc:e. BYaytime we fly on a miaioo, we 8 dealing with the results of doors that closed an airpIanca that were Jolt. We ~ a duty to be II aU .. is bmn8cly ~"'e. Some other facta that are pertinenL Th indMdual in the .... mple W8I an active duty, IUI_hIuII trained USAF pilot. He baa apptwimately 2,500 bo m<»tIy in fightea induding the double ugly A-tO. apedenc:e and training obYioualy weighed heavily their survival. Equally obvious is the fact that hi judgement and atiU made the difference. This pilot . currently assigned to the BURO-NATO Joint Jet Pilo Training at Sheppard AFB II an inltructor. Incidentally the piJot, Capt Bryan K. Knight is also my brother.
telt pilot &ott control of biI plyw over Beverty Hilla, California and plowed into eighborbood, damaging a few bOUJeL The test piJo HOWL"\i Hughes.
The pilot bad e.perienc:ed a nonDal preflight. up and the initial dimbout pYC DO iDdic:atioo of tbiop come. After the ezpIoIioo. the pUot '""",..,iltely tunledl bact to the 6eId but quietly rea1ized that be could mate it With limited visibility due to the oil lVYU_rtl wiodIcreen, the pilot and copiJot tcarclled for • plac:e put the airplane down safely. The only remote hope in tree covered mountainOUI teml.in, WIt • small ttee-lined celt to a boule. The pDot dumped flaps and gear II b made for the IID8I1 dearing. AI. be came to the edge 0 the lot be .... a reocepost and .truck. It in the bopes 0 maging the fence and slowing his momentum .. beaded for the trees on the other .ide of the lot He th slipped IIightJy, dipping biI right wingtip into the mow c:aUling the wing to bounce up driving the left wingti down pivoting the aircraft around finally coming to a rea on the remaiDi of the gear which bad Dever bad time fuUy eIleDd. After getting eYer)'01X quickly out of airplane be W8I delighted to find that there were injuries, though the airplane wu totaled.
'Ibia epiIode grapbically poinu out IeVel'aI thin that abould be of special concern for those who fly. In eample, there WIt DO warning wbatlOeYer that the engin
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The 1992 NortoD
Flying at Nortoo," featura
Air Show it let COl" Saturday, March 28. 'IbiI year. ebow, tbemed "Celebrating SO yean the US Air Poeee 'lbunderbirda aerial demooetratioo team, aIooS with • variety of air
The 'lblJlJdabirde' performance prcMdeI the public a chance to tee top Air Peeee pilote aod their P·16 Pightin PalCODl iD ac:tioa while IUppOrtiog rcc:ruitin& morale aod reteDtioo objecdYea of the Air Porce. -We're very e:lCited about introducing the P·l6C, ·AIthou
..,. Lt. CoL Dan DameU. COIDIII8DdeI'/IeacJer'.
Ow!r the mountaiDI and desert jOlt north of Nevada there'. • place where a SfOUP of peopI COIJItaDtIy IIrive to do their belt. Their miaioo it limply reptc:aeot the US Air Porce, but the bebiD' cJ.tIlte«:aH~ taIb aaodated with miaioo accompIiebmeDt " anythins bu
the A-model terYed UI well throupout nine IeaIOOI, were the lilt adiYe-cluty unit to mate the twit.cb to CmodeI. But will ItiIl lee the red, white, and bI jea perform the II8IDe tiDd of e:lCiq demonetration American airpower ••
They are the Thunderbirdl, aod their ItaF " baed at Nellil Air Foeee ~ Nrc:vaws.. they're rarely home. But that ableoce meaDI tnweIing from major cities to IID8JI t.orrmI-pIacs AmeriC8DI caD tee, 6nt.~ what their Air Foree it about
And that performance is limply a cIaDoaItratioo of Air Foree 6sbter pilot traiDin HOMMIr', behind the pilots .tand 130 eolieted oeooldl perfODDins in more than 30 different Air Peeee C8[IeetI fiddI. Their dedication • evident in the fact that more thaD 39 yean. the team .. new:r c:anceBed performanc:e due to maintenaDa! clif6cuJtieI.
The lilt of <:reditl for each .ucceafuI
'Ibese regular, U08IIuming airmen baYe 1r8Il1lPO~ their miuioo into aerial demooItratiooa. And operatiooe t.ec:hniciaDI to 8YioaJc::a eaperU to fisbter • their miaioo it alto a etory of ezeIlence, Mlf-motivatioo, commitmeot aod atteot.ioa to detail. etory of the U.s. Air Foree is mirrored in the story of US Air Demomttatioo Squadroo, 'lbunderbirda. 'lbeir dedication it .. intcme .. the aft.er·bumen their P·16 FlgbliDg Palc:ooa. Wbeo their taientl combined with the abeer power of thie £rootlioe 6sbter, legeod of their namesake comet to ute. The 'Ibuoderbirc:l legend was derived from N American Iodiaoe who believed in an a1J.tnowing . capable of buriiog thuodcrboltl from bit place in the tty Aoc:ieot clraMnp depicted the 'lbunderbird 81 a bu creature, with features raemblinS thole of the eagle aD bawt, and colored in red, white, and blue.
100& bowYer, bigblisbtins thie year'. cut, aod in bit year 81 commancler/leader, is CoIooeI DameJI. of YID Yqinia. 00 bit left win& and alto in bit rookie year . Capt. Jeff rocbdIe, from Laa Vepa. CompIetiDs
diamood formatioD and in their eecond teaIODI are fisb wingmen CapL Lennie Coleman, of Savanoab, Ga., aD slot, Capt. Paul StrictIand, of Trabuco Cauyoo, Calif.
Lead eoIo Capt. DsYe Coftman, Jac:booviIIe, PIa., it in bit IeCOIld eeuon. while Oart -suet"' Ragen. a Tampa, PIa. natiYe, is oppc»ing eoIo in his fint year on the team.
This legend bas tbrM:d since 1953, when the Foree created a jet demooetratioo team to ebow Am""';" what the Dew branch of eervi<:e W8I all about.
In 199Z, the 'lbuDderblrde continue that 81 they present their ninth different type aircnft-tbe F·l6C. Since Aoguet 1982, the team Oew th A.mocIeI of the Pisbting Palcon aod although IDOIt Cans DOt be able to diItioguilb the pbyIicaI differeocea. CmodeI Is an intemaUy upgrac:led, 2ht-<:eotury £roo fighter.
Maj. Scott Andenoo, naWe, is the team'. JogiItica CbambIia, from 0Yer:Iand Part, narratOl". Capt. Marc Paquette, the team'. maintenance officer. te8IOD with the team. Capt. Port Chartotte, PIa., home is aod begiDI bit third Ie8IOD with
a BrootIyn Part, M' officer' and Capt. Kan., it the 'Ib,unOerbU:dI of Montreal, Canada, . AU are in their eecx)lJdl
Joe LaMarca. wbo
the public aff.ain ofIic:u the team.
But eYeD before the ainbow JeUOD begiDI • March when they travel a1moet non .. top until November the 'lbuoderbirdJ IDUIl .pend four CODJeCUtMD montbJ bome-a time when the boon get longer, and the grow in number. The 'lbuoderbirde call it trainin
and it'. grueling. -Jt'. a lot of wort. foe member of this team,.' aye CoIooeJ DameO, ~ you never bear a wilDper bec:auee we all mow It pays off November, when the 39th ainbow te8IOIl it complete.·
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