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CC-CAP SOUND OFF…….…..…..1 Upcoming Key Events.…..….....2 AWARDS, QUALFICATONS and PROMOTIONS…………..….….….2 ATTENTION PILOTS!!! STAN/EVAL CORNER: THE FAA WINGS PROGRAM…….……...….3 Group V and Texas Wing Cadet Activities on the Horizon…......4 Corpus Christi International Airport Gets new Director of Operations……………………………...4 Brahma Cadets attend a FACE/ STAR/GEAR UP Activity in Alice, Texas ………………...……….….....5 CC-CAP gets its Chance in the SKY!!!………………………………....6 93-year-old CAP subchaser Col. Henry "Ed" Phipps passes on...7 EVENTS DETAILS PAGE…….…8 BRAHMA FLIGHT LOG….....….10 CC-CAP Almanac………….…….11
CC-CAP SQUADRON SOUND OFF!!!
By Major Joe Ely Carrales, CAP Dear CAP Fellows, THE AIRCRAFT COMETH!!! Congrats to our aviators in CC-CAP Proper who have diligently worked to prepare the Unit to stand ready to use the CAP Aircraft in Mid-November. Thanksgiving will see us with lots to give thanks about, for that is the week where we will finally get everyone in the AIR!!! This is not a time to relax, however. No, in this opportunity we must show our fellow CAP officers that we are more than up to the task. That week, all aviators will need to be ready to fly. I cannot stress the importance of seeing things through, that will be the difference between having a successful unit or wallowing in stagnation. I should very much like to apologize for the size of last week’s Through the Air Over South Texas. Due to an abundance of unedited photos, the file size of the usual PDF was twice the size of most people’s e-mail quotas. I should like to thank 1st Lt James Colgan, CAP, Pennsylvania Wing Webmaster for showing me methods to mitigate that for future issues. Lets make this year end poised to make Squadron of Merit!!! I believe in US, so much so I wear two of them on the lapels of my service coat!!! -SEMPER VIGILANS!
WE MOURN THE LOSS OF OUR BROTHER AVIATORS … Let us dedicate our week with the aircraft to them, and be mindful of the obligation we have to safety. SEMPER VIGILANS!!!
Corpus Christi Comp Squadron
Upcoming Key Events and Dates
By Major Joe Ely Carrales, CAP SPECIAL DATES NOVEMBER 2007
Thanksgiving Day Thursday, 22 November 2007 CTEP/STEP Friday, Nov 23, 07 Camp Mabry, Austin, Texas
Major Joe Ely Carrales, CAP Squadron Commander
Lt Col Dawn King www.texascadet.org
DECEMBER 2007 SQUADRON LEADERSHIP SCHOOL Major Fidel Alvarado, CAP Deputy Commander
Saturday, Dec 1-2, 07 Kerrville, Texas Lt Col John Hunter
Monthly Report Flying Report, Vehicle Inspection, Usage Report. Capt Sandra Phelps, CAP Deputy Commander for Cadets
Saturday, Dec 1-2, 07
Group V Holiday Party Saturday, Dec 08, 07 Quarterly appointment letter FRO Submission Saturday, Dec 15, 07 Maj R Russell
2d Lt Monica Lozano, CAP Assistant Public Affairs Officer
VOLUME 3 Issue 46 13 November 2007
AWARDS, QUALFICATONS and PROMOTIONS AWARDS:
Arnold Achievement: C/A1C Bryce A Nix C/A1C Chelsie Skarda
P.O. Box 671 Premont, Texas 78375-0671 Through the Air Over South Texas is a weekly publication of the Corpus Christi Comp Squadron designed to provide the unit’s members as well as those of neighboring units. It also serves as the historical documentation of the SQUADRON. Additionally, it serves as a Civil Air Patrol almanac recording an documenting critical information for the use of Unit members. Submissions are welcomed. If you would like to contribute to this newsletter, please send your article to:
Curry Achievement: C/Amn Robert Beal C/Amn Christopher Carbajal C/Amn John Flores C/Amn Joshua Morris
UDF Team Member C/Amn Bryce Nix, CAP
C/A1C Bryce A Nix- To rank as per Cadet Program C/A1C Chelsie Skarda-To rank as per Cadet Program C/Amn Robert Beal- To rank as per Cadet Program C/Amn Christopher Carbajal-To rank as per Cadet Program C/Amn John Flores- To rank as per Cadet Program C/Amn Joshua Morris- To rank as per Cadet Program
THE FAA WINGS PROGRAM
The FAA has started a new Wings program. Pilots who participate in the program can use the Wings proficiency in lieu of the biennial Flight Review. The first step is to register at www.faasafety.gov. All you need is an email address to register. Assistance in registering can be found at https://www.faasafety.gov/WINGS/ documents/GettingRegistered.pdf. You will need Adobe Acrobat reader to view this file. After you have register you can create your wings profile based on you pilot certificate and ratings. Assistance in creating your Wings profile can be found at this link… https://www.faasafety.gov/WINGS/documents/WINGS_Quick_Start_Guides.pdf. Again you will need Adobe Acrobat reader to view the file. Once you complete the profile there is a 21 minute presentation to guide you though the process. You will need to complete required and elective knowledge courses that are non-flying courses and required and elective flight courses. The flight courses consist of area of operations from the FAA Practical Test Standards for you pilot certificate. An example would be 1 credit for the Private Pilot Practical Test Standards for Airplane 1. 2. 3. 4. Area of Operation IV, Task A: Normal and Crosswind Takeoff and Climb Area of Operation IV, Task B: Normal and Crosswind Approach and Landing Area of Operation IV, Task D: Soft-Field Approach and Landing Area of Operation IV, Task F: Short-field Approach and Landing
