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Title: 42nd Composite Squadron CAP Mission Aircrew Course Module 1


1
42nd Composite SquadronCAP Mission
AircrewCourse Module 1
2
Requirements for CAP Aircrew Members
3
Mission Scanner Requirements
  • Trainee
  • Qualified General Emergency Services (GES)
  • At least 18 years of age (minimum should be
    mature)
  • 101T-MS familiarization and preparatory training
  • Commanders authorization
  • Qualification
  • 101T-MS requirements
  • Exercise participation (two separate missions)
  • Unit certification and recommendation

4
Mission Observer Requirements
  • Trainee
  • Qualified General Emergency Services (GES)
  • Qualified as Mission Scanner
  • At least 18 years of age (minimum should be
    mature)
  • 101T-MO familiarization and preparatory training
  • Commanders authorization
  • Qualification
  • 101T-MO requirements
  • Complete Basic Communications User Training and
    Task L-001
  • Exercise participation (two separate missions)
  • Unit certification and recommendation

5
Mission Pilot Requirements
  • Trainee
  • Qualified CAP Airplane Pilot (IAW CAPR 60-1, with
    at least 175 hours PIC including 50 hours
    cross-country per 60-3)
  • Qualified as Mission Scanner
  • At least 18 years of age (minimum should be
    mature)
  • SQTR-MP Familiarization and Preparatory training
  • Commanders authorization
  • Qualification
  • SQTR-MP Advanced training requirements and CAPF
    91
  • Includes at least 200 hours PIC with 50 hours
    cross-country
  • Exercise participation (two missions see 60-3)
  • Unit certification and recommendation
  • Current Continuing Education exam (CAPT 117, Part
    2)

6
Objectives
  • Throughout these slides, each objective is
    followed by
  • The mission specialty rating to which the
    objective applies (S Scanner O Observer P
    Pilot)
  • The Task ID from the Aircrew and Flight Line Task
    Manual that will be tested.

7
Objectives
  • State mission Scanner duties and
    responsibilities. S, P-2013
  • State mission Observer duties and
    responsibilities. O, P-2007
  • State Mission Pilot duties and responsibilities
    P, P-2001
  • Discuss CAP missions P, 2003
  • Discuss liability coverage and applicability S,
    P-2014
  • List the general rules for entering data into
    forms. S, P-2015

8
Scanner Duties Responsibilities
  • PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY Visual Search
  • IMSAFE (next slide)
  • Be prepared to fly the mission clothing,
    equipment, credentials, etc.
  • Assist in avoiding obstacles during taxiing
  • Obey sterile cockpit rules limit conversation
    to mission- and safe-related topics during
    critical phases of flight, or anytime the crew is
    executing high-load tasks
  • Employ effective scanning techniques.
  • Report observations accurately and honestly.
  • Keep accurate sketches and notes.
  • Complete all required paperwork.
  • Conduct the mission as planned report
    availability.
  • Return borrowed or assigned equipment.

9
IMSAFE
  • Illness
  • Medication
  • Stress
  • Alcohol
  • Fatigue
  • Emotion

10
Observer Duties Responsibilities
  • Primary Responsibility during searches Visual
    Search
  • Report for briefings
  • Assist in planning may be mission commander
  • Check necessary equipment aboard (checklists)
  • Assist in avoiding obstacles during taxiing
  • Assist in setting up and operating radios
  • Assist in setting up and operating nav equipment
  • Maintain situational awareness
  • Assist in monitoring fuel status

11
Observer Duties Responsibilities(continued)
  • Assist enforcing the sterile cockpit rules
  • Assist pilot during searches, particularly ELT
  • Keep mission base/high bird apprised of status
  • Coordinate scanner assignments, schedule breaks,
    monitor crew for fatigue dehydration
  • Maintain observers log
  • Report for debriefing
  • Assist with all post-mission paperwork
  • Keep track of assigned equipment and supplies

12
MP Duties Responsibilities
  • Primary Responsibility Pilot the aircraft in a
    safe and proficient manner, following all CAP and
    FAA rules and regulations.
  • Second Remember that you are a pilot, not a
    scanner.
  • In addition to these duties, the pilot must
    perform all the duties of the observer if no
    qualified observer is on board

13
MP Duties Responsibilities
  • In addition to the duties of Pilot-in-Command
  • Responsible for obtaining complete briefings and
    for planning sorties
  • Thoroughly brief the aircrew before flight,
    including a briefing on their responsibilities
    during all phases of the upcoming flight
  • Obtain a proper flight release
  • Enforce sterile cockpit rules
  • Utilize CRM techniques and procedures

