Emergency Services - ES Training - Flight LIne Marshaller


 

Flight Line Marshalling 

 

      This page provides a list of all the elements of training which must be completed to become a fully qualified Flight Line Marshaller.  Please complete each requirement and upload the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and First Aid certificates into eServices.  All of the required tasks for FLM qualification can be completed at a Mission Aircrew School or other training programs, but the courses listed below must be fulfilled on your own. 

 

 

 

 

 

General ES/CAPT116: See General Emergency Services Page

Once you have completed CAPT116, you may request Squadron Commander's permission to train.  Enter the current date in the SQTR and the commander will receive notice to approve your request.

CAPT117 Part 2:See General Emergency Services Page

FEMA IS100: http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/IS100b.asp

FEMA IS700: http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/is700a.asp

Aircraft Ground Handling Training: https://www.capnhq.gov/CAP.SafetyMMS.Web/AircraftGround.aspx (eServices login required)

First Aid: See First Aid Certification page.

ICUT: See ICUT Certification page. 

Upload FEMA and First Aid certificates to eServices, under Emergency Services.  (Choose "View/Upload Documents" at the top of the page.)

Flight Line Marshaller Qualifications

Once you have completed the above requirements, you have completed the prerequisite courses and can pursue Flight Line Marshaller training. In preparation for your actual training, it would be helpful to read this Flight Line Marshaller Home Study Course in advance.  The required training and tasks for the Flight Line Marshaller Qualification can also be viewed on the Flight Line Marshaller SQTR worksheet. You can also view this form by logging in to eServices and choosing "My Operations Qualifications" on the left side menu.  Once there, choose "FLM - Flight Line Marshaller" from the drop-down menu. 

Flight Line Marshallers should have the following safety equipment: 

--ANSI-II certified safety vest
--Protective eyeware; 

--Tether for your cover 
--Cover
--Sunscreen
--Bugspray

You will need all of these items whenever you are on the flight-line.

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