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Title: National Capital Region


1
National Capital Region Training and Exercise
Consortium
Monthly Training andCalendar Synch
MeetingMarch 4, 2008
2
Agenda
  • Purpose
  • Information Postings
  • NCR Key Events (Out to December 08)
  • Exercises
  • Training Events
  • Special Events
  • Issues / Discussion
  • Conclusion

3
Purpose
  • To gain better visibility on the activities of
    all the organizations residing in the National
    Capital Region in order to improve operations,
    coordination, and synchronization of activities
    and events.
  • Provide a communications conduit to NCR ETOP
  • Monthly Synchronization Meetings - first TUE of
    each month, 1000-1200 hours, in the MWCOG
    Conference Room.
  • Meetings co- hosted by DHS/ONCRC and NCR ETOP.
  • All FSL organizations within the NCR are invited
    and encouraged to send a representative to this
    meeting.

4
Business Rules
  • Provide Calendar input and Event Slides by the
    last Thursday of each month format for this
    input provided in later slide.
  • The slides will be distributed via email to
    meeting attendees following the meeting.
  • The slides from each month will be posted on the
    ETOP website http//ncrportal.mwcog.org/sites/rpw
    g_etop/default.aspx
  • During the monthly meeting we will review the
    calendar, provide an overview of the identified
    events, discuss new events and long range
    planning, and develop possible resolutions to any
    event scheduling conflicts.

5
Document Web Postings
  • TBD NCR Training and Exercise Consortium Web
    Site
  • DHS-National Exercise (NEXS) Portal Password
    Required https//hseep.dhs.gov/
  • DHS-Lessons Learned Information Sharing Portal
    Password Required
  • https//www.llis.dhs.gov/
  • Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments,
    Homeland Security Public Safety Homepage
    http//www.mwcog.org/security/
  • Homeland Security Digital Library
    http//knxup2.hsdl.org/uPortal/render.userLayoutRo
    otNode.uP
  • DHS-Office of National Capital Region
    Coordination http//www.dhs.gov/dh
    spublic/display?theme14content4471

6
National Capital Region Training and Exercise
Consortium
NCR Key Events (Out to December 08)
Refer to Long-Range Calendar
7
March 2008 Events
  • The ER One Institute 5th Annual Conference March
    3-4
  • Exercise Capital Spear March 3-7
  • NCR Incident Management Team FSE March 4-6
  • Winter Blast Demonstration March 6
  • Situational Awareness and Crisis Communication
    Workshop March 6-7
  • Terrorism Prevention, Response, and Security
    Training March 10-11
  • Cyber Storm II 08 March (TBD)
  • Worldwide Joint Training and Scheduling
    Conference March 10-14
  • Exercise Vital Eagle March 13
  • Joint State Funeral Training Exercise 08-02
    March 11-13
  • Virginia Emergency Management Conference March
    11-14
  • Crisis Management Plan-Writing Training Workshop
    March 13-14
  • The National Conference for School Security and
    Safety March 17-18
  • RESF 16 Volunteer Mobilization Center Regional
    Exercise March 18
  • Virginia Tornado Preparedness Day March 18
  • Developing Optimum School Safety and Crisis
    Management Plans Workshop Mar 19
  • Operation Cardinal Freeze TTX March 20
  • USDA Human Pandemic 08 TTX March 27
  • POTUS at Nationals Park (Opening Day) March 30

8
April 2008 Events
  • Arlington Community Facilitation Workshop Apr 1
  • 22nd Disasters Roundtable Workshop April 3
  • Marine Corps Command Staff College National
    Response to Catastrophic and Disruptive Threats
    Exercise April 14-16
  • Papal Visit April 15-18
  • Maryland Prevention Based Exercise April 16
  • Capital Storm 08 TTX April 18
  • Severe Storm Awareness Conference April 21
  • Fort Belvoir Pandemic Influenza Installation-Wide
    Exercise April (TBD)

9
May 2008 Events
  • Virginia SNS RSS TTX May (TBD)
  • National Level Exercise 2-08 May 1-8
  • Evacuation and Sheltering TTX Drill (VERTEX)
    May 2
  • Virginia POD Drill May 3 (T)
  • City of Falls Church CPX May
  • Virginia Lane Reversal Exercise May 11
  • National Police Week May 11-17
  • National Training and Exercise Conference May
    12-18
  • Armed Forces Day May 17
  • National Hurricane Preparedness Week May 25-31
  • Memorial Day May 26
  • Managing Today's Threats to Homeland Security
    Conference May 29
  • