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Operations => Emergency Services & Operations => Topic started by: whatevah on February 23, 2005, 04:11:19 PM

Title: bragging rights!
Post by: whatevah on February 23, 2005, 04:11:19 PM
ok peeps... post your *current* ES ratings.  Meaning, whatever you've got on your 101 card. :)

You can also post the number of actual missions you've been on.

I'll post mine later.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Yoda on February 23, 2005, 05:31:02 PM
 ;)Ummm, I've got my 101 card...nothing on it, but I have it.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Greg on February 23, 2005, 06:52:34 PM
Not much to brag about, but:

GES
SET
GTM 3,2
*FLM
*MRO
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Schmidty06 on February 23, 2005, 06:55:52 PM
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
UDF
MRO
MSA
FLM
SET
GES


I've been on one actual mission, which was NBB (Twice).  It has been YEARS since MTWG has called up a ground team for a search.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: hayes on February 23, 2005, 07:06:39 PM
GES
SET
GTM 3-1
GTL
GBD
UDF
MRO
CUL
FLM
FLS
MSA
MS
*MO
According to NHQ is also have
*LO
*MSO
*IO
*LSC
*FASC
*AOBD

I been on three actual missions that I can think of: NBB, Hurricane Charlie disaster relief, and a missing aircraft/persons search
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Pylon on February 23, 2005, 08:45:16 PM
Wow - my meager:
GES
SET
...pales in comparison to the rest of you.   :P  I've got to get some of these requirements knocked off.




Edit:  5 December 2005 Update.

Okay, so I worked on a few ratings in the meantime.  I've got so far:

GES
SET
FLM
MS
MO
FASC*
IO*
MRO*
MSO*
LO*

AOBD and the various director slots are the next ones I need to work on.  :)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: whatevah on February 23, 2005, 11:52:16 PM
GES
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
UDF
GTL
MRO
CUL
IO
SET

(not showing the automatic training ones the silly website shows)

dunno how many missions... between 10 and 15
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Schmidty06 on February 24, 2005, 12:34:22 AM
To my knowledge, all I have to get is CUL and I'm maxed out ES qual wise until I turn 18.  And the way I have myself set up, when I turn 18 I'll be an automatic GTL and GBD, since that would be the last requirement that I need to get those quals, pretty much.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAPSGT on February 24, 2005, 02:42:28 AM
GES
SET
UDFT
GTM 3-1
GTL
GBD
MRO
FLM
FLS
MS
*FASC
*IO
*CUL
*MSO
*LO
I listed the Trainee ones in MIMS because I will actually work on them at some point in time.  I figure learning how to do all of the jobs and getting qualified in them (not necessarily maintaining currency, however) will help me in my ES professional development in the long run.

The trainee ratings that don't show up in MIMS that I'm actually working on are:
MO (gotta redo all the F&P tasks now that they changed the signoffs).
OSC (should show up but it doesn't recognize the "GBD with MS" as completing the pre-requisites.  It still wants to see AOBD)
MSA (a joke, but I actually need 1 F&P signoff)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: capnj on February 24, 2005, 11:16:44 PM
GTM3
GTM2
GES
SET
MRO
UDF
*GTM1

Almost have ES Tech Rating
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Hill CAP on February 25, 2005, 05:03:15 AM
GES
MRO
UDF
SET
*CUL
*MS

At one time had GTL and GTM but TN lost my ES paperwork
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Horn229 on February 26, 2005, 12:28:02 AM
GES
SET
MRO
MSA
FLM
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
UDF
GTL
GBD

Edit: making it all look neat...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: zigner2007 on May 18, 2005, 07:16:33 PM
right-o
GTM3
GTM2
GES
SET
*GTM1
*MRO

I'm starting my FLM too

I've been on few actual missions, the most memorable was the missing alzheimers patient in January. The others were "so I'm taking bets I think the ELT is in THAT hanger"
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: abysmal on May 18, 2005, 07:52:07 PM
For those who might not know what all the initials stand for....

AL1 - Agency Liaison Level 1
AL2 - Agency Liaison Level 2
AL3 - Agency Liaison Level 3
AOBD - Air Operations Branch Director
CUL - Communications Unit Leader
FASC - Finance/Admin Section Chief 
FLM - Flight Line Marshaller
FLS - Flight Line Supervisor
GBD - Ground Branch Director
GES - General Emergency Services
GTL - Ground Team Leader
GTM1 - Ground Team Member Level 1
GTM2 - Ground Team Member Level 2
GTM3 - Ground Team Member Level 3
IC1 - Incident Commander Level 1
IC2 - Incident Commander Level 2
IC3 - Incident Commander Level 3
IO - Information Officer
LO - Liaison Officer
LSC - Logistics Section Chief
MC - Mission Chaplain
MO - Mission Observer
MP - SAR/DR Mission Pilot
MRO - Mission Radio Operator
MS - Mission Scanner
MSA - Mission Staff Assistant
MSO - Mission Safety Officer
OSC - Operations Section Chief
PSC - Planning Section Chief
RM - Radiological Monitoring
SET - Skills Evaluator
TMP - Transport Mission Pilot
UDF - Urban Direction Finding Team
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Major_Chuck on May 18, 2005, 08:07:59 PM
Zip.  Too busy with Region Safety, Wing Logistics, and DDR to devote time to Emergency Services in an active capacity.  Will do all I can behind the scenes however to support them logistically.

Used to do the GTM and Communications stuff years ago though.

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: fyrfitrmedic on July 30, 2005, 04:19:11 AM
At present:

UDF 
GTM2 
GTM1 
GTL 
GTM3   
GES 
SET   
MRO 

My GBD is out-of-currency at present.

 Number of missions? No idea off the top of my head; I'd have to consult my files. 25 years is a long time...

 Various other skillsets and quals are applicable to the mission but don't show up on a 101 card.

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Redfire 1 on July 30, 2005, 08:46:08 PM
Let's see...


GES
MS
MO
TMP
RM
SET
*MP
*AOBD

Been on 4 actual missions, all as aircrew. Got lucky, was the backseat guy on our new glass cockpit C182's first mission, 3 days post delivery. It was an ELT search, but we did a shakedown of the SDIS toys too.

I'd like to learn the ground team stuff, but in a squadron with planes and roughly 30 pilots, GT stuff isn't seen often. Have to travel for that!

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: JaL5597 on July 30, 2005, 10:14:10 PM
GES
MRO

I have been working on CUL but thats not really a priority.

I have been on 2 missions.  One on mission staff and one on a ground team.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: PA Guy on July 31, 2005, 12:46:09 AM
MO
MS
UDF
SET
GTM 1
GTM 2
GTM 3
GTL
GES

I have no idea how many missions I have been on.  I have credit for 7 distress finds (ground) and 1 save.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: MIKE on July 31, 2005, 12:44:34 PM
MIMS says I have the following:

GES
*GTM3
*UDF
*MRO

In my AO though the wing ES officer or his designate needs to validate any qualifications IAW the wing policy and issue a physical CAPF 101...  MIMS is not considered sufficient here... Gotta get any qualifications signed off by a qualified evaluator approved by wing... Then request a CAPF 101 from wing and also get on the WMU and MMU... At least I think thats how it works here.
 
I'm not in the wing system currently, but I could be in the near future as I'm working on a re-qualification for UDF, although I was thinking of gaming the system a bit and hang out as a supervised trainee and not bother with a full qualification.  ;D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Cadet Bonnett on July 31, 2005, 09:26:37 PM
I have a 101 card but all i am certified in is

GES

nothing up thier in the high standards but it's a start...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Xeno on August 01, 2005, 01:04:20 AM
GES
*GTM 3
*MRO

************
I've been on one mission. We were trying to track a moving signal through Southwest Arkansas until it moved into Texas, Texas Wing had a GT on stand by and tried to intercept it once it crossed the state border but they couldn't locate it either. My guess is that is that someone hit a bump and set off an EPIRB in their boat while pulling it down the interstate.

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: arajca on August 01, 2005, 01:52:11 AM
I have a 101 card but all i am certified in is

GES

nothing up thier in the high standards but it's a start...
It's a start. Keep in mind that GES is the basis for all other qualifications. If you lose GES (usually due to failure to take the online update tests), you lose EVERYTHING. I know of several members who put off taking the new GES test after the last revision of the ES regs and came to a SAREX only to find out they weren't qualified for ANYTHING ( the MP's were really p.o.'d  ;D).

When the online update tests come out, your unit ES officer or Commander should tell you about them. BUt, the folks here will most likely post about the difficulty level of the tests (generally not very :)).
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: MIKE on August 01, 2005, 10:24:06 AM
arajca,

You know whats weird is that I took and passed part I of the exam when they updated the CAPT 116, but my CAPF 101 on MIMS  still shows  my earlier completion date from sometime back in '02... Never lost any of my quals.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: arajca on August 01, 2005, 12:41:59 PM
You did update, so your GES remained current. You didn't recertify which should change the date. However, since I do not know the inner working of MIMS - nor would I want to - I can't say if that is normal or correct. But, since your 101 card says it's current, then it's current.

Back to the topic:
GES
MSA
MRO
MSO
*CUL (need one more mission to lose the asterisk)
*LO
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ladyreferee on August 02, 2005, 01:30:01 PM
Ok, how do you start participating in missions if your squadron doesn't?  What is the first thing you need to do?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: arajca on August 02, 2005, 02:12:45 PM
Each wing has a number of SAREX (Search and Rescue Exercise) that all members in the wing can participate in - regardless of their unit's activity level in ES. Your unit ES officer or Commander should have the information. If they don't, or refuse to give it out, contact your group or wing ES officer for the information.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ladyreferee on August 02, 2005, 03:20:14 PM
Thank you!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ctrossen on August 03, 2005, 03:32:52 PM
Ok, how do you start participating in missions if your squadron doesn't?  What is the first thing you need to do?
It'll be tough, to be sure, but also an extremely worthwhile and rewarding journey--especially if you manage to entice the rest of your unit into participating in this particular mission.

First thing's first--you need a 101 card. If you haven't already, study CAPR 60-3 and take the basic ES test online.

We use WMU here in Wisconsin to keep track of all ES ratings. It may take a few days, but once you pass the test, that information will migrate into the WMU system. Your squadron commander will still need to approve that within the WMU system, though. Once that's done, you'll be able to print out your 101 card and participate in missions as a trainee. (A wonderful tutorial was handed out at the last Commander's Call if you or members in your unit are having difficulty with WMU.)

From there, you need to decide what "route" you want to go--mission base staff, ground team or aircrew.

All three have a number of different specialties that you can qualify in. The mission base staff track may well be the easiest to get into when coming from a unit without an established ES training program. There's two "entry" positions--Mission Radio Operator (MRO) and Mission Staff Assistant (MSA). For MRO, you will also need your Radio Operator Authorization (ROA), which requires completion of Basic Communications User Training (if you don't have someone in your unit that can provide that training, you'll need to coordinate with another unit or the Wing Comm Officer to set up that training for your unit).

On the other hand, there are no prerequisites for MSA (other than possessing the 101 card). You'll ultimately need to complete Incident Command System level 200 training, but that's something you can in the confort of your own home.

If you want to get started, there's a Wing training mission that will be happening 12-14 August up in Shawano. Contact Capt. Jeff Thompson (member of the Shawano unit and our wing Deputy Director of Operations) and tell him you're interested in training on the staff.

Alternately, if you want to get into the Ground Team or Aircrew tracks, that'll require a bit more effort. Watch the wing calendar--we'll be offering basic Ground Team and/or a Mission Aircrew course sometime in the future. Attend those and you'll have a good headstart. If you don't want to wait, your best chance is to work with another unit that does have an established ground team or aircrew.

(Whatever you do, *don't* just show up at a mission and assume that someone will train you. The ground teams and aircrews that show up are likely going to be "full" and in any event will generally have certain tasks or specific bits of training that their members need to accomplish.

On the other hand *do* coordinate with other units, if you want to get ground team or aircrew training, or the mission staff if you want MSA training. Let them know you're new to the program and want to get started.)

Before you get started, though, you will want to take a look at the training materials on the national website:

http://level2.cap.gov/visitors/programs/operations/emergency_services/emergency_services_curriculum.cfm

There are Task Guides for Mission Base Staff, for Aircrew, and for Ground Team. The Specialty Qualification  Training Records (SQTRs) at the back of each book indicate what training you need to accomplish for each specialty.


Regards,

Lt. Col. Chris Trossen, CAP
Commander, Milwaukee E.S. Squadron
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAPRANGER on December 05, 2005, 02:47:40 PM
Right now, currently:

GES
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
GTL
SET
*MS
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: thefischNX01 on December 05, 2005, 02:50:26 PM
MS
GES
SET

And working on MO.  been on one mission and 2 SAREX's
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAPSeahawk8 on December 05, 2005, 03:52:18 PM
 Well lets see

GES
OSC
PSC
LSC
FASC
AOBD/T
GBD
MO
MS
GTL
GTM3
GTM2/T
UDF
CUL
MRO
MSO/T
MSA

And I have about 18 missions in the last year, 70+ Sorties all told since my cadet days.


1st Lt Andy Wiggs
NC Wing ES training Officer
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: NDCS on December 14, 2005, 12:16:57 AM
Here are my ES Quals:
GES
GTM-3
GTL
MRO
CUL
MO
MS
UDF
GBD
OSC
PSC
IC-3
 :-X



Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Mac on December 14, 2005, 02:13:53 PM
OK I'll put my $.02 in.

GES
GTM-3
GTM-2
GTM-1
GTL
GBD
MSA
MRO
CUL
FLM
FLS
MS
UDF
OSC
PSC
IC-3*
MO*

Now if i could just remember what they all stand for.... :D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: afgeo4 on December 14, 2005, 02:21:31 PM
Ok, here goes nothing (literally)

GES
SET
*UDF
*FLM
*MSA

3 actual missions (UDF).  1 find (a great story I shall soon share).
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Pylon on December 14, 2005, 02:39:46 PM
Ok, here goes nothing (literally)

GES
SET
*UDF
*FLM
*MSA

3 actual missions (UDF).  1 find (a great story I shall soon share).


Dude, you've got to get some ratings knocked down.  You're an ES officer.  ;)
 
But seriously, you should share your Naval battleship "Find" story over in our "Tall Tales" section.  I certainly enjoyed it.   ;D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: afgeo4 on December 14, 2005, 11:19:31 PM
Well... I'm 1 training sortie away from checking off FLM and UDF.  The one thing that's holding me back is mission number (I need two for FLM and one for UDF) and first aid.  We're working on the medical stuff with 174th FW.  Cadet Reed is about to be certified with ANG as an instructor.

I will write the Navy story in a minute.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: MustangCadet on December 23, 2005, 01:26:02 AM
How do you get qualified for all that stuff? I'm new to the ES program but have been in the cadet Program for a year this coming March.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Pylon on December 23, 2005, 05:26:16 AM
How do you get qualified for all that stuff? I'm new to the ES program but have been in the cadet Program for a year this coming March.

Talk to your squadron Emergency Services officer about opportunities to train.  Make sure you've taken the GES (CAPT 116) test online (through E-Services), and it won't hurt to knock off the extra parts either (CAPT 117). 

Also, check your Group & Wing calendar for upcoming SAREXs and ES training events and attend as often as possible.   :)
 
That's the basic gist of it.  Good luck!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: MustangCadet on December 23, 2005, 03:24:18 PM
thx. i've passed the GES so thats the only one. Oh yea Im a qualififed flight line marshaller so is that something?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: AlphaSigOU on December 25, 2005, 03:28:23 PM
All I have is the basics:

GES
SET

Once the squadron gets back to its regular schedule, I'll be training for the following:

MS
MO

... and anything else I can get trained on!  ;D

EDITED: Now fully qualified as MS, MO, UDF, CUL.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Five-seveN on January 12, 2006, 04:12:19 PM
MS
GBD 
GTL 
GTM3 
GTM2 
GTM1 
UDF 
GES 
SET   
*FASC   
*IO   
*MRO   
*MSO   
*LO 

Not bad for a cadet. 
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Horn229 on January 12, 2006, 06:03:09 PM
MS
GBD 
GTL 
GTM3 
GTM2 
GTM1 
UDF 
GES 
SET   
*FASC   
*IO   
*MRO   
*MSO   
*LO 

Not bad for a cadet. 


Mhmm, and on what system are you a Mission Scanner? 'Cause e-services doesn't say you are.

Oh, and how do you get GTM 3 through GBD all done in the same month? Is that when your wing switched from paper to MIMS?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAPRANGER on January 14, 2006, 06:13:20 AM
My updated quals:

GTL
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
UDF
GES
SET
*MRO
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Pace on January 31, 2006, 03:07:17 PM
I just got PSC (well, I will as soon as wing approves it).  So far, that is the hardest ES function I've encountered.  I'm sure IC is harder, but I'm not there yet.  Prioritizing missions, updating your parts of the status board and maps, those [rant]stupid[/rant] incident objective and incident action plan (IAP) forms, integrating facts and "rumors" into the incident strategy, continuously modifying the IAP and objectives, avoiding the tendency to help the OSC relay info and orders to the AOBD and GBD, etc etc etc...

If this job is done right, it is potentially the most time consuming job right under IC.  Now I see why CAP makes you get it before IC, AL, OSC, or any other high level ES rating.

Let's see what it looks like now:
GES
SET
FLM
UDF
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
GTL
GBD
MS
MO
MSA
MRO
CUL
PSC
AOBD*
OSC*
FLS*
LSC*
FASC*
LO*
MSO*
IO*
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: PhoenixRisen on February 03, 2006, 12:12:25 AM
I have a 101 card but all i am certified in is

GES

nothing up thier in the high standards but it's a start...
It's a start. Keep in mind that GES is the basis for all other qualifications. If you lose GES (usually due to failure to take the online update tests), you lose EVERYTHING. I know of several members who put off taking the new GES test after the last revision of the ES regs and came to a SAREX only to find out they weren't qualified for ANYTHING ( the MP's were really p.o.'d  ;D).

When the online update tests come out, your unit ES officer or Commander should tell you about them. BUt, the folks here will most likely post about the difficulty level of the tests (generally not very :)).

For GES, how come you have to re-take the update test when it says, "NO EXPIRE" for the expiration date on my 101 card? Also, how do you know when to take the update test? Are you informed by someone (or automatically)?

And for my qualifications... currently, I only have:

GES
MRO (with an ACUT ROA)
SET
UDF*
GTM3*
GTM2*
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on February 03, 2006, 02:25:39 AM
You only need to retake the 116 test when a new one is published.