5. Area of Operation IV, Task L: Go-Around/Rejected Landing
For those that are not current I would suggest starting with the online course Flight Review Prep Guide. At the completion of this course you will receive a certificate and credit for one of the elective courses required for the basic wings. There are several online elective and required courses that tack a few minutes to complete. The program tracks your progress and you can easily see what is required to maintain currency. The main advantage of this program over the old program is that it encourages pilots to continue their aviation educational pursuits and requires education, review, and flight proficiency in the Areas of Operation found in current Practical Test Standards (PTS), that correspond with the leading accident causal factors.
Upon completion of your Form 5 you will be able to request credit to complete the flying requirement for the basic phase of the wings program. Registered flight instructors and FAA Safety team members can review your completion records and validate your flight training. The instructor that provides the training can also validate the information if they are registered on faasafety.gov. You will then be eligible to wear the FAA proficient pilot patch after entering the data on e-services. Remember, Corpus Christi Composite Squadron policy is that ALL pilot participate in the wings program. If you have questions please contact me at… email@example.com So all you pilots and instructors get with the program and register on at faasaftey.gov and stay up to date on the latest safety info. Happy flying!
Group V and Texas Wing Cadet Activities on the Horizon By Major Juan Arredondo, CAP
Squadron Commanders, Cadet Program Officers, and CAC There are quite a few cadet activities that are coming up within the next couple of weeks that every cadet in Group V should take advantage of. CTEP will be occurring at Camp Mabry in Austin on Nov. 23-25. Even though the registration deadline has closed, I feel our group should be well represented. The big one coming up is Winter Encampment at Camp Swift in Bastrop on December 26- 31. The staff deadline has past, however from what I have seen; there will be many members from the group on staff including the encampment cadet commander, C/Maj. Gus Rojas out of Lackland Cadet Squadron. Good luck to all staff members. The BASIC application deadline is on Dec. 1st. Please see the links below for application details. Last year we had a great turn out and I know this year will be even better. The encampment is one of the most rewarding programs a cadet can attend. http://www.texascadet.org/programs/activities/0712_winterencampment/index.html or go to Application Instructions at: http://texascadet.org/programs/activities/0712_winterencampment/application/ In addition to the encampment, the Brownsville Composite Squadron and Texas Wing Emergency Services will be hosting the Texas Wing Ground Team School in Brownsville also on the same week as the encampment. A basic course will offer qualifications in GTM3 and 2 and an advanced leader’s course will offer qualifications in GTM1 and GTL. The course will offer practical GT training in a real world environment. It will be an excellent opportunity to brush up on GT skills and receive initial GT qualifications and/or upgrades and renewals from your current qualifications. The entire course will be in the field with little to no “creature comforts”. Rain or shine, sun or “snow” it will defiantly test ones ability to survive in the wildest environment South Texas has to offer. I have attached the OPS PLAN which contains contact and application procedures. The course is open to both cadets (prior encampment) and senior members (Level 1 and Cadet Protection). Send inquires to: I am sorry for not e-mailing activity up dates sooner, but work Cadet Programs Officer has been a little crazy this school year. Despite that, I am available thru e-mail and over the phone (after 4:30 pm ) for any questions concerning Group V (956)755-9539 cadet programs. My special thanks go out to Capt. Brymer and Cadet Robert Adams for their work in organizing the CAC and the group rec day as well as Cadet Gus Rojas and the Lackland Cadet Squadron for the Group V ALS. This year has been a great one for Group V Cadet Programs and I am looking forward to a better year ahead.
