Docs, Links

The following documents are available for you to download here:

CalDART Network Overview –  Two pages

COVID19_considerations_for_VolunteerPilotOrgs_v3-24-2020– 5 pages

Utilizing GA in Catastrophic Disasters which Compromise Regional Surface Transportation – 43 pages

NIMS, ICS, DART Summary  –  Conceptual overview of FEMA’s National Incident Management System and Incident Command System and where DART fits in

Overview – Starting a DART handout   –  One page

Quick DART Implementation Checklist 20616  –  Two pages

40 Years of Earthquakes in the North American Hemisphere – 1980 to 2020, 3:38 Video

Aircraft Load Sheet – .pdf       –  One page

Note that the Disaster Airlift Response Plan and a variety of private documents are also available to those people who are working with CalDART to start a DART Operator. Contact for more information.

Related links:

Here are some websites and email addresses related to CalDART: – Angwin DART Contact, Marielle Coeytaux, President  –  SCAPA DART Operator Home Page  (E16 Airport in San Martin)  –  The HMBAPA DART Operator Home Page (KHAF Airport in Half Moon Bay)  –  Watsonville Emergency Airlift Command Team DART Operator Home Page (KWVI in Watsonville) –  SMAA DART page (KSMO in Santa Monica)  –  The CalPilots Home Page  –  Active in California and nearby states. Provider of free ambulatory medical flights. Active in Disaster  –  Air Care Alliance Home Page – CalDART works closely with the AirCare Alliance leadership, a national group of 60 public benefit flying corporations  –  The Emergency Volunteer Air Corps – coordinates emergency response within the Air Care Alliance  –  EVAC Northwest – Active with land and sea airplane relief preparations in the Northwest (Washington Puget Sound)  –  Aerobridge provides emergency air transport in national emergencies and some international ones – Reid Hillview is under threat from county supervisors who stopped taking grants from the FAA 10 years ago and are exploring alternative uses for the property.