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bragging rights!

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

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AlphaSigOU

December 25, 2005, 07:28:23 pm #40 Last Edit: January 27, 2007, 11:15:57 pm by AlphaSigOU
All I have is the basics:

GES
SET

Once the squadron gets back to its regular schedule, I'll be training for the following:

MS
MO

... and anything else I can get trained on!  ;D

EDITED: Now fully qualified as MS, MO, UDF, CUL.
Lt Col Charles E. (Chuck) Corway, CAP
Gill Robb Wilson Award (#2901 - 2011)
Amelia Earhart Award (#1257 - 1982) - C/Major (retired)
Billy Mitchell Award (#2375 - 1981)
Administrative/Personnel/Professional Development Officer
Nellis Composite Squadron (PCR-NV-069)
KJ6GHO - NAR 45040

Five-seveN

MS
GBD 
GTL 
GTM3 
GTM2 
GTM1 
UDF 
GES 
SET   
*FASC   
*IO   
*MRO   
*MSO   
*LO 

Not bad for a cadet. 

Horn229

Quote from: Five-seveN on January 12, 2006, 08:12:19 pm
MS
GBD 
GTL 
GTM3 
GTM2 
GTM1 
UDF 
GES 
SET   
*FASC   
*IO   
*MRO   
*MSO   
*LO 

Not bad for a cadet. 



Mhmm, and on what system are you a Mission Scanner? 'Cause e-services doesn't say you are.

Oh, and how do you get GTM 3 through GBD all done in the same month? Is that when your wing switched from paper to MIMS?
NICHOLAS A. HORN, Senior Member, CAP

CAPRANGER

My updated quals:

GTL
GTM1
GTM2
GTM3
UDF
GES
SET
*MRO
//SIGNED//
JOSEPH S. GORGOGLIONE, A1C, USAF
USAF Command Post Controller
www.ctbrad.ang.af.mil
CAPSearchandRescue@gmail.com

Pace

January 31, 2006, 07:07:17 pm #44 Last Edit: January 31, 2006, 07:14:18 pm by dcpacemaker
I just got PSC (well, I will as soon as wing approves it).  So far, that is the hardest ES function I've encountered.  I'm sure IC is harder, but I'm not there yet.  Prioritizing missions, updating your parts of the status board and maps, those [rant]stupid[/rant] incident objective and incident action plan (IAP) forms, integrating facts and "rumors" into the incident strategy, continuously modifying the IAP and objectives, avoiding the tendency to help the OSC relay info and orders to the AOBD and GBD, etc etc etc...

If this job is done right, it is potentially the most time consuming job right under IC.  Now I see why CAP makes you get it before IC, AL, OSC, or any other high level ES rating.

Let's see what it looks like now:
GES
SET
FLM
UDF
GTM3
GTM2
GTM1
GTL
GBD
MS
MO
MSA
MRO
CUL
PSC
AOBD*
OSC*
FLS*
LSC*
FASC*
LO*
MSO*
IO*
Lt Col, CAP

PhoenixRisen

February 03, 2006, 04:12:25 am #45 Last Edit: April 20, 2006, 12:35:58 am by CALcadet144
Quote from: arajca on August 01, 2005, 05:52:11 am
Quote from: Cadet Bonnett on August 01, 2005, 01:26:37 am
I have a 101 card but all i am certified in is

GES

nothing up thier in the high standards but it's a start...

It's a start. Keep in mind that GES is the basis for all other qualifications. If you lose GES (usually due to failure to take the online update tests), you lose EVERYTHING. I know of several members who put off taking the new GES test after the last revision of the ES regs and came to a SAREX only to find out they weren't qualified for ANYTHING ( the MP's were really p.o.'d  ;D).

When the online update tests come out, your unit ES officer or Commander should tell you about them. BUt, the folks here will most likely post about the difficulty level of the tests (generally not very :)).


For GES, how come you have to re-take the update test when it says, "NO EXPIRE" for the expiration date on my 101 card? Also, how do you know when to take the update test? Are you informed by someone (or automatically)?


And for my qualifications... currently, I only have:

GES
MRO (with an ACUT ROA)
SET
UDF*
GTM3*
GTM2*

SarDragon

You only need to retake the 116 test when a new one is published.

