18 Mar, 2007
Memorandum for all Operations Staff of Pennsylvania Wing and Subordinate Units: Joint Notification Initiative Policy
United States. Civil Air Patrol. Pennsylvania Wing
"The Joint Notification Initiative was developed to promote better information sharing between the Pennsylvania Search and Rescue Council, the Pennsylvania Wing Civil Air Patrol and other SAR [Search and Rescue] organizations in PA [Pennsylvania]. This should help promote a better working relationship between the two organizations and others. It will also provide for a more efficient deployment of resources once alerted by the proper entities. In the end, it should create a more efficient and effective search and rescue team for the citizens of Pennsylvania."
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    United States. Civil Air Patrol. Pennsylvania Wing
  • Date
    18 Mar, 2007
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    Pennsylvania Wing Civil Air Patrol. Posted here from Lessons Learned Information Sharing database (LLIS). Documents are for personal use only and copyright laws apply.
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    Emergency management
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    LLIS Collection

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