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All-Hazards Air Operations and Unmanned Aircraft Management Workshop-Littleton, CO.

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DATE: April 5th, 2018                      

TIME: Check in at 0800 to 1700

LOCATION: Highlands Ranch Law Enforcement Training Facility

(Tactical Training Building G- Room G105)

6001 Ron King Trail               Littleton, CO 80125

All-Hazards  Air Operations and Unmanned Aircraft Management  is a workshop targeted at the Command and General Staff on an All-Hazards (AH) Incident Management Teams (IMTs) and those using unmanned aircraft or would like to more about using unmanned aircraft on day to day emergency operations. Additional target groups are those Unit Leaders, especially those in Logistics who have considerable and critical interactions with the Air Operations Branch Director (AOBD) air staff or day to day aerial manager / emergency manager.

Aviation is one of the more complex components of AH response, and probably the least understood. However, the fact still remains that close coordination and communication among the Air Operations are critical to successful aviation mission execution.

This Workshop Covers

Understand the job, duties, and tasks required of an Air Operations Branch, how to mobilize and transition into an incident aviation environment, and be able to prepare for, manage, and oversee an aviation operation

 Describe the need by members of the C&GS Unit Leaders and EOC to interface with the Air Branch 

  • Understand various aviation assets, their capabilities and limitations
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    Describe aviation support and logistics needs 

  • Participate in a mission request/flight planning process. 
  • Utilizing Unmanned Aircraft Operations on a day to day and extended mission setting
    • Developing and Managing an Unmanned Aircraft program
    • Understanding the certification process
    • Flight DEMO

    ALL PARTICIPANTS RECIEVE A 40 PAGE UAS DRAFT AGENCY POLICY