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CAP006

Quote from: CALcadet144 on July 23, 2006, 07:53:34 am
Quote from: Robert Dahms on July 23, 2006, 07:48:37 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. :)
CAP 006 = one away from the Big Shot

C/2nd. Lt. Robert Dahms
Cadet ES Officer
Cadet Comm's Officer
Color Guard Commander
MER-NC-023

floridacyclist

December 09, 2006, 04:21:31 pm #61 Last Edit: May 03, 2007, 12:13:05 pm by floridacyclist
SET
UDF 
GTL
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
CUL
MSA
MS (Expired - awaiting mission)
GBD   
*LSC   
*FASC   
IO   
LO
PSC   
*MSO   
OSC
*IC3
CISM
101DR
Gene Floyd, Capt CAP
Wearer of many hats, master of none (but senior-rated in two)
www.tallahasseecap.org
www.rideforfatherhood.org

Rangersigo

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

IceNine

January 10, 2007, 04:01:33 pm #63 Last Edit: March 29, 2007, 06:11:51 am by MFD1506
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
"All of the true things that I am about to tell you are shameless lies"

Book of Bokonon
Chapter 4

swya

c/a1c James Collins- age 13
nellis cadet squadron- nvo69
my myspace is www.myspace.com/swya

drcomm

February 19, 2007, 02:37:49 am #65 Last Edit: March 26, 2007, 01:47:55 am by drcomm
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.

David Romere, Maj, CAP
Starbase Composite Squadron, SWR-OK-151
Oil Well 767
Mitchell Award #2536 (May 1981)
Amateur Radio Call Sign: KA5OWI

connelly

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.
C/CMSGT Connelly
Topsail Composite Squadron
http://topsailcomposite.com

DeputyDog

Quote from: connelly on March 28, 2007, 01:36:54 am
And yall don't bother with national 101 they will laugh if you bring one to a mission.


With what?

SJFedor

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



Steven Fedor, NREMT-P
Master Ambulance Driver
Former Capt, MP, MCPE, MO, MS, GTL, and various other 3-and-4 letter combinations
NESA MAS Instructor, 2008-2010 (#479)

SJFedor

Quote from: connelly on March 28, 2007, 01:36:54 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.


Steven Fedor, NREMT-P
Master Ambulance Driver
Former Capt, MP, MCPE, MO, MS, GTL, and various other 3-and-4 letter combinations
NESA MAS Instructor, 2008-2010 (#479)

Stonewall

April 07, 2007, 04:55:00 am #70 Last Edit: April 29, 2007, 08:01:41 pm by Stonewall
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)



Serving since 1987.

bricktonfire

May 22, 2007, 03:23:25 pm #71 Last Edit: May 22, 2007, 05:14:16 pm by lilred36781
i have:
         FLM (trainee)
         MRO(Trainee)
         SET (i took the test)
         GTM3 (trainee)
         GES

3-4 mission mostly sarex or squadron training days

davedove

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.
David W. Dove, Maj, CAP
Deputy Commander for Seniors
Personnel/PD/Asst. Testing Officer
Ground Team Leader
Frederick Composite Squadron
MER-MD-003

DeputyDog

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.

jimmydeanno

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...
If you have ten thousand regulations you destroy all respect for the law. - Winston Churchill

JC004

yes, I know...the photo is like 3 years old...   >:D  >:D  >:D



>:D  >:D  >:D

SJFedor



Steven Fedor, NREMT-P
Master Ambulance Driver
Former Capt, MP, MCPE, MO, MS, GTL, and various other 3-and-4 letter combinations
NESA MAS Instructor, 2008-2010 (#479)

mikeylikey

^^^ 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
What's up monkeys?

JC004

Quote from: mikeylikey on May 31, 2007, 02:19:52 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 been pulling those duties for lots o' SAREXs...actuals, too.  I've got a couple of those blue ribbons, after all...

SJFedor

Quote from: mikeylikey on May 31, 2007, 02:19:52 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.


Steven Fedor, NREMT-P
Master Ambulance Driver
Former Capt, MP, MCPE, MO, MS, GTL, and various other 3-and-4 letter combinations
NESA MAS Instructor, 2008-2010 (#479)