Juan Arredondo, Maj. CAP
Corpus Christi International Airport Gets new Director of Operations
Corpus Christi, Texas—Fred Segundo is the new director of ops for the CRP International Airport. Mr. Segundo was formerly the assistant director at McAllen’s Miller International Airport and will assume his post on Monday. “Contact will be made,” said Major Fidel Alvarado Corpus Christi Comp Squadron Deputy Commander, “in the hopes that a meeting will take place between CC-CAP and the airport board of directors. This will require the work of several of our unit’s Staff officers to be successful. The objective is to get grants to make all of our wish lists a reality. The plan is to meet with Mr. Segundo early next week. Then later with the board of directors. 4
Brahma Cadets attend a FACE/STAR/GEAR UP Activity in Alice, Texas
By C/AB Melissa Bullard, CAP Cadet Public Affairs Brahma Cadet Flight TEXAS – On Tuesday, 6 November 2007 the Brahma Cadet Flight of the Corpus Christi Comp Squadron went to Alice, Texas to participate in a Fathers Active in Communities & Education, or FACE, activity. The activity was held at the 3rd Coast Squadron of the Commemorative Air Force. Cadets that attended included C/Amn Christopher CARBAJAL, C/Amn John FLORES, C/AB Joshua MORRIS, C/AB Dylan MORRIS, C/AB John GARZA and C/ AB Melissa BULLARD. The Ceremony also honored local veterans, including Memorial Middle School Assistant Principal and Friend Major J.E. Carrales stands with the Brahma Flight of of the unit Mr. Billy Watson. Cadets Flores, Carbajal and Bullard participated in the Corpus Christi Comp Squadron in Alice, Texas. (photo by Mr. Billy Watson) the ceremony by introducing Army Lt. Col Robert “Bobby” Borroughs, of the Texas A&M Kingsville Army ROTC detachment, who was there to explain a little bit about aerospace dimensions. After that cadets got to see a real “movie star,” only this movie star had wings, an engine and the incredible ability to fly. An aerobatic reenactment of a World War II dogfight was preformed using aircraft that appeared in the films Tora, Tora, Tora and Pearl Harbor. The cadets of the Brahma Cadet Flight attend Memorial Middle School in Kingsville, Texas and would like to thank everyone involved in making the activity a success as well a Major Joe Ely Carrales, CAP for taking the cadets to this rewarding educational experience. This is part of a larger initiative called the Texas Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) and Students TrainCadets witnessed an aerial display of prowess from meming for Academic Readiness (STAR), which are prord bers of the 3 Coast Squadron of the Commemorative Air grams designed to provide services and support to reach Force. (photo by C/AB Jonathan Garza) school districts with a high percentage of low-income and minority students. The program helps ensure the districts’ students are academically prepared to enter and succeed in postsecondary education.
ESSAY CONTEST ANNOUNCED
Any middle or junior high student may compete on the NASA 50th Anniversary Essay Competition. For details, visit -http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/5-8/features/F_Essay_Competition.html The Competition Opened on October 15, 2007 Notice of Intent* December 7, 2007 Final Entry Is Due on or Before January 7, 2008 Good luck! Arthur E. Woodgate, Capt, CAP Group III PAO, TXWG
CC-CAP gets its Chance in the SKY!!!