The 117 tests need to be taken every 2 or 3 years. You only need to take the one that applies to your specialty group - GT, Mission Base, or Aircrew.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Chris Jacobs on February 03, 2006, 11:23:39 AM
I found the 117 test once when i was on line, but since then i have not been able to find it again.  Can someone point me to it?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: pixelwonk on February 03, 2006, 05:17:32 PM
here you go:

https://tests.cap.af.mil/ops/tests/default.cfmMessage=Ok

Just click on the test you want  from the drop down menu
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: isuhawkeye on June 20, 2006, 06:07:08 PM
IC level 2 (is anyone else in NCR, or the country for that matter a level 2

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eclipse on June 21, 2006, 10:52:17 AM
Lord will I be glad when the Wing Commanders are finally forced to comply
with the ODER FROM THE NATIONAL COMMANDER two+ years ago to
cease use of the WMU and use eServices.

Good system / bad system is not the point.  Its about local control, fifedoms, and GOB networks.

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Matt on June 21, 2006, 11:58:39 AM
Lord will I be glad when the Wing Commanders are finally forced to comply
with the ODER FROM THE NATIONAL COMMANDER two+ years ago to
cease use of the WMU and use eServices.

Good system / bad system is not the point.  Its about local control, fifedoms, and GOB networks.



I'll be glad to use MIMS when it allows for slamming of tasks, and the userability of WMU.  WMU was designed by users and gurus; not by geeks.  MIMS is NOT user friendly.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ZigZag911 on June 21, 2006, 01:41:22 PM
GES
SET
MS
UDF
CUL
MRO
MO (not current)
IC3
AL3
OSC
PSC
LSC
FASC
AOBD
MIO*
MSO*
LO*

75 missions.training missions
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Chris Jacobs on June 21, 2006, 09:26:11 PM
I would agree that the WMU is better.  Although if you keep up to date with the WMU you will see that portions of it just lead to MIMS now.  As MIMS becomes better the WMU is giving the power to it.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Matt on June 22, 2006, 09:39:43 AM
I'm going to guess that you're speaking of links such as the 101 Cards.  The reason why that is is because it is easier to simply link over parts to make the card "offcial" however, parts still remain on WMU.

WMU also allows for things that MIMS does not: mainly remote mission management.  It allows for coordination of missions over the internet either using the WMU website or by using IMU which links to the WMU server.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Chris Jacobs on June 23, 2006, 12:46:19 AM
No the part i was refering to was the pilot information.  If i have hear right, if you click on the pilot information box in the WMU it just redirects you to MIMS.  All the information is shared between MIMS and WMU on a daily basis.

Maybe i also favor the WMU/IMU a little becuase the member who wrote the programs is in my wing.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Matt on June 23, 2006, 12:18:52 PM
We have one of his accomplises helpers in our's.

I haven't done much with Pilot entry, however, I'm working on getting the guide book put together by one of the SE WI Group Members.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: biZarre on June 23, 2006, 02:42:55 PM
Here's mine:

CUL
MRO
GTL 
GTM3
UDF   
MS   
MO   
GTM2   
GTM1   
GBD   
GES   
SET   
ARCH 


Just enough to keep busy on any given mission.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAP006 on July 23, 2006, 03:48:37 AM
Hi. My name is C/A1C Robert Dahms and I'm wondering how you can do that with your 101 card?                     

O ya in a few more days,
MRO
UDF
and GTM2  Will be signed off.

( just thought to throw that out there )
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: PhoenixRisen on July 23, 2006, 03:53:34 AM
Hi. My name is C/A1C Robert Dahms and I'm wondering how you can do that with your 101 card?

Do what with your 101 card?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAP006 on July 23, 2006, 04:27:59 AM
Hi. My name is C/A1C Robert Dahms and I'm wondering how you can do that with your 101 card?

Do what with your 101 card?

Never mind I'm still a trainee so it doesent really apply to me. :)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: floridacyclist on December 09, 2006, 12:21:31 PM
SET
UDF 
GTL
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
CUL
MSA
MS (Expired - awaiting mission)
GBD   
*LSC   
*FASC   
IO   
LO
PSC   
*MSO   
OSC
*IC3
CISM
101DR
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Rangersigo on December 28, 2006, 01:57:54 AM
Just joined CAP after exiting the military a couple of years ago, really glad to have found it.  Just joined TN-162 as a CPT and am in flight training now.

As far as CAP qualifications only:

GES

Prior Military that I am hoping will come in handy:

Airborne
Air Assault
Pathfinder
Ranger
Sniper
Anti-Terrorist Evasive Driver Course
Mortar Leaders Course
Aircraft Crewmember Course
SERE
OCS
Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Course
CAS3
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: IceNine on January 10, 2007, 12:01:33 PM
MSA
CUL, MRO         
FLS, FLM
GTL, GTM-1, GTM-2, GTM-3
UDFT
GBD
PSC
LSC
LO
*OSC
*FASC
*IO
*MSO

10 finds, and 11 missions
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: swya on February 18, 2007, 01:23:48 AM
just got  my 1o1
ges
set
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: drcomm on February 18, 2007, 10:37:49 PM
Here are mine...

GES
SET
FLM   
GTM3
MRO
UDF
*CUL
*FASC
*GTL     (need 1 additional task and 2 missions)
*GTM2   (need 1 mission)
*IO
*LO
*MS
*MSO


7 missions during this stint in CAP.  Had 20 or more as a cadet in the late 70's and early 80's.

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: connelly on March 27, 2007, 09:36:54 PM
I have GTM3, GTM2/T, UDF, MSA/T, MRO

And yall don't bother with national 101 they will laugh if you bring one to a mission.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: DeputyDog on March 28, 2007, 05:38:45 AM
And yall don't bother with national 101 they will laugh if you bring one to a mission.

With what?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SJFedor on March 28, 2007, 06:52:40 AM
Eh, just for giggles...


AOBD
*FASC
FLM
GES
*GTL- In progress
*GTM2
GTM3
*IO
*LO
MO
*MP-- in progress
MRO
MS
MSA
*MSO - in progress
*PSC - in progress
SET
TMP

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SJFedor on March 28, 2007, 06:56:24 AM
I have GTM3, GTM2/T, UDF, MSA/T, MRO

And yall don't bother with national 101 they will laugh if you bring one to a mission.

Huh?

By the way, check the spelling of "Sergent[sic]" in your sig line. And while you're at it, it's recommended you add a C/ to the front of it, unless you're a prior service NCO.

As well, you may want to pass on to your senior members that having a website with an ad as a precursor to entering, especially without a disclaimer that says that CAP doesn't endorse said ad may be problematic. Your wing should be able to give you a domain under their ncwg.cap.gov domain.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Stonewall on April 07, 2007, 12:55:00 AM
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
UDF
GBD
GTL
MRO
GES
SET
MO (expired, waiting for requal)

And incase you're interested, I happened to have these up since I was working on my training folder for work and perhaps there is some relevance to ES work.

•BREATH TEST OPERATORS COURSE (INTOXILYZER 8000) (24 HRS)
•NAVY COXSWAIN COURSE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT (80 HRS)
•POLICE FTO CERTIFICATION (400 HRS)
•POLICE ATV TRAINING CERTIFICATION (8 HRS)
•BASIC LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY (350 HRS)
•POLICE TRAFFIC RADAR COURSE (24 HRS)
•DUI DETECTION & FIELD SOBRIETY CERTIFICATION (24 HRS)
•OLEORESIN CAPSICUM (OC) AND BATON CERTIFICATION (40 HRS)
•EMERGENCY VEHICLE OPERATORS COURSE (40 HRS)
•INTRODUCTION TO INTELLIGENCE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT (24 HRS)

•(WAIVER) US AIR FORCE SECURITY FORCES SCHOOL (12 WEEKS)
•US AIR FORCE COMBAT SURVIVAL COURSE (SERE-C) (3 WEEKS)
•BASIC NONCOMISSIONED OFFICERS COURSE, PHASE 1 (2 WEEKS)
•US ARMY AIR ASSAULT SCHOOL (2 WEEKS)
•PRIMARY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COURSE (4 WEEKS)
•US ARMY COMBAT LIFE SAVER COURSE (1 WEEK)
•US ARMY AIRBORNE COURSE (3 WEEKS)
•US ARMY BASIC COMBAT AND INFANTRY SCHOOL (12 WEEKS)

•CHARTER OAK STATE COLLEGE, BACHELORS OF SCIENCE WITH A CONCENTRATION IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY (104 CREDITS ACCRUED)
•NORTHERN VIRGINIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ASSOCIATES IN APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE WITH A MAJOR IN SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (2 YEARS)
•OLEORESIN CAPSICUM (OC) INSTRUCTOR COURSE (24 HRS)
•AMERICAN RED CROSS FIRST AID/CPR/AED INSTRUCTOR COURSE (24 HOURS)
•EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN RECERTIFICATION (36 HRS)
•EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN INITIAL COURSE (140 HRS)
•USIS INTERNATIONAL PROTECTIVE SECURITY TRAINING AND SECURITY DRIVERS COURSE (6 DAYS)
•STEELE FOUNDATION EXECUTIVE PROTECTION AGENTS AND PROTECTIVE DRIVING COURSE (21 DAYS)
•R.L. OATMAN & ASSOCIATES EXECUTIVE PROTECTION COURSE (7 DAYS)
•CLEAN HARBORS LEVEL III HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND ENVIRONMENTAL  RESPONSE COURSE (24 HOURS)



Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: bricktonfire on May 22, 2007, 11:23:25 AM
i have:
         FLM (trainee)
         MRO(Trainee)
         SET (i took the test)
         GTM3 (trainee)
         GES

3-4 mission mostly sarex or squadron training days
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: davedove on May 22, 2007, 12:31:57 PM
Here's mine:

GES
SET
UDF
GTM3* (finished the tasks and mission credit, just need final approval)
FASC*
IO*
LO*
MRO*
MSO*

Most of the trainee ones are because I went ahead and took IS 200.

I plan to work up to GTL and maybe MO.

I've only been on three missions (all training) with multiple sorties.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: DeputyDog on May 22, 2007, 04:46:03 PM
My turn...

CUL
FASC
GBD
GES
GTL
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
LO
MO
MRO
MS
MSA
SET
UDF

*IO
*LSC
*MSO
*PSC

My immediate goal is IC3.

As for missions: 9 actual (18 sorties all together), 6 practice. 1 Save and 5 non-distress ELTs.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: jimmydeanno on May 22, 2007, 05:39:44 PM
mine...

GES
SET
MO
MS
GTM 2
GTM 3
UDF
MRO
MSA

Missions: 26 actual - 26 non-distress finds, all ground team.  I have never had air support on a SAR mission...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: JC004 on May 30, 2007, 08:42:31 PM
yes, I know...the photo is like 3 years old...   >:D  >:D  >:D

(http://jcolgan004.googlepages.com/101b.png)

 >:D  >:D  >:D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SJFedor on May 30, 2007, 09:49:11 PM
(http://jcolgan004.googlepages.com/101f.png)


Yeah, I rule too.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: mikeylikey on May 30, 2007, 10:19:52 PM
^^^ Wow Gentleman......now the big test.....pass it off at a SAREX/Mission.  I would imagine you can, then be like "this excercise, I will be in the comm room eating donuts and microwaving popcorn, any body needing those areas signed off come see me"!

Pure AWESOME  :D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: JC004 on May 30, 2007, 10:41:10 PM
^^^ Wow Gentleman......now the big test.....pass it off at a SAREX/Mission.  I would imagine you can, then be like "this excercise, I will be in the comm room eating donuts and microwaving popcorn, any body needing those areas signed off come see me"!

Pure AWESOME  :D

I've been pulling those duties for lots o' SAREXs...actuals, too.  I've got a couple of those blue ribbons, after all...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SJFedor on May 31, 2007, 03:21:30 AM
^^^ Wow Gentleman......now the big test.....pass it off at a SAREX/Mission.  I would imagine you can, then be like "this excercise, I will be in the comm room eating donuts and microwaving popcorn, any body needing those areas signed off come see me"!

Pure AWESOME  :D

I've already got one printed off and in my go-bag, next to a real legit one, just in case such an opportunity comes up where the situation needs to be lightened a little bit.

Next on the list is to create SQTRs for these things.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: jeders on June 17, 2007, 10:00:23 PM
Well I guess I'll throw my quals in the ring.

Qualified:
GES
SET
GTM3/2/1
GTL
MS
MO

Trainee:
GBD
FASC
IO
LO
MRO
MSA
MSO

As ground team, 4 actual search missions with 4 finds, including a sortie for Columbia where the "find" was actually some loose cotton left over on the field from harvest. Numerous DR missions and innumerable training missions. As aircrew, several SERE and firewatch missions and many training missions.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CadetProgramGuy on June 17, 2007, 10:39:30 PM
*FASC   
FLM
FLS 
*GBD   
GES 
GTL   
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
*IO   
LO   
MO 
MRO
*MSO   
SET 
 UDF
 
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: DeputyDog on June 28, 2007, 07:28:12 AM
My turn...

CUL
FASC
GBD
GES
GTL
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
LO
MO
MRO
MS
MSA
SET
UDF

*IO
*LSC
*MSO
*PSC

My immediate goal is IC3.

As for missions: 9 actual (18 sorties all together), 6 practice. 1 Save and 5 non-distress ELTs.

I can now add:

PSC
OSC
*IC3
*AL3

One more IC3 sortie and I'm an IC.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CadetProgramGuy on June 28, 2007, 09:34:11 AM
(http://jcolgan004.googlepages.com/101f.png)


Yeah, I rule too.

You guys know what its like having Frosted Mini Wheats exit your nose looks like?

Lets not forget the other qualifications......

Left hand of Training...
Right hand of Disclipine
Right foot of Motivation
Verbal tongue Lashing 3, 2, 1
Convincing of spouse that THIS Sarex is really important.........
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: davedove on June 28, 2007, 09:55:17 AM
(http://jcolgan004.googlepages.com/101f.png)


You know, that Naptime Supervisor looks like too much responsibility.  Maybe I can just go for Naptime Member. ;D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: DKruse on June 28, 2007, 10:28:45 AM
Qualified:
ARCH
CUL
GES
LSC
MO
MRO
MS
SET
UDF

Trainee:
FASC    
FLM    
GTM3    
IO    
LO    
MSA    
MSO    
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: flynd94 on June 28, 2007, 05:29:24 PM
hmmm...

Standard
MRO
UDF
GTM3
GTL
GBD
MS
MO
MP
AOBD
PSC
OSC
IC3

Mountain checkout

Trainee
IC2
AL3
FASC
GTM2 (who cares, be a GTL)
CUL
MSO

Lets see here 1 distress find, 41 non-distress finds and, 100+ missions participated (some even for actual missing ac)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: sarguy on June 30, 2007, 05:02:01 PM
Well, I only have:

GTM-1,2,3
GTL
AL
PSC
OSC
FSC
LSC
IC-3
IC-2
FLM
FLS
MRO
CUL
MS
MO
MP
that's about it.  I've been on about 300-400 mission in the last 4 or 5 years.  About 15 missing A/C missions, couple missing person searches....  But I know a guy (from California) that far trumps my meager experience....
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: sarguy on June 30, 2007, 05:04:38 PM
Oh yeah...

ARCHER & SDIS too..

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SARPilotNY on June 30, 2007, 05:11:57 PM
I was in Southern California last year and had my CAP radio on.  I listened to a few mission that they were running, seems that they run over one a day from Los Angeles to San Diego.  There is a guy there that I heard runs or responds to over 100 missions a year and has a full time job too!  He is both an IC and GTL.  I was told he has over 100 distress finds, a dozen saves and undoubtedly a thousand non distress finds.  I would think he would have bragging rights but why have we not heard from or about him.  Seems like that would make for a good story in the CAP Volunteer!  Anyone heard of anyone like that in California?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on July 01, 2007, 01:52:43 AM
I was in Southern California last year and had my CAP radio on.  I listened to a few mission that they were running, seems that they run over one a day from Los Angeles to San Diego.  There is a guy there that I heard runs or responds to over 100 missions a year and has a full time job too!  He is both an IC and GTL.  I was told he has over 100 distress finds, a dozen saves and undoubtedly a thousand non distress finds.  I would think he would have bragging rights but why have we not heard from or about him.  Seems like that would make for a good story in the CAP Volunteer!  Anyone heard of anyone like that in California?

I know him personally. Good guy. Extremely knowledgeable.  I'm not sure your statistics are entirely correct. Sometimes doesn't play well with others. I'd guess he would have little good to say about most of the discussions that occur on here. I'll say no more.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SARPilotNY on July 03, 2007, 12:57:38 AM
Hey SARGUY...sounds impressive...Just where do you get all those missions.  Who is the guy from California, do you know him?  Is it true?  You must be from Florida or California to get all those missions.  How do you do that?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: sarguy on July 04, 2007, 12:23:17 PM
SARPilotNY, Yeah, I know who he is..  I know the stats are accurate.  I know that he handles most of the missions in Southern California as the IC but also sometimes as the UDF person.  I would say that 1,000 Non-Distress finds is probably a conservative number.  When there are over 300+ missions per year (in CA and FL) and some have multiple signals attached, it's not hard to amass those numbers in the twenty-some years he's been in (maybe longer, I'm not sure how old he is).

I know that there are only 4-5 people in Southern CA that actually go out on missions any more, so some probably have a couple-hundred finds as well.  Big states=lots of ELT's=lots of finds...

Funny thing about this guy..  When I met him, it was at a formal banquet and he didn't have any ribbons, badges, anything...  Said he wasn't in it for the recognition, didn't care about the "FIND" ribbons, in fact thought we should get rid of the ribbon.  I think he's got 100+ airplane finds as well...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SARPilotNY on July 04, 2007, 03:15:01 PM
SARPilotNY, Yeah, I know who he is..  I know the stats are accurate.  I know that he handles most of the missions in Southern California as the IC but also sometimes as the UDF person.  I would say that 1,000 Non-Distress finds is probably a conservative number.  When there are over 300+ missions per year (in CA and FL) and some have multiple signals attached, it's not hard to amass those numbers in the twenty-some years he's been in (maybe longer, I'm not sure how old he is).

I know that there are only 4-5 people in Southern CA that actually go out on missions any more, so some probably have a couple-hundred finds as well.  Big states=lots of ELT's=lots of finds...

Funny thing about this guy..  When I met him, it was at a formal banquet and he didn't have any ribbons, badges, anything...  Said he wasn't in it for the recognition, didn't care about the "FIND" ribbons, in fact thought we should get rid of the ribbon.  I think he's got 100+ airplane finds as well...

