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Lone Star Emergency Services Academy 2018 (LESA)

Lone Star ES Academy

Saturday, June 23, 2018 at 8:00 AM - Sunday, July 1, 2018 at 11:00 AM (CDT)

Lone Star Emergency Services Academy 2018 (LESA)

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Communications School Basic
Communications School Basic Communications Course The Basic Course is for cadets and seniors wishing to understand more about the radio communications used by CAP and to become proficient radio operators. The course will include:  Radiotelephone procedures and protocol;  Radio fundamentals including electrical circuits, soldering, propagation, emergency power, antennas, station setup, emergency and field operations, etc.  VHF radio operation and paging;  HF radio operation including voice, SELCAL and ALE modes;  Use of WMIRS during mission communications;  The course will work to provide the training and experience to meet the Mission Radio Operator (MRO) qualification. Prerequisites for this course are:  Completion of OPSEC training;  ICUT or at least completion of all on-line course work for the ICU
Ended $175.00 $11.81
Communications School Advanced
Basic: Age 14 minimum MRO/Fam-Prep completed. The Advanced Course is for those who are current Mission Radio Operators and are proficient in voice net operations. Those holding assignments as Unit Communications Officers and those wanting to train for this position will share training and experiences to enhance performance in this position. The course will include: • Advance operating procedures; • Antenna design and installation; • Station setup and assessment; • Alternate power sources and emergency power; • Communications Unit Leader (CUL) training and re-certification; • Emergency deployment and extended field operations; • Station setup, integration, and multi-operator suites; • Building headphone adaptors for HF radios; • Deployed field operation. Prerequisites for this course are: • Completion of the Basic Communications Course or prior approval of the Course Coordinator; • Bedding, clothing, and messing supplies for deployment to a field environment for up to 36 hours.
Ended $175.00 $11.81
Mission Air Crew School - Observer & Pilot
Pilot: CAP F5, 175 hours PIC current in C172 minimum age 18. MS, MO/Fam-Prep tasks Age 18 minimum
Ended $175.00 $11.81
SAR TECH 2   more info Ended $175.00 $11.81

Event Details

Required Staff Training (RST) for ALL STAFF will be conducted on Saturday, June 23, 2018.  The student check in will be Saturday, June 23rd from 3pm to 6pm. Classes will begin on Sunday, June 24th at 8am.

ALL Attendees need to review the Operations Plan (OPS Plan) and the Policies & Procedures Manual listed below. 

ALL CADETS will need to sign and submit the Behavior Contract prior to attending. Behavior contract can be submitted to lesa@txwgcap.org. 

ES Courses:
https://www.txwgcap.org/cp/lesa/

LESA Operations Plan (OP PLAN):
LESA OP-PLAN 

LESA Policies & Procedures:

LESA Policies & Procedures

Behavior Contract (CADETS & PARENTS)
https://www.txwgcap.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/2016-Cadet-Behavior-Contract.pdf 

All required forms, in addition to signing up on eventbrite, should be emailed to lesa@txwgcap.org

Schools Offered: 

  • SAR-TECH 2
  • Communications School Basic and Advanced - Senior/Cadet
  • Flight line Marshalling and Supervising - Senior/Cadet
  • Mission Aircrew School – Observer and Pilot
  • Mission Staff School Basic
  • Aerial Photography - (will run 6/24 to 6/28) 

The curriculum for each LESA School follows the task guides and SQTRs developed by CAP. Some schools have minimum-age requirements because of the level of academic commitment required to be successful; other training is governed by CAP regulations and is limited to individuals age 18 and up. Consult the application for age limitations and prerequisites.  

We know TXWG/HQ is a long trip for many of you. However, we'll provide inbound or outbound sorties to cover the cost of fuel, and this should help make the trip easier. This should be arranged with the LESA Administrator two weeks in advance in order to get sorties into WMIRS. We will need to keep the CAP vehicle for the week in order to pay for the sortie. We will make similar arrangements for aircraft.  

This facility is a great place, especially considering its very reasonable rates. The course fee will cover three meals a day, lodging, classrooms, and wireless Internet access.  

Lone Star Emergency Services Academy offers a wider variety of class options at a more affordable price than other CAP academies, our facilities are outstanding, and we offer to cover transportation costs to the event. Why would you want to go anywhere else?

Have questions about Lone Star Emergency Services Academy 2018 (LESA)? Contact Lone Star ES Academy

When & Where


Texas Wing Headquarters
553 Terry Crawford Drive
Nacogdoches, TX 75964

Saturday, June 23, 2018 at 8:00 AM - Sunday, July 1, 2018 at 11:00 AM (CDT)


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