Started by NIN, May 17, 2019, 05:49:36 pm
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Quote from: Spaceman3750 on May 17, 2019, 06:15:44 pmLaptop, power strip, extension cord, and WiFi hotspot if you have one.Also snacks and a hard-sided water bottle are nice to have.
Quote from: Spam on May 17, 2019, 06:28:52 pm... his state atlas is what, like one page?
Quote from: xyzzy on May 17, 2019, 06:24:00 pmI'd bring printouts of the checklist for the next level for any specialty track you are attempting.A multi-tool like a Leatherman may already be on your list.Your favorite state atlas; there tends to be a crowd around the official ones used in briefings etc., having your own makes it easier to follow along.If you are at all proficient with maps, bring your favorite paper and electronic method for converting among the different coordinate choices (degrees-minutes-seconds, degrees-minutes where minutes have decimal point, UTM, etc.)Binoculars, if going into field and you're confident you can handle the extra weight.
Quote from: Spam on May 17, 2019, 06:28:52 pm... his state atlas is what, like one page? CheersSpam
Quote from: Holding Pattern on May 17, 2019, 07:05:19 pmTENS on a CD or USB drive
Quote from: Luis R. Ramos on May 17, 2019, 07:30:18 pmHe needs the sleeping bag as he stated he will stay overnight in the mission base, that is, the night before the actual mission. He could have gone to a motel, then he would not need the sleeping bag. But he is not. But he stated he is going for MSA(T). Or maybe I read too much. If so he does not need any binos! Unless he gets bored as an MSA and decides to get on an MS sortie...
Quote from: Holding Pattern on May 17, 2019, 07:05:19 pmSQTR books and signoff sheets50 extra ICS-214 forms50 extra ICS-213 forms10 extra ICS-205 forms1 bag with 100 pens1 battery powered mission clock with large LED face
QuoteA spare copy of your 101 card, F160,F161
QuoteTENS on a CD or USB drive24 hour pack72 hour pack
QuotePortable label printer with weatherproof labels
QuoteSpare safety glasses and earplugs
QuoteCustomize the below lists for your needs:https://emilms.fema.gov/IS144/assets/TERT_Lesson_3_05_personal_preparation_worksheet.pdfhttps://emilms.fema.gov/IS144/assets/TERT_Lesson_3_09_physical_preparation_worksheet.pdfAsk these mobilization questions:Mission POCMission NumberType of EventReporting Location (Check-in)Reporting Date/TimeRequired EquipmentLength of OperationsSafety IssuesRelay to them:Your Mode of TransportationYour Route and ETA---Spare USB cables to charge usb2,usb3, and lightning connector phonesSpare battery pack to charge them with in the 20,000mah range1 box of 1 gallon ziplock bags
Quote from: Eclipse on May 17, 2019, 07:25:13 pmQuote from: Holding Pattern on May 17, 2019, 07:05:19 pmTENS on a CD or USB driveI know I'll be sorry, but this is what now?
QuoteTrusted End Node SecurityTrusted End Node Security (TENS™) creates a secure end node from trusted media on almost any Intel-based computer (PC or Mac). TENS™ boots a thin Linux operating system from removable media without mounting a local hard drive. Administrator privileges are not required; nothing is installed. TENS™ turns an untrusted system (such as a home computer) into a trusted network client. No trace of work activity or malware can be written to the local computer. Simply plug in your USB smart card reader to access CAC and PIV-restricted US government websites.TENS™ differs from traditional operating systems in that it isn't continually patched. TENS™ is designed to run from read-only media and without any persistent storage. Any malware that might infect a computer can only run within that session. A user can improve security by rebooting between sessions, or when about to undertake a sensitive transaction. For example, boot TENS™ immediately before performing any online banking transactions. TENS™ should also be rebooted immediately after visiting any risky websites, or when the user has reason to suspect malware might have been loaded. In any event, rebooting when idle is an effective strategy to ensure a clean computing session.TENS™ is updated on a regular basis. Be sure to update to the latest version to have the latest protection and most recent drivers.
Quote from: Eclipse on May 17, 2019, 08:25:16 pm^ Not CAP "thing" and wholly unnecessary for CAP ES operations.
Quote from: xyzzy on May 17, 2019, 06:56:24 pmQuote from: Spam on May 17, 2019, 06:28:52 pm... his state atlas is what, like one page? CheersSpamI'm thinking of something like a DeLORME atlas. The one for Vermont & New Hampshire has 57 pages of maps. Good amount of detail for planning a drive to a trail head or crash site, marginal for hiking.
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