Monday, September 24, 2012

Upcoming Basic Inland SAR Course

A reminder to interested ES Personnel in Squadron 150, the following e-mail was sent out via the CAWG "ALL" list regarding an upcoming Basic Inland SAR course being taught by the U. S Coast Guard:

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: CAWG General Message Announcement Basic Inland SAR Course
Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2012 16:17:55 -0700
From: Capt. Shane Terpstra

San Diego Senior Squadron 57 is hosting a Basic Inland SAR Course (formerly SAR Management Course) on 12-13 January 2013. This is an EXCELLENT opportunity for base staff personnel, especially PSC's, OSC's, AOBD's, GBD's and IC's. This course is taught by the AFRCC Ops Chief who is an excellent instructor with decades of experience.

About the Course
The course will be held at the Naval Training Center (NTC) in San Diego, 12/13 January, 2013. The courses are 0800-1700 both days. The course is FREE to attend, however travel, lodging and meals are the attendees' responsibility. We will be asking for a donation which will get you breakfast and lunch on Saturday AND Sunday for those interested. Details will go out to the attendees once we have it all finalized.

Space is limited to 30 students, 10 of which will be reserved for outside agencies.

*How do I qualify to attend?
This course is open to ALL members of Civil Air Patrol and space is limited! This is a first come, first serve course, HOWEVER, attendee selection will be based on the following criteria
  • ES Ratings
  • Commander recommendation
What do I need to do to reserve a spot?
Send me the following information to reserve your spot.
  • Name
  • Phone Number
Your squadron/group commander's recommendation to attend will need to be sent to me (via e-mail) NLT 1 November 2012.

I encourage you to disseminate this to any interested parties.

*Shane Terpstra, Capt. CAP*
Squadron Commander, San Diego Sq. 57

Please note that I will be happy to approve of ANY QUALIFIED Squadron 150 member who wishes to attend this event. Please plan now so you will not be disappointed. Click on the links above in the e-mail for further information.

W. H. Phinizy, MAJ, CAP
Squadron Commander
Squadron 150