CHASE-2C on Patrol
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Friday, June 8, 2012
Florida, United States
In Traded Treasures
This is not collectible.
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NOTE - Which Travel Bug do you have? The current active "TB" is a replacement. If what you have found is not a rectangle metal tag & clip please DO NOT CIRCULATE and do refer to Description section. If you have a rectangle metal tag & clip please continue to review the following.
MISSION of Chase-2C is to partner with a local pilot (and that would be YOU) then perform area patrols anywhere in the world enroute to the following objective.
OBJECTIVE is rendezvous with "Aviation" named Agency assets when possible to receive virtual maintenance, servicing or pickup a tactical flight observer.
GOAL is to interact, role play, submit activity reports and transmit surveillance photos to Agency Base Operations.
Click HERE to view our "Agency Operations Map" in a new window. The map has Agency asset (TB) page links and identifies their last reported position and status. A "suitcase" icon denotes an asset awaiting rendezvous.
Goal destinations updated 31AUGUST2016.
About This Item
CHASE-2C is the callsign for one of eight deployed "Agency" law enforcement aircraft. YOU are the pilot. This virtual police helicopter is assigned to the Airborne Patrol Unit (APU), 12th Airborne Law Enforcement Group (ALEG) that is conducting patrols or missions in support of the virtual "Agency" and Task Force-Monkey. The real Chase-2 is a 2007 Bell Helicopter model 407 helicopter operated by the Orange County Sheriff's Office in Florida, USA.
The current TB configuration in circulation for this travel bug ID code is a home made dog tag sized rectangle shaped metal tag. The original ID code is stamped on one end in blue color. There is a letter "C" stamped in a corner. A photo of the real Chase-2 (As pictured to the right) is bonded to one side of the tag. The other side has some text info, QR code and image of the missing original TB tag. A small clip, to add items to travel with the TB, is attached. Profile photo by TB owner.
If you are interested in the virtual role play game associated with this trackable/travel bug/TB and or additional info click HERE to view the "Agency WATCH" Facebook page (a fictitious news outlet) in a new window. A member of our group, when available, will act as "Base Ops" and provide "radio calls" and mission opportunities via TB log note entries. You are welcome to role play as much as you desire. Have fun and safe journeys!
Pilot to pilot direct transfer is preferred whenever possible to insure helicopter (TB) safety and sustaining the mission objective goal profile. Otherwise, "premium" traditional Geo-lodging accomodations is requested.
MISSING TRACKABLE NOTE - If you locate or obtain a TB that is NOT a small rectangle shaped metal tag with a QR code on one side and a helicopter photo bonded to other side like the photo to the right... please email me (owner) or post a note to the log for instructions and DO NOT CIRCULATE or place in a cache. You may have located the original replacement TB that has been missing more than four years. The missing original has a commercially made law enforcement TB tag that is a 6-point sheriff's (star) badge. A wallet sized plastic photo key chain is the hitch hiker also with a different helicopter photo that has a green background (see gallery "Chase-2 on Patrol"). Should you find or obtain either or a portion thereof please post a note to this page, message or email TB owner.
Webpage layout revised 31AUGUST2016.
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