14
MP Duties Responsibilities
  • Fly search patterns as completely and precisely
    as possible report any deviations from the
    prescribed patterns during debriefing
  • Monitor the observer and ensure all events,
    sightings and reports are recorded and reported
  • Fill out all forms accurately, completely and
    legibly

15
CAP Missions
  • Aerospace Education
  • Cadet Program
  • Emergency Services
  • Civil Defense / Wartime
  • Disaster Relief
  • Search and Rescue
  • Emergency Communications
  • National Security

16
CAP Civil Defense/Wartime Missions
  • CAP OPLAN 1000
  • Provide emergency communications network
  • Provide damage assessment
  • Support state and regional disaster airlift
    (SARDA)
  • Provide radiological monitoring and
    decontamination teams
  • Airlift of high priority resources
  • Security Control of Air Traffic and Air
    Navigation Aids (SCATANA) Plan

17
CAP Peacetime Missions
  • Peacetime disaster relief as a component of FEMA
    Urban Search and Rescue program
  • Damage Assessment, Communications, Transportation
  • Search and Rescue (SAR)
  • USAF is SAR coordinator
  • AFRCC implements national search and rescue plan
  • CAP conducts 4 out of 5 searches
  • Counterdrug Operations (CD)
  • Support is limited to reconnaissance,
    transportation and communications
  • US Customs, DEA, US Forest Service and others

18
Peacetime Missions (cont)
  • Homeland Security
  • TBD
  • Partner Agencies
  • Red Cross
  • Salvation Army
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
  • Department of the Interior (DOI)
  • Federal Highway Administration (FHA)
  • Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
  • National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
  • U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)

19
Liability
  • Federal Employee Compensation Act (FECA)
  • Workers compensation
  • Injured or killed on Air Force-assigned missions
  • Commercial insurance for corporate missions
  • Coverage varies depending on the type of mission
  • Know your coverage for the missions you are on

20
Liability (cont)
  • Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA)
  • Liability protection
  • CAP members acting within the scope of their
    duties on CAP operational missions
  • Air Force assigned missions (including 911T)
  • CAP corporate missions
  • CAPR 900-5, CAP Insurance/Benefits Program

21
Liability (cont)
  • Wing and Region Commanders may assess CAP members
    for the cost of repairs due to damage to CAP
    Aircraft (CAPR 60-1)
  • Negligence up to 500
  • Gross negligence up to 5,000
  • Willful or intentional misconduct beyond 5,000
  • CAP corporate missions
  • CAPR 62-2, Mishap Reporting
  • CAPF 78, Mishap Report Form
  • Avionics lock

22
Operational Agreements
  • National, regional and state levels
  • In accordance with CAPR 60-3
  • Formalized through agencies chain of commands
  • Facilitates OPLAN implementation
  • Agreements are approved and signed at all levels
  • Contents
  • Limitations
  • Reimbursements
  • Liability

23
Forms
  • OPLANS and CONPLANs contingency actions
  • Regulations supervise and direct
  • -- MOUs and Agreements facilitate understanding
  • ---- Forms facilitate implementation and
    recording

24
CAP Forms 104 and 108
  • CAPF 104 Mission Flight Plan / Briefing /
    Debriefing Form
  • Completed for each mission sortie
  • Complete and legible
  • CAPF 108 CAP Payment / Reimbursement Document for
    Aviation / Automotive / Miscellaneous Expenses
  • CAPR 173-3
  • Use current form (previous editions are
    obsolete)
  • Completed for each mission
  • File within 30 days after mission completion
  • Complete and legible

25
Entering Data onto Forms
  • Data must be accurate and legible
  • Print, or have another crewmember fill out the
    form.
  • Electronic
  • General rules
  • Corrections line through and initial (no Liquid
    Paper)
  • No signature labels or stamped signatures
  • Attachments Name, Date, Mission Sortie number,
    N Number, Hobbs time
  • Review the form. Make sure blanks or N/A are
    intentional.

26
Summary
  • Wartime or peacetime tasking
  • Plans, MOUs, agreements and regulations
  • Forms Complete, accurate and legible
  • You implement the CAP mission
  • Know the source regulations
  • CAPR 60-1 (flying operations)
  • CAPR 60-3
  • CAPR 60-4
  • MOUs

27
QUESTIONS?
28
  • Review and Test
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