MR History/ General Ops

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MR History/ General Ops
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CAMRA Rescue Trials Written Review ADMIN/ OG review
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  1. Who were the originators of CAMRA and when were they active?
    The Kachinas in the 1940's
  2. What organization did the Kachinas become?
    AMC, who then formed a rescue team
  3. When was CAMRA founded?
    1969
  4. CAMRA President?
    Tom Burmer
  5. CAMRA VP?
    Mike Lewis
  6. CAMRA Secretary?
    Roger Young
  7. CAMRA Treasurer?
    Eric Ebele
  8. CAMRA Commander?
    Dave Bremson
  9. What region is CAMRA in?
    Desert mountain region
  10. Who are the full AZ MRA members?
    CAMRA, SARA, Grand Canyon, Sedona FD TRT + Clark County NV: Las Vegas PD SAR
  11. How often must each unit reaccredit, what is the cycle, and when did it begin?
    Every 5 years. Desert mountain is on a 4 year cycle beginning in 1992
  12. When was MRA founded and where?
    1958, Golden CO
  13. What are the membership categories of MRA?
    • 1. Regular (Camra)
    • 2. Associate
    • 3. Ex Officio
    • 4. Special
  14. How many MRA units in the world?
    Over 100
  15. What does pager code 911 mean?
    Mission
  16. What does pager code 411 mean?
    Info
  17. What does pager code 811 mean?
    Training
  18. What does pager code 10-22 mean?
    Mission cancelled
  19. What is the most commonly used radio channel?
    CH2, Search Simplex.
  20. What channel is the repeater on?
    CH1, Search 8
  21. What channel is MRA?
    CH3
  22. What is the public safety radio frequency?
    155.160 MHz VHF
  23. For whom are the radio callsigns 1-9?
    Team founders
  24. For whom are callsigns 10, 20, 30, 40, etc?
    Ops Chiefs
  25. For whom are callsigns 11 through 49 (excluding 10, 20, 30, 40)?
    Rescue Specialists
  26. For whom are callsigns 51 though 100 (excluding 60, 70, 80, 90, 100)?
    Rescue Techs
  27. For whom are callsigns 101+?
    Admin support
  28. For whom are the callsigns 201+?
    Booters
  29. What does one click, two clikc, or several clicks mean?
    No, yes, help, respectively.
  30. Code 10-8?
    Responding to mission (radio codes)
  31. Code 10-23?
    Onscene (radio code)
  32. Code 10-7
    Arrived at home following mession (radio codes)
  33. Code 10-35
    Sensitive Information (radio codes)
  34. Code 901H
    Dead person (radio codes)
  35. Code 54A
    Intoxicated (radio codes)
  36. Code 918
    Mentally unstable (radio codes)
  37. Code 268
    On drugs (radio code)
  38. Code 417
    Threatening with a weapon (radio codes)
  39. Black Color Code
    Camp/Op Support (color codes)
  40. Orange Color Code
    Rescue (color code)
  41. Red Color Code
    Emergency medical (color code)
  42. Blue Color Code
    Swiftwater (color code)
  43. Brown Color Code
    Underground (color code)
  44. Yellow Color Code
    Helicopter (color code)
  45. Green Color Code
    Cold weather ops (color code)
  46. Purple Color Code
    Dynamic ropes (color code)
  47. Yellow Webbing Length
    30 feet (webbing color)
  48. Green Webbing Length
    20 feet (webbing color)
  49. Red Webbing Length
    15 feet (weebing color)
  50. 12 Essentials
    • 1. Navigation
    • 2. Insulation
    • 3. Illumination
    • 4. Hydration
    • 5. Nutrition
    • 6. Tools
    • 7. First Aid
    • 8. Fire
    • 10. Emergency Shelter
    • 11. Signaling
    • 12. Personal

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