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 on: Today at 01:04:13 AM 
Started by GaryVC - Last post by LATORRECA
Gary I'm overseas. Can you provide them. I still have lots of my cadets and some seniors wearing BDUs. Please let me know

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 on: Yesterday at 11:58:54 PM 
Started by texasbenjamin1999 - Last post by texasbenjamin1999
Yes a mission scanner certificate


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 on: Yesterday at 10:21:02 PM 
Started by S.O.S. - Last post by S.O.S.
The intent behind the questions is strictly research and opinions. I do not have anyone waiting to add anything to their signature line. One of the schools I teach for has discussion opportunities for the Part-time Professors. We have questions pop up that we chat about and I like to get outside opinions on.

The discussion originated in a class I am teaching now. The Socio-Psychological Nature of Emergency Management. This question was specific to Volunteer Impacts and their roles in Emergency Response.

The class information and description.

EMG 4050: Socio-Psychological Nature of Emergency Management

Description

Students will analyze the social and psychological nature of working in emergency management. Relevant theories will be incorporated to display how humans prepare for, respond to and recover from vulnerabilities, risks, emergencies, disasters and catastrophes.

Outcomes

1.Identify and discuss the concept of social vulnerability.
2.Analyze the post-impact behavior of individuals and organizations within a society during and after a disaster.
3.Analyze and discuss ways that the implications of disasters produce social change.
4.Describe and discuss theories of thought that can be applied to emergency management scenarios.


https://www.waldorf.edu/academics/degree-programs/bachelors/bas-emergency-management

https://www.waldorf.edu/faculty-staff/directory/by-faculty-staff/james-shaw,

This is kind of like Field Research for me and sharing with my students.

Hope this clarifies the intent a bit more.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:43:29 PM 
Started by francisderosa16 - Last post by goblin
The AF abuses this terribly, but flight suits should only be worn when participating in flying, and going to or returning from flying.

Why?


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There's about five paragraphs spread over three pages in AFI 36-2903 on just who is allowed to wear a flight suit.
But if you meet the criteria and are assigned to a flying position or a non-flying position that has to be filled by a flyer, you're good to go to wear the flight suit as your specified duty uniform.

Right. That was the basis behind my “why”.


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 on: Yesterday at 08:41:27 PM 
Started by francisderosa16 - Last post by PHall
The AF abuses this terribly, but flight suits should only be worn when participating in flying, and going to or returning from flying.

Why?


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There's about five paragraphs spread over three pages in AFI 36-2903 on just who is allowed to wear a flight suit.
But if you meet the criteria and are assigned to a flying position or a non-flying position that has to be filled by a flyer, you're good to go to wear the flight suit as your specified duty uniform.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:40:33 PM 
Started by AHJ2001 - Last post by AHJ2001
Thank you.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:28:36 PM 
Started by francisderosa16 - Last post by lordmonar
The AF abuses this terribly, but flight suits should only be worn when participating in flying, and going to or returning from flying.
Hasn't been that way in the USAF since the late 70's.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:47:25 AM 
Started by Anderson#3 - Last post by Luis R. Ramos
...by that time they will be saying "Black boots are cool... Green boots are not cool..."




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 on: Yesterday at 11:44:02 AM 
Started by Anderson#3 - Last post by TheSkyHornet
Just because someone may be more used to ABUs with green boots, it does not make look the ABUs with black boots any less professional. Lets face it, are you sure that if the Air Force decides it will be using black boots tomorrow, do you think that after one or two years anyone will say "that does not look cool?"

By that time they'll be on their next uniform...again...


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 on: Yesterday at 11:39:16 AM 
Started by AHJ2001 - Last post by TheSkyHornet
For additional clarification:

Cadet duty assignments to do not earn any badge or device, with the exception of Cadet Advisory Council.

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