OK...so who are these guys?  And why in a wing with as many members do 4 or 5 guys run and respond on 300 plus missions?  Is there a click going on?  A "glass" ceiling.  Seems something is wrong.  I wonder how many people run all those missions in Florida?  4 or 5 or 100 to 200?  Any answers from CA or FL?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Stonewall on July 04, 2007, 10:05:56 PM
Maybe because not everyone has a job that's flexible enough to let you respond whenever the balloon goes up? 

My boss would laugh in my face if I said "Hey, L. T., I've got another ELT going off, gotta run".  Okay, go ahead and take the night off from fighting crime.  In fact, my squadron commander is a cop too, not to mention a Colonel (group commander) in the AF RES.  Between his full-time job, deployments to the box and a family, I'd say most missions are pretty much left up to those few folks who are self employed, retired, in between semesters in college, or just happen to have one of those jobs where the boss is outright supportive of them playing Rambo at a moments notice.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SARPilotNY on July 04, 2007, 10:18:47 PM
Maybe because not everyone has a job that's flexible enough to let you respond whenever the balloon goes up? 

My boss would laugh in my face if I said "Hey, L. T., I've got another ELT going off, gotta run".  Okay, go ahead and take the night off from fighting crime.  In fact, my squadron commander is a cop too, not to mention a Colonel (group commander) in the AF RES.  Between his full-time job, deployments to the box and a family, I'd say most missions are pretty much left up to those few folks who are self employed, retired, in between semesters in college, or just happen to have one of those jobs where the boss is outright supportive of them playing Rambo at a moments notice.
True...but California must have several thousand members and only less than a dozen that respond?  I guess that shoots down National's video that we have 53,000 highly trained volunteers that will be on station within two hours of accepting a mission!  Even if were are self employed, we lose $$$.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: shorning on July 04, 2007, 10:30:05 PM
True...but California must have several thousand members and only less than a dozen that respond?  I guess that shoots down National's video that we have 53,000 highly trained volunteers that will be on station within two hours of accepting a mission!  Even if were are self employed, we lose $$$.

So what's your solution for a fix?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SARPilotNY on July 04, 2007, 10:34:36 PM
True...but California must have several thousand members and only less than a dozen that respond?  I guess that shoots down National's video that we have 53,000 highly trained volunteers that will be on station within two hours of accepting a mission!  Even if were are self employed, we lose $$$.

So what's your solution for a fix?
Can't throw money at it!  If we had a top quality program "you will build it, people will come"  would be the answer.  We need quality, not quanity.  We have some great people and we need to build from there with strong leadership from the top!  Dreaming???  Maybe...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SARPilotNY on July 04, 2007, 10:35:55 PM
True...but California must have several thousand members and only less than a dozen that respond?  I guess that shoots down National's video that we have 53,000 highly trained volunteers that will be on station within two hours of accepting a mission!  Even if were are self employed, we lose $$$.

So what's your solution for a fix?
Can't throw money at it!  If we had a top quality program "you will build it, people will come"  would be the answer.  We need quality, not quanity.  We have some great people and we need to build from there with strong leadership from the top!  Dreaming???  Maybe...
If you have guys with 100 + finds, they must be doing something right, maybe we can learn something from them.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: RogueLeader on July 04, 2007, 10:38:31 PM
I think that this thread is off topic.  You might want to start a new one to continue.  The original intent, up until yesterday/today, has been talking about their 101 card achievements, not about lights and such.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on July 05, 2007, 02:59:05 AM
SARPilotNY, Yeah, I know who he is..  I know the stats are accurate.  I know that he handles most of the missions in Southern California as the IC but also sometimes as the UDF person.  I would say that 1,000 Non-Distress finds is probably a conservative number.  When there are over 300+ missions per year (in CA and FL) and some have multiple signals attached, it's not hard to amass those numbers in the twenty-some years he's been in (maybe longer, I'm not sure how old he is).

I know that there are only 4-5 people in Southern CA that actually go out on missions any more, so some probably have a couple-hundred finds as well.  Big states=lots of ELT's=lots of finds...

Funny thing about this guy..  When I met him, it was at a formal banquet and he didn't have any ribbons, badges, anything...  Said he wasn't in it for the recognition, didn't care about the "FIND" ribbons, in fact thought we should get rid of the ribbon.  I think he's got 100+ airplane finds as well...

OK...so who are these guys?  And why in a wing with as many members do 4 or 5 guys run and respond on 300 plus missions?  Is there a click going on?  A "glass" ceiling.  Seems something is wrong.  I wonder how many people run all those missions in Florida?  4 or 5 or 100 to 200?  Any answers from CA or FL?

The CAWG guy in question turns 50 next month. (Thought he was younger than that.) As stated above, we probably have at least three or so dozen folks who do missions. There are 5 or 6 in my unit alone. The periodic PAs that come out listing ND finds usually fill both sides of a page, and have at least that many individual names.

True...but California must have several thousand members and only less than a dozen that respond?  I guess that shoots down National's video that we have 53,000 highly trained volunteers that will be on station within two hours of accepting a mission!  Even if were are self employed, we lose $$$.

California Wing, as of this posting, has 3032 members, 2000 of which are SMs. A significant number no longer participate due to age, health, etc., but continue their financial contributions. I'm sure most other wings have a similar situation.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on July 05, 2007, 03:01:21 AM
If you have guys with 100 + finds, they must be doing something right, maybe we can learn something from them.

I have learned something new every time I've been out in the field with him.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SARPilotNY on July 10, 2007, 08:45:17 PM
who?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on July 11, 2007, 03:06:53 AM
who?

The CAWG guy two posts up from yours.

No, I'm not going to identify him. If someone else from CAWG does so, that's their decision.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SARPilotNY on July 22, 2007, 01:09:24 AM
Had a chance to talk to a friend from CAWG this weekend and the subject of bragging right came up.  He confirmed two guys from San Diego ran  42 percent of the wings 300+ missions.  In addition to the 42 percent that they ran, they also participated in the field or in the air on a few dozen more.  They also had several distress finds too.  He said both guys had participated in over 100 missions last year...can anyone top that?  It still begs the question to be answered...are these guys hogging the missions or does everyone else sit on the butts?   Also of note, one of them found an ELT in a Predator unmanned vehicle last week.  Anyone know anything about that?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on July 22, 2007, 01:13:17 AM
Had a chance to talk to a friend from CAWG this weekend and the subject of bragging right came up.  He confirmed two guys from San Diego ran  42 percent of the wings 300+ missions.  In addition to the 42 percent that they ran, they also participated in the field or in the air on a few dozen more.  They also had several distress finds too.  He said both guys had participated in over 100 missions last year...can anyone top that?  It still begs the question to be answered...are these guys hogging the missions or does everyone else sit on the butts?   Also of note, one of them found an ELT in a Predator unmanned vehicle last week.  Anyone know anything about that?

They are more available than most other folks in the San Diego area. That is slowly changing as more folks get trained and become available.

Search mission 07M1302 was opened and closed 20 July 2007 for an
unregistered 406 Beacon in the San Diego area.  The ELT was located and
secured by a US CAP UDF team at General Atomics Aeronautical Systems in a Predator unmanned vehicle and secured.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SARPilotNY on July 22, 2007, 01:43:47 AM
was it crashed or what?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on July 22, 2007, 02:35:14 AM
From the wording of the message, I'm guessing that it was somewhere in the plant. They make them here.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: 0 on August 02, 2007, 04:01:54 PM
GES
GTM3
UDF
SET
MSO
MS
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: calguy on August 02, 2007, 08:08:49 PM
Had a chance to talk to a friend from CAWG this weekend and the subject of bragging right came up.  He confirmed two guys from San Diego ran  42 percent of the wings 300+ missions.  In addition to the 42 percent that they ran, they also participated in the field or in the air on a few dozen more.  They also had several distress finds too.  He said both guys had participated in over 100 missions last year...can anyone top that?  It still begs the question to be answered...are these guys hogging the missions or does everyone else sit on the butts?   Also of note, one of them found an ELT in a Predator unmanned vehicle last week.  Anyone know anything about that?
CAWG has real issues!  These two guys are running and responding to almost all the missions in So Cal!  Where are the other 300 ES personnel in So Cal?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: MIKE on August 02, 2007, 10:33:20 PM
Let's try to keep this thread on topic... Or it gets shut down.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: tvh2k on August 07, 2007, 11:17:53 AM
Well, I seem to be a bit late in the game on this one...

CUL    (Comm nerd)
GBD    (Oh boy, a wreath!)
GES
GTL    (My personal fav)
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
MRO
MS*    (Don't worry, I'm still a ground-pounder at heart)
MSA    (...and sometimes a secretary)
SET     (...or a teacher)
UDF

...hope I helped steer this thread back on topic.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: davedove on August 07, 2007, 11:33:38 AM
Here's mine:

GES
SET
UDF
GTM3* (finished the tasks and mission credit, just need final approval)
FASC*
IO*
LO*
MRO*
MSO*

Most of the trainee ones are because I went ahead and took IS 200.

I plan to work up to GTL and maybe MO.

I've only been on three missions (all training) with multiple sorties.

I guess mine needs updated:

GES
SET
UDF
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1*
GTL*
FASC*
IO*
LO*
MRO*
MSO*

I'm working on GTM1 right now, and will do GTL after that.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ricecakecm on August 22, 2007, 09:04:24 AM
*AL3
AOBD
FASC
*GBD
GES
*GTL (was qualified at one point, let it lapse)
*GTM2
GTM3
*IC3
*IO
LO
MO
MP
*MRO
MS
MSO
PSC
SET
TMP
UDF
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: dhon27 on August 22, 2007, 09:56:55 AM
One of those posts I always meant to reply to!  Better late than never.

*AOBD   
*FASC   
*FLM   
GES
GTL 
*GTM1   
GTM2
GTM3
*IO   
*LO   
MO   
MRO
MS   
MSA
*MSO   
 SET
UDF 
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ♠SARKID♠ on August 25, 2007, 02:16:04 PM
GT1*
GT2
GT3
UDF
FLM
MRO*
MSA
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAP006 on August 29, 2007, 03:51:48 PM
GT1
GT2*
*UDF
*FLM
MRO* ;D
CUL (finally got finished after 8 months)
MSA
GES

GT3 should be done in 3 to 6 months.
GTML is next so watch out. ;D

Cadet Commander
Color Guard Commander
Assestent Communications Lieason for Group3 in N.C.
CAC primary.....

Shall I continue?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: jimmydeanno on August 29, 2007, 04:07:27 PM
GT1
GT2*
*UDF
*FLM
MRO* ;D
CUL (finally got finished after 8 months)
MSA
GES

GT3 should be done in 3 to 6 months.
GTML is next so watch out. ;D

Cadet Commander
Color Guard Commander
Assestent Communications Lieason for Group3 in N.C.
CAC primary.....

Shall I continue?

Ummm...wouldn't this be:

Quote
GTM 3
GTM 2
UDF*
FLM*
MRO*
CUL
MSA
GES

GTM 1 (should be done in 3 to 6 months)
GTL is next so watch out.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAP006 on August 29, 2007, 04:15:58 PM
I had to add the other stuff to man.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: jimmydeanno on August 29, 2007, 04:23:08 PM
I was just noting that you can't get GTM 1 without 2 & 3 first...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: pixelwonk on August 29, 2007, 04:26:39 PM
Ground Team leader is GTL.
Work on UDF first though, Big Shooter.   ;)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: JC004 on August 29, 2007, 04:32:02 PM
Ground Team leader is GTL.
Work on UDF first though, Big Shooter.   ;)

UDF doesn't come with a shiny, tedda.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: TNWGDOS on August 29, 2007, 10:18:13 PM
Civil Air Patrol

Specialty Qualification Card

Fred R Koenig - Maj
Charter # SER-TN-001

This Certifies the CAP Member is qualified to
perform duties in the area shown.

CAP Form 101(E) May01 OPR/Routing: DOS
Prev. Edit will not be used after 31 Oct 01

*288648*
   

Achievement Expiration for CAPID:
288648
*AL2    
AL3    7/2008
CISM    (No Expire)
CUL    5/2009
FASC    6/2010
GBD    1/2010
GES    (No Expire)
GRM    (No Expire)
GTL    1/2010
GTM1    3/2008
GTM2    10/2007
GTM3    1/2010
*IC2    
IC3    8/2009
*IO    
   
*LO    
*LSC    
MO    9/2009
MRO    5/2009
MS    4/2010
MSA    5/2009
*MSO    
OSC    6/2008
PSC    11/2007
SET    (No Expire)
UDF    6/2008
*Indicates Supervised Trainee Status
Height    Weight    Eyes    Hair
72    236    Brown    Bald
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: RogueLeader on August 29, 2007, 11:03:32 PM
You also can't have CUL until you have MRO.  If I'm wrong, I'll eat something.  Not sure what yet, but I'll eat something.

Since I'm posting anyways:
FASC*
GES
GTL*
GTM2*
GTM3
IO*
LO*
MRO*
MSO*
SET
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CadetProgramGuy on September 03, 2007, 05:34:59 PM
^^^That's alot of training.....
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Hill CAP on September 03, 2007, 06:08:25 PM
Civil Air Patrol

Specialty Qualification Card

Fred R Koenig - Maj
Charter # SER-TN-001

This Certifies the CAP Member is qualified to
perform duties in the area shown.

CAP Form 101(E) May01 OPR/Routing: DOS
Prev. Edit will not be used after 31 Oct 01

*288648*
   

Achievement Expiration for CAPID:
288648
*AL2    
AL3    7/2008
CISM    (No Expire)
CUL    5/2009
FASC    6/2010
GBD    1/2010
GES    (No Expire)
GRM    (No Expire)
GTL    1/2010
GTM1    3/2008
GTM2    10/2007
GTM3    1/2010
*IC2    
IC3    8/2009
*IO    
   
*LO    
*LSC    
MO    9/2009
MRO    5/2009
MS    4/2010
MSA    5/2009
*MSO    
OSC    6/2008
PSC    11/2007
SET    (No Expire)
UDF    6/2008
*Indicates Supervised Trainee Status
Height    Weight    Eyes    Hair
72    236    Brown    Bald

Fred glad to see you aboard. Looks like I will be missing the staff meeting on the 18th unless I can get the number to call in on.

Your List is impressive and from what I hear your son's not far behind.

My ES Quals are

GES
SET
MRO
MS
MO
UDF

My MRO expires at the end of next month but I am sure that Maj Koenig can get me in to get it updated asap.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SDF_Specialist on September 03, 2007, 07:36:08 PM
*CUL
*FASC
  GES
*GTL
*GTM2
  GTM3
*IO
*LO
  MRO
*MS
*MSO
  SET
  UDF


I'm hoping to take out GTM2, GTL and CUL in the next few months. At least CUL anyway.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: James on September 10, 2007, 09:29:33 PM
Ok I have Been in CAP for Six Months and have just, Sept 2007)been Promoted to 2nd LT

The day after  I received my UDF,  months ago, we had our Squadron's first Find within 24 hours and we  have had a total of three missions. I am the only one to have participated in  all Missions to date.

Helped start two squadrons recruited SM member.
Secured all Cadet  Field Uniforms (BDU) from Local business
Trained 15 Cadets in B-cut
Trained 10 members in UDF

FEMA Certifications
ICS 003 15.A 0022 208 241 244 275 292 317 331 547   ???
NIMS 100 200 300 (-400) 700 800

CAP Drivers License :angel:

Communications:
B-CUT
A-CUT
CAP Station License with Call
Technician Rated Communications Officer
Emergency Comms emcomm.org Traffic Handlers Quiz   90%
Ham License General Class working on GROL
ARES TEAM MEMBER

*FASC    
*GTL    
*GTM2    
*IO    
*LO    
*LSC    
*MSO    

CUL    
GES    
GTM3    
MRO    
SET    
UDF
 :D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: kd5vid on October 02, 2007, 12:58:45 AM
Joined CAP in Jan 03 as a Cadet became a senior officer in SEP07.
Retired from Cadet Corps as a C/LtCol

My ES quals are as follows:

AOBD
CUL
FASC
FLM
FLS
GBD
GES
GTL
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
IO*
LO*
LSC
MO
MP*
MRO
MS
MSA
MSO*
OSC*
PSC*
RM
SET
TMP*
UDF

NIMS ICS Level 100, 200, 300, 400
NASAR SARTECH-2
FRO

Earned
3 SAR Ribbons
2 Find Ribbons
2 DR Ribbons w/V device

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Cadet Tillett on October 02, 2007, 07:22:59 AM
ok peeps... post your *current* ES ratings.  Meaning, whatever you've got on your 101 card. :)

You can also post the number of actual missions you've been on.

I'll post mine later.

No current ratings (except B-CUT)
I have been on two non-distress UDF missions about 2 or 3 years ago, as a UDF(t) but I never completed the tasks, and I kinda got out of the ES side of the program eventually.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: DeputyDog on October 02, 2007, 07:28:34 AM
My turn...

CUL
FASC
GBD
GES
GTL
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
LO
MO
MRO
MS
MSA
SET
UDF

*IO
*LSC
*MSO
*PSC

My immediate goal is IC3.

As for missions: 9 actual (18 sorties all together), 6 practice. 1 Save and 5 non-distress ELTs.

I can now add:

PSC
OSC
*IC3
*AL3

One more IC3 sortie and I'm an IC.

I am now an IC3.

I've gone from being only a MRO in March 2006 to becoming an IC3 last month. Not bad for 18 months.  ;D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: isuhawkeye on October 02, 2007, 09:29:37 AM
great job making IC

we certainly need more of those.

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: floridacyclist on October 15, 2007, 10:50:38 AM
SET
UDF 
GTL
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
CUL
MSA
MS
GBD   
IO   
LO
PSC   
MSO   
OSC
IC3
IC2
CISM (pending admin action)
101DR
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ammotrucker on November 06, 2007, 11:03:02 AM
I am kinda new but here go's started in March, 2007

GES
SET
UDF
GTM3
MS
MO
AOBD
PSC (Trainee)
MSO (Trainee)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SDF_Specialist on November 08, 2007, 06:59:43 PM
*CUL
*FASC
  GES
*GTL
*GTM2
  GTM3
*IO
*LO
  MRO
*MS
*MSO
  SET
  UDF


I'm hoping to take out GTM2, GTL and CUL in the next few months. At least CUL anyway.

Just wanted to update! I finally got my CUL and MS!! Now I just have to work on getting the basic essentials I need for being on crew, and start working on MO.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAPSGT on November 12, 2007, 04:04:21 PM
GES
SET
UDFT
GTM 3-1
GTL
GBD
MRO
FLM
FLS
MS

I think I'll finally update my quals on here now I guess.

IC3
AL3
OSC
PSC
AOBD
MO
MS
GBD
GTL
GTM3-1
UDFT
FLS
FLM
MRO
MSA
SET
GES
IC2-T
FASC-T
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: floridacyclist on December 24, 2007, 10:20:40 AM
I saw this the other day and was wondering how they got those dates in there.

AchievementFunctional Area Completed
Level 1ET-Senior 05 Jan 2006
CAP Pilot Rating OPS-CAPPilot 30 Nov 2007 
MRO - Mission Radio Operator OPS-Emergency_Services 15 Feb 1968 
GTM3 - Ground Team Member Level 3 OPS-Emergency_Services 09 Dec 1973 
GTM2 - Ground Team Member Level 2OPS-Emergency_Services 24 Jul 1974 
GTM1 - Ground Team Member Level 1 OPS-Emergency_Services 26 Jul 1975
GTL - Ground Team Leader OPS-Emergency_Services 02 Sep 1976
GES - General Emergency Services OPS-Emergency_Services 01 Feb 2006
SET - Skills Evaluator OPS-Emergency_Services 01 Feb 2006
AL3 - Agency Liaison Level 3OPS-Emergency_Services 04 Feb 2006
CAP ES Awards (CAPR 35-6) OPS-Emergency_Services 23 Mar 2006
LO - Liaison OfficerOPS-Emergency_Services11 May 2006
AL2 - Agency Liaison Level 2 OPS-Emergency_Services 16 May 2006
LSC - Logistics Section Chief OPS-Emergency_Services 18 Jun 2006
AL1 - Agency Liaison Level 1 OPS-Emergency_Services 24 Jun 2006
PSC - Planning Section Chief OPS-Emergency_Services 15 Jul 2006
OPS - OPSECOPS-OPSEC20 Jun 2006
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Capt M. Sherrod on December 24, 2007, 12:42:46 PM
Aside from the obvious - GTM dates prior to Level 1 Completion, how did you get qual'd as LSC without having CUL or is it just omitted from the post.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Michael on January 02, 2008, 06:26:58 PM
MRO*
SET
GTM 3
GES

Not that CAP cares on paper, but I'm an Amateur Radio Operator as well.

KC2QXH
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: EShep on January 07, 2008, 04:46:21 PM
GES, SET, MRO, CUL

Not interested in anything else other than communications. Been involved for 47 years, so I have no clue as to how many missions I've worked. Was a Mission Coordinator under the old system.
Just point me to a radio and I'm happy.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SAR-EMT1 on January 07, 2008, 05:35:31 PM
Mine:

GES
SET
GT3
UDF
GT2
GTL
GBD (T)
MRO (expired)
Scanner (T)

To this Date: Absolutely no actual missions under my belt, just SAREX's

Other:
More BS FEMA classes then I care to remember
EMT Course (National Registry + )
EMT Merit Badges -BTLS etc.
EMS Continuing Ed.
Emergency Driving Course
Fireground Essentials
HAZMAT - OPERATIONS level
(Want to take Fire 1/ 2 through USAF if AFIADL will let me)

 2.5 years towards a bachelors in History, with a minor complete in Music
1 year college towards a degree in Fire Science / Emergency Managment

And two years on the street as an EMT/FF
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: davedove on January 14, 2008, 01:46:05 PM
Here's mine:

GES
SET
UDF
GTM3* (finished the tasks and mission credit, just need final approval)
FASC*
IO*
LO*
MRO*
MSO*

Most of the trainee ones are because I went ahead and took IS 200.

I plan to work up to GTL and maybe MO.

I've only been on three missions (all training) with multiple sorties.

I guess mine needs updated:

GES
SET
UDF
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1*
GTL*
FASC*
IO*
LO*
MRO*
MSO*

I'm working on GTM1 right now, and will do GTL after that.

Another update:

GES
SET
UDF
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1

I am about to start on GTL.  All the previous trainee specialties dropped off when they changed the database.

I have been on two actual missions.  The first was a simple ELT search at the airport.  The second was an overnight site surveillance mission for a crash.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Michael on January 17, 2008, 05:25:40 PM
I posted my quals earlier.

Four missions:

One practice mission near the Catskills

One practice mission in Forestport, NY

One Comm/UDF mission just east of Lake Ontario

One Comm/UDF mission during the last NYW Comm Exercise
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ♠SARKID♠ on January 28, 2008, 12:18:22 AM
Figure its time for an update

GES
GTM1-T (The only thing I have left is sight surveillance, then I'll be fully qualified)
UDF
FLM  (Just requalled)
MRO (As soon as I can dig up some old logs, I'll be qualified.  Same for communications technical rating)
MSA

Mission Expierience
  1 missing person search
  1 non-distress ELT (found)
  1 non-distress ELT (not found)
  1 missing aircraft search (aircraft did not exist)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Pace on January 28, 2008, 03:13:24 AM
GES
SET
FLM
UDF
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
GTL
GBD
MS
MO
MSA
MRO
CUL
PSC
AOBD*
OSC*
LO*
I can't believe I never updated this:
IC3
OSC
TMP
LO
AOBD*
MP*
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: pixelwonk on January 28, 2008, 02:16:25 PM
What is the point of putting practice missions on here?  I wouldn't brag about how many practice missions I've been to.

Come to think of it, I haven't bragged about anything in this thread.
Woohoo! that deserves a donut!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: teesquared on January 28, 2008, 07:55:14 PM
FLM
GES
MO - 10 missions, 1 find
MRO
MS
MSA
SET
UDF
*AOBD
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SJFedor on January 28, 2008, 08:04:47 PM
Eh, just for giggles...


AOBD
*FASC
FLM
GES
*GTL- In progress
*GTM2
GTM3
*IO
*LO
MO
*MP-- in progress
MRO
MS
MSA
*MSO - in progress
*PSC - in progress
SET
TMP



Update:

AOBD
FLM
GES
GTL
GTM3
MO
MP
MRO
MS
MSA
OSC* (1 task, 1 operational period remaining)
PSC
SET
TMP

It doesn't show on the 101, cuz it's not an ES qual, but I'm also a MCP.

And a newly minted GA-8 driver  ;D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Matt on January 29, 2008, 01:57:23 AM
What is the point of putting practice missions on here?  I wouldn't brag about how many practice missions I've been to.

Come to think of it, I haven't bragged about anything in this thread.
Woohoo! that deserves a donut!

Yup, it does...  BTW, where were you this past weekend?  You didn't come play at Volk... that's negative... ermm... donut points
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: stillamarine on January 29, 2008, 02:12:40 AM
GES    (No Expire)
MO    1/2011
MS    5/2010
SET    (No Expire)
*UDF    1/2010
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Grumpy on January 30, 2008, 12:00:37 PM
I think this might fall under the subject of Bragging Rights.  It's an article published in the Smithonian Air & Space magazine about CAP.  Thanks to Col Ken Perris for sending it to the troops in CA Wing.

       http://airspacemag.com/issues/2008/february-march/steve_fossett.php
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Frenchie on February 22, 2008, 02:51:19 AM
GES  (No Expire)
MO  8/2010
MP  2/2010
MS  3/2010
SET  (No Expire)
TMP  (No Expire)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: addo1 on March 07, 2008, 10:11:32 AM
GES
SET

Not much, but is a good start.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: cnitas on March 07, 2008, 10:53:52 AM
Don't Think I have ever posted in this thread...

Mine is:

GBD
GTL
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
MO
MS
MRO
SET
GES
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: BigMojo on March 26, 2008, 09:50:36 PM
*update*

GES
SET
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
GTL

Had a 2 for 1 mission last week...2 ELT's within 400 yards of each other on the airport. Had both located within an hour, one shut down night of, other the next morning when I could get access to the hanger. We had three teams out on the field, 2 with L-Pers and me with my Mk4 Sniffer....the other two teams were looking in dumpsters, and walking in circles (the 2 signals were confusing them).  Again the Sniffer works it's magic leaving no shadow of a doubt what was going on.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Timothy on March 27, 2008, 11:50:11 AM
Joined CAP last month, so no missions yet.

GES
MS*
UDF*


Weee!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: c/A1C Johnson on April 02, 2008, 03:10:32 AM
hey did anyone else see my squadron on the news make that save at valley of fire heck yes go nellis the poeple on camrera are my freinds unfortanly i changed my mind not to go to that sarex witch turned into an actally mission last minute
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ♠SARKID♠ on April 02, 2008, 03:54:10 AM
hey did anyone else see my squadron on the news make that save at valley of fire heck yes go nellis the poeple on camrera are my freinds unfortanly i changed my mind not to go to that sarex witch turned into an actally mission last minute

You're squadron commander already made a thread about it.  I'll leave the locating of said thread up to you; consider it CAPTalk freshman orientation  :)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: JoeTomasone on April 02, 2008, 09:25:53 AM
OK, here's my little brag from this week.

Saturday night (really Sunday morning - 1:45am), I get the call - 121.5 in the area.  Myself and one of our Sq. Commanders form a UDF team and head out.  We first spent a bit of time checking airfields near one of the merges, then check the other out.   About .5 mile from the second merge, we get AoS - reasonably weak.  My vertical antenna on the vehicle roof is barely - if at all - picking it up, while the L-Per is doing quite well.   After chasing it for a little bit I realized that it was horizontally polarized (by rotating a portable beam I was using horizontally).   Also, the differently patterened reflections had us going in slightly wrong directions.   After a bit of negotating through neighborhoods around a lake (which of course entailed exiting out of a given neighborhood and around a bit to enter the next), we finally tracked the signal to a private home about 1.9 mi from the second merge.    At 6:30am we rang the doorbell, and when we asked the homeowner if he had an emergency beacon (perhaps from a boat?), he immediately said, "Umm..  Come on in..".    It was lying on a table in the living room.  :)

We silenced it about 2 hours after AoS - which I think was pretty good considering it was horizontal and we had to snake our way through several lakefront neighborhoods.   

Lessons learned:

The db loss on the vertical from being 90 degrees out of phase was stunning.   Parked 1 house away from the target location, I still had only 2 bars of signal strength on my mobile Yaesu.   Since we were using the Yaesu as a rough guide to determine if we were close enough to warrant stopping and determining a bearing, we wasted a bit of time.   Might have to figure out a horizontally polarized mobile antenna setup with a switching arrangement. 

My 2 element portable beam worked as well or a little better than the L-Per at determining a bearing (since I could body-null it) and at 1/7th the cost ($100 or so -  but plugged into a ham HT with a good signal meter).   

GPS is VERY handy when going through these neighborhoods.  Street Atlas on a laptop is much better since you can easily plot bearings and make notations as to your findings.   Also handy for plotting the merges and the actual location to gather statistics on the average offsets.

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: JesusFreak on April 03, 2008, 07:21:46 PM
hey did anyone else see my squadron on the news make that save at valley of fire heck yes go nellis the poeple on camrera are my freinds unfortanly i changed my mind not to go to that sarex witch turned into an actally mission last minute
I'm one of those cadets, not to brag, oh wait! I do. Anyway, the thread is called "These are my boys" for those of you who don't already know. And currently I am GES and GTM3 qualified trying to get to GTM2 at least. Go NCS!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: addo1 on April 05, 2008, 06:10:51 PM
  *update

GES
SET
GTM3
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: 0 on April 08, 2008, 09:41:19 AM
* updated

GTM 3
MS
MSO
SET
GTL(T)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Duke Dillio on April 25, 2008, 09:49:03 AM
*updated

GBD
GES
GTL
GTM-1
GTM-2
GTM-3
IS-100
IS-200
IS-700
MRO
SET
UDF

Working on getting *MS on here...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: notaNCO forever on May 05, 2008, 01:25:45 PM
UDF
GTM3
GTM2
SET

Soon to have GTM1
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAP006 on May 13, 2008, 06:01:31 PM
Well I have,

GTM3
GTM2
UDF
FLT
MRO
CUL
GES
MS
IS-100
IS-200
SET
CAC rep.
CC
CGC,

I also have,

Communtcations badge
23 missions
Commanders Commdation for safety

And Im only 16 and hav been in for about 3 years
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ltcmark on May 13, 2008, 06:50:32 PM
Here you go.  This is what 35 years gets you.  My commander (when I was a cadet) did not keep track of missions, so this does not include 7 years worth of missions.

ARM - Air Radiological Monitoring
GBD - Ground Branch Director
GES - General Emergency Services
GRM - Ground Radiological Monitoring
GTL - Ground Team Leader
GTM1 - Ground Team Member Level 1
GTM2 - Ground Team Member Level 2
GTM3 - Ground Team Member Level 3
MRO - Mission Radio Operator
SET - Skills Evaluator
UDF - Urban Direction Finding Team
IS100
 
Past qualifications

FLM - Flight Line Marshaller
FLS - Flight Line Supervisor
MO - Mission Observer
MS - Mission Scanner

Number of Actual Missions                        
SAR     DR     CN     Total
165     4        0      169

Number of Practice Missions                        
SAR     DR        CN     Total
62       25       0        87

Totals on Missions
Total Actual Sorties     309.85      
Total Practice Sorties  286.38      
Grand Total Sorties     596.23      

Participating Hours                        
Actual Missions         
Total SAR Hours Hazardous                    901.65
Total DR Hours Hazardous                      73
Total Hours Hazardous Actual                1007.15   
Total SAR Hours Non-Hazardous            444.5
Total DR Hours Non-Hazardous              20
Total CN Hours Non-Hazardous              0
Total Hours Non-Hazardous Actual         464.5
Sub Total Actual                                      1471.65

Practice Missions         
Total SAR Hours Hazardous                    792.5
Total DR Hours Hazardous                      264
Total CN Hours Hazardous                      0
Total Hours Hazardous Practice              1070.5
Total SAR Hours Non-Hazardous             106
Total DR Hours Non-Hazardous               36
Total CN Hours Non-Hazardous               0
Total Hours Non-Hazardous Practice       150
Sub Total Practice                                   1220.5
         
Grand Total Participating Hours        2,692.15

Total Finds                     
Total Actual Finds - Non Distress              75         
Total Actual Finds - Distress                     4         
Sub-Total Finds                                        79         

Total Practice Finds - Non Distress           56         
Total Practice Finds - Distress                   1         
Sub-Total Practice Finds                         57         
Grand Total Finds                                136   

Awards

Air Search and Rescue  + 30 Clasp
Find + 7 Clasp
Diaster Relief + 4 Clasp
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: DKruse on May 14, 2008, 11:05:38 AM
Well I have,

GTM3
GTM2
UDF
FLT
MRO
CUL
GES
MS
IS-100
IS-200
SET
CAC rep.
CC
CGC,

I also have,

Communtcations badge
23 missions
Commanders Commdation for safety

And Im only 16 and hav been in for about 3 years


Mission Scanner?  And you're only 16?  Something's not right here unless I'm missing something.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Pace on May 14, 2008, 11:23:53 AM
I'm willing to bet that was a typo and is supposed to have an A at the end (i.e., Mission Staff Assistant); although, a quick search in e-services to verify my guess turned up rather unusual results.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Duke Dillio on May 14, 2008, 11:24:29 PM
ruh roh raggy.... me thinks there is trouble in paradise.....
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: isuhawkeye on May 14, 2008, 11:44:28 PM
mashcraft

that is truly an impressive display
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAP006 on May 17, 2008, 08:59:39 AM
I'm willing to bet that was a typo and is supposed to have an A at the end (i.e., Mission Staff Assistant); although, a quick search in e-services to verify my guess turned up rather unusual results.

Yes. Im sorry for the confusion.  I ment to put down MSA in stead of MS.


Here you go.  This is what 35 years gets you.  My commander (when I was a cadet) did not keep track of missions, so this does not include 7 years worth of missions.

ARM - Air Radiological Monitoring
GBD - Ground Branch Director
GES - General Emergency Services
GRM - Ground Radiological Monitoring
GTL - Ground Team Leader
GTM1 - Ground Team Member Level 1
GTM2 - Ground Team Member Level 2
GTM3 - Ground Team Member Level 3
MRO - Mission Radio Operator
SET - Skills Evaluator
UDF - Urban Direction Finding Team
IS100
 
Past qualifications

FLM - Flight Line Marshaller
FLS - Flight Line Supervisor
MO - Mission Observer
MS - Mission Scanner

Number of Actual Missions                        
SAR     DR     CN     Total
165     4        0      169

Number of Practice Missions                        
SAR     DR        CN     Total
62       25       0        87

Totals on Missions
Total Actual Sorties     309.85      
Total Practice Sorties  286.38      
Grand Total Sorties     596.23      

Participating Hours                        
Actual Missions         
Total SAR Hours Hazardous                    901.65
Total DR Hours Hazardous                      73
Total Hours Hazardous Actual                1007.15   
Total SAR Hours Non-Hazardous            444.5
Total DR Hours Non-Hazardous              20
Total CN Hours Non-Hazardous              0
Total Hours Non-Hazardous Actual         464.5
Sub Total Actual                                      1471.65

Practice Missions         
Total SAR Hours Hazardous                    792.5
Total DR Hours Hazardous                      264
Total CN Hours Hazardous                      0
Total Hours Hazardous Practice              1070.5
Total SAR Hours Non-Hazardous             106
Total DR Hours Non-Hazardous               36
Total CN Hours Non-Hazardous               0
Total Hours Non-Hazardous Practice       150
Sub Total Practice                                   1220.5
         
Grand Total Participating Hours        2,692.15

Total Finds                     
Total Actual Finds - Non Distress              75         
Total Actual Finds - Distress                     4         
Sub-Total Finds                                        79         

Total Practice Finds - Non Distress           56         
Total Practice Finds - Distress                   1         
Sub-Total Practice Finds                         57         
Grand Total Finds                                136   

Awards

Air Search and Rescue  + 30 Clasp
Find + 7 Clasp
Diaster Relief + 4 Clasp


WOW DUDE!!!!!!!!!!!  :o Thats some major bragging rights man.  WOW :clap:


Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Stonewall on May 17, 2008, 10:55:44 AM
mashcraft

that is truly an impressive display

Wait till you meet him person, he's like the Hulk, but not so green.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ltcmark on May 18, 2008, 07:27:47 PM
Thanks guys.  I do not know if it is just being blessed or that I am just crazy for getting out of bed at 2 am.  Either way, it has been interesting. 

When I was Squadron Commander, I had not updated my ribbon rack in some time.  I sent a 2a to the Wing Commander to sign, to catch up on my clasp for the SAR ribbon.  The Wing Commander was a little sceptical about signing a 2a for "27" clasp.   I sent him a copy of my mission log spreadsheet. ;D  I got the 2a back the next day - signed.

Stonewall - I still have the challange coin you gave me.  Those little acts of kindness really mean a lot.

