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					      AIR FORCE JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS

        AEROSPACE AND TECHNOLOGY
              HONORS CAMPS

       University of New Mexico
                  and
            Kirtland AFB

                                                    KIRTLAND
             The University of New Mexico
                                                    AFB NM
         ___________________________________



                              11-16 JUNE 2006



                      LT COL DAN EDDY, CAMP COORDINATOR
                 MS. NAOMI MITCHELL, CURRICULUM COORDINATOR

        AFJROTC— “Developing citizens of character dedicated
UNM           to serving their nation and community”         KIRTLAND
                                                                AFB NM
          AFJROTC AEROSPACE AND TECHNOLOGY HONORS CAMPS
         UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO AND KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE



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                                                  CAMP OVERVIEW AND POCS
SUNDAY                             MONDAY             TUESDAY                      WEDNESDAY              THURSDAY                FRIDAY
                                   UNM Welcome/       Group A - Rocket Car         Group A – West Mesa    Directed Energy         Movie- “The
                                   Overview           Demo & Construc              Aviation                                       “Fighter Pilot”,
                                   UNM Academic       Group B – West Mesa          Group B – Rocket Car   AF Research             Visit UNM Book
Morning                            Programs           Aviation                     Demo & Construc        Laboratory Space        Store
                                                                                                          Vehicle Directorate     Out-Process
             Arrival &             UNM Academic       Group A – 150th Fighter      Group A – West Mesa    B/G Anita Gallentine
             Orientation           Program (Cont’d)   Wing/ STARBASE               Aviation               &                       Departures
Afternoo                                              Group B – West Mesa          B – 150th Fighter      Space and Missiles
n                                                     Aviation Visit ROTC          Wing/STARBASE/Visit    Systems Center (Det
                                                      Detachment                   ROTC Detachment        12)
             ROTC/USAFA            Orienteering       President’s                  Low Ropes              Awards Banquet
             Commissioning                            Challenge(PT)/Recreati                              Rocket Car
Evening      Sources/Scholar-                         onal activities (Softball)                          Demonstration
             ships Team                               &Pizza –Ice Cream
             Building Activities                      Social
             & PT
POC’s Title or Department                             Name                         Phone Number           E-Mail
AFJROTC Camp Coordinator                              Col Steve Jones              334-318-2515           Stephen.jones@maxwell.af.mil
AFJROTC Camp Coordinator                              Lt Col Dan Eddy              334-953-9488           Daniel.eddy@maxwell.af.mil
                                                                                   (Cell 318-2500)
AFJROTC Director                                      Col Norm Balchunas           334-953-7513           Norman.balchunas@maxwell.af.mil
AFJROTC Deputy Director                               Mr Greg Winn                 334-953-4645           Greg.winn@maxwell.af.mil
AFJROTC Asst Camp Coordinator                         Maj Elizabeth Fallon         937-727-3410           Elizabeth.fallon@wpafb.af.mil
AFJROTC Asst Camp Coordinator                         Capt Tabitha Stump           334-318-1099           Tabitha.stump@maxwell.af.mil
