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1GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 General Emergency Services Developed as part of the National Emergency Services Curriculum Project
2GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAP ES Missions Search and Rescue (ground and air) Disaster Relief Reconnaissance Counterdrug Transportation
3GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAP ES Missions Continued Three areas of qualification –Ground and Urban Direction Finding Teams Ground Team Leader Ground Team Member Urban DF Team –Aircrews Scanner Observer Mission Pilot
4GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAP ES Missions Continued Mission Base Personnel Incident Commander Liaison Officer Mission Chaplain Information Officer Safety Officer Operations Section Chief Air Operations Branch Director Ground Branch Director Planning Section Chief Logistics Section Chief Finance / Admin Section Chief Flight Line Supervisor Communications Unit Leader Mission Staff Assistant...
5GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAP ES Regulations CAPR 60-3 Training & Operational Missions CAPR 60-4 Vol I Part I Mission Forms CAPR 60-4 Vol I Part II Mission Forms - ICS CAPR 60-4 Vol II Training Forms CAPR 60-5 Critical Incident Stress Management CAPR 173-3 Payment for CAP Support CAPR 60-1 Flight Management
6GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAP ES Qualification General ES Course CAPF 100 - request for ES Qualification CAPF 101 - ES Qualification card CAPF 101T - ES Training card - for other specialties –Can train for three concurrently –Mission Staff Assistant is the recommended qualification to move into from here for those without a planned track
7GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAP ES Qualification Continued Complete Level I for seniors Complete achievement I for cadets Current CAP member Completes required classroom instruction
8GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAP ES Renewal General ES test (F116) must be retaken every time a new test is issued by NHQ (expectation is every 1.5 years) CAPF 100 filled out Perform duties on actual or training missions in each speciality once every 2 years (CAPF101 expires 2 years after it is issued) MELT and ART completed for each speciality
9GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAP ES Missions Memoradums Of Understandings –State & Local Emergency Management Agencies –Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) –Red Cross –National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin. –US Coast Guard Auxiliary –U.S. Customs –…etc.
10GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAP ES Missions Disaster Relief is handled by AFNSEP USAF is responsible for SAR in the Inland Region of Continental US (AFRCC) CAP SAR must follow our regulations and the US Supplement to International Aviation and Maritime SAR Manual US Army is responsible for peacetime DR within CONUS
11GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAP ES ICS Forms ICS 201Incident Briefing ICS 211 Check-in Form ICS 214 Unit Log (UDF, Aircrew) ICS 218 Support Vehicle ICS 219-x Sign-in of equipment ICS 220 Air Operations Summary ICS 215 Mission Folder
12GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAP ES CAP Forms CAPF 100 Request for ES Speciality CAPF 104 Aircrew Briefing CAPF 106 Ground Interrogations CAPF 107 Flight Operations Log CAPF 108 Reimbursement CAPF 109 Ground Team Clearance CAPF 114 ES Qualification Record
13GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAP ES Partner Agencies AFRCC AFNSEP FEMA Red Cross NTSB Others
14GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Actual Mission Missions activated by –agency –NYW Commander and wing LO/LNCO for 911T mission (eminmently serious - know flooding from coming hurricane) –State requests assistance, but AFRCC will not issue a number, the CAP-USAF liaison regions can issue a mission number –AFRCC –AFNSEP
15GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Actual Mission - continues CAP is alerted at a Wing level –NYW Alerting Officer is called –Nearest CAP IC is chosen Local IC alerts members –Use local procedures (squadron commander, aircrew members, ground team members, etc.) Depending on mission, local base (Incident Command Post - ICP) may be established
16GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Actual Mission - continues If ICP is established –base staff will report –aircrews may fly sorties from home airport –ground teams may search from home area –aircrew/ground teams may travel to ICP for sorties If ICP is not established –aircrews will fly from local airport –ground teams from home area
17GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Training Mission ICP will be established prior to training date –staging areas (sub-bases) –One CAP IC, several staging area managers Main scenario (missing aircraft) or local training Usually 1 day (Saturday) with rain date of Sunday Local missions can be done as well
18GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 At a Mission Sign-in Get Task Perform Task Rest Repeat steps 2, 3 and 4 Leave ICP (maybe returning tomorrow)
19GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Sign-In at ICP Individual qualifications need to be known to mission planners, and thus personnel are normally requested individually to participate Sign-in confers FECA/FTCA coverage –Personnel and vehicles will be logged on the ICS Forms 211 and 218 respectively with incoming team or aircrew paperwork –Personnel need to be sure that they are recorded on the Unit Log by the assigned supervisor on the ICS Form 214 Further assignment at sign-in
20GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Tasking Task is determine by Base Staff –Planning section Perform task –aircrew - fly sortie (route search, search for ELT, damage assessment, etc.) –ground team - interview, ramp search, search for ELT, deliver food/supplies, etc.
21GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Risk and CAP Missions Travel to and from mission base Operating without proper rest or nourishment Electrical or antenna wires Turning propellers Do not take unnecessary risks
22GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Member Responsibility CAP ES members should obtain and read copies of the current operations and emergency services publications Again, CAP members have NO special dispensations over an ordinary citizen Individuals who put themselves, other members, or the corporation in jeopardy by disregarding laws and policies will be targeted for restraining action
23GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Bloodborne Pathogens Diseases transferred by contact with human blood and body fluids –Hepatitis B –AIDS –Others Exposure exists at accident/crash sites
24GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Bloodborne Pathogens Continued Prevent by staying away from blood and body fluids –Engineering controls –Work practice controls –Personal protective equipment –Universal precautions Training method is not specified
25GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Bloodborne Pathogens Continued Two members on each ground team must have bloodborne pathogens training Must be received from a knowledgeable person
26GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Negligence Failure to exercise that degree of care that a reasonable person would exercise under the same circumstances Degrees - Slight, Ordinary, Gross Key = perform to your level of training Not normally a problem Protection through “Good Samaritan” laws
27GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Posse Comitatus Prohibits CAP from engaging in law enforcement activities other than reconnaissance of property or transport of personnel and equipment, while on an Air Force mission CAP members may not carry firearms, participate in detention or arrest of persons or seizure of property or conduct surveillance of personnel and equipment
28GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Posse Comitatus Continued CAP members may not be deputized No authority to restrict persons by force May provide passive assistance to law enforcement Can do passive site surveillance (NTSB) No trespass allowed NO special dispensations
29GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Interact with the Media Why must information be controlled? To whom do we direct inquisitor and why? –Target details influence witness interviews –Undue speculation –Family needs to know first Can answer general questions about CAP
30GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Interact with the Media Continued You Should: –Be friendly and courteous –You are a CAP member and working a mission –Direct them to person responsible for media –Be alert for information bystanders may have
31GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Interact with the Media Continued You Should Not: –Discuss target description or events –Discuss search or results –Give opinions –Be rude or officious Never say “No Comment” - Direct them to appropriate leader.
32GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Reimbursement Limited reimbursement available on AF reimbursable missions for: –Aircraft flight hours –Member-owned aircraft maintenance –Communications –Vehicle fuel and oil CAPF 108
33GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 QUESTIONS?
34GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 New CAP Forms CAPF 112 –Single Task Evaluation CAPF 113 –Field Expedient Task Book CAPF 114 –CAP ES Qualification Record CAPF 115 –CAP ES Mission Folder CAPF 100, 101, 101T-xxx –Same function as prior versions but all new.
35GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAPF 112
36GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAPF 113
37GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAPF 114
38GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAPF 115
39GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 CAPF 101
40GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 Sample CAPF 101T
41GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 ICS Forms ICS 201Incident Briefing ICS 211 Check-in Form ICS 214 Unit Log (UDF, Aircrew) ICS 218 Support Vehicle ICS 219-x Sign-in of equipment ICS 220 Air Operations Summary
42GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 ICS 201
43GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 ICS 211
44GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 ICS 218 & 219-x
45GENES.ppt Last Revised: 26 August 2001 ICS 220