[Coastal] Coastal Guard at Gulf Wars

Eadric Anstapa eadric at scabrewer.com
Tue Feb 24 10:34:05 PST 2004

I am not questioning the wisdom of having a guard  but  I am

What changes have been made to the way security is being
administered that would lead us to believe that there will be more
security concerns this year?


HL Eadric Anstapa
eadric at scabrewer.com

Hillary Greenslade <hillaryrg at yahoo.com> said:

> With changes at Gulf Wars in the way Security is being
administered this year; per discussion on
> another list, each campsite area may wish to establish their own
'Guard'.  While it's always a
> good idea to keep your most important valuables on your person
(ie. money); this may be good way
> to secure the camps.  I propose that the Coastal Region set up a
'Coastal Guard' (couldn't resist
> the similarity to 'Coast Guard' <grin>).
> Stargate and other groups own walkie-talkies, so one could be left
for the on-duty 'Coastal Guard'
> to use if any problems.  Our Coastal Liaison, Galen, considers
this a good idea, but would need a
> deputy 'Head Guard' to handle it (setup a schedule, secure the
walkie-talkie, keep batteries on
> hand for the unit, etc.). 
> So, is there any interest in setting up a 'Coastal Guard'?  The
Head Guard would setup 4-6hour
> shifts to stay at the Coastal camp, and do a periodic walk
through/around the camp to ensure
> nothing is amiss?   
> Anyone interested in taking lead on this project? 
> Hillary 

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