Just like the new drill manual, more wasted effort. If you're going to rip off The Tongue and Quill, just tell everyone to use The Tongue and Quill.
An unfortunate bump, but I just noticed that 10-1 was replaced:The new pamphlet does not specify if the default business card template is required or merely suggested. After creating a new professional business card that represents my unit, I was informed by my next level of command that my cards may not be appropriate as they're no longer the default; however, my command was unable to verify their claim when I inquired and they no longer know. Can anyone help me find a clear-cut answer here? Thank you much very.- Hyperion
... they are heinous.
(It's nice to create a business card that matches the units' design, colors, logos, and mission.)
But when I have to pay for my business cards, I will deal with what is cheaper.
It would not have impressed anyone.
Quote from: Luis R. Ramos on November 23, 2016, 01:20:59 PM But when I have to pay for my business cards, I will deal with what is cheaper.Fair enough. Why would the cost be different based on the design or who is paying for it?Every unit has at least one color inkjet printer, if not several. A pack of Avery clean-break business cards is ~$10 for 200.At the rate a typical staffer or CC uses them, that's going to be several years worth of cards, and they can be printed in small batches as needed. I do about 10 at a time - can't remember the last time I gave one out.
Uh no. Not every unit has a printer. Some barely have meeting places.
Quote from: stillamarine on November 23, 2016, 04:00:35 PMUh no. Not every unit has a printer. Some barely have meeting places.Every squadron in CAP is supposed to be issued at least one notebook PC and one printer. Any unit that doesn't have one refused the issue for "reasons".
Interesting. I'll have to follow up on that. Is there a cite somewhere? We just got radios and a ELPR.