AVIATION 32 - Tactical Flight Observer
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Wednesday, January 1, 2014
South Wales, United Kingdom
In the hands of chips63.
This is not collectible.
Use TB5V6XF to reference this item.
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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 blue tactical uniformed police officer figurine DO NOT CIRCULATE and please refer to Description section. If you have a police officer TB please continue to review the following.
MISSION of Deputy John Paul is to obtain a partner (and that would be YOU) to travel worldwide and execute objective when possible.
OBJECTIVE is to rendezvous with and accompany "Air, Chase or Police" named Agency aircraft assets to perform virtual flight observer duties enroute to Targeted Destination if able.
GOAL is to interact, role play, submit activity reports and transmit surveillance photos to Agency Base Operations.
TARGETED DESTINATION is ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, USA.
Click HERE to view our "Agency Operations Map" in a new window. The map has Agency asset (TB) page links to where Air-1A, Chase and Police named aircraft TBs are and their last reported position and status. A "P"arking icon denotes an asset awaiting rendezvous.
Goal destinations updated 25 January 2017.
About This Item
AVIATION-32 is the callsign for virtual Deputy John Paul and only actively deployed Tactical Flight Observers (TFO). YOU are his partner. Aviation-32 is assigned to the 12th Airborne Patrol Unit's (APU) support section, in support of the virtual "Agency" and Task Force-Fire Rooster. The real Aviation-32 is one of several sworn law enforcement officers that are tactical flight observers for the Orange County Sheriff's Office in Florida.
The current TB configuration in circulation for this travel bug ID code is a 3.75-inch tall tactical figurine wearing a blue colored tactical uniform. (As pictured to the right) A handmade 6-point "star" law enforcement proxy metal Trackable (TB) tag is attached to the figurine's left side with a key ring passing through his equipment belt. The original TB code is stamped on the tag in blue color with an image of the 6-point star on one side and some info on the other side. Letter "A" is stamped in one corner.
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!
Partner to partner direct transfer is preferred whenever possible to insure deputy (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 tag that is a commercially made small 6-point sheriff star with or without a photo of a police helicopter with hiker tag that does not look 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 now missing original, formerly named "Alert-2 on Patrol." See gallery for photo.
Webpage layout revised 1 January 2017.
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