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: isuhawkeye on May 18, 2008, 10:09:22 PM
I just upgraded to my General Ham Liscense

73's

see you on the air
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ltcmark on May 19, 2008, 06:49:11 PM
I just upgraded to my General Ham Liscense

73's

see you on the air

Congrats from WB9YQF
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Duke Dillio on May 19, 2008, 07:21:14 PM
17 years in CAP and no actual finds.  Lots of practice finds though.....
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: proveritas on June 19, 2008, 03:10:09 PM
Wow, pretty impressive, mashcraft. I'm jealous. ;) (Your area seems disaster-prone though!)

Mine  :P :
MS
GES
ICS 100, 200, 700, 800

(Also Red Cross introductory shelter ops stuff + first aid/CPR, CERT, and General-class ham license.) 
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Captain Morgan on July 19, 2008, 12:31:24 AM
AL3
AOBD
GES
GTM3
IC3
IO
LO
MO
MP
MRO
MS
MSA
MSO
OSC
PSC
TMP
UDF
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Ronnel Llama Alfred, 1st Lt, C.A.P. on July 27, 2008, 06:53:24 PM
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
MSA
SET
UDF

i still have 2 pending
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Michael on August 11, 2008, 07:15:41 PM
I just upgraded to my General Ham Liscense

73's

see you on the air

Congrats from WB9YQF

Congrats!

73 de KC2QXH
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Phil Hirons, Jr. on August 16, 2008, 03:27:40 PM
*AL3
GBD 
GES 
GTL 
GTM1 
GTM2
GTM3
*IC2
IC3
MO
MS
MSA
*MSO
OSC
PSC
SET
UDF
 
IS100
IS200
ICS300
ICS400
IS700
IS800

Maj Phil Hirons, Jr.
RIWG DOS
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: drcomm on August 16, 2008, 03:35:57 PM
I just upgraded to my General Ham Liscense

73's

see you on the air

Congratulations!  Time to start working on the Extra?

73

KA5OWI
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Ozzy on August 16, 2008, 11:24:20 PM
GES
GTM3
GTM2* <-- Everything is done, just need to find the people to sign me for the missions that I've already done
GTL*  <-- Not going to work on til GTM1 is completed to hone my skills first... have this for those SAReXs where they need a GTL
FLM*  <-- Everything done except 1 mission and a talking to about refueling an airplane
SET

IS-100
IS-XXX - Working on 200, searching for the other classes

And Lastly, I'm working on getting the Emergency Services Badge. Once I finish that, I may wear the badge and once I turn to the dark side (For the cookies!), I can have already a tech rating and be working towards the senior rating of it.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SJFedor on August 17, 2008, 02:46:37 AM
GES
GTM3
GTM2* <-- Everything is done, just need to find the people to sign me for the missions that I've already done
GTL*  <-- Not going to work on til GTM1 is completed to hone my skills first... have this for those SAReXs where they need a GTL
FLM*  <-- Everything done except 1 mission and a talking to about refueling an airplane
SET

IS-100
IS-XXX - Working on 200, searching for the other classes

And Lastly, I'm working on getting the Emergency Services Badge. Once I finish that, I may wear the badge and once I turn to the dark side (For the cookies!), I can have already a tech rating and be working towards the senior rating of it.

The dark side does not eat cookies.

...they're donuts.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: 0 on August 18, 2008, 08:40:24 AM
GES
GTL
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
UDF
MS
MO
MSO
ICS 100
ICS 200
ICS 700
ICS 800


GES
GTM3
GTM2* <-- Everything is done, just need to find the people to sign me for the missions that I've already done
GTL*  <-- Not going to work on til GTM1 is completed to hone my skills first... have this for those SAReXs where they need a GTL
FLM*  <-- Everything done except 1 mission and a talking to about refueling an airplane
SET

IS-100
IS-XXX - Working on 200, searching for the other classes

And Lastly, I'm working on getting the Emergency Services Badge. Once I finish that, I may wear the badge and once I turn to the dark side (For the cookies!), I can have already a tech rating and be working towards the senior rating of it.

The dark side does not eat cookies.

...they're donuts.

My unit dithced the donuts and went to the cookies.  They last longer than the donuts.   ;D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAPSGT on August 19, 2008, 01:46:07 PM
Update:

IC2
IC3
AL3
OSC
PSC
AOBD
MO
MS
GBD
GTL
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
UDFT
FLS
FLM
MRO
MSA
SET
GES
FASC-T
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: N Harmon on August 19, 2008, 02:16:58 PM
GES
GTL
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
UDF
MS
MO
MSO
ICS 100
ICS 200
ICS 700
ICS 800

I think you missed one.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: chiles on August 19, 2008, 03:07:47 PM
My stuff.  Not a thing that's CAP specific though I'd like opinions on where I could be used in the future.

Homeland Security Exercise Evaluation Program (HSEEP)
National Mass Fatalities Institute Introduction to Mass Fatalities

IS 001 Emergency Manager: An Orientation to the Position
IS 003 Radiological Emergency Management
IS 005.A An Introduction to Hazardous Materials
IS 015.A Special Events Contingency Planning for Public Safety Agencies
IS 100.HC Introduction to Incident Command Systems, I 100 for Health Care/Hospitals
IS 120 An Orientation to Community Disaster Exercises
IS 139 Exercise Design
IS 195 Basic Incident Command Systems (Dept of Homeland Security)
IS 200 ICS of Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
IS 200.HC Applying ICS to Healthcare Organizations, I-200 for Health Care/Hospitals
IS 208 State Disaster Management
IS 230 Principles of Emergency Management (Dept of Homeland Security)
IS 235 Emergency Planning (Dept of Homeland Security)
IS 240 Leadership and Influence (Dept of Homeland Security)
IS 241 Decision Making and Problem Solving
IS 242 Effective Communication
IS 244 Developing and Managing Volunteers
IS 288 Role of Voluntary Agencies in Emergency Management
IS 317 Introduction to Community Emergency Response Team
IS 346 Hazardous Materials for Medical Personnel
IS 547 Introduction to Continuity of Operations
IS 650 Building Partnerships in Tribal Communities
IS 700 National Incident Management System
IS 800.A National Response Plan

Masters Course Work (Masters in Integrated Homeland Security Management with a focus in Public Health Readiness):
IHSM 611: Critical National Infrastructure/A
IHSM 612: Planning, Prevention, and Management of Risk/A
IHSM 614: Team Building and Leadership/A
IHSM 620: Introduction to Information Assurance/A
IHSM 631: Mental Health Emergency Preparedness and Response/A
IHSM 632: Bioterrorism and Public Health Emergency Response Preparedness/A
IHSM 640: US Homeland Security Policy/A
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Short Field on August 19, 2008, 06:21:29 PM
Got back from NESA and renewed a few things

AOBD  8/2011
CUL  8/2011
FASC  8/2011
GES  (No Expire)
GTM3  10/2010
IC2  8/2011
IC3  8/2011
IO  8/2011
LO  8/2011
LSC  8/2011
MFC  8/2011
MO  8/2011
MP  8/2010
MRO  8/2011
MS  8/2011
MSA  8/2011
OSC  8/2011
PSC  8/2011
SET  (No Expire)
TMP  (No Expire)
 
CD Qualified 1/2010

IS100  (No Expire)
IS200  (No Expire)
ICS300  (No Expire)
ICS400  (No Expire)
IS700  (No Expire)
IS800  (No Expire)
 
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SJFedor on September 02, 2008, 08:53:20 AM
Got back from NESA and renewed a few things

AOBD  8/2011
CUL  8/2011
FASC  8/2011
GES  (No Expire)
GTM3  10/2010
IC2  8/2011
IC3  8/2011
IO  8/2011
LO  8/2011
LSC  8/2011
MFC  8/2011
MO  8/2011
MP  8/2010
MRO  8/2011
MS  8/2011
MSA  8/2011
OSC  8/2011
PSC  8/2011
SET  (No Expire)
TMP  (No Expire)
 
CD Qualified 1/2010

IS100  (No Expire)
IS200  (No Expire)
ICS300  (No Expire)
ICS400  (No Expire)
IS700  (No Expire)
IS800  (No Expire)
 

Added that nice, new shiny MP rating too, hmm?  :P
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ol'fido on September 02, 2008, 08:04:57 PM
Under the old system I was:

GTM
GTL
FLO
MRo
and Last but not least I was GOD!

That's Ground Ops Director.

Now I am just a:

GSA

but I am working to get requalified in some less strenuous specialties. I ran around in the woods and made midnight dashes through airplane hangars for 25+ years. Time for something a little more genteel.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: jimmydeanno on November 05, 2008, 12:37:41 PM
mine...

GES
SET
MO
MS
GTM 2
GTM 3
UDF
MRO
MSA

Missions: 26 actual - 26 non-distress finds, all ground team.  I have never had air support on a SAR mission...

UPDATE:

GES
GTL
GTM-3
GTM-2
MO*
MRO
MSA
SET
UDF

IS-100, IS-200, IS-700, IS-800

My MS and MO qualifications lapsed.  I've been focused on developing our squadron's ground team.  However, I just finished my GTL qualification.  Too many qualifications, too little time.

Oh, and I need to +1 on my missions. 

27 Missions
26 Non-distress finds
1 Mission Staff
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CAP006 on November 15, 2008, 11:04:56 AM
Well I have,

GTM3
GTM2
UDF
FLT
MRO
CUL
GES
MSA
IS-100
IS-200
SET
CAC rep.
CC
CGC,

I also have,

Communtcations badge
23 missions
Commanders Commdation for safety

And Im only 16 and hav been in for about 3 years


And just to add to it,

IS-700
IS-800
GTM 1
Cadet ES Officer of my Squadron
Cadet Communications Officer of my Squadron
and I now have a total of 28 finds out of 31 missions  :)

(I work to much haha)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: MSgt Van on November 15, 2008, 12:21:42 PM
ARCHOPR
GES
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
MO   
MRO
MS   
SET
IS100
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: dtpugs on November 18, 2008, 02:55:15 AM
FLM    
GES    
*GTL
*GTM1    
*GTM2    
GTM3    
MRO    
*MSA    
SET    
UDF    
IS100    

Mission #'s- 07-M-1784; 08-M-0894; There is one other one but I can't find the Mission #
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: flyerthom on December 05, 2008, 03:56:35 PM
As of today Certified Flight Registered Nurse CFRN!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: addo1 on December 05, 2008, 04:06:05 PM
FLM*
GES
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
MRO
MSA*
SET
UDF*
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: addo1 on December 05, 2008, 04:08:19 PM
FLM    
GES    
*GTL
*GTM1    
*GTM2
   
GTM3    
MRO    
*MSA    
SET    
UDF    
IS100    

Mission #'s- 07-M-1784; 08-M-0894; There is one other one but I can't find the Mission #

... Just a question. How can you have GTM1* when you you only have GTM2 trainee?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eclipse on December 05, 2008, 04:13:18 PM
MS

MSA
MRO
UDF
GTM3/2/1
GTL
GBD

IS100/200/300

(yeah, I know, the clock is ticking on 700/800)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: notaNCO forever on December 08, 2008, 10:23:43 AM
GTM 1,2,3
UDF
SET
IS 100
GTL in 4 months
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Larry Mangum on December 08, 2008, 02:55:05 PM
IC2
IC3
AL2
AL3
OSC
PSC
LSC
FASC
GBD
AOBD
IO
MO
MS
CUL
GTL
GTM3
UDF
MSA
MRO
MSO
LO
ICS 100
ICS 200
ICS 300
ICS 400
ICS 700
ICS 800
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SilverEagle2 on December 08, 2008, 04:46:08 PM
ARCHOPR
GES
*MO
*MP
MS
SET
TMP
CD Qualified
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: jimmydeanno on December 08, 2008, 05:07:28 PM
Our squadron desperately needed someone to take on the Ground side of our ES staff about 6 months ago.  Unfortunately my Observer and Scanner quals lapsed because of my "new" focus...

UDF
GTM, 1, 2, 3
GTL
MSA
MRO
SET
IS 100, 200, 700, 800
MS*
MO*

However, I'm not mad because in the last 6 months we've trained 14 cadets to GTM-3 and a few to GTM-2.  They're a good group and more are showing up to each ES activity. Now...if I could just get them to take IS-700... :)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SJFedor on December 16, 2008, 04:14:05 AM
As of today Certified Flight Registered Nurse CFRN!

Yay! congrats!!!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: davedove on January 05, 2009, 05:32:24 PM
Another update:

GES
SET
UDF
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1

I am about to start on GTL.  All the previous trainee specialties dropped off when they changed the database.

I have been on two actual missions.  The first was a simple ELT search at the airport.  The second was an overnight site surveillance mission for a crash.

Another update:  the folks at Wing finally decided I was cool enough and approved my GTL rating.

Plus, I've been on three more actuals:
A missing person search, another ELT at an airport, and another crash site surveillance.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Ranger75 on February 09, 2009, 11:34:00 PM
After three-years of focused effort, I just received the Wing CC's sign-off for IC3. 
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: IceNine on February 12, 2009, 07:10:06 PM
 :clap:

I'm sure that was no easy task, and we are always in need of a few good IC's

Congrats
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Short Field on March 06, 2009, 07:48:00 PM
I have been in CAP for 38 months .  My Wilson award was approved today.

AOBD 
CUL   
FASC
GES   
*GTL
GTM3
IC2 
IC3 
IO 
LO   
LSC
MFC
MO   
MP   
MRO
MS   
MSA
OSC
PSC 
SET   
TMP   
 
CD Qualified 

IS100 
IS200 
ICS300   
ICS400   
IS700   
IS800 
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Grumpy on March 07, 2009, 02:22:23 AM
Does a Master rating in "Good Ol' Boy" count.   :angel:
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: BTCS1* on April 06, 2009, 10:28:21 PM
GES
IS100
IS200
IS700
SET
UDF*
GTM3*
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eagle 1 on May 15, 2009, 10:39:32 PM
*sigh*
Looking at some of these lists, I gotta include the tests :D

GES
GTM3
*MSA
UDF
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800

I should try for MRO too, I love being on comms.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: skiblandford on July 10, 2009, 02:53:13 PM
im getting my 101 card to night to i guess nothing yet but there soon will be
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: notaNCO forever on July 10, 2009, 02:55:36 PM
Update
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
GTL
UDF
SET
IS 100, 200, 700
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: proveritas on August 08, 2009, 05:57:56 PM
Update...
GES
MS
GTM3* (pending first aid/CPR recert)
IS 100, 200, 700, 800, 809
State-cert wilderness SAR team leader
Red Cross mass care, shelter ops, etc.

Going for state signcutting (man tracking) next month...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CadetProgramGuy on August 09, 2009, 12:04:10 AM
I have been in CAP for 38 months .  My Wilson award was approved today.

AOBD 
CUL   
FASC
GES   
*GTL
GTM3
IC2 
IC3 
IO 
LO   
LSC
MFC
MO   
MP   
MRO
MS   
MSA
OSC
PSC 
SET   
TMP   
 
CD Qualified 

IS100 
IS200 
ICS300   
ICS400   
IS700   
IS800

38 Months to the Wilson?  There's gotta be a Professional Promotion in there somewhere....

Outstanding job!!!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: addo1 on August 11, 2009, 12:01:23 PM
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
GES
SET
IS 100
IS 200
IS 700
IS 800
FLM
MSA
MRO
UDF

 For my GTL, I am waiting time-in-age. :)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Polecat on August 16, 2009, 10:21:49 PM
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
GES
SET
IS 100
IS 700
FLM
*MSA
MRO
UDF
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SJFedor on August 17, 2009, 04:41:51 AM
I have been in CAP for 38 months .  My Wilson award was approved today.

AOBD 
CUL   
FASC
GES   
*GTL
GTM3
IC2 
IC3 
IO 
LO   
LSC
MFC
MO   
MP   
MRO
MS   
MSA
OSC
PSC 
SET   
TMP   
 
CD Qualified 

IS100 
IS200 
ICS300   
ICS400   
IS700   
IS800

38 Months to the Wilson?  There's gotta be a Professional Promotion in there somewhere....

Outstanding job!!!

He's got some prior military in there...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: coolkites on August 19, 2009, 11:33:51 PM
IS-100
IS-700
ESF #1 (IS-801)
ESF #2 (IS-802)
ESF #5 (IS-805)
ESF #6 (IS-806)
ESF #9 (IS-809)
ESF #10 (IS-810)
GES
SET
*MRO
*MSA
*FLM
*GTM
*UDF
*WS

Ya I'm doing a ridiculous amount of training
have been on several SAREXES including one that turned into a real mission. The Becker picked up a hit while we where returning the 182 to its correct base
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Polecat on August 20, 2009, 04:12:09 PM
ESF #1 (IS-801)
ESF #2 (IS-802)
ESF #5 (IS-805)
ESF #6 (IS-806)
ESF #9 (IS-809)
ESF #10 (IS-810)
*WS

If you don't mind me asking, have they started adding these to the 101 recently?  And how can you get *WS if one of the prerequisites is mission scanner?  Correct me if I am wrong but don't you have all prerequisites in order to obtain trainee status?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: coolkites on August 21, 2009, 06:43:57 PM
those are not test required (by my knowledge) for anything CAP related but I saw somebody else list there ESF #9 and figured that I might as well list the ones I have passed. I repeat these are not required for anything CAP I tock them because I was bored and felt like it.

I Listed *WS because that is something I am hoping to start eventually I shouldn't have listed that I guess sorry
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Brownsville on September 06, 2009, 10:53:19 PM
GTM1
MRO

Oh and did I mention that I'm a member of the number 1 ground team in the nation.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Major Carrales on September 06, 2009, 10:58:34 PM
GTM1
MRO

Oh and did I mention that I'm a member of the number 1 ground team in the nation.

You must be talking about SWR-TX-091.  Never fear...SWR-TX-026 is taking steps to follow in your footsteps.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: coolkites on September 07, 2009, 10:27:17 PM
Hmm do I sense a rivalry here. (rivalry is good it keeps everyone working harder)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Major Carrales on September 07, 2009, 10:31:12 PM
Hmm do I sense a rivalry here. (rivalry is good it keeps everyone working harder)

Not so much rivalry as it is good ole friendship.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eclipse on September 07, 2009, 10:40:27 PM
GTM1
MRO

Oh and did I mention that I'm a member of the number 1 ground team in the nation.

You must be from Illinois, then.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Major Carrales on September 07, 2009, 10:49:34 PM
GTM1
MRO

Oh and did I mention that I'm a member of the number 1 ground team in the nation.

You must be from Illinois, then.

