Transport Mission Pilot

The Transport Mission Pilot is responsible for flying key personnel to and from remote or isolated areas, equipment for missing persons searches, medical supplies/organs, or any other OES or Air Force requested transport mission that is NOT into a disaster area or classified as a Disaster Relief sortie. The Transport Mission Pilot generally flies from Airport A to Airport B in a support role.

Prerequisite Training:

  • Successful CAP Form 5 Checkride (
    , para 3-5)
  • Must be 18 Years of Age
  • , para 2-3.0)
  • General Emergency Services Qualified
    , para 2-3.0)
  • 50 Hours Cross Country PIC (
    1 para 2-3.0)
  • 100 Hours PIC (
    , para 2-3.0)
  • Complete BCUT – Basic Communication User Training
  • 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.

Authorization

  • Fill out CAP Form 100 and submit electronically with scanned copy of SQTR to the Unit Emergency Services Officer

YOU MUST CARRY YOUR CAP FORM 101 TO PARTICIPATE IN EMERGENCY SERVICES ACTIVITIES!

YOU MUST BE INCLUDED IN THE “AUTHORIZED A&B PILOT LIST” TO FLY AS A TRANSPORT MISSION PILOT.

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