2018 Florida Wing ES Academy (FLESA)
Avon Park Air Force Range
1st Combat SPT GP
Avon Park, FL 33825
26 Dec 2018 - 02 Jan 2019
Florida Wing announces the Annual Emergency Services
Academy (FLESA) to be held 26- Dec 2018 to Jan 2nd, 2019 at the Avon
This session will be for advanced
ground teams training only and will have a focus on training Florida Wing
Ground Team members to take the tests needed to become a NASAR SARTECH II. This is a requirement that the State of Florida
is moving towards for wilderness SAR deployments and is a higher level of
training that will benefit all who attend.
NASAR evaluators will be on hand to observe our school and to work on
getting our instructors certified to teach NASAR classes. If you want this training,
you will need to attend this session. This is for those members that are
One to include CPPT
to hike full gear reasonable distances (5+miles)
- Must be ages 16 and above
- Curry Achievement
- First Aid (current)
- GTM 3
- Ability to hike full gear reasonable distances (5+miles)
- Must be current in their specialty and SET authorized.
- To be considered as a NASAR
instructor, you must attend this session and teach lessons to be
evaluated by the NASAR personnel.
Registration and Payment:
Registration will be completed via electronic form (E-FLWG F500) with all hard copy forms signed and uploaded. Members should also hand carry hard copy forms with them to the activity. The activity fee will be $100.00* for participating Senior Member or Cadet and [ayment will be made
via the electronic form utilizing Paypal.
*All fees must be received by 15 Nov 2018
Hard Copy Forms 31,160 and
161 for all attendees, form 163 for minors.
Registration Deadline: 15 Nov 2018
Uniform / Equipment:
Uniform will be BDUs/BBDU’s
or ABU’s. Please ensure you are within policy for ABU’s/BDU’s.
Requirements: You will need your
full 24 and 72 hour packs (24 hour gear inspected after check in) In addition,
you will need a good quality orienteering compass. You will need a wooden dowel
rod, no less than 42” long (suggest ½ dia from local home improvement or lumber
store) a way to temporarily mark distances on the tracking stick (hose clamp,
zip tie ect) a measuring device at least 18 inches long (flexible fabric tape measure)
2 Prusik cords (6 to 8mm safety or climbing grade rope, 6ft long)
Tent and Sleeping gear
for field time.
A policy and procedures
guide will be emailed to all registrants and will cover gear and other
requirements in a much more detailed manner
Staff will check in on
26 Dec 2018 between 0800 and 1100
Student early arrival
will be 26 Dec 2018 from 1400 until 1700
Student arrival will be 27
Dec 2018 from 0800 to 1000
Meals will be provided
at the FLWG ES Academy. Members with special meal needs must include this
information on their FLWGF 500 application as well as the CAP Form 160.
Transportation to and from FLWG ES Academy is the participant's personal responsibility. Units or Groups may, and are encouraged to do so, arrange for common transportation through corporate or privately owned vehicles. Participants should contact their unit commander to inquire if such arrangements are being made.
Please email Capt
Chris Krier at ckrier@flwg for general inquiries.
The emergency contact (command post) number will be posted the day of