No, but he does need to make sure that he can BRIDGE the WATERS between his and other units.  ;)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eclipse on September 07, 2009, 10:58:18 PM
GTM1
MRO

Oh and did I mention that I'm a member of the number 1 ground team in the nation.

You must be from Illinois, then.

No, but he does need to make sure that he can BRIDGE the WATERS between his and other units.  ;)

Got it. He also didn't say which nation, so there's that as well...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: BTCS1* on February 17, 2010, 01:48:42 AM
IS-100
IS-700
ESF #1 (IS-801)
ESF #2 (IS-802)
ESF #5 (IS-805)
ESF #6 (IS-806)
ESF #9 (IS-809)
ESF #10 (IS-810)
GES
SET
*MRO
*MSA
*FLM
*GTM
*UDF
*WS

Ya I'm doing a ridiculous amount of training
have been on several SAREXES including one that turned into a real mission. The Becker picked up a hit while we where returning the 182 to its correct base
1. Last I checked you can only train in 3 specialties at one time.
2. I now am GTM3 and UDF qualfied!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on February 17, 2010, 04:41:31 AM
The training in only three specialties ended when paper 101Ts went away, a bunch of years ago. Currently there is no limitation, and until they fixed the software, having a signoff for a common task would turn you on as a trainee in anything that required that task (BCUT comes to mind).
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: BTCS1* on February 18, 2010, 12:56:42 AM
I did not know that, thanks for the info! Now which other specialties to train in... Hmmmm...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Pingree1492 on February 23, 2010, 07:45:38 PM
The training in only three specialties ended when paper 101Ts went away, a bunch of years ago. Currently there is no limitation, and until they fixed the software, having a signoff for a common task would turn you on as a trainee in anything that required that task (BCUT comes to mind).

No, it doesn't.  You still need commander approval to be listed as a trainee in each specialty. 

The system WILL carry over individual task sign-offs for all specialties that share that common task.  But it doesn't automatically make you a trainee for that specialty.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on February 23, 2010, 07:52:00 PM
Yeah, I thought about that after I posted it, and then didn't feel like changing it.

When the system first came online, it actually worked that way, but when they added the commander's validation after each qual segment (Pre req, and Fam & Prep), it went away.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Christensen on March 14, 2010, 01:14:12 AM
For what it counts:
GES
GTM3

Our squad has NEVER gone on a search and rescue. all the ones our wing gets (which is rarely) are down south (i'm in very north end). so even if we were asked to come down it'd be hard.  So i have no real experinces under my belt. maybe some day :)

C/2dLt Kelsi Christensen
Cache Valley Composite Sqadron
RMR-UT-049
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: jimmydeanno on March 16, 2010, 08:44:17 PM
Our squad has NEVER gone on a search and rescue. all the ones our wing gets (which is rarely) are down south (i'm in very north end). so even if we were asked to come down it'd be hard.  So i have no real experinces under my belt. maybe some day :)

I for one hope that you never have the opportunity to have to deploy what you've learned.  Kind of like hoping someone will get in a car accident so you can save their life...good job though on getting your training going!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: BTCS1* on March 20, 2010, 10:32:23 PM
Personaly, I always (in the back of my head) hope for a non-distress ELT to go off. Then again, its distress untill you find it and see its non-distress...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: davidb1986 on May 13, 2010, 04:49:40 AM
I'm about to rejoin but before I left CAP I had:

GTL
GTM 2,3
MRO
UDF
SET
FLM*
GTM1*

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Wolfman21 on May 13, 2010, 01:29:19 PM
CERT*
FLM*
UDF*
GTM3*
MSA*
SET
GES
IS-100 and 700
cert for SDIS
ive been on 3 ELT missions and 1 DR Pres. declare Mission
all i need for FLM UDF GTM 3 and to get trainee stat for some others is BCUT
congratson all of your quals and a big thanks to all CAP cadets and senior members  to all who serve proudly and selflessly along with the helpful support of their family friends and all who contribute   :clap:  8)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Wolfman21 on May 14, 2010, 10:40:25 AM
GTM1
MRO

Oh and did I mention that I'm a member of the number 1 ground team in the nation.

You must be talking about SWR-TX-091.  Never fear...SWR-TX-026 is taking steps to follow in your footsteps.

KY-216 has bragging rights for FASTEST FIND OF AN ELT if ANYONE has beat our recently set record of 15 MINUTES tell me and by the way we have the bragging rights for ever on  finding an ELT in 15 minutes in one of the best and most secret and crowed places on an airfield.....Ft. Campbell and it was the 19th ASOS (160th for the ones familiar with them)  and anyone who knows them knows what its like there. 8) but can't say anymore bout them like i said there very protective bout what people that's been there say :-X sorry :-\
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: a2capt on May 14, 2010, 10:47:49 AM
The speed to find an ELT is hardly debatable, considering there are so many variables involved. The call, the launch,  getting on scene, etc.

IE, in most scenarios it takes 15 minutes just for the WMAO to record the call from AFRCC and call the first or second IC.

Oh, so you're on "scene" already, thats like getting a first class seat on The Amazing Race, of course you're going to get there "in record time". Normally, it even takes about 15 minutes to get from a front gate to a flight line on a military base, maybe even 15 minutes from the security check at the flight line entrance.

So... ;-)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Wolfman21 on May 14, 2010, 07:58:40 PM
well the 160th knows us all to well so we just have to go to base ops and have them call the 160 to tell them were comming and we just pull up, get an escort and go straight to a hanger of our guess and were usealy right within the first 2 guesses but from the time (which was convienite since we were just done with a meeting and we were still all togather) we got the call from the IC to the time we found it was about 30 mins cause it only took us 5- 10 mins to get out there and start so it was a record and praise from the AFRCC for not useing much fuel or time and well to make a funny the guy out there said "I was running around resetting the ELT's and then calling base ops to see if it was still going off for 6 HOURS"....WHAT WAS HE USEING......HIS CELL PHONE???????  :clap: it was the highlight of the year  ;D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on May 14, 2010, 09:33:32 PM
How about some punctuation there. And some uppercase letters at the beginning of the currently non-existing sentences.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Wolfman21 on May 14, 2010, 11:04:07 PM
Sorry, got in a little hurry there. I'll slow down and reread what I write befor i post.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: griffininga on May 31, 2010, 05:42:38 PM
GES
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
CAP116
CAP117
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: CCAlex on June 07, 2010, 12:55:38 AM
GES
ICS 100
ICS 700
UDF trainee
MRO trainee
CAPT 116
CAPT 117 1,2,3
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: rjfoxx on June 12, 2010, 03:56:34 PM
My turn now...

IS100, IS200, ICS300, ICS400, IS700, IS800, SET, GES, CERT, MSA, CAP 116, CAP 117 (1,2 & 3), MRO(T), CUL(T), LSC(T)

Coming soon for me:  1st Lt (1 Aug), Squadron DC (12 Aug), Level III (1 Sep) :clap:
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: BTCS1* on June 21, 2010, 05:20:46 PM
Just got my GTM2 and MRO
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: davis on July 24, 2010, 03:49:12 AM
GES
IS100
IS200
IS700
CAP116
CAP117
GTM3
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ♠SARKID♠ on August 02, 2010, 03:58:50 PM
Bout time for an update methinks

FLM
MRO
GTM1*
GTL*
UDF
MSA
MS by mid August
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: GTCommando on September 07, 2010, 11:32:19 PM
OK, here's what I have:

GES
IS100
IS700
GTM1(T)
GTM2
SET
UDF

Gonna try to get MRO, MSA and FLM to boot.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: BTCS1* on September 13, 2010, 12:30:58 AM
Update:
I am now a GTM1 and a graduate of the LIGSAR Academy(ligsar.org , that's me doing the c spine stabilization on the home page!)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Capt Ford on September 13, 2010, 05:35:34 AM
FLM
GTM3
UDF
MRO (Trainee)
GTL (Trainee)

I've been on three real UDF missions and a Counterdrug mission
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: HGjunkie on September 13, 2010, 04:22:32 PM
GES
IC100
Almost done with GTM3, gotta do a training mission, ROA, and IC700
First aid
CPR
AED
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: HGjunkie on September 13, 2010, 04:23:58 PM
well the 160th knows us all to well so we just have to go to base ops and have them call the 160 to tell them were comming and we just pull up, get an escort and go straight to a hanger of our guess and were usealy right within the first 2 guesses but from the time (which was convienite since we were just done with a meeting and we were still all togather) we got the call from the IC to the time we found it was about 30 mins cause it only took us 5- 10 mins to get out there and start so it was a record and praise from the AFRCC for not useing much fuel or time and well to make a funny the guy out there said "I was running around resetting the ELT's and then calling base ops to see if it was still going off for 6 HOURS"....WHAT WAS HE USEING......HIS CELL PHONE???????  :clap: it was the highlight of the year  ;D
What. The. Fudge. Am I reading.  :o
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Sgt.Pain on November 15, 2010, 01:06:09 PM
Not much to brag about but I have

GES
GT3
FLM
 :o
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: PilotBillFromTexas on November 28, 2010, 08:52:40 PM
*AOBD   
GES
MO
MP
MS
MSA
SET
TMP
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: sleepyboyd on January 07, 2011, 11:37:31 PM
*AOBD
AP
MS
MO
MP
TMP
MRO
MSA
GTM1
GTL
UDF
IS100
IS200
ICS300
IS700
IS800
GES
SET
WS
CD
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ks_cap_cadet on January 11, 2011, 03:31:06 PM
I have...

GT3
MRO
ICS 100, 700
GES

No missions... yet
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: sarmaster2 on January 31, 2011, 06:20:21 PM
On my 101 card, I'm a MSA, UDF trainee and a MS trainee.  In real life, I'm a graduate of Nationsl SAR School, a Mission Coordinator, a Transport Pilot, An Air Operations Officer, A ground Team Leader, A Communications Officer, An Information Officer, An itelligence Officer and I have over 250 operational missions I have over 100 finds. I have shut off over 25 ELT"s on my own.  I have been a Squadron CC, a Group CC and a Wing Air Operations Officer.  I was a Cadet in the 1960's and due to military service did not re-join until the latr 1980"s
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: chickenjoe on March 09, 2011, 10:48:44 PM
Ok I just got my 101

IS 100
CAP 116
CAP 117

........I know lame right lol BUT I am working on getting my GTM3
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ES Ninja on March 16, 2011, 11:03:34 AM
Okay, so here's what I have:

GES (duh, if you have a 101 card, you'll have GES)
GTM1
GTL
FLM
FLS
MRO
SET
UDF
ACUT
IS-100
IS-200
IS-700
IS-800

I'm also qualified by the state of Virginia as a field team leader.

I did NBB, so that counts as one mission, but I got my ten sorties for the SAR ribbon there. Other than that, I've been GTL on two real missions, and at one USAF SAREVAL (and I won't count training missions or airshows).
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: manfredvonrichthofen on March 31, 2011, 01:40:24 PM
Just added GTM2 and GTL to my list.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: mclarke on April 18, 2011, 05:19:18 PM
ICS 100, 200, 700, 800
SET
GES
---------------
hopefully before encampment I will have my GTM3, although, unlikely.
Would also like to get FLM.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: McCauley, A on April 27, 2011, 08:57:11 PM
BCUT
FLM
GES
GTM 1 Trainee
GTM 2
GTM 3
IS 100
IS 200
IS 700
IS 800
MRO
MSA Trainee
SET
UDF

I've been on 8 official missions, 6 non-distress finds, 1 distressed find. 
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: jeders on April 28, 2011, 09:26:08 AM
hopefully before encampment I will have my GTM3, although, unlikely.
Would also like to get FLM.

WIWAC my (now) wife and I were the only basics out of 300 with GT badges. Felt kinda good.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Rowan on May 11, 2011, 01:40:18 PM
I got my Level III today.    ;D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ThatOneGuy on May 23, 2011, 03:29:14 PM
I'm sad all I got so far are these:  :'(
ACUT
GES

I'm hoping to get more by the end of the summer, once I get done wtih finals.  8)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Skydude61 on May 23, 2011, 03:45:00 PM
Umm.....

Wow,
IS 100, 200, 700, 800
GES.

I feel rather pathetic now... :-[
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: airdale12 on June 30, 2011, 11:12:34 PM
ACUT
GES   
*GTM3
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
SET
*UDF
R2
R3
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: cap235629 on June 30, 2011, 11:23:03 PM
ACUT
GES   
*GTM3
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
SET
*UDF
R2
R3

R2? R3?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: airdale12 on July 01, 2011, 12:14:50 AM
ACUT
GES   
*GTM3
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
SET
*UDF
R2
R3

R2? R3?

Ranger 3rd and 2nd
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: cap235629 on July 01, 2011, 01:11:26 AM
ACUT
GES   
*GTM3
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
SET
*UDF
R2
R3

R2? R3?

Ranger 3rd and 2nd

What is that? It isn't a FEMA, State or CAP rating. Were you in the Army or maybe the youngest law enforcement expert in Texas?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: airdale12 on July 01, 2011, 01:38:20 AM
ACUT
GES   
*GTM3
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
SET
*UDF
R2
R3

R2? R3?

Ranger 3rd and 2nd

What is that? It isn't a FEMA, State or CAP rating. Were you in the Army or maybe the youngest law enforcement expert in Texas?

HA HA HA very funny CAPT, I cant believe to the level people get in these forums.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: a2capt on July 01, 2011, 02:28:48 AM
Well, R2D2 ... means nada on the ES. I do believe this was about what your ES card shows, not the parallel universe ratings that mean nothing outside of that realm. Especially when they are not signed off.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: airdale12 on July 01, 2011, 02:33:52 AM
You know what Im tired of all ur bull[mess]! I wish I could delete this account but it doesnt let me!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Spaceman3750 on July 01, 2011, 02:54:49 AM
Well, R2D2 ... means nada on the ES. I do believe this was about what your ES card shows, not the parallel universe ratings that mean nothing outside of that realm. Especially when they are not signed off.

This...

(http://img10.imageshack.us/img10/107/r2d2hmrs.jpg)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: AirDX on July 01, 2011, 03:01:58 AM
I'll play the game, but I'm only putting down what's on my 101 that I'm actually proficient at:

MRO
MSO

Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: airdale12 on July 01, 2011, 11:07:26 AM
Well, R2D2 ... means nada on the ES. I do believe this was about what your ES card shows, not the parallel universe ratings that mean nothing outside of that realm. Especially when they are not signed off.

This...

(http://img10.imageshack.us/img10/107/r2d2hmrs.jpg)

Like it or not there is still going to be rangers in CAP and no matter what they do we will still have the tittle!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: a2capt on July 01, 2011, 11:51:24 AM
"rangers" are fine. It's the attitude that comes from it a lot of the time thats not. You are a 'ranger', you are NOT special. A 'ranger' will not show up on my mission with the holier than thou attitude and expect me to move out of the way or bow down to it just because they went to some week long course that gave them a title that is not anywhere else in the structure.

Yup, it's very simple. The funny thing is along the way I've met some that have become experts at it, gone back and staffed, and participate in the system well. They cite the time spent in the mountains of PA as worthwhile, and they learned from it. They learned a lot. They don't go around beating a drum shoving it in everyones face and complaining that everything else is pointless, stupid or a waste of time.

Not much to brag about, otherwise: I do what I can, where I can. Cadet programs seems to have crept into the forefront in my vicinity ..

UDF
MRO
CUL that needs FEMA classes and can't find the time to do it.
MP that needs a Form 5/91 because real life got in the way.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eclipse on July 01, 2011, 12:13:46 PM
MS

MSA
MRO
UDF
GTM3/2/1
GTL
GBD

IS100/200/300/400/700/800

(Just got the 400 cert in email)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: airdale12 on July 01, 2011, 12:43:22 PM
"rangers" are fine. It's the attitude that comes from it a lot of the time thats not. You are a 'ranger', you are NOT special. A 'ranger' will not show up on my mission with the holier than thou attitude and expect me to move out of the way or bow down to it just because they went to some week long course that gave them a title that is not anywhere else in the structure.

Yup, it's very simple. The funny thing is along the way I've met some that have become experts at it, gone back and staffed, and participate in the system well. They cite the time spent in the mountains of PA as worthwhile, and they learned from it. They learned a lot. They don't go around beating a drum shoving it in everyones face and complaining that everything else is pointless, stupid or a waste of time.

Not much to brag about, otherwise: I do what I can, where I can. Cadet programs seems to have crept into the forefront in my vicinity ..

UDF
MRO
CUL that needs FEMA classes and can't find the time to do it.
MP that needs a Form 5/91 because real life got in the way.

I have never said we are special, in fact i dnt like those who go out and think they are the best thing in cap because they are rangers. Now, I have to say some of the requirements for ranger certifications arent present for GTM3 and GTM2 and some of those tasks have helped me a lot in the field.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Spaceman3750 on July 01, 2011, 01:02:34 PM
Oh why not...

GTL
GTM3/2/1
UDF
MRO*
MSA*
IS-100/200/700/800/809
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: jimmydeanno on July 01, 2011, 04:16:12 PM
I'm pretty sure that if Miss Manners were reading this thread that she'd say something about dealing with rude people.  It certainly isn't good manners to go around chastising people, especially strangers.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: cadetesman on August 17, 2011, 04:14:47 PM
GES
1S100
IS700
ACUT
UDF
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eagle on August 25, 2011, 04:00:28 PM
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
GES
UDF
IS-100/700
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Sapper168 on August 26, 2011, 02:32:08 PM
GES
BCUT 
MRO
UDF
GTM3 
IS100 
IS200 
IS700 
IS800
 
   
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: MIKE on August 26, 2011, 02:57:39 PM
GES
*GTM3
*UDF
*MRO


IS 100
IS 200
ICS 210 CG
IS 700
IS 800
TCT
IMSEP
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Parsifal on August 26, 2011, 05:16:59 PM
BCUT/ACUT
CERT
GTL/GTM2/GTM3
MO/MS
MSA
PIO

IS 100/200/700/800
ICS 300/400

*FLM
*MRO
*UDF
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: davidsinn on August 30, 2011, 09:17:52 PM
GES
SET
BCUT/ACUT
FLM/FLS
IS100/200/700/800
ICS300
GTM3/GTL
GBD*
MRO
MS*
MRO
CERT(Instructor-although thats not an option in eServices)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: DakRadz on October 06, 2011, 11:25:32 AM
GES
SET
BCUT
IS100/700
UDF
GTM3

Bottom two approved as of today.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: GTCommando on October 06, 2011, 12:14:38 PM
OK, here's what I have:

GES
IS100
IS700
GTM1(T)
GTM2
SET
UDF

Gonna try to get MRO, MSA and FLM to boot.

