Mission Scanner

The Mission Scanner Course...

Eligibility

  • Members in good standing
  • Prerequisites: 
    • Completion of Achievement (Cadets) or Level 1 (Senior Members),
    • Completion of General ES,
    • Completion of OpSec, and
    • Completion of WESS medical form.
    • Minimum of 18 years old.

Course Details

  When & Where

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Registration

 Tuition Fee

$25.00 Students

 Registration Form

 

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Logistics

  Lodging

This activity is conducted in "field conditions." Uniforms and equipment should be maintained for the environment and weather conditions.
Lodging includes restroom facilities. Males and females will be quartered in separately. All personnel will be supervised during their stay. 
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  Transportation

Transportation during the activity will be provided as necessary utilizing Civil Air Patrol vehicles. 

Advisory Transportation to and from this activity is not the responsibility of CAP and is provided "as available”. Limited transportation during the activity may be provided. Privately owned vehicles(POVs) traveling to or from such activity is performed solely at the risk of the individual CAP members and their passengers. CAP assumes no right of control, liability or responsibility for such transportation (reference CAPR 77-1, Operation and Maintenance of Civil Air Patrol Vehicles, para 1-8 b.).

 Meals

Meals are not included in this course. All participants must arrive with enough nonperishable food items to sustain through the duration of the course. 

 Uniform Of The Day

  • Day 1 - Utility Uniform (ABU, BDU, Corporate Field Uniform, USAF-style Flight Duty Uniform, Corporate-style Flight Duty Uniform). Refer to CAPM 39-1, Uniform Manual, Ch. 5 and 8 for proper wear and instructions. 
  • Day 2 - Utility Uniform (ABU, BDU, Corporate Field Uniform, USAF-style Flight Duty Uniform, Corporate-style Flight Duty Uniform). Refer to CAPM 39-1, Uniform Manual, Ch. 5 and 8 for proper wear and instructions.
  • Day 3 - Utility Uniform (ABU, BDU, Corporate Field Uniform, USAF-style Flight Duty Uniform, Corporate-style Flight Duty Uniform). Refer to CAPM 39-1, Uniform Manual, Ch. 5 and 8 for proper wear and instructions. 
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Curriculum
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Equipment List
 
▢ Complete Utility Uniform (ABUs, BDUs, Blue Utility Uniform, USAF Style Flight Suit, or CAP Blue Flight Suit) including head gear, all required name tapes and patches, cutouts, and grade insignia in accordance with CAPM 39-1. (Golf Shirt & Grey Slacks combination is not authorized.) 
▢ Underclothes and socks sufficient for three days
▢ Outerwear Clothing and footwear appropriate for spending many hours outdoors in prevailing seasonal weather conditions. 
▢ Toiletry/Shower Kit: Toothbrush (in cases), Toothpaste, Razor and Shaving Cream (as necessary), Comb or Brush (as necessary), items of feminine hygiene (as necessary), Deodorant or antiperspirant, Soap, Shampoo, Towel other items as necessary (enough to last you for your entire stay). 
▢ 2 Breakfast Meals (Minimal preparation needed. No open flames are allowed at WESS facilities, but there is electricity for small teapots, etc) 
▢ $5 cash for lunch 
▢ Atlanta, Memphis, & New Orleans VFR Sectional Charts.  Need not be current (actual paper charts required i.e. not electronic, not on iPad, etc)
▢ Sectional Plotter 
▢ General Aviation Headset 
▢ Kneeboard / Cockpit Organizer Highly Recommended 
▢ Pens, Pencil, Notebook/pad 
▢ Flashlight (preferably hands free / head mounted) 
▢ Sleeping bag & Pillow 
▢ Refillable water bottle
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