This page contains some resources you can use while studying for your CAP Mission Pilot and Mission Technician. Use these resources in addition to your CAP/AMA study guides and online coursework.
Additional important resources can be found on the
CAP sUAS Website.
- CAP REGULATION 70-1U, Version 2.0 – sUAS Regulations, currently under revision
FAA Part 107
Free FAA Part 107 Study Guide – by Tony Northrup – A very good start, yet somewhat incomplete
Free Part 107 Test Study Guide – by Rupprecht Law – Another free study guide
FAA Part 107 Practice Questions – by Rupprecht Law – Free test questions
The FEMA ICS requirement pertains to both Mission Pilot as well as Mission Technician
You must first obtain a FEMA SID in order to get certified!
Notice: Independent Study Exams require a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number. If you do not yet have a SID, register for one today: https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid.
Required FEMA ICS certifications
MP & MT SQTRs
Recommended areas of study
NOTICE: Changes may occur without notice as these SQTR's are still under development!
Evaluation and logs
CAPF 5U sUAS - CAP sUAS PILOT FLIGHT EVALUATION
CAPF 91U sUAS - CAP sUAS MISSION PILOT CHECKOUT
CAPF 109U sUAS - CAP sUAS SORTIE FLIGHT LOG
CAPF 99U sUAS - CAP sUAS SORTIE/FLIGHT RELEASE LOG
A simple calculator in Microsoft Excel to help you calculate AGL loss over terrain. The calculator will also show you what AGL to maintain to avoid MOCA, as well as ideal operational altitude over terrain.
Download (requires Microsoft Excel or similar to run)
Image Resize and much more
One issue with capturing imagery in the field is that images usually turn out to be very large. At the same time upload times depend on what internet speeds are available.
A quick way to resize images is to use Microsoft's PowerToys for Windows 10..
Two tools that you may find handy is Image Resize and Power Rename. The latter will allow you to quickly rename a large number of files. You would, for example, name them after WIMRS mission number, location, or any other name.