Update:
IS100
IS700
GTM1
SET
UDF
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: arajca on October 10, 2011, 04:05:02 PM
I don't usually post on these bragging threads, but I'll add a unique one:

LSC without IC (only one in COWG)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: EMT-83 on October 10, 2011, 05:20:49 PM
I would think that a LSC who is a fully-qualified IC would be much more unique than one who isn’t.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: arajca on October 10, 2011, 05:29:59 PM
Most LSCs got it by default as being an IC.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Mark_Wheeler on October 11, 2011, 02:47:33 AM
I don't usually post on these bragging threads, but I'll add a unique one:

LSC without IC (only one in COWG)

I'm with you, one of the few in CAWG that is an LSC and not an IC.

IS 100
IS 200
ICS 300
IS 700
IS 800
UDF
MRO
CUL
LSC
MS
MO
MSO(T)
GTM3(T)
AOBD(T)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ThatOneGuy on October 15, 2011, 12:52:52 AM
On my 101 Card I got:

ACUT
GES
GTM3

I know... Pretty lame right?  :P

Goin' to a SAREX in November, so hopin' to get the GTM3 up to a 2 and maybe get some of UDF and MRO on there if possible...  ;D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eagle on December 05, 2011, 06:52:11 PM
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
GES
UDF
IS-100/700

IS-200, IS-800
SET
BCUT
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: tsrup on December 05, 2011, 07:05:51 PM
GES
IS 100/200/700/800
ICS 300
ACUT
MS
AP
MO
UDF
GTM1
GTL
GBD
MRO
SET
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SAR Officer on December 11, 2011, 09:53:27 AM
Just to be clear it took me 3 years for this......


GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
GTL
UDF
MSA
MSO
FLM
SET
IS100
IS200
IS300
IS400
IS700
IS800
CERT
BCUT


I stay pretty active in Search & Rescue even away from CAP for our local communities.....
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Sgt_Benzy on December 12, 2011, 06:57:23 PM
I should have my GTM 3, UDF but something got screwed up... I have my BCUT, CPR, 1st Aid... but i have a hilarious story from a GSARC:
Back in April we were out at Ft. Pickett, Blackstone VA for a GSARC.. Well I was standing in the guys barracks talking with a few guys from another squadron. well my gingerheaded cadet cmdr walks in, and is like "well ms.Benz" picks me up and tossed me over his shoulder and carried me outta the barracks and put down then walked back in like nothing happened...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: JeffDG on December 12, 2011, 07:54:25 PM
Most LSCs got it by default as being an IC.
ICs don't need to be either an LSC or an FASC. 

There's no "path" to IC that doesn't include PSC or OSC however.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Walkman on December 12, 2011, 10:24:34 PM
GES
SET
IS100
IS700
ACUT
GTM3
GMT2*
GTL*
MRO*
UDF
MS
Title: bragging rights!
Post by: TrevDog on December 13, 2011, 12:57:22 AM
GES
IS100/200/700/800
BCUT
UDF
MS
MO
MP enough said ;)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Jokeronomy on February 26, 2012, 10:38:04 PM
GES


XD not much, but ill be getting my UDF this weekend, and hopefully my BCUT :D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: GTRanger on March 05, 2012, 03:28:07 PM
On 101 Card

GES
SET
GTM3
IS 100
IS 700
BCUT
UDF*

Not on 101 Card:

Ranger Third Class
POD
IS 26

I just finished up my  UDF yesterday, just gotta upload the paperwork, and my Ranger 2nd Class is pretty much done, except a fire building test. Every time I attempt to take it, it always ends up raining :(. Next I am gonna work on MRO stuff and get started on my GTM2.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Ed Bos on March 05, 2012, 03:46:14 PM
Where'd you get your "POD Cert?" Is there a curriculum available that I could steal review?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Spartan on March 05, 2012, 05:21:33 PM
GES
GTM 3
GTM 2
GTM 1*
GTL
GBD
UDF
ACUT
MRO
FLM*
MSA*
IS 100
IS 200
ICS 300
IS 700
IS 800
SET

Hi my name is Spartan and I am addicted to CAP Emergency Services.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Walkman on March 05, 2012, 05:24:25 PM
Hi my name is Spartan and I am addicted to CAP Emergency Services.

Hi Spartan. We're glad your here. You've made a good start by realizing and verbalizing your struggle.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Extremepredjudice on March 05, 2012, 05:25:47 PM
Hi my name is Spartan and I am addicted to CAP Emergency Services.

Hi Spartan. We're glad your here. You've made a good start by realizing and verbalizing your struggle.
I've been ES free for over a year now!

 :'( Wish I wasn't...
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Spartan on March 05, 2012, 05:54:43 PM
I will be asking the higher powers of the rain god and the burning orange ball to help me through my addiction.  I will also be sacrificing any packages of charms candy to the aforementioned "deities" to appease their wrath and help me become ES free, or at least able to do ES when I want to, rather than feeling compelled to do it.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: GTRanger on March 07, 2012, 12:41:49 PM
Where'd you get your "POD Cert?" Is there a curriculum available that I could steal review?
Haha, well, currently it is only something offered depending on what wing you are in. It usually consists of taking the IS 26 course, and then some type of class room training portion, and then hands on training ( actually running a miniature mock POD). For those of you who don't know, POD stands for Point of Distribution.

*edditted for clarity's sake
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eclipse on March 07, 2012, 01:10:36 PM
For those of you who don't know, POD stands for Point of Distribution.

In CAP parlance, POD = Probability of Detection.  While CAP personnel might be tasked with assisting some place they are distributing supplies, we're not going to be the ones planning the operations.

Training is training, I suppose, but how is this relevant to CAP?

ok peeps... post your *current* ES ratings.  Meaning, whatever you've got on your 101 card.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: GTRanger on March 07, 2012, 03:13:39 PM
For those of you who don't know, POD stands for Point of Distribution.

In CAP parlance, POD = Probability of Detection.  While CAP personnel might be tasked with assisting some place they are distributing supplies, we're not going to be the ones planning the operations.

Training is training, I suppose, but how is this relevant to CAP?

ok peeps... post your *current* ES ratings.  Meaning, whatever you've got on your 101 card.
Oh, God forbid I should include under *hint hint* "NOT ON 101 CARD" my stuff that is *Hint* "NOT ON MY 101 CARD". How is this relevant to CAP?  Maybe because I recieved this training through CAP, and my wing has helped to operate PODs. Let us take a moment to look back at my original post- did I mention anything about CAP being fully responsible for the running and planning of a POD? No, all I said was that I am qualified to help operate a POD. My next question to you would be, why do you feel the need to try and correct me on my posts? Am I even speaking to you? No, I was replying to the question that Ed Boss asked me.

*eddited for clarity's sake
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eclipse on March 07, 2012, 03:24:22 PM
Oh, God forbid I should include under *hint hint* "NOT ON 101 CARD" my stuff that is *Hint* "NOT ON MY 101 CARD".

ok peeps... post your *current* ES ratings.  Meaning, whatever you've got on your 101 card.

This thread is not about non-CAP training or ratings.

...why do you feel the need to try and correct me on my posts? Am I even speaking to you? No, I was replying to the question that Ed Boss asked me.

For those of you who don't know, POD stands for Point of Distribution.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: GTRanger on March 07, 2012, 03:29:13 PM
Oh, God forbid I should include under *hint hint* "NOT ON 101 CARD" my stuff that is *Hint* "NOT ON MY 101 CARD".

ok peeps... post your *current* ES ratings.  Meaning, whatever you've got on your 101 card.

This thread is not about non-CAP training or ratings.

This isnt worth my time. I dont even have to acknowledge the fact you are trying to troll me over something as stupid as this. excuse me ladies and gentlemen, but I am now going to usem y time in a more productive manner.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on March 07, 2012, 03:45:45 PM
Oh, God forbid I should include under *hint hint* "NOT ON 101 CARD" my stuff that is *Hint* "NOT ON MY 101 CARD".

ok peeps... post your *current* ES ratings.  Meaning, whatever you've got on your 101 card.

This thread is not about non-CAP training or ratings.

This isnt worth my time. I dont even have to acknowledge the fact you are trying to troll me over something as stupid as this. excuse me ladies and gentlemen, but I am now going to usem y time in a more productive manner.

I don't see why you're getting your panties all in a bunch. The directions are very clear - ok peeps... post your *current* ES ratings.  Meaning, whatever you've got on your 101 card.They were restated for your benefit. "Coppin' a 'tude" about it won't make us any friendlier, either.

If you're looking for something better to use your time for, try working on your writing skills. They need some help.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eagle on May 07, 2012, 09:56:02 AM
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
GES
BCUT
ACUT
IS-100
IS-200
IS-700
IS-800
MRO
MSA
UDF
SET

Currently working on: CUL
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: manfredvonrichthofen on May 07, 2012, 04:19:14 PM
I will be asking the higher powers of the rain god and the burning orange ball to help me through my addiction.  I will also be sacrificing any packages of charms candy to the aforementioned "deities" to appease their wrath and help me become ES free, or at least able to do ES when I want to, rather than feeling compelled to do it.
I actually had a pack of charms... They tasted so good last winter during a wing wide training weekend... They called it operation iceberg... But I guess they were too old, it didn't rain or snow the whole time.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Spartan on May 08, 2012, 01:29:35 PM
I will be asking the higher powers of the rain god and the burning orange ball to help me through my addiction.  I will also be sacrificing any packages of charms candy to the aforementioned "deities" to appease their wrath and help me become ES free, or at least able to do ES when I want to, rather than feeling compelled to do it.
I actually had a pack of charms... They tasted so good last winter during a wing wide training weekend... They called it operation iceberg... But I guess they were too old, it didn't rain or snow the whole time.
I'm surprised.  It is interesting to see the variation on the charms belief from unit to unit and service to service.  It would be an interesting anthropological study.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: manfredvonrichthofen on May 08, 2012, 03:09:07 PM
Wait... Is there another belief about charms?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Spartan on May 09, 2012, 12:34:52 AM
Wait... Is there another belief about charms?
It isn't so much another belief, but a matter of the variation in the ritual that goes with the belief.  My younger brother said that in his battallion he had to burn them when he found them and that was enough.  We had to sacrifice something good, poundcake for example, with the charms.  If not, it would rain or snow or rain and snow.  I've run into a guy from 1st Armored who said as long as they were thrown away with the rest of the garbage and not consumed, they would not unleash bad weather.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: manfredvonrichthofen on May 09, 2012, 12:41:17 AM
When we got them it was supposed to be burned as well... But I kept my last pack from Afghanistan.

We would sometimes be jerks and would mess with new privates and tell them to eat the charms, to just eat them like skittles, just open them up and chew them up. It was really cool the first time we did it to one too, he ate them just like we told him to and our PSG saw it and yelled at him that if it rained it would be his fault and he would smoke him until it stopped raining because it was the only way to get it to stop... It did rain, and hard for about two hours, and he smoked him in the rain the whole time. Needles to say he barfed those charms back up and was made to bury them.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Spartan on May 09, 2012, 03:46:08 PM
We did similar things at Drum, but FNG's would end up getting smoked until it stopped snowing.  If you have never been to Drum during a snowstorm, we had almost 4 1/2 feet fall in my company area in 24 hours in the winter of 2006-2007.  We didn't have to do much more than hand the FNG a shovel and tell him to go to work >:D

I think we've hijacked this thread long enough. 
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: paul83814 on May 09, 2012, 04:13:54 PM
GES
ACUT
IS 100/200/700/800
ICS300
GTM 3
UDF*
SET

currently working on MS
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: AirDX on May 12, 2012, 08:18:31 PM
Added LO in March and GTM3 today.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: quietbirdman on June 25, 2012, 12:04:51 AM
New to CAP so not much BCUT, FEMA, SET, GES but I'm going to NESA next month to work on a couple.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: bflynn on June 25, 2012, 09:57:00 PM
POD = Points of Distribution, or handing out food, water, tarps and/or blankets during an emergency.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: C/Haughey on June 26, 2012, 12:10:07 AM
GES
SET
IS-100
IS-700
UDF*
GTM3*

Think that's it... I only need one more mission for UDF basically and still have one more mission plus a lot of other stuff for GTM3. Looking to get involved as much as possible in the ES area. Will expand a lot when I turn 18 next year.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: metalscorp5 on August 10, 2012, 01:50:51 PM
GTL
GTM 1
BCUT
UDF
IS 100/200/700

Still just geting started though!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SJFedor on August 10, 2012, 02:34:32 PM
Not that CAP cares, but as of 2 weeks ago, Nationally Registered and State of Tennessee licensed Paramedic!!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: a2capt on August 10, 2012, 03:53:32 PM
But .. but ....

http://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/donate/  (http://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/donate/)<-- CAP Cares.
(I was looking for that funky graphic ... seems to be gone..)

Seriously, though ... Congratulations! 
Title: bragging rights!
Post by: Cap'n on August 10, 2012, 10:36:57 PM
UDF
MRO
GTM3

I'll hopefully be able to start working on more qualifications next summer.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: rjfoxx on August 13, 2012, 08:40:33 AM
I claim bragging rights for two of my cadets.  This weekend the DEWG had a SAREVAL which was rated as "SUCCESFUL".  Two of my cadets were working as MSA's in the Planning Section.  The section received an "EXCELLENT".  During the debriefing, my two cadets were singled-out by the CAP-USAF Detachment CC as "OUTSTANDING" and received challange coins.  Way to go Jake and Andrea!! 
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SJFedor on August 13, 2012, 06:36:22 PM
But .. but ....

http://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/donate/  (http://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/donate/)<-- CAP Cares.
(I was looking for that funky graphic ... seems to be gone..)

Seriously, though ... Congratulations!

Thanks.

And while a good and noble idea, it kinda cracks me up that it's like "CAP Cares...now send more money to us!"
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Garibaldi on August 13, 2012, 07:03:22 PM
several of our cadets were honor flight cadets at encampment. a good third of them were basics.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Майор Хаткевич on August 13, 2012, 09:29:02 PM
We have a member who went from 101 card to GTL in under 1.5 months. GTM3 locally and then off to NESA.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: a2capt on August 13, 2012, 10:36:25 PM
GML?
Trying deductive reasoning on the typo, but .. ;-) I'm suspecting GTL, but that M is a long way from the T.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Майор Хаткевич on August 13, 2012, 11:47:54 PM
[darn] 'smart'phone.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: MSmith95 on August 14, 2012, 02:09:09 PM
ACUT
IS200
MSA
GES
IS700
SET
GTM1
IS800
UDF
IS100
MRO

Annnnd, I'm taking ICS 300 and 400 soon; plus working on FLM
 
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: krnlpanick on August 14, 2012, 02:35:15 PM
My turn - since I joined in May:

ACUT
IS200
MS*
GES
IS700
SET
IS100
MRO
UDF*
GTM3*
CAPDL

Asst. ES Training Officer - Squadron
Asst. Recruiting and Retention Officer - Squadron
Asst. Communications Officer - Squadron
Transportation Officer - Wing

I think I accomplished a pretty decent amount in 3 months. More to come before the end of Sept. Woot!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Luis R. Ramos on August 17, 2012, 04:03:01 PM
Finally!

After my old certifications expired, I have renewed some! On 15 Aug 12:

MRO
MSA

Other achievements:

GES
A-CUT
B-CUT
IS-100.b
IS-200
ICS-300
IS-700
IS-800

Working on:

GTM3
GTL

After that will go for:

MSO
CUL
UDFT

Expired:

GTL
GTM1, 2, 3
MRO
MSA
UDFT

Take care,

Flyer333555
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: KMcCann on August 23, 2012, 08:09:25 PM
GES
IS100
IS700
SET
*UDF
*GTM3
MRO
MSA
ACUT
ICUT
AP
MS
MO
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Garibaldi on August 23, 2012, 10:25:48 PM
GES
IS 100
IS 200
IS 700
IS 800
MS*
MO*
GTL
GT2(one item away from GTM1)
UDF
BCUT/ICUT
*expired
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: LC on August 23, 2012, 11:53:32 PM
ACUT
FLM
GES
SET
GTL*
GTM2
GTM3
MRO
UDF
IS100
IS200
IS700
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Jack172402 on August 29, 2012, 06:34:58 PM
BCUT
GES
GTM3*
CUL*
IS100
IS700
MRO
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: KirkF22 on August 29, 2012, 06:44:13 PM
Working on:
Curry Achievement :)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: RogueLeader on September 10, 2012, 06:46:17 PM
GES
ICS 100
ICS 200
ICS 300
ICS 700
ICS 800
MS
MO
MRO (EXPIRED)
GTM3
GTM2
GTL
AOBD Trainee
ACUT
BCUT
ICUT
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: AngelWings on September 10, 2012, 09:53:56 PM
Picked up a CAP aircrew that had a broken down plane yesterday and brought them back to base in my car  >:D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Garibaldi on September 10, 2012, 10:48:51 PM
GES
ICS 100
ICS 200
ICS 300
ICS 700
ICS 800
MS
MO
MRO (EXPIRED)
GTM3
GTM2
GTL
AOBD Trainee
ACUT
BCUT
ICUT

Do you mean IS-300?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Luis R. Ramos on September 10, 2012, 11:26:52 PM
Garibaldi-

 ;D

I do not know if you said "IS-300" as tongue-in-cheek, since that is the only one that is supposed to be "ICS." All others, if they were correspondence courses, are "IS," not "ICS."

 :clap:

Although with all that, I will say  :clap:  :clap:  :clap:

Flyer
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Garibaldi on September 11, 2012, 01:04:20 AM
Garibaldi-

 ;D

I do not know if you said "IS-300" as tongue-in-cheek, since that is the only one that is supposed to be "ICS." All others, if they were correspondence courses, are "IS," not "ICS."

 :clap:

Although with all that, I will say  :clap:  :clap:  :clap:

Flyer

Whoops. Looks like this head cold I picked up this weekend has me a little loopy. Yes, that is what I meant. IS-100,200,700,800 and ICS-300 is what it should be, right?

NyQuil..Capital N, small y, BIG [Filter Subversion] Q. That's what I need.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: a2capt on September 11, 2012, 02:04:40 AM
Green Death flavor.
(http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles20/1005019/projects/4735117/8d2489105ba163b43d1e831385c57a91.png)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: RogueLeader on September 11, 2012, 10:38:59 PM
Garibaldi-

 ;D

I do not know if you said "IS-300" as tongue-in-cheek, since that is the only one that is supposed to be "ICS." All others, if they were correspondence courses, are "IS," not "ICS."

 :clap:

Although with all that, I will say  :clap:  :clap:  :clap:

Flyer

Whoops. Looks like this head cold I picked up this weekend has me a little loopy. Yes, that is what I meant. IS-100,200,700,800 and ICS-300 is what it should be, right?