The 117 tests need to be taken every 2 or 3 years. You only need to take the one that applies to your specialty group - GT, Mission Base, or Aircrew.
Dave Bowles
Maj, CAP
AT1, USN Retired
Mitchell Award (unnumbered)
C/WO, CAP, Ret

Chris Jacobs

I found the 117 test once when i was on line, but since then i have not been able to find it again.  Can someone point me to it?
C/1st Lt Chris Jacobs
Columbia Comp. Squadron

pixelwonk

here you go:

https://tests.cap.af.mil/ops/tests/default.cfmMessage=Ok

Just click on the test you want  from the drop down menu

isuhawkeye

IC level 2 (is anyone else in NCR, or the country for that matter a level 2


Eclipse

Lord will I be glad when the Wing Commanders are finally forced to comply
with the ODER FROM THE NATIONAL COMMANDER two+ years ago to
cease use of the WMU and use eServices.

Good system / bad system is not the point.  Its about local control, fifedoms, and GOB networks.




Matt

Quote from: Eclipse on June 21, 2006, 02:52:17 pm
Lord will I be glad when the Wing Commanders are finally forced to comply
with the ODER FROM THE NATIONAL COMMANDER two+ years ago to
cease use of the WMU and use eServices.

Good system / bad system is not the point.  Its about local control, fifedoms, and GOB networks.




I'll be glad to use MIMS when it allows for slamming of tasks, and the userability of WMU.  WMU was designed by users and gurus; not by geeks.  MIMS is NOT user friendly.
<a href=mailto:mkopp@ncr.cap.gov> Matthew Kopp</a>, Maj, CAP
Director of Information Technology
<a href=https://www.ncrcap.us.org> North Central Region</a>

ZigZag911

GES
SET
MS
UDF
CUL
MRO
MO (not current)
IC3
AL3
OSC
PSC
LSC
FASC
AOBD
MIO*
MSO*
LO*

75 missions.training missions

Chris Jacobs

I would agree that the WMU is better.  Although if you keep up to date with the WMU you will see that portions of it just lead to MIMS now.  As MIMS becomes better the WMU is giving the power to it.
C/1st Lt Chris Jacobs
Columbia Comp. Squadron

Matt

I'm going to guess that you're speaking of links such as the 101 Cards.  The reason why that is is because it is easier to simply link over parts to make the card "offcial" however, parts still remain on WMU.

WMU also allows for things that MIMS does not: mainly remote mission management.  It allows for coordination of missions over the internet either using the WMU website or by using IMU which links to the WMU server.
<a href=mailto:mkopp@ncr.cap.gov> Matthew Kopp</a>, Maj, CAP
Director of Information Technology
<a href=https://www.ncrcap.us.org> North Central Region</a>

Chris Jacobs

No the part i was refering to was the pilot information.  If i have hear right, if you click on the pilot information box in the WMU it just redirects you to MIMS.  All the information is shared between MIMS and WMU on a daily basis.

Maybe i also favor the WMU/IMU a little becuase the member who wrote the programs is in my wing.
C/1st Lt Chris Jacobs
Columbia Comp. Squadron

Matt

We have one of his accomplises helpers in our's.

I haven't done much with Pilot entry, however, I'm working on getting the guide book put together by one of the SE WI Group Members.
<a href=mailto:mkopp@ncr.cap.gov> Matthew Kopp</a>, Maj, CAP
Director of Information Technology
<a href=https://www.ncrcap.us.org> North Central Region</a>

biZarre

Here's mine:

CUL
MRO
GTL 
GTM3
UDF   
MS   
MO   
GTM2   
GTM1   
GBD   
GES   
SET   
ARCH 


Just enough to keep busy on any given mission.
Doug Kilian, Lt Col, CAP
Director of Cadet Programs
Minnesota Wing

CAP006

Hi. My name is C/A1C Robert Dahms and I'm wondering how you can do that with your 101 card?                     

O ya in a few more days,
MRO
UDF
and GTM2  Will be signed off.

( just thought to throw that out there )
CAP 006 = one away from the Big Shot

C/2nd. Lt. Robert Dahms
Cadet ES Officer
Cadet Comm's Officer
Color Guard Commander
MER-NC-023

PhoenixRisen

Quote from: Robert Dahms on July 23, 2006, 07:48:37 am
Hi. My name is C/A1C Robert Dahms and I'm wondering how you can do that with your 101 card?


Do what with your 101 card?