Started by Hawk200, November 30, 2019, 04:13:48 pm
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Quote from: Eclipse on November 30, 2019, 04:20:53 pmIt's a small group of CAP members with special access to the cell phone system as well as NTAP data that they use in combination with BISC-type search techniques to find missing people and aircraft.
Quote from: NIN on November 30, 2019, 10:20:34 pmPeople get "hired" for those teams based on a very select set of skills and abilities that they can contribute.
Quote from: etodd on December 01, 2019, 03:20:29 amThese members can do their jobs with their laptops while sitting on a beach enjoying a sip of tea. They can be anywhere in the world with internet access. IOW, there is no need for each Wing to have a team. Its not a local operation. IMHO, its really marginally a CAP operation. These members could splinter off and do their own thing as long as another organization with the connections to cell phone and radar data would take them in.However its good they stay with us ... when they make a find or save, CAP nationally gets credited, so we can use those numbers in our marketing, as if we were all involved. Its really quite amusing when you think about it.
Quote from: NIN on November 30, 2019, 10:20:34 pm......People get "hired" for those teams based on a very select set of skills and abilities that they can contribute.There are only 13 people on the NRAT team and they are a chartered unit.The Cell team is part of AZ Wing, but they're a national asset. They're even smaller than the NRAT team.
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