Airborne Photography Class Refresher Training Announcement
Aircrew coordination in taking airborne photographs of designated ground targets and post-flight delivery to a disaster management agency within an accelerated time frame.
Check Rides: TBD (subsequent weekends to be determined)
Instructor: Capt Carl Wiley, CAP, WAWG Airborne Photography Training Officer
Recurrent training available: TBD.
Deadline to register: TBD
Washington Wing aircrew will conduct air and ground training to acquire and refine skills to photograph designated ground targets over a variety of terrain in a disaster recovery operation. Skills will be enhanced in post-flight analysis of photographs to ensure proper geo-tagging information and compliance with mission objectives as specified by the Incident Commander.
Instructional material to be used/training syllabus
General Emergency Services (GES) qualification
Age 18 or older
Previous Mission Scanner qualification (MS)
Aerial Photographer (AP) qualification in training status
Mission Pilots must receive sortie approval prior to takeoff from the WAWG Director of Operations: Pat Courtney, Lt Col, CAP or the exercise Mission Manager: Carl Wiley, Capt, CAP
Uploading Aerial Photos to the Customer
Sign into WMIRS (https://missions.capnhq.gov/login.cfm) >>
Current Missions/Sorties >>
Find your Mission Number >>
Click on Sortie Number >>
Click on Sortie Flies >>
Add photos to folder >>
Good for larger uploads - Drive gives you 30 GB of space
Comes with your WAWG Gmail account >> https://drive.google.com/a/wawg.cap.gov
Download and install Google Drive application on PC >>
Drag and drop photos from Windows Explorer into the Drive folder on your PC - uploading happens in the background