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    UNIT SELF-ASSESSMENT

    Unit Name

    Location

    Completion Date

    OPR: TXWG/IG

    DATE: 15 June 06

    UNIT SELF-ASSESSMENT GUIDE 15 June 2006

    Unit Self-Assessment Guide Index

    TAB DATE TITLE PAGE

     A AEROSPACE EDUCATION

    A-1 Original Aerospace Education.…………………….………... 1

     B CADET PROGRAMS

    B-1 Original Cadet Programs………………………………….……. 2

     C EMERGENCY SERVICES

    C-1 Original Emergency Services…………………………….……. 4 C-2 Original Counterdrug………………………………….……….. 6 C-3 Original Operations…………………………………………...... 8 C-4 Original Aircraft Management…………………..………...……. 9

     Aug 00 Aircraft Shipping and Receiving…….…………..……. 10

     Feb 00 Aircraft Inspection Checklist……..……………..……. 11 C-5 Original Communication………………………………..……… 13

     D MISSION SUPPORT

    D-1 Original Professional Development………………………...... 14 D-2 Original Chaplain………………………………………….…….… 15 D-3 Original Finance…………………………………………………... 16 D-4 Original Administration………………………………………….. 17 D-5 Original Personnel……………………………………….………. 18 D-6 Original Public Affairs………………………………………...... 19 D-7 Original Supply…………………………….…………………….. 21 D-8 Original Transportation…………………………………...…… 23

     Oct 00 Vehicle Checklist……………………………...…...... 24 D-9 Original Drug Demand Reduction…………………………… 25

     E COMMAND

    E-1 Original Commander………………….…………….…………….. 26 E-2 Original Safety………………………………………………….... 28

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     Original TAB A-1: AEROSPACE EDUCATION

     ITEM REFERENCE

    1. Is an Aerospace Education Officer (AEO) appointed by CAPR 280-2 para 3

    the commander?

    2. How is the Aerospace Education Program for Senior CAPR 280-2 para 2a(2)(a), Members (AEPSM) monitored?

    a. Has the AEO passed the AEPSM exam?

    b. Are CAPFs 126 promptly forwarded to the wing CAPR 280-2 para 2a(2)(a)

    upon completion of AEPSM exams, if not & CAPP 15 page 9

    completed on-line?

    c. How many AEPSMs were completed YTD? CAPP 15 page 47

    d. How many seniors have not completed AEPSM? CAPP 15 page 9

    3. Is the AEO progressing in the Aerospace Education CAPR 280-2 para 2a(2)(b) Officer specialty track (CAPP 215) or has he/she and CAPP 215

    completed the program?

    4. Is the unit A erospace Education Activity Report sent to CAPR 280-2 paras 3d(1)(b), the wing DAE by 15 Jan? (Review the Activity Report 3d(2)(a), 3d(3)(c) and and the required documentation) CAPP 15 page 47

    a. Is the report thorough?; well documented?

    b. Is a signed copy sent to the unit commander?; to the

    group AEO?

    5. Is the unit participating in the voluntary Aerospace CAPP 15 pages 7-8

    Education Excellence (AEX) Award Program? Describe the unit’s AEX activities.

    6. When was the last cadet current affairs activity a t the CAPR 280-2 paras 3d(1)(d), unit? 3d(2)(e) and/or 3d(3)(a) and

    a. Who conducted the activity? (b).

    b. What was discussed?

    7. Is there an AE bulletin board at the unit? CAPR 280-2 para 3d(1)(e),

    3d(2)(f) and/or 3d(3)(a) and ; How current is the information on the bulletin

    (b) board?

    8. Did the unit consider submitting nominations for (AEO CAPR 280-2 para 4 and should provide copies of completed nomination forms): CAPP 15 chapt 8

    a. Brewer Awards (Cadet, Senior Member, Individual, CAPR 280-2 para 4b

    Organization categories)?

    b. A. Scott Crossfield Aerospace Education Teacher of CAPR 280-2 para 4d

    the Year Award?

    c. Crown Circle Award? CAPR 280-2 para 4c

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     Original TAB B-1: CADET PROGRAMS

     ITEMS REFERENCE 1. Is the unit Commander or Deputy Commander for CAPR 50-17 para 1-2,

    Cadets progressing in the Cadet Programs Officer CAPP 216 and CAPR 20-1

    specialty track or has s/he completed the program?