Contracting POC                                       Ms. Barbara Dobbins          334-953-6776           Barbara.dobbins@maxwell.af.mil
Camp Commandant                                       LTC Diane Kihlstadius        701-361-3508           ND-041@afjrotc.net
Curriculum Coordinator                                Ms. Naomi Mitchell           334-953-4978           naomi.mitchell@maxwell.af.mil
UNM AFROTC Det 510 PAS Det Commander                  Lt Col Gregory Tuite         505-277-4502           tuite@unm.edu
Det 510 Recruiter                                     Judy Ortiz-Aragon            505-277-4502           M43058@unm.edu
Det 510 Unit Admissions Officer                       Maj Kenneth                  505-277-4502           Thalmann@unm.edu
                                                      Thalmann
Det 510 Commandant of Cadets                          Maj Steven Perry             505-277-4502           smperry@unm.edu
Wing PA (Kirtland)                                    Jill Speake                  505-846-4239           Jillian.speake@kirtland.af.mil
PA for AFRL/DEO                                       Rich Garcia                  505-846-4583           Juventiono.garcia@kirtland.af.mil
PA for AFRL/DEO                                       Eva Blalock                  505-846-6315           eva.blaylock@kirtland.af.mil
Recruiting Office, 150th FW (Kirtland)                MSgt Tracie Pope             505-853-7025           Tracie.pope@nmkirtland.ang.af.mil
Director of Special Programs                          Tim Gutierrez                505-277-3096           tgutierr@unm.edu
Assoc Dir (food & dorm services)                      Debbie Baness King           505-277-3096/98        dbaness@unm.edu
Lodging, food, & room reservations                    Dennis Weber                 505-277-5896           dwweber@unm.edu
Sr Student Prog Advisor (Debbie’s asst)               Mandie Pritchard             505-277-3192/0401      pritchm@unm.edu
College Prep Programs, UNM                            Charles Vopalka              (Cell 505-321-3127)    cvopalka@unm.edu
College Prep Programs, UNM                            Derek Maestas                (Cell 505-321-5893)    demaes@unm.edu
Dir Multicultural Engineering Program                 Steven A. Peralta            505-277-1417/7150      speralta@unm.edu
UNM Math/Humanities Department                        Donna George                 505-277-5250           dgeorge@math.unm.edu
UNM Physics and Astronomy Dept.                       Beth Walker                  505-277-1516           bwalker@unm.edu
Research Assoc Prof, Robotics                         Dr. Nader Vadiee             505-277-1200           manimar@unm.edu
UNM Chemistry Department                              Professor Brabson            505-277-9837           gb6s@unm.edu
Bodie Aviation – Double Eagle Airport                 Dave McVinnie –              505-884-4530           bodechiefcfi@aol.com
                                                      Chief Flight Instructor
Bodie Aviation - Double Eagle Airport                 Mike Petrofes                505-235-7493 (Cell)    mikep@where2fly.com
Kirtland Air Force Base                               Phone numbers                505- 846=dsn 246       kirtland.af.mil
Liaison to Wing CC/ 377 LRS                           2d Lt Chris Martagon         505-846-4605           Christopher.martagon@kirtland.af.mil
Regional Director of Admissions                       Capt Keith                   940-565-2075           klinenberger@unt.edu
                                                      Linenberger
STARBASE LaLuz Academy – Kirtland AFB                 Michael Smith                505-853-8110
Space Vehicles Directorate- Kirtland AFB              Connie Rankin                505-846-4321           Connie.rankin@kirtland.af.mil
Space Vehicles Systems Center                         1Lt Angie Blackwell          505-846-0940           Angie.blackwell@kirtland.af.mil
Mobilization Asst to Dir Logistics, Scott AFB         B/G Anita R. Gallentine      386-252-0150
Mountain View O’Club Food Service                     Janet Grossklass             505-846-1746

