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 11 
 on: Yesterday at 09:39:11 PM 
Started by Starbird - Last post by Starbird
For those who were wondering, here is the section of my report that is in question.



Edit: Section with grid headers included

 12 
 on: Yesterday at 09:33:33 PM 
Started by Starbird - Last post by TheSkyHornet
Do you have the dates of the promotions missing the entries?

If they were part of the old fitness program, they may not appear. There is also a chance that you were marked as a waiver by accident even if you conducted PT and drill (both have a fitness waiver that may be applied).

I had a cadet who was on a no push-up waiver, but she still the other exercises, and did drill. The system, however, would let me bypass entering all of her PT scores and drill testing if I had the waiver box checked. So it was something I needed to keep an eye on.

 13 
 on: Yesterday at 09:31:01 PM 
Started by texasbenjamin1999 - Last post by TheSkyHornet
So here's a question...

...if the system generates a CAP ID when membership is processed, why should the card go out before a picture is obtained?

Perhaps a photo should be taken and uploaded as part of the application process?

 14 
 on: Yesterday at 09:17:32 PM 
Started by texasbenjamin1999 - Last post by PHall
Except that it is not impossible. I have new senior members that have cards without photos and now have 101 cards without photos. Plus cadets that turn 18 years will have 101 cards without photos. Plus for a while, I had a 101 card without a photo but had a CAP membership card with a photo. So that quote does not apply to 101 cards.

Then those members are not in compliance with the regulations for membership, are they?

Ergo...


Ergo either the reg says the picture is required on the 101 card or it doesn't. Can't have it both ways.

 15 
 on: Yesterday at 08:32:23 PM 
Started by texasbenjamin1999 - Last post by Eclipse
Except that it is not impossible. I have new senior members that have cards without photos and now have 101 cards without photos. Plus cadets that turn 18 years will have 101 cards without photos. Plus for a while, I had a 101 card without a photo but had a CAP membership card with a photo. So that quote does not apply to 101 cards.

Then those members are not in compliance with the regulations for membership, are they?

Ergo...

 16 
 on: Yesterday at 08:20:23 PM 
Started by texasbenjamin1999 - Last post by LSThiker
Except that it is not impossible. I have new senior members that have cards without photos and now have 101 cards without photos. Plus cadets that turn 18 years will have 101 cards without photos. Plus for a while, I had a 101 card without a photo but had a CAP membership card with a photo. So that quote does not apply to 101 cards.

 17 
 on: Yesterday at 07:41:28 PM 
Started by texasbenjamin1999 - Last post by Eclipse
Objection: argumentative (used improperly).

Saying it "doesn't apply" is irrelevant, as the member is required to have one on file,
and the system automatically inserts it when you view or print the 101.

It is impossible to comply with the requirements for membership without having this photo on your 101.

And it is impossible to have a valid 101 without complying with the requirements for membership.

Let's argue now about 60-3 not speaking to the matter since there's no need to.

 18 
 on: Yesterday at 07:18:31 PM 
Started by texasbenjamin1999 - Last post by LSThiker
If you're an adult member, it's also required to have a photo on it.

Citation for this?

Senior member (and over 18 cadets) photos have been required for about 10 years.

That applies to the CAP membership card and does not even mention the Specialty Qualification Card. So while the system talks with it, that cite does not apply.

 19 
 on: Yesterday at 06:57:17 PM 
Started by texasbenjamin1999 - Last post by Eclipse
If you're an adult member, it's also required to have a photo on it.

Citation for this?

Senior member (and over 18 cadets) photos have been required for about 10 years.

CAP 39-2, Page 7
https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/media/cms/R039_002_A74FDA9552C2D.pdf


"1.15.2. Active members, fifty year members, life members, legislative members and cadets
18 and over will receive a photo membership card. These members must upload a passport-style
photo with a plain white or off white background into their member record through eServices.

Once the photo has been validated by the unit commander, the initial membership card will be
processed. All other membership categories will receive a similar membership card without a
photo. CAP will provide one membership card free of charge each year upon joining/renewal.
Replacements for lost or stolen cards may be ordered at any time for a $3 fee. These cards may
be purchased through eServices. Membership cards are not automatically reissued when
members are promoted or transfer units; however, new cards will be provided when individuals
change categories of membership, i.e., patron to active, or cadet to active or have a change in
name. "

 20 
 on: Yesterday at 05:56:59 PM 
Started by texasbenjamin1999 - Last post by LSThiker
If you're an adult member, it's also required to have a photo on it.

Citation for this?

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