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  1. Field Operations Resource Guide For Emergency Managers NORTH CAROLINACAPABILITIES

  2. The Civil Air Patrol (CAP) is a national organization that represents a locally-available talent and asset pool for municipal, state and federal government entities to utilize as a cost effective aerial and ground resource. CAP is available to assist state and local authorities perform Various Reconnaissance, Emergency Services, Disaster Relief and Homeland Security missions. When tasked by the Air Force, CAP, in its Air Force Auxiliary role, can support Federal authorities to include assistance to state and local Authorities requested by a lead federal agency (LFA). INTRODUCTION

  3. Types of missions CAP can carry out • Airborne reconnaissance of isolated locations, border and coastal areas, ports and harbors and critical infrastructure to help identify suspicious activity. • In-flight disaster and damage assessment with on going visual reconnaissance, airborne still imaging with near real-time satellite Downlink. • The Geospatial Information Interoperability Exploitation - Portable (GIIEP) system is a man-portable, multi-band receiver capable of ingesting a variety of visual and textual data which will enhance CAP's ability to respond to disaster situations and provide annotated and compressed imagery products (both still and video) that can be quickly disseminated to mission partners. The inherent flexibility of the system allows operators to tailor their efforts to take maximum advantage of available assets and available communications as they support disaster response operations. 

  4. Communications support; VHF and HF capability and Aerial communications relay platforms. Command and control CAP units with ICS-qualified Incident Commanders. Damage assessment and mitigation, disaster recovery and limited security with trained ground teams able to augment civil and military authorities. Points of Distribution for Local Governments to run Type 3 and untyped POD’s after disasters. Ground Search and Rescue with NASAR qualified search teams and CAP trained ground teams. All members are unpaid volunteers, therefore Missions can be accomplished at a fraction of the cost of other agencies. types of missions (cont.)

  5. • 12 light civil aircraft, including Cessna C-172 and C-182 models strategically placed throughout the state. • 19- 7, 12, & 15 passenger vans and 2 - 4 X 4 SUV. • A nationwide radio communications system comprised of over 15,000 CAP-owned base, mobile, and portable two-way radios. • National & regional HF radio networks providing survivable, Infrastructure-independent command and control communications (Not dependent on satellite/cellular telephone systems). • Over 14 VHF radio repeater stations located strategically throughout the state. Narrowband Conversion underway(P-25) • 2 Satellite Digital Imaging Systems (SDIS) used to Transmit still-frame digital pictures in near real time as well As direct voice communications from some aircraft. * • 65 airborne, mobile, and hand-held DF units. NC CAPABILITY

  6. The nationwide CAP communications system has deployed Assets in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Over 150 VHF base, mobile and portable radios. Over 210 UHF intra-squad (ISR) portable radios. Over 50 HF-SSB long-range base and mobile radios. 18 Automatic Link Establishing HF Radio (7 mobile) 27 VIPER Radios for C2 and liaison between CAP and State and Local Agencies. Over 14 VHF radio repeater stations located strategically in the state, providing essentially seamless airborne local coverage. 2 airborne satellite telephone systems usable for either Voice communications or digital data transmission. CAP National Technology Center in Richmond, VA provides depot-level radio equipment maintenance and stores emergency response radio kits for delivery to mission sites. Communications

  7. Over 830 trained adult volunteers statewide, Augmented by 740 young adults who are capable of manning phones and radios at mission bases. 224 qualified mission aircrew members. 56 members have been federally screened for Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), U.S. Forest Service (USFS), And Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) missions. A limited number of personnel currently have Department Of Defense (DoD) Secret and Top Secret clearances. For Long-term repetitive missions, additional members can be Screened as needed. 228 mission-qualified ground team members 33 NASAR SAR Tech II and 4 SAR Tech I. PERSONNEL

  8. PERSONNEL(Cont.) • 145 trained communicators, many with advanced Ham • Radio licenses as well. • 12 ICS-qualified Incident Commanders. • Trained Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) • Numerous trained ground search teams, some with • Credentialed Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT).

  9. Contact the State EOC at (919)733-3300 and the CAP Section of NCEM (336)570-6894 or after hours (336)213-6501. For Search and Rescue (SAR) or life-saving missions (Including emergency blood, organ & tissue transport): Air Force Rescue Coordination Center (AFRCC). Manned 24 / 7 / 365. Number: (800) 851-3051. NOTE: For SAR / life-saving operations only. MISSION REQUEST CONTACTS

  10. Performance: • Cruise Speed: 120 knots • Range: 520 nautical miles • Full Fuel Payload: 525 pounds • Passengers: 2 or 3 • Endurance: 3½ hours (with 1 hour reserve) • Service Ceiling: 13,000 feet • Special Capabilities: • Communications: VHF Only • Navigation: Enroute • Reconnaissance: Direction Finder (all aircraft) Visual Number / Locations: 6 in North Carolina N4813C C172P KRDU Raleigh, NC N99885 C172P AVL Asheville, NC N99162 C172P KINT Winston-Salem, NC N99832 C172P BUY Burlington, NC N991CP C172R TTA Sanford, NC N9522L C172P PGV Greenville, NC AIRCRAFT DESCRIPTIONSCESSNA 172

  11. • Performance: • Cruise Speed: 135 knots • Range: 630 nautical miles • Full Fuel Payload: 650 pounds • Passengers: 3 • Endurance: 4 hours (with 1 hour reserve) • Service Ceiling: 15,000 feet • Special Capabilities: • Communications: VHF, satellite telephone (N716CP, N963CP) • Navigation: Approach GPS, VOR • Reconnaissance: Direction Finder (all aircraft) • Satellite Digital Imaging System (N716CP, N963CP) • Camera Window (all aircraft) • Visual • Number / Locations: N9930E C182R FAY Fayetteville, NC N893CP C182T JQF Concord, NC N727CP C182T AVL Asheville, NC N963CP C182T KAVL Burlington, NC N716CP C182T KSUT Brunswick County, NC N179CP C182T KRDU Raleigh, NC AIRCRAFT DESCRIPTIONSCESSNA 182

  12. Performance: Cruise Speed: 125 knots Range: 730 nautical miles Full Fuel Payload: 1,000 pounds Passengers: 7 Endurance: 5 hours (with 1 hour reserve) Service Ceiling: 15,000 feet Special Capabilities: Communications: VHF, satellite telephone (All aircraft) Navigation: Approach GPS, VOR Reconnaissance: Direction Finder (all aircraft) Satellite Digital Imaging System (All aircraft) Hyperspectral Imaging (all aircraft) Camera Window (all aircraft) Visual Number / Locations: 1 Aircraft in South Carolina N605CP GA-8 KDAN Danville, VA AIRCRAFT DESCRIPTIONSGIPPSLAND GA-8

  13. Ground Search and Rescue

  14. Points of Distribution

  15. Questions?