    ; Are the ratings recorded in E-Services?

    2. Who monitors compliance with the Cadet Protection CAPR 52-16 para 1-4a,

    Policy? 1-4b and 1-4c

    a. Have you had any CPPT-related incidents reported? CAPR 52-10 para 1

    b. If so, how have they been handled?

    3. How does the squadron partner with cadets’ parents and CAPR 52-10 paras 4h and i

    communicate with them?

    4. Does the squadron provide leadership training to cadets? CAPR 52-16 para 1-3c and

    How often? 2-3c

    a. Does the squadron have a mentoring program to CAPP 52-6

    develop cadets’ leadership potential?

    b. Does the squadron provide leadership feedback to CAPR 52-16 para 2-4f

    cadets?

    c. Is the squadron using a cadet staff to help plan and CAPR 52-16 para 1-2d

    conduct cadet activities?

    5. How is the cadet Aerospace Education program CAPR 52-16 para 1-3d

    monitored?

    a. Does the squadron participate in the AEX, model

    rocketry, or STK programs?

    b. Is the squadron using Phase III & IV cadets as CAPR 52-16 para 2-8b and

    aerospace mentors and instructors? 2-9b

    6. How is the Cadet Physical Fitness Program monitored? CAPR 52-16 para 1-3b and

    a. Where are the cadets’ physical fitness categories 2-3c

    recorded?

    b. How often does the unit conduct the CPFT? CAPR 52-16 para 2-2a

    c. Does the unit offer activities that promote physical CAPP 52-18 chapter 4

    fitness?

    d. Does the unit participate in the President’s CAPP 52-18 chapter 5

    Challenge awards program?

    7. How is the Moral Leadership program monitored? CAPR 52-16 para 1-3e

    a. Who conducts Moral Leadership forums? CAPR 52-16 para 1-3e

    b. How often are Moral Leadership forums held? CAPR 52-16 para 1-3e

    c. Does the squadron use the case studies found in CAPP 265-2

    CAPP 265-2?

    8. How does the squadron track cadet progression? CAPR 52-16 para 2-2b and

    a. Are cadets advancing steadily through the program? 2-3

    How many cadets have received Wright Brothers,

    Mitchell, Earhart, Eaker, and/or Spaatz Awards?

    b. Are milestone presented in a timely manner by CAPR 52-16 para 2-11

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    appropriate dignitaries?

    c. During the previous year, did the squadron nominate CAPR 39-3 para 24

    a cadet for the Cadet of the Year Award?

    d. Does the squadron participate in similar cadet CAPR 39-3 sect G

    award programs (ie: AFA, AFSA, VFW, and the

    Congressional Award)?

    9. How does the squadron promote cadet activities? Are CAPR 52-16 Chap 4

    cadets participating actively in:

    a. Squadron-level special activities?

    b. Wing-level special activities?

    c. Encampments? If the wing does not host an CAPR 52-16 Chap 5

    encampment, does the squadron encourage cadets

    to participate in neighboring wings’ encampments?

    d. How many cadets applied for National/Regional CAPR 52-16 Chap 4

    Cadet Special Activities?

    e. Does your unit conduct any local training CAPR 52-16 para 3-2b

    encampments? Is a DDR presentation included?

    f. Are a CAC primary and alternate representative CAPR 52-16 para 3-2a(3)

    appointed for your unit in writing? Do the

    representatives meet the required qualifications?

    10. How are squadron-level special activities monitored? CAPR 52-16, para 1-3 and

    a. What types of special activities does the unit offer? chapter 4

    b. Do squadron activities include at least one CAPR 52-16, para 1-3a

    measurable objective?

    c. Does the squadron promote a drug-free ethic CAPR 51-1

    through DDR activities?

    d. Has the squadron appointed a representative to the CAPR 52-16, para 3-2

    Cadet Advisory Council?

