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					MISSION CHECK PILOT TOOLS




     Lt. Col. Dave Moruzzi USAF (Ret.)
    Director of Operations Florida Wing CAP
           BRIEFING KEYS

• Training, before Checking

• Available CAP Resources

• Other GEMS that are available

• Being prepared
          GETTING STARTED IN CAP OPERATIONS
                & EMERGENCY SERVICES
          [URBAN DIRECTION FINDING (GROUND)]
        [SCANNER, OBSERVER, MISSION PILOT (AIR)]


First: Level One Training

• Level I training can be completed on-line at www.cap.gov/one
• Contact the Squadron Emergency Services Officer and
  complete a CAP Form 100

Second: Study Emergency Services regulations

• Once you have a CAP ID card, go on-line to www.capnhq.gov
• Click on: CAP PUBS & FORMS in the left column
• Click on: INDEXES, REGULATIONS AND MANUALS
• Every member should print out and study: CAPR 60-3
  Emergency Services Training and Operational Manual
• Pilots should also print out and study: CAPR 60-1 CAP Flight
  Management, including any CAP Southeast Regional and CAP
  Florida Wing supplements which, if they exist, may be found at the
  Florida Wing web site http://flwg.us/
Third: Take the online ES exams

• Go to: www.capnhq.gov
• Click on: CAP ONLINE EXAMS in the left column
• Click on: CAP 116 pt 2 (ICS 100)
• Select: PLEASE CHOOSE for the ES-116 and ES-117 exams
• Take the six exams and print out each certificate




• Bring the copies of the completed certificates to the Squadron
  Emergency Services Officer. (keep copies in your own folder)


Fourth: Contact the Squadron Communications Officer for radio
procedures, training and a radio operator’s card.
   Fifth: Read and understand your Squadron’s Standard Operating
   Procedures.
    At this point, UDF, Scanner and Observer training may begin.
            Pilots should also complete the next two steps.
 Sixth: Read CAPR 60-3, page 11, para. 2-3a, concerning “Individuals
 in temporary membership…:
 •     …are not eligible for liability coverage…
 •     …may not participate in any flight activities…”
 • NOTE: To participate in ground or flight activities, a new
   member must:
      (A) have completed Level I and CCPT,
      (B) have his permanent CAP ID card
      (C) be in proper uniform.
 Seventh: Return to the Florida Wing web site at http://flwg.us/ and
 find Operations, Stan/Eval, Miscellaneous, How to be a CAP Pilot.
 When you are ready to fly, contact the Operations Officer and any
 of the squadron’s instructor pilots and start your check-out.

Once checked out in the CAP aircraft, Mission Pilot training may
begin. NOTE: The Mission Pilot must first be rated as Scanner.
ADDITIONAL SOURCES

   http://www.cap-es.net/

              National Emergency Services Academy


   https://ntc.cap.af.mil/ops/dot/

              CAP Operations Training


    http://www.au.af.mil/au/afiadl/

              Air Force Institute for Advanced Distributed Learning


    http://atg.cap.gov/
              CAP Advanced Technology Group
        MAPS ON-LINE
Goggle Earth       Property
                Appraiser’s GIS
GRID 199C
                175


     198        199       200


            A         B




            C         D




                223
       COMPARISON
Google Earth    GIS
GRID 199B
                175


     198        199       200


            A         B




            C         D




                223
GRID 199B
   7.5 MINUTE GRID / 1 MILE PARALLEL TRACKS

       081o22.50’ LON.
                                            One
                                            Minute
                                                           START TURN
                                                         081o16.00’     LON.
                                                                                                      GRID 199B
                                            Lon.
                                                                                       26o00.00’
                         25o59.50’ LAT.                                                        LAT.

                                                           25o59.00’     LAT.




    One                  25o58.00’                                                      One
                                     LAT.
    Min.                                                                                NM
    Lat.
                                                            25o57.00’    LAT.




                         25o56.00’   LAT.




                                                           25o55.00’     LAT.