By Major Joe Ely Carrales, CAP Corpus Christi, Texas– Often times it is hard to pin point the exact start of significant events. I mean...when is the true start of the American Revolution? Is it the 4th of July in the year 1776? Or, was it when the first shots colonial minutemen made at Lexington and Concord were heard. Was it in 1763 when the French and Indian (Seven Years War) ended causing Americans to realize they didn’t need the British or was in 20 years later when the ink dried on the 1783 Treaty of Paris that forced the British to accept America as a nation of the world? I have similar thoughts about our latest exciting news. Some could say that Capt Dennis Bazemore’s email of 5 November 2007 where the good captain stated, “It looks like we have the use of a Cessna 172 from 17 or 18 November through 25 November.” I am, however, inclined to believe it began in late 2006 when we began a system of training and started outlining and following our goals. Training is being carefully planned for that week. Now is the time for all CC-CAP aviators to come to the aide of their Squadron’s aviation operations. The time is also at hand for our Cadets to fly. Between Corpus Christi and Kingsville there are some 18 Cadets that need to be flown. We are looking at where the cadets are in the syllabus will then need to schedule them. Time is available in the afternoon and on Saturdays. Cadets will be probed for their availability during that Thanksgiving Weekend. Looks like Capt Lunceford will do the bulk of the O-Flights with Capt Bazemore handling the CAP Officer trainings en re Form 5. Lt Col Donald "Chuck" Kowalewski, CAP-USAF Director of Operations for Group 5, TX Wing, confirmed the news the following day… “This email confirms Victoria’s (TX386) aircraft (N9510L) will move to Corpus Christi (TX026), on 17 or 18 November (weather permitting) to conduct training. The aircraft will return to TX386 by 25 November (also weather permitting). TX050 will cover the maintenance (hourly) fee for the ferry trips between the squadron’s bases. Other flights will be funded by members or through allotted funds based on mission type and wing authorizations.” We were also advised to remember to post in WIMRS appropriately and send Group V OPS a brief summary of your success at the end of the week! Lt Col Kowalewski ended with the ancient Roman motto Semper gumby, meaning “Always flexible.” The excitement continued later that evening at the usual meeting of the CC-CAP aviators at Signature Flight Support at CC International Airport. “We had a good meeting last night, “said Capt Jerry Lunceford, CC-CAP Safety Officer, “We planned the use of the aircraft during the period below. Dennis and John will go get the aircraft and then train in route back to Corpus. Dennis has quite a bit of instruction to do and is suggesting evenings for scanner, Form 5 kind of stuff. I’m going to concentrate on Cadet “O” flights. I think that first Saturday would be good, around noon if we can plan for the cadets to be at the airport. I can also do it Sunday afternoon. That will give us the next Saturday and Sunday to catch up on the rest. I could fly evenings too if Dennis doesn’t have anything scheduled.” Capt Lunceford also suggested that we might teach on a Tuesday meeting the first couple of flights and maybe some flight line marshalling while we’re out and let them practice as we taxi in and out. I should also like to echo the words of Lt Col Barfoot in a e-mail on 10 November 2007...
“We need to have a good showing on this opportunity or we may not get another aircraft! We need to show the Wing that we are motivated!”
A schedule for these activities will be forthcoming and will be sent out as an EXTRA along with a copy of the Cadet Orientation Flight Syllabus. Lt Col Barfoot needs these crew schedules by 14 Nov so he can put together a flight schedule. -SEMPER VIGILANS
93-year-old CAP sub-chaser Col. Henry "Ed" Phipps passes on
Sub-chaser historian Sr. Mbr. Roger Thiel: “This is a tremendous loss ... Ed Phipps was our most important anti-sub veteran" November 10, 2007 MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Ala. – Col. Henry "Ed" Phipps of Cockeysville, Md., a lifelong spokesman for Civil Air Patrol subchaser patrols, died Nov. 9. He was 93. Phipps joined CAP on the first day the organization was formed on Dec. 1, 1941. A member of the Maryland Wing, he flew subchaser missions out of Coastal Patrol Base 2 in Rehoboth Beach, Del. “This is a tremendous loss,” said Sr. Mbr. Roger Thiel of the Maryland Wing., an independent CAP historian. “Ed Phipps was our most important anti-sub veteran. He was a spokesman for CAP anti-sub patrol who made dozens of personal appearances.” Phipps was the featured anti-sub veteran in the History Channel’s segment on CAP subchasers that aired in November 2001. Thiel said Phipps organized reunions for Coastal Patrol Base 2 for more than 20 years, in addition to his work as a spokesman. “He remained an advocate of telling the story of CAP subchasers, and was planning a trip to Baltimore to speak to the Osprey Squadron just two days before his death,” Thiel said. National CAP Historian Lt. Col. Bill Schell said he has known Phipps since the 1940s. Both were members of the Baltimore squadron. “It kind of hits me hard because he gave me my cadet orientation ride in 1944,” he said. “At the time, I didn’t know he would become so famous.” In response to news of Phipps’ death, CAP Interim National Commander Brig. Gen. Amy S. Courter said, “Civil Air Patrol lost a bit of history today with the death of Ed Phipps. His enthusiasm for CAP’s missions never wavered during nearly 66 years of service. His loyalty and the legacy he leaves behind establish a record of volunteer service second to none.” At the time of his death, Phipps was one of the few living members of Coastal Patrol Base 2, which was based in Rehoboth Beach, Del., during World War II. “That leaves only three living subchasers – Eddie Edwards, Tom Cook and Maury Betchen,” said Schell. Funeral arrangements are scheduled for Nov. 19 in the North Baltimore area.
