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 on: Today at 03:12:53 AM 
Started by Mordecai - Last post by Mitchell 1969
Generally, a donation with stipulations as to who, what, where, when, and how, with right to demand recall,  is not really a donation, is it? More like a loan. It should be documented as such.

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 on: Today at 03:08:00 AM 
Started by Starbird - Last post by Mitchell 1969
Not every state has a militia. I'm going to count the NG because in the event of something like this happening the NG will be federalized.

Every state has some sort of law allowing them to draft people into the state militia, or at least places men of certain ages (varies) into the "unorganized militia".  This is different from State Defense Forces.

That's a pretty bold statement. Now either back it up or take it back.

I know I was a member of “the militia” in California until I turned 45, under the Military and Veteran’s Code. I never wore a uniform, never received an ID card, never took an oath and never attended a meeting, but, technically, I “served.” I think other states have similar arrangements. Also, I was, under the Militia Act of 1903, a member of the “unorganized militia” component of the “Militia of the United States.”

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 on: Today at 02:44:53 AM 
Started by Lofgren - Last post by Mitchell 1969
I don’t have any, but I doubt that anybody else does, either.

(I believe you meant “ultramarine blue”).

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 on: Today at 12:54:56 AM 
Started by wmackirdy - Last post by wmackirdy
I am new to CAP...and new to the AE Officer position. I would like to test for the Yeager Award sometime in the future. But, it looks formidable. One exam...100 questions. Really? How do you get your arms around something like that?

Do you just read the book...take the test (I know, it is open book)...and hope you remember everything?


 on: Today at 12:51:32 AM 
Started by wmackirdy - Last post by wmackirdy
I am new to CAP...and have just been asked to take on the AE Officer position.

Since I am new, I am struggling a bit with getting my arms around the job.

What are some suggestions on getting started?

 on: Yesterday at 11:47:59 PM 
Started by BoxGranch - Last post by arajca
On the main board inside the radio is a empty connector pin set (10 or 12 pins?) that is used for the remote head cable. IIRC, it's next to where the accessory cable plugs in to. That should have everything you need.

 on: Yesterday at 11:22:36 PM 
Started by BoxGranch - Last post by BoxGranch
It's a horrible connector to work with. The contacts are tiny, and the spring-loaded collar is a bear to reassemble.

Figured that to be the case! Thanks for the help!

 on: Yesterday at 11:21:53 PM 
Started by BoxGranch - Last post by BoxGranch
I hate to destroy a good mike just to get a cable with connector. I actually have been watching that to simply get a spare mike since 5300 parts seem to have grown rather scarce. Sigh.

I have understood that audio out is available via this connector (seems reasonable with 13 pins) but when I look at the inside of my mobile mike, they don't have enough wires to cover audio out. What I was hoping for was to build a headset to use with the mobile for base use. One of the ones that cover one ear and have a boom mike. Probably not doable with what is now available and truly hearing what a pain this connector must be to deal with. I'm having enough hassles with the idiot connector for ignition nonsense and speaker. Who ever heard of having to jump connections to use the internal speaker or to disable ignition sense. Give me an Icom any day.

Whine, whine.

At any rate, thanks for the help.

 on: Yesterday at 07:30:47 PM 
Started by Lofgren - Last post by Lofgren

 I was just wondering if anyone was willing to sell two C/1stLt Aquamarine Patches for BDUs to me? If you are willing please shoot me an email for more mailing information!! Thanks!


 on: Yesterday at 07:18:03 PM 
Started by Geber - Last post by Blanding

As a working human factors engineer who designs cockpits for NVG compatibility (among other things such as symbology and control design) you've warmed my heart, Blanding. This might be my favorite post yet in Captalk. Quoting 1472, forsooth! (I was one of the contributing authors to rev. E and up).

Heh - neat. I helped contribute to the bridge design section of G, but admittedly it was more of a review with my limited experience. Glad to see another HF community member around!

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