                         25o54.00’   LAT.
                              START TURN

                            081o21.50’ LON.
                                                           25o53.00’     LAT.
25o52.50’
       LAT.




                                                                                081o15.00’   LON.
                                 GRID # 199B
                                                                         = CSP
     Entry = 117o Mag,                      A        B
     23 nm from APF

                                        C            D
EXPANDING SQUARE
CSP 26o18.0’N, 081o24.0’W
THE GEOMETRY OF AN EXPANDING SQUARE
                               160 sec




                   1/2               80       1/2
                   NM                sec      NM



                               20
                               sec

120 sec   40 sec

                         CSP               1 NM     80 sec




                            40
                            sec




                          120 sec
             GEOMETRY OF THE                    EXPANDING SQUARE
             EXPANDING SQUARE                   (on cardinal headings)




    ½ nm
    20 sec
                     1 nm


                              ½ nm
    2 nm      1 nm   ½ nm     20 sec
    80 sec           20 sec
                              1 nm
                              40 sec

    ½ nm                      ½ nm
    20 sec                    20 sec




AT 90 KNOTS:
• you fly 1 nm every 40 seconds
• A standard rate turn has a 0.5 nm radius
• A standard rate turn has a 1 nm diameter   CSP Lat.___________________
                                                 Lon.___________________
    OIL WELL




CSP 26o16.75N, 081o20.50W
                                            SECTOR SEARCH PATTERN
                      90 KTS,   60O   BETWEEN LEGS, 3-MILE PATTERN, INITIAL HEADING 360O




                                                        LEG 2
                                                    120O FOR 1:20
                                                                           SEARCH PATTERN HEADINGS
                                        LEG 1                                  AND TIME CHART
                                    360O FOR 1:40
                                                                                  3 miles pattern
                                                                          Leg   Hdg.   NM     time   turn
                     LEG 6 & 7                                                                       time
                   120O FOR 3:20                          LEG 3 & 4
                CORRECT FOR DATUM                       240O FOR 3:20
                                                     CORRECT FOR DATUM     1    360    2.5    1:40   :40
                                                                           2    120    2.0    1:20   :40
    LEG 5
360O FOR 1:20                                                             3-4   240    5.0    3:20   :40
                                                                           5    360    2.0    1:20   :40
                                                                          6-7   120    5.0    3:20   :40
                                                                           8    240    2.0    1:20   :40
                                    LEG 9
                                360O FOR 1:40                              9    360    2.5    1:40   :40
                             CORRECT FOR DATUM

                                                             LEG 8
                                                         240O FOR 1:20




                 CSP 26o16.75N, 081o20.50W
      DON’T LEAVE YET !!
       THERE’S MORE !!
 IS EVERYONE

GETTING HUNGRY?
New Member CD       Getting Started Briefing

          First Step
       Level 1 Training      Read Me First                                      Mission Pilot
                                                                                 Briefings

         Second Step
       Emergency Services            Read Me First          01 – Principles    02 – Mission Pilot   03 – Understanding
                                                                   of              Review &              the Becker
                                                             Air Navigation     Navigation Skills
                Mission Pilot
                Training Disc         Read Me First



                       CAP Grid to            Consolidated              Mission Pilot     Mission     CAP Notebook
                       Stndrd Grid       Mission Pilot Check List      Training Slides     Grid         Contents
                         Briefing           C-182T N159CP                343 slides       Blanks         Page


                Scanner-Observer
                  Training Disc             Read Me First                         This unofficial CD was
                                                                                  designed to assist the new
                             Msn Scanner          Scanner         Observer
                                                                                  CAP member in preparing
                              /Observer           Briefing         Briefing       for Operations & Emergency
                              Check List         325 slides       311 slides
                                                                                  Services Missions for America.

       The Next Step        MIsc. CAP Files                                       Dave Moruzzi
                                                                                  Lt. Col. USAF (Ret.)
       MIMS Book                Bus. Card             S.O.P.s                     FLWG CAP
                                                                                  Director of Operations
That’s All
 Folks!
ANY QUESTIONS ?!?

				
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