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Fester
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« Reply #40 on: June 16, 2019, 04:49:55 AM »

"Budget" from what?

"Lobby" who?

You've been in CAP far too long to not understand how it works, unless it's willful.

Perhaps if he would invest the time and energy into progressing through our Professional Development program instead of just being happy being a butter bar "worker bee," he would have a better understanding of how things works? 

Just a thought.....
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« Reply #41 on: June 17, 2019, 12:07:04 AM »


Perhaps if he would invest the time and energy into progressing through our Professional Development program instead of just being happy being a butter bar "worker bee," he would have a better understanding of how things works? 


Oh I understand it a enough.  I just see how much "isn't" working, and like to push the envelope here as to where maybe things could go down the line. I mean really, do you think everything will be status quo 20 years from now? I think CAP will need to almost be totally reinvented at some point.

Yes, instead of bouncing my crazy ideas off my local folks, I use CAPTalk as a sounding board first. LOL

This whole drone program is one good example of how something that the AF and FEMA wants rolled out quickly, cannot be done in the "slow as Christmas" normal CAP framework.

Oh well ... lets revisit this conversation 20 years from now. Who nows? Maybe everything will be status quo, and still rolling along.
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Fester
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« Reply #42 on: June 17, 2019, 06:53:50 AM »


Perhaps if he would invest the time and energy into progressing through our Professional Development program instead of just being happy being a butter bar "worker bee," he would have a better understanding of how things works? 


Oh I understand it a enough.  I just see how much "isn't" working, and like to push the envelope here as to where maybe things could go down the line. I mean really, do you think everything will be status quo 20 years from now? I think CAP will need to almost be totally reinvented at some point.

Yes, instead of bouncing my crazy ideas off my local folks, I use CAPTalk as a sounding board first. LOL

This whole drone program is one good example of how something that the AF and FEMA wants rolled out quickly, cannot be done in the "slow as Christmas" normal CAP framework.

Oh well ... lets revisit this conversation 20 years from now. Who nows? Maybe everything will be status quo, and still rolling along.

It's pretty apparent to me that you don't have a firm grasp.  If you did, you wouldn't like to "push the envelope."
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