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                                                                                              KIRTLAND
                                                                                               AFB NM
UNM
               AFJROTC AEROSPACE AND TECHNOLOGY HONORS CAMPS
              UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO AND KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE
                                           11 - 16 JUNE 2006

  INSTRUCTOR ARRIVAL DAY: SATURDAY, 10 JUNE 2006 (STAFF ONLY)


  1200-1700      Staff Check-in at the Hokona Hall, Bldg 58, 2700 Campus Blvd., N.E.) Park in the dorm
                 parking lot located at the address above.

                 ●   Receive room assignments and keys
                 ●   Welcome package
                 ●   Parking passes/locations
                 ●   Schedule
                 ●   Welcome letter
                 ●   Student listing
                 ●   Rules of engagement
                 ●   Student arrival and Departure schedules
  1730-1800      Dinner delivered from Saggio’s Pizza at Student Resident Center (Bldg 89, 2700
                 Campus Blvd., N.E.) (POC Charles Vopalka/Derek Maestas, College Prep Programs,
                 505-321-3127/5893)
  1800-2030      Dinner: Staff roundtable intro; discuss master schedule, students demographics,
                 arrival/departure schedules, expectations/hazards, emergency contacts, ROEs




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UNM                                                                                             KIRTLAND
                                                                                                  AFB NM
              AFJROTC AEROSPACE AND TECHNOLOGY HONORS CAMPS
             UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO AND KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE
                                           11 - 16 JUNE 2006
 ARRIVAL DAY: SUNDAY, 11 JUNE 2006
 0930       Commercial bus in place at Albuquerque Airport (2 staff members in place in airport luggage area)
 1000-1130      Flying cadets arrive and board bus
 1130-1200      Bus departs to University of New Mexico, Student Residence Center (SRC) (Bldg 89), 2700
                Campus Blvd, Dorm Parking Lot
 1130-1145      Staff arrival at Student Residence Center (SRC) (Bldg 89)
 1200-1400      Approximate time all cadets should arrive (flying and driving) at Hokona Hall, University of New
                Mexico (Bldg 58)
 1200-1445      Check-In at Hokona Hall (Bldg 58), 2700 Campus Blvd. N.E.)
                ***CATERED LUNCH AVAILABLE***
                ● Welcome Package                   ● Room assignments/Issue keys (Santa Clara Dorm, Bldg 61)
                ● Student Departure Schedule        ● Student safe arrival notification to guardian(s)
                ● PT shirts (2 ea)                  ● Informal Meet & Greet between Staff & Cadets
                ● Cadets set up rooms & Change into PT uniform
 1445-1500      March to Dane Smith Hall, Room 125
 1500-1645      Cadet Briefings - (Unique program at their school)

 1645-1730      ● Welcome/Orientation (POC Camp Commandant) (Student Union Building, 2nd Floor)
                ● Discuss Purpose of Camp/Expectations ● Staff Introduction
                ● Schedule                              ● Student/Staff Listing
                ● Rules of Engagement (ROE)             ● Expectations/Hazards
                ● Emergency Contacts & Procedures       ● Organize Cadets into Flights, etc.
                ● Overview of Camp Activities/Itinerary ● Parking Passes/Locations
                ● Student’s Departure Flight Schedules  ● New Mexico Climate (Hydration!!!)
                ● Announce Skits for Thursday Night     ● Buddy System
                ● Uniform Wear
 1730-1830      ROTC Briefing, Capt Keith Linenberger (RDA) (Dinner to be Catered: assorted subs, chips, and
                soda) (POC: Judy Ortiz-Aragon: 505-277-4502)
                 ● AFROTC Scholarships                    ● SROTC Program         ● Physical Fitness Test
                 ● ROTC/USAFA Commissioning Sources ● Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT)
 1830-1845      Move to Johnson Field
 1845-2045      Team Building Activities (POC Charles Vopalka/Derek Maestas, College Prep Programs) (505-
                321-3127/321-5893)
                 ● President’s Fitness Challenge – (30 – 60 minutes)
 2045-2100      March to Hokona Hall (Bldg 58)
 2100-2200      Cadet Briefings (Unique program at their school) (Hokona Hall, Bldg 58, 2700 Campus Blvd. N.E.)
 2200-2210      March to Dorm
 2210-2245      Personal Time/Next Day Prep
 2245           LIGHTS OUT!!

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                                                                                              Kirtland
                                                                                              AFB NM
UNM                 Day One: Monday, 12 June 2006
                                 (UOD: s/s blue shirt and pants)
0615        Reveille
0615-0645   Personal prep time
0645-0655   Morning formation/report
0655-0705   March to La Posada for breakfast
0705-0730   Breakfast at La Posada
0730-0745   Transit to Dane Smith Hall (Bldg 48) Room 125
0745-0815   UNM Welcome and Overview (POC: Mandie Pritchard, 505-277-0401)
            ● UNM History            ● Student population       ● Campus life ● Facilities
            ● Other summer programs ● Life as a College Student ● Programs

