What is RCGJ?
The initials "RCGJ" represent the owner's name, "Raymond C. Gayton-Jacob." This site is devoted to his endeavors, interests, and adventures.
Who is Ray?
He is a technology enthusiast, who is eager to discover methodologies to enhance his work in criminal investigations and public safety. His practical experience includes, but is not limited to, aircraft systems, military & civilian law enforcement operations, information technology functionality, and media technology applications. To support Ray's practical experience, he holds a Master of Arts degree in "Psychology" (specializing in criminology and victimology) and a Bachelor of Arts degree in "Organizational Management" (specializing in human resource development).
Aside from Ray's career in public safety, he contributes to the community as a volunteer emergency radio operator with the Riverside City Fire Department Community Emergency Response Team (CERT); as well as the County of Riverside OES/Disaster Corps. Ray is also a Weather Spotter for the National Weather Serviced; with a SkyWarn Designator of "RIV525." His civic volunteer status enables him to stay current on issues regarding Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Communications.
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Most of his acquaintances refer to him as Radar, Gator, Hyphen, Krazee-Man, or N6KZM (amateur radio operator license). After graduating from high school, he traveled the world while working as a Crew Chief on an United States Air Force jet cargo plane known as a C-141 Lockheed "Starlifter."