Leroy R. Grumman Cadet Squadron, NER-NY-153

Civil Air Patrol - The official auxiliary of the United States Air Force

Emergency Services

                             

                                            Major Peter Cubano

Emergency Services consists of Search And Rescue (SAR), patrolling, damage assessment, and disaster services.

 

A SAR mission is activated whenever (1) an alert is received that an Emergency Locater Transmitter (ELT) or  Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) signal has been detected in our area or (2) an aircraft is overdue at the airport of intended landing, and its' flightpath is within the Long Island Group's geographical area.  In either case, an air search is launched using a CAP aircraft, with a flight crew consisting of mission pilot, mission observer and mission scanner [all CAP Senior Members].  On an ELT search, they use a Direction Finding (DF) radio in the aircraft to home in on the radio-frequency signal. When they have narrowed the search as much as possible, a CAP Ground Team consisting of CAP Senior Members and Cadets is called in to locate the source transmitter using hand-held radio-frequency direction finding instrumentation.

 

If there has been no ELT/EPIRB activation but an aircraft is overdue or missing, the search starts between the airfield where the aircraft launched and its intended place of landing.  If not located in those environs, the search area is expanded using radar tracks and all available sources of information.  In these instances, CAP Air Crews and Ground Teams would be searching for both the aircraft and evidence of damage to the environment caused by the aircraft's forced landing or impact.

 

CAP Air Crew and Ground Teams also are tasked by FEMA and other emergency services organizations to patrol specific areas of interest [e.g., Flight 800 impact site] and to fly damage assessment missions (e.g., damage resulting from Hurricane Gloria).

 

In local emergencies, authorities call upon CAP for disaster services and support. In the L.I. Pine Barrens fire, CAP Air Crews aided fire fighters on the ground by scanning for flare-ups [fire restarts in areas previously extinguished] and CAP Ground Teams did security duty at the evacuation centers.

 

In order to successfully participate in missions and scenarios requiring emergency services, CAP Senior Members and Cadets are trained in many skills required in search and rescue.  Some of these are land navigation/map reading, radio-frequency direction finding, first aid, and safety.  Practice missions called Search and Rescue Exercises (SAREX’s) are periodically scheduled to keep trained personnel sharp.

CAP - Videos


Civil Air Patrol Emergency Services

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Civil Air Patrol Emergency Services

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OPSEC

U.S. Air Force - Operational Security (OPSEC) Presentation

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ES TRAINING AND SAREX'S

Emergency Services training for CAP personnel takes place:

 

1)  On the CAP National Headquarters (NHQ) website (EServices),

2)  On the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) website,

3)  As part of New York Wing  (NYWG) and Long Island Group (LIG) training and exercise activities, and

4)  As part of Suffolk Cadet Squadron VII (SCSVII) training and exercise activities.

Suffolk Cadet Squadron VII; ES Training Class

Leroy R. Grumman Cadet Squadron


Upcoming Events (SQ,GRP and Wing)

Saturday, Oct 20 All Day
Sunday, Oct 21 at 5:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday, Oct 21 at 6:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Tuesday, Oct 23 at 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Annual ACS Walk at Jones Beach, October 20-21, 2018 (LIG)

This is a MANDATORY Event for all LI Group Members (Details)

Seniors and Cadet Staff who are bivouacing should arrive at Jones Beach between 1300 and 1400 on Saturday October 20th. All others should arrive between 1400 and 1500

ON Sunday October 20th arrive no later than 0530.

MEALS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON SATURDAY EVENING. Bring snacks if desired.

BREAKFAST WILL BE PROVIDED FOR ALL ON SUNDAY.

You must bring a Valid CAPID, a completed CAPF161 and CAPF32 to check in.

This is a rain or shine event. You must have appropriate clothing/gear or you will sent home.

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Wrealths Across America, October 27, 2018 (Leroy R. Grumman)

Wreaths Across America Fundraiser at Guinta's Meat Farms

October 27, 2018 for Squadron NY-153.

Guinta's Meat Farms

395 Fort Salonga Rd, Northport, NY 11768

Time: 09:00 AM to 1:00PM

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Wrealths Across America, October 28, 2018 (Leroy R. Grumman)

This is the Registration Form for Wreaths Across America Fundraiser at Stop N Shop

October 28, 2018 for Squadron NY-153.

Time: 9:00AM to 1:00 PM

Stop N Shop

454 Fort Salonga Rd, Northport, NY 11768

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Out of the Darkness Community Walk October 28, 2018(SQ10)

October 28, 2018 (Details)

Meet at Jones Beach - Field 5

OIC: Capt Volpe

Cadet OIC: TBD

Safety: TBD

**Van from LIG leaves 6:15 AM

Arrive at LIG: 6:00 AM

Dismissal: 1300

UOD: BDU or ABU

Bring necessary forms, hydration, snacks, jacket.

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Long Island Group Aviation Day, November 10, 2018 at 09:00AG (LIG)

Long Island Group will be Holding an Aviation Day on November 10, 2018.

start time will be at 09:00 AM. If you are interested please sign up ASAP.

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Squadron Holiday Party on December 18th, 2018

Leroy R. Grumman Holiday Party on December 18th,2018

at VA Hospital Squadron Meeting Hall

Time: 7:00 PM to 9:30PM

Family and Friends are invited

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