0815-0900   Cadet Briefings - (Unique program at their school)
0900-0915   March to School of Engineering and College of Arts and Sciences
0915-0930   Attend first University of New Mexico academic program session; cadets split into 4 Flights
            (A-D) and attend hands-on programs at the different departments in the School of Engineering
            and College of Arts & Sciences (area code 505):
            - School of Engineering: Electrical & Computer Engineering 118, Steven Peralta, 277-1417
            - School of Arts & Sciences: Chemistry – Woodward Hall, (Bldg. 82, Rm 101) Professor Brabson,
            277-9837
            - School of Arts & Sciences: Mathematics - Humanities 428, (Bldg. 81) Donna George, 277-5250
            - School of Arts & Sciences: Physics – Regner Hall, (Bldg 35, Rm 114) Beth Walker, 277-1516
0930-1030   Session 1: A - Engineering; B - Chemistry; C - Physics; D - Mathematics
1030-1045   Flights rotate between sessions
1045-1145   Session 2: A - Chemistry; B - Physics; C - Mathematics; D - Engineering
1145-1200   All cadets march to La Posada for lunch
1200-1245   Lunch at La Posada
1245-1300   Transit to next academic program session
1300-1400   Session 3: A - Physics; B - Mathematics; C - Engineering; D - Chemistry
1415-1430   Flights rotate between sessions
1430-1530   Session 4: A - Mathematics; B - Engineering; C - Chemistry; D - Physics
1530-1600   Transition to dorms and Change into “PT Uniform”
1600-1615   Pick-up boxed dinners (Subway) upon loading bus (bus in place at Dorm Parking Lot – east
            entrance of La Posada dining facility) Note: If dry conditions continue Orienteering will be
            accomplished on campus and dinner will be at La Posada in place of boxed dinners.
1615-1700   Bus transportation to Orienteering Site
1700-2130   Orienteering (Getaway Adventures: POC is Laura Montoya at 505-277-4347)
2130-2215   Transit by bus back to UNM dorms

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2215-2300   (Pizza/LaPosada Courtyard) Personal time/next day prep (UNM staff will order and pick up
            pizza…pay for pizza from Camp Commandant expense fund)
2300        LIGHTS OUT!!




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                                                                                              KIRTLAND
UNM                                                                                             AFB NM
                               DAY TWO: TUESDAY, 13 JUNE
                                  (UOD: s/s blue shirt and pants)

                             SPLIT SCHEDULE: GROUP A (24 CADETS)
 0600-       Reveille
 0610-0640   Personal Prep Time
 0640-0650   Morning Formation
 0650-0700   March to LaPosada for Breakfast
 0700-0730   Breakfast
 0730-0740   Transit to Clark Hall – Room 150
 0740-1130   Rocket Car Demonstration and Construction (Professor Brabson, Clark Hall, Room 150,
             505-277-9837)
 1130-1140   March to LaPosada for Lunch
 1140-1215   Lunch
 1215-1245   Transit by bus to Kirtland, 150th Fighter Wing, Building 1055 (A representative from Public
             Affairs will meet the bus at the Truman Gate and guide the bus driver to Bldg 1055)
 1245-1345   150th Fighter Wing (POC: MSgt Tracie Pope, 505-853-7025)
 1345-1400   Transit to STARBASE La Luz Academy
 1400-1545   STARBASE La Luz Academy/Flight Simulator “Hands On” (POC: Michael Smith, 505-
             853-8110)
 1545-1615   Transit to ROTC Detachment (POC: Judy Ortiz-Aragon: 505-277-4502)
 1615-1715   Students visit ROTC Detachment
               ● ROTC Campus Life       ● Room & Board Scholarships           ● Leadership Roles
               ● Career Opportunities   ● Senior Level Cadet Briefing         ● School Opportunities
                             SPLIT SCHEDULE: GROUP B (26 CADETS)
 0530        Reveille
 0530-0600   Personal Prep Time
 0600-0610   Morning Formation
 0610-0620   Pick up boxed breakfast (Golden Pride) upon loading bus (Bus in place at Dorm Parking
             Lot – East entrance of LaPosada dining facility)
 0620-0700   Transit by bus to West Mesa Aviation, Double Eagle Airport
 0700-0715   Introduction to agenda by POC Mike Petrofes (505-831-2359)
 0715-0800   PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT
             ●   Why an airplane flies – Bernoulli’s Principle/Newton’s Laws
             ●   Four forces acting on an airplane-thrust/drag/lift/weight
             ●   Aircraft components-wings/fuselage/empennage/power plant/landing gear
             ●   Control surfaces-ailerons/flaps/rudders/elevators
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0800-0830   THE AIRSPACE SYSTEM
            ● Airspace designation – a/b/c/d/e/
            ● Weather requirements/communication requirements
0830-0930   Mission plan for one hour flight
            ● Basic Aeronautical chart use
            ● Basic mission planning tools and use; plotter, dividers and MB-4
            ● Basic mission planning computations-rate vs. time/distance
            ● Charts/flight planning/cross country to Belen
0930-0945   Break/first flight proceeds to AC ASAP for preflight
0945-1215   Preflight/Flight/Postflight/Instructor Q & A
            Each cadet will fly the first hour of the approved Jeppesen private pilot syllabus.
            Reference the attached flight table for times and route
            ● Display basic knowledge of aircraft systems and the necessity of checking their
              operation before flight
            ● Become familiar with the control systems and how they are used to maneuver the
              aircraft on the ground and in the air
            ● Basic aerial navigation techniques using navigation aids and visual navigation
1215-1300   Lunch (Provided in cookout form) After Lunch Cadets split into 3 Groups
1300-1330   GROUP 1 - Pilot Certification Standards
            ● Student pilot’s license           ● Commercial pilot’s license
            ● Private Pilot’s license           ● Ratings/instructor certificates
            ● Airline transport pilot’s license
1330-1400   Aviation Careers – Military & Civilian
            ● Military Aviation                   ● Flight instruction
            ● Corporate flying                    ● Air cargo
            ● Aerial application/firefighting      ● Airlines
            ● Law enforcement
1300-1400   GROUP 2 - Maintenance Classroom
            The Internal Combustion Engine
            ● Four stroke                                        ● Carburetor vs. fuel injection
            ● Fuel systems-multiple tanks/gravity fed fuel pumps ● The Magnetos
            ● Fuel systems-multiple tanks/gravity fed fuel pumps ● Operating Cycle