    11. How often does the squadron provide or arrange for CAPR 52-16 para 4-2

    cadet orientation flights?

    12. How does information on CAP Scholarships listed in CAPR 52-16 Chap 4

    CAPR 52-16 get out to the cadets?

    ; How many cadets applied from your unit?

    13. Does the squadron have all Cadet Program achievement CAPR 50-4 chap 1

    tests and milestone award tests on file? Are they the

    current editions?

    14. How is the squadron encouraging cadets to participate in CAPR 52-16 para 1-5b

    CAP’s emergency services mission? CAPR 60-3 para 1-9f 15. How does the squadron manage the Free Cadet Uniform CAPR 67-1 para 5-11

    (FCU) program?

    a. How does the squadron encourage cadets to take

    advantage of the FCU program?

    b. Does the squadron attempt to recover and recycle

    FCUs from cadets who quit CAP?

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     Original TAB C-1: EMERGENCY SERVICES

     ITEM REFERENCE

    1. Has the commander appointed an Emergency Services CAPR 20-1 page 27 Officer (ESO) in writing?

    a. Has the ESO completed the Emergency Services CAPR 50-17 para 1-2,

    Officer (ES) specialty track training? CAPP 213 and CAPR 20-1 b. If yes, please provide documentation for all

    certifications

    2. Are the commander, ESO and operations personnel CAPR 60-3 para 6-2a and knowledgeable of the responsibilities and capabilities of 7-4

    the local primary and secondary SAR/DR agencies?

    a. Has the unit established contact with the primary CAPR 60-3 para 6-2b and

    SAR/DR agencies in its area? Have any local 7-4

    agreements or joint operating procedures been

    formulated?

    b. If yes, provide documentation of contact and

    established procedures.

    3. Does the unit commander ensure that responsible, CAPR 60-3 para 1-4c qualified personnel are available at any time CAP

    services may be required?

    a. Is an accurate status of unit equipment (i.e. ground CAPR 60-3 para 1-4b(5)

    vehicles, aircraft, radios, airborne video equipment,

    etc) forwarded to wing and readily available to unit

    incident commanders (ICs)?

    b. What method is used to alert unit personnel and CAPR 60-3 para 4-4a

    ensure that accurate mission data is disseminated (i.e.

    fax, e-mail, voice mail, etc.)? Please explain.

    4. Does the unit have current documentation on all ES CAPR 60-3 para 1-4c(2) qualified personnel and trainees (CAPFs 100 and 2-2

    w/supporting documentation)?

    a. Are these qualifications listed properly in the Mem-CAPR 60-3 paras 2-4, 2-5

    bership Information Management System (MIMS)? and 2-6 and CAP/CC b. Are renewals, re-qualifications of expired specialties Policy Letter dtd 16 Jul 03

    and transfers from other wings being handled IAW CAPR 60-3 paras 2-4, 2-5

    national directives? and 2-6

    a. Is a CAP Form 91 used to evaluate each mission CAPR 60-1 para 3-9

    pilot during initial checkout and subsequent required

    evaluations?

    b. Have training programs and requirements been CAPR 60-3 para 1-4c(3)

    coordinated with local SAR/DR agencies as well as and 3-1

    the wing?

    ? Please provide documentation to demonstrate this

    coordination and outline what training has been

    accomplished.

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    5. Are requests for reimbursement filed correctly and within CAPR 173-3 para 2b(1)

    a timely manner in accordance with current regulatory

    requirements?

    ; How long does it normally take to receive

    reimbursement from the wing?

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     Original TAB C-2: COUNTERDRUG

     ITEMS REFERENCE

    1. Does the unit participate in Counterdrug (CD) missions?

    2. Are the unit commander, unit operations officer and

    Wing CD Officer (CDO) kept informed of the unit CD

    program and its activities? How and how often?

    a. Does a qualified flight release officer properly release CAPR 60-6 para 1-5g(11)

    CD missions?

    1) What system is in place to ensure proper mission

    planning before release?

    2) What steps have you taken to ensure the CAPR 60-6 para 3-1

    minimum aircrew requirements are met prior to a

    member engaging in a CD mission?