NyQuil..Capital N, small y, BIG [Filter Subversion] Q. That's what I need.

<insert Adam Savage voice> I reject your reality, and substitute my own.


 >:D >:D >:D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Jon Knapp on September 13, 2012, 02:28:56 PM
Working on:
Curry Achievement :)

There is always a beginning, keep it up!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SARMan on October 01, 2012, 01:02:09 PM
GES
SET
UDF
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
AFRCC BISC
ACUT
BCUT

IS 26
IS 100
IS 200
IS 700
IS 800

Ranger 3rd Class
Ranger 2nd Class
Ranger 1st Class
* Advanced Ranger/ T


Hi, my name is SarMan, and I am a SAR addict.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: wwildcat on October 28, 2012, 03:09:33 PM
I have a few, could use more when it comes to CAP ES I am kinda lazy:

AOBD
CUL
FLM
FLS
GBD
GES
GTL
GT 3/2/1
ICS 300/400
IS 100/200/700/800
ICUT
MO
MRO
PIO
MS
MSA
PSC
SET
UDF
IC3
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: C/Arose on October 29, 2012, 01:37:08 PM
Currently:

GTM3-GTM2
UDF
BCUT (ICUT online done, waiting for hands-on portion)
SET
GES
IS100
IS700
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: 800bestofcap on December 10, 2012, 11:37:32 PM
ACUT
BCUT
ICUT
GES
Test 177 (all parts)
ICS-100
ICS-700(haven't gone through yet it's been 6 months :( )
GTM3
UDF*
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eclipse on December 10, 2012, 11:41:48 PM
177?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on December 11, 2012, 12:00:26 AM
Probably 117.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Pylon on December 11, 2012, 12:04:23 AM
After 14 years in CAP, finally added some ratings on the ground side of the house.  Figured it'd be appropriate now that I'm a groundpounder outside of CAP, too.


GTM3
UDF
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: JeffDG on December 11, 2012, 08:31:51 PM
After 14 years in CAP, finally added some ratings on the ground side of the house.  Figured it'd be appropriate now that I'm a groundpounder outside of CAP, too.


GTM3
UDF
I did UDF so I could do my PSC qual!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: kc0wqh on January 13, 2013, 04:13:09 PM
CERT
CUL
GES
GTL
*GTM1
ICS300
ICS400
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
ICUT
MO
MRO
MS
SET
UDF
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: DJN245 on January 18, 2013, 02:36:25 AM
ACUT  ICS-300  MRO
GBD    ICS-100  MSA
GES    ICS-200  SET
GTL    ICS-700   UDF
GTM1 ICS- 800
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Texas Raiders on January 18, 2013, 10:21:52 AM
Seeing as the VP is such a VIP, shouldn't we keep the PC on the QT, because if it leaks out to the VC, he could end up MIA as a POW and we'd all be put on KP.   ;)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: cantthinkof1 on February 06, 2013, 04:42:31 PM
Been a member of CAP for almost a year now and I have:

GTM 3
GES
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: unmlobo on March 29, 2013, 01:27:25 AM
AP, MS, WS GFSO (TRNG)
GTL, GTM1, GTM2, and GTM3-UDF
IS 100, IS 200, IS700 and IS800
BCUT
CERT
FLM and FLS (TRNG)
MSA (TRNG) 
ICS300 and ICS400
BISC
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Luis R. Ramos on March 29, 2013, 11:20:52 AM
MRO
MSA
ICS 300
IS 100
IS 200
IS 700
IS 800
ACUT
BCUT
ICUT
Administrative Spec Track Master
Safety Spec Track Senior
Personnel Spec Track Tech
Captain
Level III

[edited-I forgot the ?CUTs]

Flyer
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Devil Doc on March 29, 2013, 01:10:58 PM
*AP
*CERT
*MO
*MRO
*GTM2
*GTL
*UDF
ICUT
BCUT
ACUT
GTM3
ICS 100
ICS 200
ICS 700
ICS 800
GES
SET
MS
SLS


Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: NJcadet on May 28, 2013, 05:04:11 PM
GES I'M SO SMART

And GTM3 trainee... I'll get there
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Alaric on June 20, 2013, 11:39:33 AM
AOBD, AP, CD, CERT, FASC, FLM, GES, ICS300, ICS400, ICUT, IS100, IS200, IS700, IS800, LSC, MO, MRO, MS, MSA
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eeyore on June 20, 2013, 01:32:28 PM
IS100, IS200, IS700, IS800, ICS300, ICS400, ICUT, ♦UDF, GTM1, ♦GTM2, ♦GTM3, ♦GTL, ♦GBD, PSC, ♦FLM, ♦MO, ♦MRO, ♦MS, MSA, OSC, *PIO, *LO, *LSC, *FASC, *MSO
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on June 21, 2013, 01:02:27 AM
... and a par-tri-dge in a pear tree!  ;) >:D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: a2capt on June 21, 2013, 01:06:32 AM
UDF.
That's it. I had others, but between politics and logistics, keeping CUL, MP or even their subordinate ratings current wasn't worth the hassle.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Luis R. Ramos on June 30, 2013, 10:45:21 PM
Finally finished GTM3! Today!!! So I have:

GTM3
MRO
MSA
IS-100
IS-200
IS-700
IS-800
ICS-300

Tracks:

Admin, Master
Personnel, Tech
Safety, Senior

Waiting for NY OEM to grade test:

ICS-400

Training SQTRs (but have not done any training on these):

CUL
GTL
MSO
LO
LSC

Flyer
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: flyboy53 on July 01, 2013, 08:31:26 PM
ADIS 
MO
BCUT
MRO
CD
MS
CERT
MSA
GES
PIO
IS100
IS200
ICS300
IS700
IS800 
Drv's Lic (S,7,12,15,PT)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Storm Chaser on August 09, 2013, 01:37:51 PM
AOBD
*AP
*FASC
GBD
GES
GTL
GTM1
ICS300
ISC400
ICUT
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
*LO
LSC
MO
*MRO
MS
MSA
MSO
*PIO
*PSC
UDF
WS
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: JackFrost3k on August 09, 2013, 01:40:50 PM
GES
*GTM2
ICS300
ICS400
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
ICUT
MO
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Luis R. Ramos on August 09, 2013, 05:18:35 PM
About three weeks  ago I received notification I passed my 400. So I have:

IS 003
IS 026
IS 100a
IS 100hc
IS 101
IS 200
IS 700
IS 800
IS 802
IS 809
ICS 300
ICS 400
GTM3
MRO
MSA
CULT
MSOT

Flyer


Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ♠SARKID♠ on August 13, 2013, 05:51:25 PM
I'm slowly being sucked into the staff side...

GTL
GTM1
UDF
MS
FLS
MSA
CUL
GBD*
PIO*
IS100 200 700 800
ICS300
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Mustang on August 23, 2013, 01:06:18 AM
IC3
OSC
PSC
AOBD
MP
MS
GES

Pretty much all I need.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Equinox on August 25, 2013, 08:53:22 PM
GTM1, UDF, ACUT
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Luis R. Ramos on October 21, 2013, 04:17:47 PM
I have now:

GES
GTM3
MRO
MSA
ICUT
MRO SET
MSA SET
ICS 300
ICS 400
IS 100
IS 200
IS 700
IS 800
GTLT
MSOT
CULT
FASCT
LOT

Flyer
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: C/Cool on November 19, 2013, 10:28:03 PM
Greetings,
I only have my GES and my ICUT, but I plan on getting GTM 3 the beginning of the year.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: pascocap2002 on January 24, 2014, 07:38:52 PM
Actual missions...

Too many to list but I just finished a 4 month deployment to the Philippines for Disaster relief for a Typhoon that hit Quezon Province. 2 weeks later an earthquake devastated the province of Bohol and parts of Cebu, and then 3 weeks after that a Super Typhoon smashed into Tacloban and other parts of Visayas. Then earlier this week flooding hit Butuan Philippines and I have a team there right now. 2013 was a long year for me.

No, those were not CAP missions. Yes they were actual missions, and yes, it was a rough time.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Luis R. Ramos on January 24, 2014, 07:49:06 PM
Congratulations on your missions. It was my impression this section was only for CAP activities.

Now you have opened this board for all of Flying Pig's Sheriff activities, and military activities by Eclipse's, I think Cyborg, PHall, A2, SarDragon, Spartan, Pylon, Jeff... And many, many others...

Flyer
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eclipse on January 24, 2014, 07:51:13 PM
ok peeps... post your *current* ES ratings.  Meaning, whatever you've got on your 101 card. :)

You can also post the number of actual missions you've been on.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: a2capt on January 24, 2014, 07:58:22 PM
(http://s14.postimg.org/xrm6b5cch/images.jpg)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: paul83814 on March 11, 2014, 03:17:24 PM
GES
ICUT (SET)
IS 100/200/700/800
ICS300
GTM 3 (SET)
MRO
MS
CD
MSA*
GTL*
MO

Just qualified as MO last month.
Our CC presented me with observer wings at the squadron awards banquet last week.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Nor'easter on May 03, 2014, 08:43:20 PM
Haven't ever posted in here, but I think this is a pretty good list for a younger 18 year old. Can't wait to put the new ratings towards good use.

GES                 GTL               MRO         MO
ICUT♦              GTM1             MSA         MS
IS100              GTM3♦
IS200              UDF♦
IS700
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Luis R. Ramos on August 06, 2014, 05:37:27 AM
GES
GTM3♦
MRO♦
MSA♦
ICUT♦
ICS 300
ICS 400
IS 100
IS 200
IS 700
IS 800
GTLT
MSOT
CULT
FASCT
LOT
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Garibaldi on August 06, 2014, 09:23:30 AM
Haven't ever posted in here, but I think this is a pretty good list for a younger 18 year old. Can't wait to put the new ratings towards good use.

GES                 GTL               MRO         MO
ICUT♦              GTM1             MSA         MS
IS100              GTM3♦
IS200              UDF♦
IS700
Missing IS 800. Needed for GTL.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Storm Chaser on August 06, 2014, 11:18:51 AM

Haven't ever posted in here, but I think this is a pretty good list for a younger 18 year old. Can't wait to put the new ratings towards good use.

GES                 GTL               MRO         MO
ICUT              GTM1             MSA         MS
IS100              GTM3
IS200              UDF
IS700
Missing IS 800. Needed for GTL.

IS-800 is not needed for GTL; only IS-100, 200 and 700 are.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Garibaldi on August 06, 2014, 11:56:34 AM

Haven't ever posted in here, but I think this is a pretty good list for a younger 18 year old. Can't wait to put the new ratings towards good use.

GES                 GTL               MRO         MO
ICUT              GTM1             MSA         MS
IS100              GTM3
IS200              UDF
IS700
Missing IS 800. Needed for GTL.

IS-800 is not needed for GTL; only IS-100, 200 and 700 are.

Then why the bloody heck did I take it???? Oh, wait. GBD?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eclipse on August 06, 2014, 12:08:07 PM
^ That or AOBD - to move up into the ICS structure you need it.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Luis R. Ramos on September 02, 2014, 11:45:54 PM
Finally made Level IV!

 ;D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eclipse on September 12, 2014, 03:55:43 PM
I would just like to let all of you know, for the record, that I have successfully
renewed the Aircraft Ground Handling Training.

This was, by no means, a small endeavor on my part, and I hope you will forgive me
if I am feeling somewhat full of myself today.

I wish you all the best of luck on your AGHT journey.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Storm Chaser on September 12, 2014, 04:00:15 PM
Wow! I'm impressed!  ;D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: GaryJSO on December 24, 2014, 01:03:11 PM
I left in the expiration dates for anyone thinking I just copied the whole list.  I don't have sign-offs for ADIS or GIIEP (although I'm checked out in both), anything about ARCHER or Surrogate Pred, CISM, or CERT.  Or Mission Chaplain....

♦IC1 6/15
♦IC2 6/15
♦IC3 6/15
♦AOBD 6/15
♦CUL 6/15
♦FASC 6/15
♦FLM 4/15
♦FLS 4/15
♦GBD 6/15
♦GTL 5/17
♦GTM1 5/17
♦GTM2 5/17
♦GTM3 5/17
♦ICUT ∞
♦LO 6/15
♦LSC 6/15
♦MO 8/17
♦MP 2/15
♦MRO 6/15
♦MS 8/17
♦MSA 6/15
♦MSO 6/15
♦OSC 6/15
♦PIO 6/15
♦PSC 6/15
♦TMP 2/15
♦UDF 5/17
CD 6/16
FRO ∞
GES ∞
IS100 ∞
IS200 ∞
IS700 ∞
IS800 ∞
ICS300∞
ICS400∞
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: rjfoxx on October 12, 2015, 07:16:28 PM
OK...my turn:

IC3(T)
OSC
PSC
LSC
LO
GBD
UDF
SET
MSA
CERT
GES
 
 
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on October 12, 2015, 07:27:55 PM
A couple of months ago, I put a 45 on my red service ribbon.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: PHall on October 12, 2015, 09:32:58 PM
A couple of months ago, I put a 45 on my red service ribbon.

Just 5 more years to go to get that 50 year "free" membership! >:D
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Майор Хаткевич on October 13, 2015, 11:27:30 AM
Congratulations! I've got just a wee bit to go for my 15. And by wee bit, I mean 2.5 years. :)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Caponly101 on November 14, 2015, 01:59:13 PM
*CUL
*MSA
*UDF
MRO 8/18 
GTM2 11/18
IS100/200/700/800
ICUT
GES

I Just Need Sorties For MSA and UDF. I Need All Of Advanced Training For CUL.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: rjfoxx on December 03, 2015, 03:46:55 PM
Yeah me...now officially IC3 as of 2 December 2015 :)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Eclipse on March 17, 2016, 03:09:06 PM
CD 3/17
*LO
*MRO
♦GBD 9/18
♦MS 7/16
♦MSA 2/17
♦GTL 1/19
♦PSC 2/17
♦GTM1 1/19
♦GTM2 1/19
♦GTM3 1/19
♦UDF 1/19

♦ICUT ∞

GES ∞
UAO ∞
FRO ∞
IS100 ∞
IS200 ∞
ICS300∞
ICS400∞
IS700 ∞
IS800 ∞
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Garibaldi on March 17, 2016, 03:15:17 PM
CD 3/17
*LO
*MRO
♦GBD 9/18
♦MS 7/16
♦MSA 2/17
♦GTL 1/19
♦PSC 2/17
♦GTM1 1/19
♦GTM2 1/19
♦GTM3 1/19
♦UDF 1/19

♦ICUT ∞

GES ∞
UAO ∞
FRO ∞
IS100 ∞
IS200 ∞
ICS300∞
ICS400∞
IS700 ∞
IS800 ∞

Holy crap! He lives!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: RogueLeader on March 17, 2016, 03:19:37 PM
^ that was my thought too.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Майор Хаткевич on March 17, 2016, 03:57:06 PM
I thought my new posts count took me to an old one at first.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Storm Chaser on March 18, 2016, 09:15:01 AM
That's two in a row. Welcome back!
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: ColonelJack on March 18, 2016, 11:13:07 AM
CD 3/17
*LO
*MRO
♦GBD 9/18
♦MS 7/16
♦MSA 2/17
♦GTL 1/19
♦PSC 2/17
♦GTM1 1/19
♦GTM2 1/19
♦GTM3 1/19
♦UDF 1/19

♦ICUT ∞

GES ∞
UAO ∞
FRO ∞
IS100 ∞
IS200 ∞
ICS300∞
ICS400∞
IS700 ∞
IS800 ∞

Say there, stranger ... you look a bit familiar.  You ever been in these parts before?

Jack
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Garibaldi on March 18, 2016, 11:20:05 AM
CD 3/17
*LO
*MRO
♦GBD 9/18
♦MS 7/16
♦MSA 2/17
♦GTL 1/19
♦PSC 2/17
♦GTM1 1/19
♦GTM2 1/19
♦GTM3 1/19
♦UDF 1/19

♦ICUT ∞

GES ∞
UAO ∞
FRO ∞
IS100 ∞
IS200 ∞
ICS300∞
ICS400∞
IS700 ∞
IS800 ∞

Say there, stranger ... you look a bit familiar.  You ever been in these parts before?

Jack

He's only lurking...if we really want him back we have to say his name 3 times, at the solstice, while dancing around a camp fire.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Chappie on March 18, 2016, 11:39:00 AM
I completed my online safety briefing on Sunday to cover March :)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: jdh on March 19, 2016, 12:30:52 AM
*LO
*LSC
*MO (need one sortie)
*MSO
*PSC

FLM
MS

&diams; GBD
&diams; GTL
&diams; GTM1
&diams; GTM2
&diams; GTM3
&diams; MRO
&diams; MSA
&diams; UDF

FRO &infin;
GES &infin;
ICUT &infin;
IS100 &infin;
IS200 &infin;
IS700 &infin;
IS800 &infin;
ICS300 &infin;
ICS400 &infin;

Edit: It appears the HTML entry codes dont work (anyone know what does?)
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on March 19, 2016, 01:37:32 AM
[alt+ {3 or 4 digit number on the numeric keypad}] usually works
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Mordecai on April 11, 2016, 12:41:17 PM
I just completed ICS300 this weekend. Great class by our local (North Idaho) fire academy.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Theodore on April 11, 2016, 03:31:46 PM
GES
ICUT
IS100
IS200
IS700
IS800
Almost GTM3, CERT,and MRO certified though. Working on those.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Sketch on May 15, 2016, 03:48:05 AM
I just completed ICS300 this weekend. Great class by our local (North Idaho) fire academy.
Is the 300 course in-class only?
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: SarDragon on May 15, 2016, 04:24:08 AM
I just completed ICS300 this weekend. Great class by our local (North Idaho) fire academy.
Is the 300 course in-class only?

Yes, and also 400.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: McDaddy2003 on March 13, 2017, 11:59:04 PM
Mine says General ES, at one time it had:

GTM (prior to GTM3 designation)
MRO
GES

Been on several missions, the pivotal mission in my experience being the Columbia Recovery Mission Feb-March 2003.
Title: Re: bragging rights!
Post by: Chappie on March 14, 2017, 12:20:07 PM
Throughout my 20 years I have served as a Mission Chaplain on a lot of missions.  But this was the best one ever.  Our mission team received a life saving ribbon with silver star.

http://www.mercurynews.com/2014/09/24/saratoga-survival-skills-serve-cassell-well-after-crash/

I cannot begin to express the euphoria felt when the family was notified of finding their loved one --- who was standing and waving at the CAP aircraft overhead.