            The Propeller
            ● Thrust/airfoil                   ● Tractor/pusher        ● Blade number/diameter

            Avionics
            ● Communication/navigation         ● Electrical systems ● Repair vs. replacement
            Maintenance Technician Certifications
            ● The avionics technician                                   ● Careers in maintenance
            ● The airframe and power plant technician



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1300-1400   GROUP 3 - The Maintenance Hangar (This portion of training will include multiple stations)
            ● Engine removed from an aircraft      ● How an aircraft control surfaces are rigged
            ● How fuel is delivered to an engine ● How an aircraft inspection is done and logged
            ● Stations to test spark plugs communication and navigation radios
1400-1415   Break (All Three Groups)
1415-1515   Group Rotation
            ● Group 1 rotates to Maintenance Classroom
            ● Group 2 rotates to the Maintenance Hangar
            ● Group 3 rotates to Pilot Certification Standards/Activation Careers – Military & Civilian
1515-1530   Break (All Three Groups)
1530        UNM and Government vans should be in place at Double Eagle Airport since there
            is a possibility activities will end earlier than scheduled.
1530-1630   Group Rotation
            ● Group 1 rotates to Maintenance Hangar
            ● Group 2 rotates to Pilot Certification Standards/Aviation Careers – Military & Civilian
            ● Group 3 rotates to Maintenance Classroom
1630-1715   Bus transit back to UNM

                                         BOTH GROUPS

1715-1720   Formation (Groups A & B Regroup)
1720-1730   March to Dinner at LaPosada
1730-1800   Dinner
1800-1815   Transit to Dorm (Change into PT uniform)
1815-1830   Transit to Johnson Field (Softball) (POC: Charles Vopalka/Derek Maestas, College Prep
            Programs, 505-321-3127/5893)
1830-2030   Team Softball (two games/four teams)
2030-2045   Transit to Dorms
2045-2145   Pizza/Ice Cream Social LaPosada Courtyard (POC: Charles Vopalka/Derek Maestas,
            College Prep Programs, 505-321-3127/5893) (UNM will cover expenses for this function)
2145-2230   Personal Time/Next Day Prep
2230        LIGHTS OUT!!




