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bragging rights!

Started by whatevah, February 23, 2005, 08:11:19 pm

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whatevah

ok peeps... post your *current* ES ratings.  Meaning, whatever you've got on your 101 card. :)

You can also post the number of actual missions you've been on.

I'll post mine later.
Jerry Horn
CAPTalk Co-Admin

Yoda

 ;)Ummm, I've got my 101 card...nothing on it, but I have it.

Greg

Not much to brag about, but:

GES
SET
GTM 3,2
*FLM
*MRO
C/Maj Greg(ory) Boyajian, CAP
Air Victory Museum Composite Squadron

Schmidty06

February 23, 2005, 10:55:52 pm #3 Last Edit: December 07, 2005, 04:11:35 am by Schmidty06
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
UDF
MRO
MSA
FLM
SET
GES


I've been on one actual mission, which was NBB (Twice).  It has been YEARS since MTWG has called up a ground team for a search.

hayes

GES
SET
GTM 3-1
GTL
GBD
UDF
MRO
CUL
FLM
FLS
MSA
MS
*MO
According to NHQ is also have
*LO
*MSO
*IO
*LSC
*FASC
*AOBD

I been on three actual missions that I can think of: NBB, Hurricane Charlie disaster relief, and a missing aircraft/persons search

Pylon

February 24, 2005, 12:45:16 am #5 Last Edit: December 05, 2005, 08:11:54 pm by Pylon
Wow - my meager:
GES
SET
...pales in comparison to the rest of you.   :P  I've got to get some of these requirements knocked off.





Edit:  5 December 2005 Update.

Okay, so I worked on a few ratings in the meantime.  I've got so far:

GES
SET
FLM
MS
MO
FASC*
IO*
MRO*
MSO*
LO*

AOBD and the various director slots are the next ones I need to work on.  :)
Michael F. Kieloch, Maj, CAP

whatevah

GES
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
UDF
GTL
MRO
CUL
IO
SET

(not showing the automatic training ones the silly website shows)

dunno how many missions... between 10 and 15
Jerry Horn
CAPTalk Co-Admin

Schmidty06

To my knowledge, all I have to get is CUL and I'm maxed out ES qual wise until I turn 18.  And the way I have myself set up, when I turn 18 I'll be an automatic GTL and GBD, since that would be the last requirement that I need to get those quals, pretty much.

CAPSGT

GES
SET
UDFT
GTM 3-1
GTL
GBD
MRO
FLM
FLS
MS
*FASC
*IO
*CUL
*MSO
*LO
I listed the Trainee ones in MIMS because I will actually work on them at some point in time.  I figure learning how to do all of the jobs and getting qualified in them (not necessarily maintaining currency, however) will help me in my ES professional development in the long run.

The trainee ratings that don't show up in MIMS that I'm actually working on are:
MO (gotta redo all the F&P tasks now that they changed the signoffs).
OSC (should show up but it doesn't recognize the "GBD with MS" as completing the pre-requisites.  It still wants to see AOBD)
MSA (a joke, but I actually need 1 F&P signoff)
MICHAEL A. CROCKETT, Lt Col, CAP
Assistant Communications Officer, Wicomico Composite Squadron

capnj

GTM3
GTM2
GES
SET
MRO
UDF
*GTM1

Almost have ES Tech Rating

Hill CAP

GES
MRO
UDF
SET
*CUL
*MS

At one time had GTL and GTM but TN lost my ES paperwork
Justin T. Adkinson
Former C/1st Lt and SM Capt
Extended Hiatus Statues

Horn229

February 26, 2005, 04:28:02 am #11 Last Edit: December 14, 2005, 02:42:04 pm by Horn229
GES
SET
MRO
MSA
FLM
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
UDF
GTL
GBD

Edit: making it all look neat...
NICHOLAS A. HORN, Senior Member, CAP

zigner2007

right-o
GTM3
GTM2
GES
SET
*GTM1
*MRO

I'm starting my FLM too

I've been on few actual missions, the most memorable was the missing alzheimers patient in January. The others were "so I'm taking bets I think the ELT is in THAT hanger"

abysmal

For those who might not know what all the initials stand for....

