Started by ßτε, April 11, 2010, 03:35:03 pm
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Quote from: bte on April 11, 2010, 03:35:03 pmIs Level I required prior to a Form 5 check flight?
Quote from: Eclipse on April 11, 2010, 04:53:51 pmWould, should, could. I agree, but the question was "required" with a request to cite regs.Barring a properly approved and published local policy, there is no such requirement at the national level. A member in Active status could fly in a golf shirt combo w/o LI being completed.
Quote from: heliodoc on April 11, 2010, 05:02:45 pmI HAD to go through ALL the CAP knaptsions to include CPPT before the "cheap flying."When will CAPTalkers realize that alot of flying folks do join CAP for the free and cheap flying...there are plenty of CFI's bulding dual given, plenty of CFI's, ATP's, and Commercial types trying to suck up as much cheap flying time as they can...me? Can't afford it til a job offer comes my way. But I sure can entertain the thought of cheaper flying timeAll this talk about "cheap flying" is equal to the "cheaper flying we offer agencies." So the arguments about cheap flying can keep coming....I see all the time as the Sqdn Safety Officer and plenty in CAP will sell the the cheaper flying..No C&D or gag order on the cheap flying time.......CAP sells ALL the time...So respectfully, lay off the pilots who come into looking for the very thing CAP advertises..........CHEAPPilots will so learn about the myriad of regs and other activities in CAP that get thrown at one to get the mission accomplished....that will be the deciding factor who stays and who goes..see all the time even 30 yrs later and second time around CAP.But the argument of CAP and cheap flying time will never go away UNTIL CAP gets professional enough to say we offer a SERVICE and leave the the words.......We can do it cheaper than anyone else or agency....Some folks already KNOW this....... Some just don't always buy the cheap argument...... How about leadership at all levels to keep the interest of the newbie? If flying is their game...so what? CAP is Civil AIR Patrol and ALWAYS has been advertised as such...Some CAPTalkers just can not get over that AIR part...How about sellin Civil Ground Patrol to the pilots of CAP yesteryear and today?See how much traction that gets ya! CHEAP!
Quote from: lordmonar on April 11, 2010, 05:14:14 pmQuote from: Eclipse on April 11, 2010, 04:53:51 pmWould, should, could. I agree, but the question was "required" with a request to cite regs.Barring a properly approved and published local policy, there is no such requirement at the national level. A member in Active status could fly in a golf shirt combo w/o LI being completed.Come on man! Are you such a robot that you are going to spout this sort of tripe.The spirit of the regulations is a thousand times more important than the the letter.
Quote from: Major Lord on April 11, 2010, 07:17:53 pm60-1"CAP members will wear an appropriate CAP uniform and carry proof of CAP membership. Only occupants of CAP gliders and crew members requested not to wear uniforms by the customer of a CD Mission are exempt from the CAP uniform requirement."No level one, no uniform. How do you get your form 5 without violating the uniform requirement?Major Lord
Quote from: bte on April 11, 2010, 03:35:03 pmIs Level I required prior to a Form 5 check flight?If so, can you give a specific reference?
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