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UNM                                                                                         KIRTLAND
                                                                                              AFB NM
                           DAY THREE: WEDNESDAY, 14 JUNE
                                  (UOD: s/s blue shirt and pants)
                              SPLIT SCHEDULE: GROUP B (26 CADETS)
 0600        Reveille
 0610-0640   Personal Prep Time
 0640-0650   Morning Formation
 0650-0700   March to LaPosada for Breakfast
 0700-0730   Breakfast
 0730-0740   Transit to Clark Hall, Room 150
 0740-1130   Rocket Car Demonstration and Construction (Professor Brabson, Clark Hall, Room 150
             (505-277-9837)
 1130-1140   March to LaPosada for Lunch
 1140-1215   Lunch
 1215-1245   Transit to Kirtland, 150th Fighter Wing, Building 1055
 1245-1345   150th Fighter Wing, (POC: MSgt Tracie Pope, 505-853-7025)
 1345-1400   Transit to STARBASE La Luz Academy
 1400-1545   STARBASE La Luz Academy/Flight Simulator “Hands On” (POC: Ronda Cole, 505-
             846-8042)
 1545-1615   Transit to ROTC Detachment (POC: Judy Ortiz-Aragon: 505-277-4502)
 1615-1715   Students visit ROTC Detachment
               ● ROTC Campus Life      ● Room and Board Scholarships ● Leadership Roles
               ● Career Opportunities ● Senior Level Cadet Briefing  ● School Opportunities
                              SPLIT SCHEDULE: GROUP A (24 CADETS)
 0530        Reveille
 0530-0600   Personal Prep Time
 0600-0610   Morning Formation
 0610-0620   Pick up boxed breakfast (Golden Pride) upon loading bus (Bus in place at Dorm Parking
             Lot – East entrance of LaPosada dining facility)
 0620-0700   Transit by bus to BODE Aviation, Double Eagle Airport
 0700-0715   Introduction to agenda by POC Mike Petrofes (505-831-2359)
 0715-0800   PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT
             ● Why an airplane flies – Bernoulli’s Principle/Newton’s Laws
             ● Four forces acting on an airplane-thrust/drag/lift/weight
             ● Aircraft components-wings/fuselage/empennage/power plant/landing gear
             ● Control surfaces-ailerons/flaps/rudders/elevators



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0800-0830   THE AIRSPACE SYSTEM
            ● Airspace designation – a/b/c/d/e/
            ● Weather requirements/communication requirements
0830-0930   Mission plan for one hour flight
            ● Basic Aeronautical chart use
            ● Basic mission planning tools and use; plotter, dividers and MB-4
            ● Basic mission planning computations-rate vs. time/distance
            ● Charts/flight planning/cross country to Belen
0930-0945   Break/First flight proceeds to AC ASAP for preflight
0945-1215   Preflight/Flight/Postflight/Instructor Q & A
            Each cadet will fly the first hour of the approved Jeppesen private pilot syllabus.
            Reference the attached flight table for times and route
            ● Display basic knowledge of aircraft systems and the necessity of checking their
              operation before flight
            ● Become familiar with the control systems and how they are used to maneuver the
              aircraft on the ground and in the air
            ● Basic aerial navigation techniques using navigation aids and visual navigation
1215-1300   Lunch (Provided in cookout form) After Lunch Cadets split into 3 Groups
1300-1330   GROUP 1 - Pilot Certification Standards
            ● Student pilot’s license           ● Commercial pilot’s license
            ● Private pilot’s license           ● Ratings/instructor certificates
            ● Airline transport pilot’s license
1330-1400   Aviation Careers – Military & Civilian
            ● Military Aviation                   ● Flight instruction
            ● Corporate flying                    ● Air cargo
            ● Aerial application/firefighting      ● Airlines
            ● Law enforcement
1300-1400   GROUP 2 - Maintenance Classroom
            The Internal Combustion Engine
            ● Four stroke                                              ● Carburetor vs. fuel injection
            ● Fuel systems-multiple tanks/gravity fed fuel pumps       ● Operating cycle
            ● The magnetos

            The Propeller
            ● Thrust/airfoil                   ● Tractor/pusher        ● Blade number/diameter

            Avionics
            ● Communication/navigation         ● Electrical systems     ● Repair vs. replacement
            Maintenance Technician Certifications
            ● The avionics technician                                    ● Careers in maintenance
            ● The airframe and power plant technician



