Started by Stonewall, March 24, 2021, 02:32:57 pm
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Quote from: Eclipse on April 04, 2021, 07:10:50 pmNot surprising to hear how uneven execution / standards were 20+ years ago. Heck, they are uneven now and everything is supposed to be standardized.This, of course, is the era of the "Monthly Membership Report" (MMR) where the CCsimply wrote directly on it near a member's name to indicate completion of Professional Development levels.This when I learned the phrase "P51 Hours".Good times.
Quote from: Spam on April 04, 2021, 08:43:57 pmThat was the MML (Monthly Membership Listing), not MMR.
Quote from: Spam on April 04, 2021, 08:43:57 pmIt was merely the roster/contact list, etc. There was a separate report (also dot matrix printed on attractive green/white striped perforated paper) called the SMTLR, or Senior Member Training Level Report. That latter report was the one which the unit/CC needed to update with red pen when someone added a new specialty track, or specialty track level. Contrary to your impression, we were not allowed to sign PD levels at the unit level; we still had to submit for higher HQ approval all the forms for courses, SLS/CLCs, conferences, and the like, and the records were updated at higher.
Quote from: Spam on April 04, 2021, 08:43:57 pmUntil a certain point though, the only central records of 101 currency were kept at Wing level based on approved/signed CAPF100s, so members were required to hand carry currency info to be presented at a sign in desk at a mission. It was always fun (not!) when enthusiastic but ignorant members would show up with no docs, and we had to tell them to go home (getting cussed out often as not). A sample for example: a GTM (no GTM3/2/1 then) would have to show a valid/current 101, a CAP ROP, an FCC 753, a CAPF60 emerg notification card, and a current Red Cross Standard First Aid card (8 hour class). A GTL would have to add a CAP drivers license and proof of valid ARC Advanced First Aid card (40 hour class), and these classes expired every 3 years.
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