Mission Scanner Training

You can be a part of the aircrew as a Mission Scanner. The Mission Scanner is the person responsible for looking for debris or taking photographs out of the aircraft windows. This is the entry level position for ALL aircrew members. However, once you complete this initial step, you may move on to a more challenging and fulfilling roles such as Mission Observer, or Mission Pilot.

Prerequisite Training:

  • Must be 18 Years of Age (
    , para 2-3.q)
  • General Emergency Services (
    , para 2-3.q)
  • Study and complete FEMA courses IS-100 and IS-700. Once completed, logon to E-Services on the National Website. Then click “My Operations Qualifications/ National Reports” then click “Emergency Services” then “Single-Person Achievement” enter your CAPID and the date of your ICS course into the system. You will receive an email with a link to your certificate of completion. Email the PDF file to Cpt. Wiggs at Wing HQ for validation.
  • Complete MS SQTR Prerequisite Section (
    , para 2-2.SQTR prerequisites must be signed by the Commander before continuing to FAM/PREP section.

Fam/Prep (F&P’s):

  • Complete items listed on MS SQTR Familiarization and Preparatory section. (
    , para 2-2)
  • SQTR must be signed by the Commander before continuing.
  • Fill out CAP Form 100 (Word Document) and submit to ES Officer electronically with scanned SQTR.
  • MS/T issued in WIMRS and shows up on CAPF 101. (Now authorized to participate in actual or training missions w/Qualified Supervisor (
    , para 2-2.a)

Advanced Tasks:

  • Complete tasks listed on MS SQTRAdvanced Section (
    , para 2-2
  • Complete exercise participation requirements. (Must have a Mission Number)
  • Fill out CAP Form 100 (Word Document) and submit to EF Officer electronically with scanned SQTR.
  • Print CAPForm 101 from Paperless Wing. (e-mail notification will be sent)


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