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1300-1400   GROUP 3 - The Maintenance Hangar (This portion of training will include multiple stations)
            ● Engine removed from an aircraft     ● How an aircraft control surfaces are rigged
            ● How fuel is delivered to an engine ● How an aircraft inspection is done and logged
            ● Stations to test spark plugs communication and navigation radios
1400-1415   Break (All Three Groups)
1415-1515   Group Rotation
            ● Group 1 rotates to Maintenance Classroom
            ● Group 2 rotates to the Maintenance Hangar
            ● Group 3 rotates to Pilot Certification Standards/Activation Careers – Military & Civilian
1515-1530   Break (All Three Groups)
1530        NOTE: UNM and Government vans should be in place at Double Eagle Airport
            since there is a possibility activities will end earlier than scheduled.
1530-1630   Group Rotation
            ● Group 1 rotates to Maintenance Hangar
            ● Group 2 rotates to Pilot Certification Standards/Aviation Careers – Military & Civilian
            ● Group 3 rotates to Maintenance Classroom
1630-1715   Bus Transit back to UNM
                                          BOTH GROUPS
1715-1720   Formation (Groups A & B Regroup)
1720-1730   March to Dinner at LaPosada
1730-1800   Dinner
1800-1820   Transit to Dorms – Change into PT Gear
1820-1830   Transit to Johnson Field - Low Ropes Course (POC Charles Vopalka/Derek Maestas,
            College Prep Programs 505-321-3127/5893)
1830-2130   Low Ropes Course
2130-2140   Transit to Dorms
2140-2215   Personal Time/Prep for next day
2215        LIGHTS OUT!!




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UNM                                                                                              KIRTLAND
                                                                                                   AFB NM
                                 DAY FOUR: THURSDAY, 15 JUNE
                                     (UOD: s/s blue shirt and pants)

 0600        Reveille
 0615-0645   Personal Prep Time
 0645-0700   Morning Formation
 0700-0710   Transit to Breakfast at LaPosada
 0710-0745   Breakfast
 0745-0815   Transit to Kirtland AFB, Bldg 497, Directed Energy (Public Affairs representative will meet the
             bus at the Truman Gate and escort the group)
 0815-1100   Directed Energy (POC: Eva Blaylock, 505-846-6315) Divide into 3 groups
 1100-1110   Bus to Mountain View O’Club (POC Janet Grossklass, 505-846-1746)
 1110-1310   Luncheon at Mountain View O’Club, Brigadier General Anita Gallentine, Guest Speaker
 1310-1330   Transit to Space and Missile Systems Center
 1330-1440   Space and Missile Systems Center. “Hands On” ” (POC: 2LT Kristina Gurksais, 505-846-0949)
 1440-1500   Transit to Security Forces Unit
 1500-1630   Security Force K-9 unit (POC: Jillian Speake, 505-846-4239)
 1630-1700   Travel back to UNM
 1700-1745   Personal time/banquet preparation
 1745-1800   Transit to Student Union Bldg Ballroom A for awards banquet
 1800-2000   Awards Banquet (Including dinner/Skits, POC: Charles Vopalka/Derek Maestas, College Prep
             Programs, 505-321-3127/5893)
 2000-2015   Transit to Dorms to prepare for cadet rocket car demonstration
 2015-2030   Transit to Tennis Courts (behind Mesa Vista Hall, Bldg. 56) - Contact UNM Police
 2030-2200   Cadet Rocket Car Demonstration
 2200-2215   Transit to dorms
 2215-2300   Personal Prep Time
 2230        LIGHTS OUT!!




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                                                                                                                    KIRTLAND
                                                                                                                      AFB NM
    The University of New Mexico                        DAY FIVE: FRIDAY, 16 JUNE
___________________________________                      (UOD: s/s blue shirt and pants)
___________________________________
               _____



            0600                      Reveille
            0600-0650                 Personal Prep Time (Clean up, pack and prepare for departure)
            0650-0700                 Transit to Breakfast (LaPosada)
            0700-0735                 Breakfast
            0735-0745                 Transit to Hokona Theater
            0745-0845                 Cadets Watch Movie “The Fighter Pilot”
            0845-0900                 Transit to UNM Bookstore
            0900-1000                 Cadets Visit UNM Bookstore
            1000-1015                 Transit to Dorm
            1015-1045                 Change into travel attire/load luggage on bus (NOTE: Instructors check rooms while cadets
                                      are loading luggage on the bus)
            1045 – 1050               Proceed to Hakona Hall for out-processing
            1050-1130                 Out-process in Hakona Hall; cadets turn in room keys, surveys, complete travel vouchers
                                      and Commandant’s final comments
            1130 - 1135               Transit to LaPosada for lunch
            1135 - 1210               Lunch at LaPosada
            1210 - 1215               Transit to dorm
            1215                      Transportation of cadets to airport


            Have a great trip home and thanks for all you’ve done!




            NOTE: Staff will not depart until all cadets have departed on planned transportation and are on
            their way. If a student must stay until the next day, arrangements have been made for rooms, staff,
            meals, and next day transportation.




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