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 on: Today at 02:42:20 PM 
Started by etodd - Last post by Gunsotsu
When I was last there, it did not. AD, Reserve, DOD, NASA, AD retirees, and dependents only.

Their application says the same. (Unless they now allow it under "OTHER")

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 on: Today at 12:39:11 PM 
Started by Arc light - Last post by GaryVC
Add the additional wrinkle of CAP members who are also AD/NG/RES members of the Air Force.....or may become one in the future.

And retired. I received this award twice while I was on active duty.

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 on: Today at 11:43:57 AM 
Started by etodd - Last post by stillamarine
There is a C-182RG at KEET that is within a short driving or flying distance. Will probably be my best bet. Hoping to complete IFR in a month or so and move into finishing up Commercial this summer.  I already have all the Commercial XCs done. I just need the 10 hours of complex and a little more work on maneuvers.

Redstone Flying Activity:
C182RG  140.00/hr
PA-28R   125.00/hr
Instructor rate:  $27.00/hr

Activity Fees:
Initiation Fee  $35.00
Monthly dues:  35.00/mo

I live in the Trussville Area and from my doorstep to the Flying Activity is 1.75 hr.  But I also drive up Hwy 231 and drive at the speed limit (probably one of the 3 people in Alabama that does so).  I guess the trip would be faster using the Interstate. 

Several really good instructors at Redstone.

Cliff, what are the requirements to join Redstone? Does CAP membership qualify?

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 on: Today at 11:12:23 AM 
Started by Eclipse - Last post by Spaceman3750
My vote would be a custom web app which decouples UI from backend. Build the data system on a RESTful/JSON (though technically with RESTful you're supposed to support XML and JSON) API, then sit a UI on top of the API. You can interchange the UI design, or access the data programmatically, with no change to the backend - it doesn't care, it's just an API.

What leads you to believe this isn't the current system's architecture?

Nothing.

 5 
 on: Today at 10:59:18 AM 
Started by Eclipse - Last post by N Harmon
My vote would be a custom web app which decouples UI from backend. Build the data system on a RESTful/JSON (though technically with RESTful you're supposed to support XML and JSON) API, then sit a UI on top of the API. You can interchange the UI design, or access the data programmatically, with no change to the backend - it doesn't care, it's just an API.

What leads you to believe this isn't the current system's architecture?

 6 
 on: Today at 09:58:30 AM 
Started by Arc light - Last post by shuman14
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Everyone you mentioned is in the military so that is a big difference between them and an 8th grade cadet.

True that is a big difference but to point back to the USCG Auxiliary you can be 17 and never in the Military and be awarded USCG decorations.

Bottom line is the USAF is gonna do what it wants to do regarding this Award and our opinions will mean little in that decision.

So stand by to standby.

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 on: Today at 08:55:20 AM 
Started by etodd - Last post by Cliff_Chambliss
There is a C-182RG at KEET that is within a short driving or flying distance. Will probably be my best bet. Hoping to complete IFR in a month or so and move into finishing up Commercial this summer.  I already have all the Commercial XCs done. I just need the 10 hours of complex and a little more work on maneuvers.

Redstone Flying Activity:
C182RG  140.00/hr
PA-28R   125.00/hr
Instructor rate:  $27.00/hr

Activity Fees:
Initiation Fee  $35.00
Monthly dues:  35.00/mo

I live in the Trussville Area and from my doorstep to the Flying Activity is 1.75 hr.  But I also drive up Hwy 231 and drive at the speed limit (probably one of the 3 people in Alabama that does so).  I guess the trip would be faster using the Interstate. 

Several really good instructors at Redstone.

 8 
 on: Today at 12:51:38 AM 
Started by maddoggy - Last post by Shutterbug
Check out CAPP 152: https://www.capmembers.com/media/cms/SocialMediaGuidelines_CAE169A56801E.pdf

It's the CAP Social Media Guide, and is a nice read for anyone remotely involved with our web presence.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:45:27 PM 
Started by maddoggy - Last post by etodd
I am not on Cadet advisory council or color-guard: I am simply a C/TSGT on staff that was thinking of making a squadron instagram since our squadron doesn't currently have one...

1) Can I simply just make one and get the squadron to join?
2) Who should I run the idea by if I were to ask permission?
3) How many cadets can run it?
4) Do I have to ask permission?

Whats the purpose? Are most of the Cadets already on Instagram? If so, are they all following each other? If so, then everyone is probably already sharing fun photos of events with each other.

For marketing the Squadron to possible recruits, currently the website and Facebook page are easier to 'push' to outside prospects. I would just continue to use Instagram and Snapchat for fun, as it probably is already.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:43:50 PM 
Started by maddoggy - Last post by Cadetter
Check who your unit IT officer is (if you don't have one, it's probably the squadron commander or deputy commander for cadets). Run the idea by them, using the proper chain of command procedures. You can find out if anyone is assigned as IT officer in eServices by looking at (new eServices - Reports - Duty Positions in My Unit).

Also in eServices, you can find CAPR 110-1. Look under "Information Technology." It's a short reg, so I recommend reading it before contacting your IT officer.

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