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whatevah
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« on: March 06, 2005, 02:36:28 AM »

every unit staff member has their own collection of regs, forms and cheatsheets he/she likes to have handy.

What's your collection of stuff you bring to your unit meetings?

back when I was Cadet Commander and Advisor, I brought all 3 volumes of the leadership manuals, the NCO & Officer aerospace books, 39-1, 52-16, 900-2, encampment manual, and a couple unit forms.  Of course, being the top cadet, I could just leave everything in the office, and usually only carried around the schedule unless I was teaching a class. ;D
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« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2005, 04:50:31 AM »

My trusty binder is better known by the name "iBook" and it carries in a very small profile a full assortment of all of CAP's regs, manuals, pamphlets, forms, and of course plenty of squadron documents, and anything else I could possibly want.
 
I've used it to teach a class and I've used it to look up reg cites on the fly in the middle of a meeting; it's quite handy!   ;D
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Greg
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« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2005, 04:56:09 PM »

When I was Stan/Eval NCOIC at encampment, you would never catch me without my "white book" (what the rest of the staff affecionately called it).  It was a white three-ring binder with CAPR 900-2, CAPM 39-1, CAPR 52-16, and AFMAN 36-2203.   8)
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C/Maj Greg(ory) Boyajian, CAP
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« Reply #3 on: March 07, 2005, 08:47:55 AM »

In the trunk of my car I keep a plastic milk crate that contains CAPR 67-1, 77-1, and 87-1 along with associated MER and Wing Supplements as well as forms.  This is for when I am in my VAWG/LG role.

In my capacity as Assistant Director of Safety for MER I keep the necessary CAP Regulations, supplements, and forms in a flight case.

But...since I got a new laptop everything important for either position has been downloaded to a rewriteable disk and anything that I need is pulled up on the national website.

Technology is always great but I am always mindful that harddrives crash, batteries die, and internet connections can be lost.

-CC ;D

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Chuck Cranford
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« Reply #4 on: March 07, 2005, 12:27:40 PM »

ROE 5.4, Leadership (new edition), Aerospace Modules, and all of my Color Guard Tests that i made.  I also have tons of MBTI forms.  That's about it.  I also carry a flash drive with the squadron inventory and all of the other regs.
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« Reply #5 on: March 07, 2005, 05:30:37 PM »

All of my stuff is in my head.  I've read and re-read a _lot_ of regs and the like.
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Greg
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« Reply #6 on: March 07, 2005, 05:49:15 PM »

All of my stuff is in my head.  I've read and re-read a _lot_ of regs and the like.

Same here, but you can't show somebody how they're wrong unless you've got a hard copy of the needed reg right there.  At encampment, if I ever corrected anybody's uniform, most of the time they'd believe me, but when somebody argued that they were right, I'd just open the binder and show them.
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C/Maj Greg(ory) Boyajian, CAP
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Schmidty06
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« Reply #7 on: March 08, 2005, 05:40:58 PM »

I thought you could aggressively force the knowledge held within the binder into their head using the blunt end of the binder.
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Yoda
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« Reply #8 on: March 31, 2005, 02:29:48 PM »

My trusty binder is better known by the name "iBook" and it carries in a very small profile a full assortment of all of CAP's regs, manuals, pamphlets, forms, and of course plenty of squadron documents, and anything else I could possibly want.
 
I've used it to teach a class and I've used it to look up reg cites on the fly in the middle of a meeting; it's quite handy!   ;D
I got one of those binders.  Only I named mine "Teknote". :-D
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