AL1 - Agency Liaison Level 1
AL2 - Agency Liaison Level 2
AL3 - Agency Liaison Level 3
AOBD - Air Operations Branch Director
CUL - Communications Unit Leader
FASC - Finance/Admin Section Chief 
FLM - Flight Line Marshaller
FLS - Flight Line Supervisor
GBD - Ground Branch Director
GES - General Emergency Services
GTL - Ground Team Leader
GTM1 - Ground Team Member Level 1
GTM2 - Ground Team Member Level 2
GTM3 - Ground Team Member Level 3
IC1 - Incident Commander Level 1
IC2 - Incident Commander Level 2
IC3 - Incident Commander Level 3
IO - Information Officer
LO - Liaison Officer
LSC - Logistics Section Chief
MC - Mission Chaplain
MO - Mission Observer
MP - SAR/DR Mission Pilot
MRO - Mission Radio Operator
MS - Mission Scanner
MSA - Mission Staff Assistant
MSO - Mission Safety Officer
OSC - Operations Section Chief
PSC - Planning Section Chief
RM - Radiological Monitoring
SET - Skills Evaluator
TMP - Transport Mission Pilot
UDF - Urban Direction Finding Team
2LT Christopher M. Parrett
Deputy Commander of Cadets, Cadet Programs Officer
London Bridge Composite Squadron 501
SWR-AZ-112,  Lake Havasu City, Arizona

Major_Chuck

Zip.  Too busy with Region Safety, Wing Logistics, and DDR to devote time to Emergency Services in an active capacity.  Will do all I can behind the scenes however to support them logistically.

Used to do the GTM and Communications stuff years ago though.

Chuck Cranford
SGT, TNCO VA OCS
Virginia Army National Guard

fyrfitrmedic

At present:

UDF 
GTM2 
GTM1 
GTL 
GTM3   
GES 
SET   
MRO 

My GBD is out-of-currency at present.

Number of missions? No idea off the top of my head; I'd have to consult my files. 25 years is a long time...

Various other skillsets and quals are applicable to the mission but don't show up on a 101 card.

MAJ Tony Rowley CAP
Lansdowne PA USA
"The passion of rescue reveals the highest dynamic of the human soul." -- Kurt Hahn

BlueLakes1

Let's see...


GES
MS
MO
TMP
RM
SET
*MP
*AOBD

Been on 4 actual missions, all as aircrew. Got lucky, was the backseat guy on our new glass cockpit C182's first mission, 3 days post delivery. It was an ELT search, but we did a shakedown of the SDIS toys too.

I'd like to learn the ground team stuff, but in a squadron with planes and roughly 30 pilots, GT stuff isn't seen often. Have to travel for that!

Col Matthew Creed, CAP
GLR/CC

JaL5597

GES
MRO

I have been working on CUL but thats not really a priority.

I have been on 2 missions.  One on mission staff and one on a ground team.

PA Guy

July 31, 2005, 04:46:09 am #18 Last Edit: July 31, 2005, 08:00:38 pm by PA Guy
MO
MS
UDF
SET
GTM 1
GTM 2
GTM 3
GTL
GES

I have no idea how many missions I have been on.  I have credit for 7 distress finds (ground) and 1 save.

MIKE

MIMS says I have the following:

GES
*GTM3
*UDF
*MRO

In my AO though the wing ES officer or his designate needs to validate any qualifications IAW the wing policy and issue a physical CAPF 101...  MIMS is not considered sufficient here... Gotta get any qualifications signed off by a qualified evaluator approved by wing... Then request a CAPF 101 from wing and also get on the WMU and MMU... At least I think thats how it works here.

I'm not in the wing system currently, but I could be in the near future as I'm working on a re-qualification for UDF, although I was thinking of gaming the system a bit and hang out as a supervised trainee and not bother with a full qualification.  ;D


Mike Johnston