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November MEETING SCHEDULE for the Corpus Christi Comp Squadron November
Tuesday 13 November 2007– No Kingsville MEETING Tuesday 13 November 2007– Senior Meeting 1900 hrs SIGNATURE FLIGHT SUPPORT– CC International Airport/ Cadet Meeting 1900 hrs Coastal bend Chapter of the American Red Cross Thursday 15 November 2007- Kingsville Meeting 1600-1800 hrs CAP STATION KINGSVILLE Tuesday 20 November 2007– Kingsville Meeting 1600-1800 hrs CAP STATION KINGSVILLE Tuesday 20 November 2007– Senior Meeting 1900 hrs SIGNATURE FLIGHT SUPPORT– CC International Airport/ Cadet Meeting 1900 hrs Coastal bend Chapter of the American Red Cross Thursday 22 November 2007- Kingsville Meeting 1600-1800 hrs CAP STATION KINGSVILLE
Kerrville SQUADRON LEADERSHIP SCHOOL Details The Kerrville Composite Squadron will be hosting a SLS during the weekend of 1-2 December 2007. Any CAP member wishing to take advantage of this opportunity should contact Captain Chuck Seeber at... firstname.lastname@example.org
2007 TEXAS WING ENCAMPMENT Col ROBERT F. ELDRIDGE, CAP
The 2007 Texas Wing Winter Encampment will take place on Camp Swift, Bastrop Texas from 26 – 31 December 2007. Cadets who are attending an encampment for the first time will need to complete the application process as outline in the Operations Plan posted on the wing web page at:
http://texascadet.org/programs/activities/0712_winterencampment/documents/ ...or go to Application Instructions at: http://texascadet.org/programs/activities/0712_winterencampment/application/
All applications must in NO LATER THAN December 1st, 2007. Late applications will not be accepted.
LEFT: Major J.E. Carrales, then 1st Lt Sandra Phelps, then SM Monica Lozano and Cadet Phillip Lozano at the 2007 Texas Wing Conference in Austin, Texas.
RIGHT: “If you ever wondered, wondered what ever
became of me, I’m living on the Air in Corpus Christi...CORPUS CHRISTI KEYS.” Cadets Lozano and Villarreal with Capt Joe Pendergrast with BOB JONES on the 1440 KEYS MORNING SHOW. 8
BRAHMA CADET FLIGHT LOG
KINGSVILLE, TEXAS VOL 2 ISSUE 11 13 November 2007 “Tales of the Civil Air Patrol from the Heart of the Wild Horse Desert”
Second Wave of Brahma Cadets begin Advancing
Regular and longtime readers of this Almanac that have committed this this to their hard drives or printed it for some notebook compilation on a shelf can actually watch the development of the Brahma Cadet Flight from its being a mere musings to its first cadets to its first summer program. It began with six cadets, these are the first wave. Most of these cadets are now challenging the rank of Senior Airman. I am pleased to announce our second wave, those cadets that began their CAP career during the school year of 2007-2008, have begun to take on the stripes of the CAP Cadet program. Cadet Airman Robert Beal, Christopher Carbajal, Cadet Airman John Flores and Cadet Airman Joshua Morris were promoted to their rank this past week. To promote to this level a cadet must achieve the Major John F. Curry Achievement through completion of four taskings; 1) Cadet Leadership Chapter 1 Test, 2) Moral Leadership Activities, 3) Active Squadron Participation and 4) Cadet Physical Fitness Test. “I am always proud to promote cadets,” said Major J.E. Carrales, “it is a Squadron Commander’s singular honor to bestow such joy in Cadet Airman Robert Beal beCAP Members.” ing promoted by Alpha Flight -Semper Vigilans Commander C/A1C Bryce Nix.
(above) Cadet Airman John Flores and Christopher Carbajal (below) are promoted in the Memorial Middle School Library on 6 November 2007.
