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 91 
 on: April 23, 2017, 06:59:54 PM 
Started by etodd - Last post by etodd
Thanks guys. Question has been answered. I'll get my retract time needed, elsewhere.

 92 
 on: April 23, 2017, 06:36:07 PM 
Started by etodd - Last post by bd5av8r
Dang model inconsistencies. Ok so there are 4 then, N9869C that Col Ninness pointed out, N6937T that Mike identified, and also N6433T and N6420T. The only 182 is 37T, the others are 172 retracts. I ran some tail number searches on flightaware and there are no flights in SWR, but again that data is so old the aircraft could have moved plenty of times since then.

N9869C, N6433T, and N6420T are all 182RG's. N6397T is the only Turbo 182RG.
We had a retract in Charleston in 2012


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 93 
 on: April 23, 2017, 04:09:29 PM 
Started by etodd - Last post by Nor'easter
Dang model inconsistencies. Ok so there are 4 then, N9869C that Col Ninness pointed out, N6937T that Mike identified, and also N6433T and N6420T. The only 182 is 37T, the others are 172 retracts. I ran some tail number searches on flightaware and there are no flights in SWR, but again that data is so old the aircraft could have moved plenty of times since then.

N9869C, N6433T, and N6420T are all 182RG's. N6397T is the only Turbo 182RG.

 94 
 on: April 23, 2017, 03:59:15 PM 
Started by DemonOps - Last post by DemonOps
Question One:  Our unit (group hq) just completed our SUI, last month.  I was not involved with the coordinating of unit responses to, CI, SI OR SUI.  Is there a way around this?  Can the group commander, who actually did all of the coordinations, waive this requirement?

Question Two corresponds with the one before it, which is:  "...Explain to the OJT supervisor or commander how this function interacts with the same function at higher and lower echelons. Explain how you have complied..."

Have I overlooked a regulation that pertains to this?

Not anyone's problem or concern, but it's important that I complete the requirements for the Senior Rating for the Administration Officer. 

Because of the advancement of my Multiple Sclerosis, I believe I'm running out of time. 

I've been a member since 1974 (with a six year absence due to military service).  It would be a tremendous accomplishment if I could just leave with a senior rating (doesn't mean automatic advancement to Major, but can't see anything that could preclude this, especially since it would be awarded at the time of my retirement).

Not to make this into a "Hallmark Moment" but CAPTalk has been the most reputable and helpful unofficial blog on the internet.  One by one, I've left other CAP blogs because they were comprised of malcontents, bomb throwers, and simple complainers.  CAPTalk suffers no fools, which is good.  Captains need to know how to look stuff up without having their hands held, and the fact that there are dozens of Lt. Colonels and a few former national commanders on this blog, helps to keep everything running "somewhat" smoothly.

If anyone is attending the Michigan Wing's Conference up in Traverse City next weekend, I hope you look me up.  I also, for the first time in thirty years, will be attending the evening banquet, since it will be my last (just wish I could bring my lovely wife, Linda). 

DAVID J. D'ARCY, Capt, CAP (123070)
Group 703 Administration Officer

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 95 
 on: April 23, 2017, 03:50:21 PM 
Started by etodd - Last post by FW
N6420T is a 182RG.  I have quite a few hours logged flying it.  Didn't realize it was still in the fleet.

 96 
 on: April 23, 2017, 01:08:25 PM 
Started by etodd - Last post by Brad
Dang model inconsistencies. Ok so there are 4 then, N9869C that Col Ninness pointed out, N6937T that Mike identified, and also N6433T and N6420T. The only 182 is 37T, the others are 172 retracts. I ran some tail number searches on flightaware and there are no flights in SWR, but again that data is so old the aircraft could have moved plenty of times since then.

 97 
 on: April 23, 2017, 07:41:25 AM 
Started by etodd - Last post by NIN

 98 
 on: April 23, 2017, 01:34:04 AM 
Started by etodd - Last post by sardak
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I ran an N-number search just now for "Civil Air Patrol Inc" and I show no C172RG or C182RGs at all.
R1x2 is the FAA designator for retracts, RG is Cessna's designator. N6397T is a CAP 182RG, but its FAA designator is TR182 (turbo retract).

Mike

 99 
 on: April 22, 2017, 10:59:07 PM 
Started by etodd - Last post by Brad
I ran an N-number search just now for "Civil Air Patrol Inc" and I show no C172RG or C182RGs at all.

 100 
 on: April 22, 2017, 10:38:56 PM 
Started by ProdigalJim - Last post by Storm Chaser
I wonder why CAP didn't just use the same language in AFI 36-2903. In the Air Force, current commanders wear the Command Insignia Pin "adjacent to top of medals", while graduated commanders wear it "adjacent to bottom row of medals." I think the position used by the Air Force makes it less likely for someone to confuse a current versus a graduated commander. CAP could've done the same in CAPM 39-1.

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