    3) Are non-CAP personnel who fly in CAP aircraft CAPR 60-6 para 3-3k(5)

    properly authorized?

    b. Is the CAPF 84, CD Flight/Mission Plan, completely CAPR 60-6 para 3-9a

    filled out to include:

    1) Specific mission objectives?

    2) Mission requester’s name/phone number?

    3) A detailed list of mission results?

    c. Are requests for reimbursement filed in a timely CAPR 173-3 para 2b(1)

    manner?

    d. Does the unit schedule local CD training missions? CAPR 60-6 para 4-4c(1)

    Are they authorized by wing? and CAPR 60-3 para 3-5c

     ; Are they properly requested and approved using

     a CAP Form 10?

    CAPR 60-6 paras 3-4, 3-5 e. Do CD missions adhere to regulatory guidelines?

    CAP/USAF/CC Ltr dated 1) Are all CD missions flown only after Wing CDO

    27 June 2001 and National Operations Center approval?

     2) Are requests for CD transportation missions

    CAPR 60-6 para 3-3k evaluated based on CAPR 60-6 guidelines?

     3) Does the unit CDO ensure compliance with posse

    CAPR 60-6 para 3-10c comitatus restrictions? How?

    3. Are sufficient, trained personnel available? CAPR 20-1 page 30 a. How are prospective CD members selected?

    b. Who reviews the CAPFs 83, CAP Counterdrug CAPR 60-6 para 2-2b

    Application for accuracy prior to submittal to wing?

    c. Are all CD personnel properly screened and current? CAPR 60-6 para 2-2c

    How is this determined?

    d. Do all CD members within the unit contribute 20 CAPR 60-6 para 2-2e(1)

    hours to the program annually? How is it tracked CAPR 60-6 para 1-5g(22)

    and documented?

    e. Have all CD personnel been CAP members for at CAPR 60-6 para 2-2a(2)

    least 2 years (or a waiver obtained)?

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    UNIT SELF-ASSESSMENT GUIDE 15 June 2006 4. How is the effectiveness and success of the unit’s CD CAPR 60-6 para

    support measured and tracked? 1-5g(31)(f)

    1) How does the CDO maintain contact with and

    market the unit’s CD capabilities to CD agencies in

    the local area?

    2) Are CD customers periodically contacted to see if APR 60-6 para

    their needs are being met? How? How is it 1-5g(31)(c)

    documented?

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     Original TAB C-3: OPERATIONS

     ITEM REFERENCE 1. Are only authorized passengers permitted onboard CAP CAPR 60-1 para 2-6n

    aircraft and a CAPF 9 accomplished when required?

    2. Is the Flight Release Officer (FRO) process followed? CAPR 60-1 Chap 4

    a. Do FROs meet required qualifications? CAPR 60-1 para 4-5

    b. Are a sufficient number of FROs appointed in CAPR 60-1 para 4-9a(1)

    writing?

    c. Does the State Director receive an FRO list update CAPR 60-1 para 4-9a(5)

    quarterly?

    d. Are FROs initially trained and is there any CAPR 60-1 para 4-9a(2)

    continuation training? Is the training documented?

    e. How does the FRO release a flight?

    f. Is the checklist in CAPR 60-1 followed? Be

    prepared to show documentation.

    g. Are CAPFs 99 properly filled out at the time of CAPR 60-1 para 4-6b

    release?

    h. Are there any local supplements for FRO CAPR 60-1 para 4-6b and

    procedures? Please have copies available. atch 8

    i. Have any requests for a flight clearance been turned

    down and for what reason?

    j. Are CAPFs 99 forwarded to the SD as required? CAPR 60-1 para 4-6c 3. STANDARDIZATION AND EVALUATION:

    a. Are pilot flight records/files maintained and do they CAPR 60-1 paras 2-8

    contain the required documentation?

    b. Have all of the unit’s pilots attended a Pilot CAPR 60-11 para 2

    Continuation Training event?

    c. How many qualified tow pilots does the unit have? CAPR 60-1 para 5-3

    ; What percentage of your tow pilots have

    completed the Soaring Safety Foundation tow

    pilot on-line course?

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