Resources (FL376)



Mission Resources

 

MSA Duties in WMIRS G1000 Information Page
Airborne Photography
 

Collier - WebEOC Quick Reference Guide
 
 
L-TRONICS DF

 
 
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CAP Tip: Becker 517 / Rhotheta RT-600 Introduction


CAP Tip: Setting up a Route Search with Offset on the Garmin G1000


CAP Tip: Using FM radios in CAP Aircraft


SAR Refresher Part 1 of 3-16-FEB 2019.pdf

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SAR Refresher Part 2 of 3-16 FEB 2019.pdf

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SAR Refresher Part 3 of 3 -16 FEB 2019.pdf

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Garmin VIRB Camera Information

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Professional Development

Professional Development is the program whereby CAP develops its own leaders. It has five levels of progression, each ending with an award. That award, plus the specified time in grade, qualifies a member for promotion. The program operates parallel to specialties that a member picks as their method of contribution to the total CAP effort.

New members are required to complete Level I training before engaging in other activities. The last step in Level I is selection of a Specialty Track. This can be changed or added to later as the member gets involved in the Squadron's activities. The Specialty Track is usually the primary activity but most members have crossover activities. The new member will start training, either formal or on-the-job, in his/her Track and at the same time engage in whatever other activities they choose.

See complete details in CAPR 50-17

Links to professional development training:

Level I  https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/members/cap-university/level-1-orientation/
Level II https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/members/cap-university/level-ii-technical-training/
Level III https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/members/cap-university/level-iii-management/
Level IV https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/members/cap-university/level-iv-command-and-staff/
Level V https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/members/cap-university/level-v-executive/

If you have any questions please contact your
Professional Development Officer.

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Safety

 

Below are the Safety Briefings presented to the squadron at our meetings:

Miracle on the Hudson Jan 21 19 Safety.pdf

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Weight and Balance 5 Nov 18 .pdf

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VFR Into IMC - 1 Oct 2018.pdf

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CAP Safety Brief_4-2018-09-17.pdf

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Aviation Accidents, Nall Rpt101.pdf

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SAFETY BRIEFING 20 Aug 18.pdf

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AUG 2018 -1 Rogue Pilot.pdf

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Emergency Services

 Emergency Services

Growing from its World War II experience, the Civil Air Patrol has continued to save lives and alleviate human suffering through a myriad of emergency-services and operational missions.
 

 

Search & Rescue

Perhaps best known for its search-and-rescue efforts, CAP flies more than 85 percent of all federal inland search-and-rescue missions directed by the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center at Langley Air Force Base, Va. Outside the continental United States, CAP supports the Joint Rescue Coordination Centers in Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Just how effective are the CAP missions? Nearly 100 people are saved each year by CAP members!

 

 

Disaster Relief 

Another important service CAP performs is disaster-relief operations. CAP provides air and ground transportation and an extensive communications network. Volunteer members fly disaster-relief officials to remote locations and provide manpower and leadership to local, state and national disaster-relief organizations. CAP has formal agreements with many government and humanitarian relief agencies including the American Red Cross, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Federal Aviation Administration, National Transportation Safety Board and the U.S. Coast Guard.

 

 

Air Force Support 

It's hardly surprising that CAP performs several missions in direct support of the U.S. Air Force. Specifically, CAP conducts light transport, communications support, and low-altitude route surveys. CAP also provides orientation flights for AFROTC cadets. Joint U.S. Air Force and CAP search-and-rescue exercises provide realistic training for missions. 

 



 


Humanitarian Services 

CAP flies humanitarian missions-usually in support of the Red Cross-transporting time-sensitive medical materials including blood and human tissue, in situations where other means of transportation are not available.

 

 

Counterdrug

CAP joined the "war on drugs" in 1986 when, pursuant to congressional authorization, CAP signed an agreement with the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Customs Service offering CAP resources to help stem the flow of drugs into and within the United States.

 

CAP Shield



Ready for training? Go to the CAPNHQ website and read all about it
 

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Uniforms & Ribbons

Where can I buy those cool looking CAP uniforms? 


Follow this link http://www.vanguardmil.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=6

to the Vanguard Official CAP Uniform Store


* Click here to read the CAP uniform manual, 
CAPM 39-1, and all the National Commander Memorandums associated with its changes.
CAUTION: The uniforms pictured in the document NOT up to date. 

* Check out all the ribbons you can get for your progress and achievements:


Check the article Looking Sharp in CAP uniforms at the national CAP website
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Inspector General

Complaints,
Fraud, Waste & Abuse
The Inspector General Program

Introduction

Anyone who has a problem with a member of CAP ideally should try to resolve it at squadron level. Sometimes this is not possible, hence the necessity for an alternative method of resolution. If this is necessary, CAP has made it easy to contact the Inspector General confidentially. The links are available through this web page. See the table below.

Another purpose for the Inspector General program is to assist squadrons, groups, wings and regions in operating more effectively and economically by conducting inspections and requiring unit self inspections. If you would like to learn more about the Inspector General program, see the regulations CAPR 123-1, CAPR 123-2 and CAPR 123-3 at the web page address below.

https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/members/publications/indexes-regulations-and-manuals-1700/

Contacts, Information and Definitions
Fraud, Waste, & Abuse Website

Web address
http://members.gocivilairpatrol.com/
cap_national_hq/inspector_general/

Fraud, Waste, & Abuse e-mail send email to: fwa@capnhq.gov
Fraud, Waste, & Abuse Hotline Telephone number Call (877) 227-9142 and select option #4
Complaints Web Page

Web address
https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/members/cap-national-hq/inspector-general/complaints/

Complaints Definitions Web Page

Web address
https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/members/cap-national-hq/inspector-general/complaint-definitions/


 

SUI FL376 25Feb17 Final.pdf

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MICAP Forms

Marco Island CAP Forms

The purpose of this page is to provide quick and easy links for members to download forms that are used in every day CAP activities.
Be sure to go to the CAP HQ website if you need a form not listed on this page. All of the CAP regulations are on the CAP HQ website. 

To install Adobe Acrobat 10 Pro on your Windows computer and/or laptop, here is the link to download the application. 
https://goo.gl/WWZUKL  --  Download the Adobe Acrobat Professional 10.zip file and extract the files to a folder;
open the product key file AcrobatProXKey.txt; double click on the setup.exe file. 


SQUADRON REIMBURSEMENT FORM  IN    PDF    0R   Excel

This form is required anytime you spend money on behalf of MICAP.  Click on the link above, print a copy, fill it out, and attach your receipt.  Present this to the Finance Officer to receive reimbursement.


FLORIDA WING FORMS AND PUBLICATIONS 
  

Click here to go to the Florida Wing website that has a lot of CAP forms and publications, in various formats.


CAP FORM 9
 
New form 9 required to be filled out by any non CAP member who is about to fly in a CAP aircraft. As before these occurrences have to be approved by FLWing beforehand.


FORMS (Incident Command System) 
 

Use these forms during an incident at a command post


Emergency Information Data Form CAP 161 go to:

https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/members/publications/forms/

When signing-in at a mission, you will be required to produce certain personal documents. This same procedure will be used for all training missions as well. To prepare for training, please insure you have the required documents ready to present at sign-in.
These documents include: Your CAP ID card,


A current 101 card,

 
A current CAPF 161, (2 copies)



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Public Affairs

FL-376_MarcoIslandPublicAffairsPlan-2018.pdf
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