Started by Archer, August 04, 2013, 09:19:50 AM
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Quote from: Archer on August 04, 2013, 09:19:50 AMThis probably doesn't meet the hysterical requirement for hysterical history ...... but they focused more on singular efforts of small teams or solo efforts of Civil Air Patrolmen.
Quote from: flyer333555 on August 04, 2013, 07:17:21 PMI recall something like FW states, but could not give exact recollection other than what I posted in my message.By the way, I still see or hear some of the aircrew of the initial air sortie. Col Heinich is still active in LIG. Yesterday I asked him whether any of the airplanes being used at this weekend's SAREX was the airplane he flew then, he said no as that one was a 172 or 173. I (Flyer) have a problem retaining some information as I am 58. Feldman is still active in NY Wing HQ but I do not see him, just read his signatures...Of NYCG aircrew that flew over Ground Zero, those are retired or moved to other things.[edited for clarity]
Quote from: a2capt on September 15, 2011, 03:39:26 AMPalomar Airport Information Tango - One Ate Fife Zero Zulu, observation - Wind two fower zero at seven, visibility one zero, sky condition overcast at one thousand four hundred. Temperature one niner degrees celsius, dew point one six degrees celsius. Altimeter two niner niner fower.Attention All Aircraft - By Order of the Federal Aviation Command Center all airports, aerodromes are not authorized for (ops?) or takeoff until further notice. Advise initial contact you have information Tangohttp://17500mph.com/M3/CRQATIS.mp3 <-- From 1850Z 11-Sept, 2001.
Quote from: flyboy1 on August 05, 2013, 11:58:12 AMActually, you've all got it a little wrong. The NHQ list of bullet points showing CAP missions in the wake of 9-11 to be three pages long and shows related missions as far away as the California Wing.Here's the list from NHQ, last updated 19 Sept. 2001:... Did I forget anything?
Quote from: David Vandenbroeck on August 07, 2013, 09:47:12 PMActually since a lot of what was done was a result of the hysteria of the day and the weeks shortly thereafter, it does qualify as hysterical history. There were a lot of knee jerk reactions all around the country.
Quote from: David Vandenbroeck on August 09, 2013, 09:19:41 PMNo, that is not being said.
Quote from: MisterCD on August 09, 2013, 01:49:59 PMWhat everyone here is telling me is that there is a definite need to put together a monograph on CAP's response to the 11 September 2001 attacks. I dare say the history program is up for the task.
Quote from: MisterCD on August 10, 2013, 05:41:14 PMthe organization learn anything from the experience(s)?
Quote from: MisterCD on August 10, 2013, 05:41:14 PMDid 9/11 expose problems with CAP services or potential avenues for future development?
Quote from: MisterCD on August 10, 2013, 05:41:14 PMA list makes me wonder what these events entailed. A couple photos and articles about the aircrews are nice, but did the organization learn anything from the experience(s)? Did 9/11 expose problems with CAP services or potential avenues for future development? There is always more than the basics, but perhaps research and analysis is a mute point if the basic and obvious satiates the member needs.
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