CARLETON GROUND SEARCH & RESCUE INC.
Proudly serving Carleton County and the surrounding area since 1985
Carleton Ground Search & Rescue Inc. Team Members participated in a Restricted Radio Operators Comms review at the RCMP District 7 Boardroom, Woodstock, NB on the evening of March 17/2011. We also managed an Aerial Photograph information review and a practical classroom exercise emphasizing RF (representative fraction) and photo/map measuring procedures.
Team Members in attendance relaxing prior to the commencement of the Radio Communication review.
Fraser aerial photograph FR 82559 38 (bottom left of photo). This information indicates that it is a Fraser Companies photo flown in 1982, flight line reference (82) 559 ..and it is photograph # 38 in this particular flightline. This information is on the bottom or SOUTH end of the photo.
Fraser aerial photograph FR 82559 39 (bottom left of photo). This information indicates that it is a Fraser Companies photo flown in 1982, flight line reference (82) 559 ..and it is photograph # 39 in this particular flightline. This information is on the bottom or SOUTH end of the photo.
Aerial photo FR 82559 38 (above left) and aerial photo FR 82559 39 (above right) are a matched pair and may be used for stereo viewing. "North" is at the top , "South" is at the bottom, "East" is to the right and "West" is to the left of each photo. In their actual dimension, they have an RF of 1:12,500......therefore each 1cm. measured on the photograph represents 125 meters on the ground. 1:12,500 is a very common Forestry RF in New Brunswick.
Everyone is busy measuring and calculating data for the photo exercise.
CGSR Training Officer Ray LeBlanc (L) discussing the evening Exercise with Team President Robert McCready (R).