KINGSVILLE ALPHA FLIGHT Flight Commander: C/Amn Bryce Nix Flight Adjutant: C/Amn Chelsie Skarda Element Leader: C/Amn C. Carbajal C/Amn Celeste Resendez C/AB Sammie Watson C/AB Dylan Morris C/AB D. Fuentes Cadet Candidate Lidia Perez
BRAHMA CADET FLIGHT COMMAND Squadron Commander: Major Joe Ely Carrales, CAP Deputy Commander for Cadets: Capt Sandy Phelps Communications: Major Paul Treptow, CAP Testing Officer: 1st Lt John D. Hoelscher, CAP Cadet Flight Commander: C/A1C Bryce Nix Cadet Executive Officer: C/A1C Michael Beal Flight Admin: C/Amn Morgun Bedynek Flight Logistics: C/Amn Chelsie Skarda Flight Assistant Logistics: C/AB S. Watson Flight Safety: C/Amn John Flores Flight Public Affairs: C/AB Melissa Bullard Flight Protocol: C/AB Joshua Morris Flight Operations: C/Amn Christopher Carbajal Flight Communications: C/AB J. Garza Flight Aerospace: C/AB Dylan Morris
KINGSVILLE BRAVO FLIGHT Flight Commander: C/A1C Michael Beal Flight Adjutant: C/Amn Morgun Bedynek Element Leader: C/Amn J. Flores C/Amn J. Morris C/AB Emily Garcia C/AB M. Bullard C/AB Jonathan Garza C/AB C. Mumford Cadet Candidate Joe Longoria
Corpus Christi Comp Squadron Almanac
13 November 2007
CC-CAP GOALS—Forth Quarter 2007 Forth Quarter– All pilots, when qualified, will be required to fly 2 hours per month and attend monthly Stan/Eval meeting. The Primary Goal is to be mission Staging Area capable by First Quarter 2008 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7)
8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13)
FAA pilot proficiency (Wings Program) required for all pilots. In Progress 3 Pilots MP qualified–IN PROGRESS Capt D. Bazemore begins training. Be ready to host a Staging Area by 1 December 2007 Unit qualify as Form 4 CAP Pilots– IN PROGRESS, Lt Col J. B. Barfoot training/ TRAINING TO BE HELD IN CORPUS CHRISTI in 18-24 November 2007. 2 Additional Mission Scanners- IN PROGRESS, Training to begin 18-24 November 2007. 4 Additional UDF qualified CAP Officers/Cadets– In training, Cadets M. Beal, P. Lozano, S. Johnson and M. Bedynek have begun UDF training. C/A1C B. Nix qualified. Addition of 2 GT3 members– cadets attending GSARS will qualify in this as well as UDF Setup a Stationary COMM set up– Resolving Antenna Issues, work to begin at CAP STATION KINGSVILLE Squadron Winter/Christmas Banquet– IN PLANNING 13 DECEMBER 2007, MAJOR CARRALES is addressing this issue. 10 total cadets at Corpus Christi Proper– 4 currently Refine communication drills to test the hardware and train the squadron on use of equipment and proper communication protocols Identify and develop plans to setup land based communication needs for mission base located at Robstown Airport Bolster/Refine CISM– In progress, Lt Phelps has attended CISM Activity needs one more course Plan out Goals for all Quarters of 2008
CORPUS CHRISTI COMP SQUADRON EMERGENCY SERVICE RESOURCES AND UNIT STRENGTH by QUALIFICATON MEMBERSHIP Total Membership: 42 Level I membership: 19 CAP Officers: 21 Cadets: 21 Cadets with Curry Achievement: 12
EMERGENCY SERVICES Qualified GES: 21 Qualified OPSEC: 32 DEPLOYMENTS THIS QUARTER: 1 GROUND RESOURCES Urban Direction Finding: 8
Skills Evaluators: 11 SAR-EX: 0
Ground Team 3: 1
Ground Radiological: 1
AVIATON/FLIGHT OPS RESOURCES CAP Airplane Pilots: 2 CAP Command Pilot Rated: 1 FAA Wings Program: 2 Mission Pilots: 1 Mission Observers: 2 CAP Air Crews: 1, 1 in training Cadet Orientation Pilot--Grp 1: 2 Cadet Orientation Pilot--Grp 2 1 CAP Check Pilot - Airplane: 1 COMMUNICATONS Basic Communicators: 12
CAP Transport Pilot: 3 Mission Scanners: 7 Cadet Orientation Pilot - AFROTC 1 CAP Instructor Pilot - Airplane 1
Advanced Communicators: 1
Mission Radio Operators: 5
The new aircraft maintenances rates effective 1 March 2007. Cessna 172 rate is 30.00 Cessna 182 rate is 41.00 Gippsland GA8 rate is 37.00
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