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Challenges of Search and Rescue
Challenges of Search and Rescue
Date and Time:
Monday, June 19, 2023, starting at 18:30 Mountain Daylight Time (17:30 PDT; 19:30 CDT; 20:30 EDT; 14:30 HST; 16:30 AKDT; 17:30 Arizona; Tuesday, June 20, 2023 00:30 GMT)
Capt. Martin Kelly, Civil Air Patrol
Brief Description:

<p>Capt. Martin Kelly, Jeffco Squadron Emergency Services Officer, Civil Air Patrol, U.S. Airforce Auxiliary will discuss the challenges of search and rescue. On April 16th of this year, the Colorado Wing of the Civil Air Patrol was called on by the Larimer County Sheriffs Office to provide aerial search assistance for a missing person last seen near Glen Haven. The presentation covers context, a brief overview of CAP mountainous aerial search planning and execution, flight conditions faced, search results, and lessons learned &amp;&nbsp;inclusive of lessons for those of us who find themselves in the backwoods and mountains of Colorado. Prior to attending any safety seminar please review and abide by current CDC, State and Local health guidelines.</p>

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<p>To access this Colorado Pilots Association LIVE ZOOM broadcast, go to coloradopilots.org., go to Colorado Aviation Calendar, click on June 19th event and click on the link to the event. There is no prior online registration for this webinar. The webinar is free and open to all. If you would like to receive WINGS credit for this event, please sign up via FAASTeam.</p>

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Phone: (303) 408-6225
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<p>Capt. Kelly earned his private pilot certificate in the benign skies over New Mexico while attending engineering undergrad school. Professional responsibilities in Texas, Alaska, and California limited his flight time until he attended MBA grad school in Arizona, where he added a multi-engine rating. Monthly flights to the Grand Canyon and other wonders of the area were subsequently curtailed with a post-grad project in Trinidad and Tobago, brief professional stints in Colorado and western Canada, marriage, and then subsequent foreign postings in the UK and the Middle East with two wanderlust Kelly family members added along the way. Since a return to Colorado in 2011, most of his flying time has been among the Fourteeners of Colorado as Mission Pilot for the Civil Air Patrol. Capt. Kelly is now semi-retired&nbsp;and serves as the Emergency Services Officer for CAPs Jefferson County Senior Squadron based at KBJC. This event is hosted by the Colorado Pilots Association.</p>

Credit Applicability:
1 Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 3
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Any other task not covered in the NPP that is not A/W or Ops
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