[commcamp] Comm Camp website open for registration - 30 partially-funded seats available

  • From: FloridaCyclist@xxxxxxx
  • To: commcamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 02:06:51 EDT

Please help ensure widest distribution possible
The North Florida Ranger School Communications Camp Website is now live and  
online and we are accepting applications for the camp for both students and  
staff. If you are a student who is volunteering for a staff position, please  
sign up on both lists; it only takes a few seconds each. Once you're signed up, 
 please follow through so we can hurry up and turn your red name to a green  

The website is _http://www.tallahasseecap.org/commcamp_ 
(http://www.tallahasseecap.org/commcamp) , and you can also reach it through 
the Tallahassee 
Composite  Squadron website at _www.tallahasseecap.org_ 

 In light of this being the first time that we (or anyone else that we  know 
of) are doing something like this, we are setting a limit of 30 people in  
order to make sure that the instruction meets the high standards expected of 
Ranger School activity. Perhaps next year can be bigger, but this year we'll  
find out how things work with an event of this nature.
This is your chance to earn a ham radio license, be certified in emergency  
communications, get all your CAP comm training out of the way, get all your 
FEMA  ICS training out of the way (with a live certified ICS instructor 
the  class in person, which almost always works better than an online class 
like the  current IS200 and 700), learn about IMU, AND participate in what will 
probably  be two of the more intense and challenging communications exercises 
you will  have ever seen
If you want to come, it would be best to get the electronic registration  
part completed as soon as possible so that you have a seat reserved as we are  
only ordering 30 sets of books in advance. Overflow students, while allowed,  
will have to purchase and order their own books; links are available on the  
While it's not mentioned before, RVs are allowed for this school, but the  
driveway may be a bit small.
We look forward to seeing you here. Anyone wishing to be added to our  
mailing list, please email me and I will add you.
Gene Floyd, Capt CAP
Project Officer
North Florida Ranger School

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