Started by etodd, April 14, 2019, 07:50:16 pm
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QuoteIf etodd wants to discuss the article that is in the Volunteer, I am happy to leave this topic open. However, if he wants to go off on a path and encourage people to go off on unapproved tangents, then this topic will be locked. We will be monitoring to see how this goes.
QuoteIf you want to be involved, contact your Wing's DOU and start training.
QuoteSpecific guidelines for mission capability as well as flight evaluation check- offs are still being developed, though they are being used in draft form.
QuoteOnce a wing has five UAS pilots and five UAS technicians, it gets initial operational capacity from CAP; once it reaches 10 of each, it's granted full operational capacity."We've already got multiple wings at that point, giving us a regional and national operational capacity right now," Worcester said.
QuoteCAP is the largest operator of sUAS in the country, with over 1,200 Federal Aviation Administration registered small UAS -- a number that's on the rise. CAP is investing additional time and resources to expand the program, and things are moving even fasterthan anticipated, as Worcester explained.
Quote from: etodd on April 14, 2019, 07:50:16 pmI do apologize if anything I have said leads people to think they should "go off on unapproved tangents". The last sentence of how I started the last post should have made it clear:QuoteIf you want to be involved, contact your Wing's DOU and start training.Emphasis mine. I have never said to go roque rogue. There ARE guidelines to follow and you should get them from your Wing DOU.
Quote from: Fubar on April 15, 2019, 05:32:24 am... perhaps you can find out why nothing is being published?
Quote from: Pace on April 15, 2019, 01:47:29 pmIt's only inviting ill feeling and disaster to continue to push so hard on this site.
Quote from: etodd on April 15, 2019, 01:32:16 pmQuote from: Fubar on April 15, 2019, 05:32:24 am... perhaps you can find out why nothing is being published?At our Wing's Conference this month, we were told from people at Hdqs, that the IT department is down to one person currently, who has a VERY full plate just trying to keep the systems going and rolling out eServices 2.0. Hence the quote in the article I quoted above about how they are having to use all the docs in draft form, and doing everything on paper. No real timetable for when all of this will show up in eServices or WMIRS. There are customer missions that are starting up this month. Hence the rush to roll out, online or not.
Quote from: Fubar on April 15, 2019, 02:13:07 pmThe number of times projects have flat out stopped because IT can't get around to it is staggering.
Quote from: Gunsotsu on April 15, 2019, 04:41:06 pmInvolved wings have already sent out emails to interested/qualified personnel. The future is here. Adapt.
Quote from: etodd on April 16, 2019, 02:53:49 amFantastic news OldGuy! Nice to see your Wing jumping into this full bore with the approved info given by Hqds, and not waiting for eServices or WMIRS to catch up to us. It'll be there one day, but for now we have lots of training to do. 😁
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