this information with your staff. Thank you. Aircraft
managers, please be certain to get the new sheets (point 3
below) into the AIF.
1. New WMIRS Report Available
for Missions Approaching 45 Day Reimbursement Deadline. The
NOC created a new report that lists any mission with sorties
remaining that is not closed out and is approaching the 45 day
reimbursement deadline (between 30 - 45 days.) The report gives
the mission #, how many sorties are left to file for
reimbursement and the last day the wing can submit for
reimbursement. Clicking the mission # button takes you
directly to the WMIRS 108 worksheet page where people who are
authorized (by the wing) can create the WMIRS Form 108. The
date will turn red if the wing is within 5 days of the 45 day
limit. Attached is an example of the report.
2. FAA WINGS Program. After a
much longer than expected delay, the FAA has approved CAP
members to receive WINGS credit for completing a CAPF 91 check
3. Aircraft Information File
Update. A GPS database update record and an ARCHER log sheet
have been added to the standardized AIF. These new sheets are
available for download at this web link:
4. New CAPabilities Handbook. A
June 2008 version of the CAPabilities Handbook is currently
being printed. Five copies of the new handbook will be mailed
to each wing and region commander ASAP. The new handbook can
also be downloaded (along with wing, region and FEMA region
resource pages) through eServices.
5. Revised CAP-USAF
Instruction. CAP-USAF has revised their "CAP Operations and
Training Instruction" (CAP-USAFI 10-2701) and it is posted on
CAP's website under "Other Publications".
--John A. Salvador, Director of
Missions, HQ CAP
the Mountain Flying Certification requires completion of the
Mountain Flying Ground School and a Mountain Flying endorsement
on your Fm 91. Squadrons will validate completion of the
Mountain Flying Ground School and Fm 91 endorsement prior to
approving the Mountain Flying Certification in eServices for
their assigned pilots. After approval, the Mountain Flying
Certification will be shown on the CAPF 101.
Pilots assigned to Wing need
to forward their ground school and Fm 91 endorsement to Capt
McLain. --Major Timothy "Kojack"
Hahh, Director of Operations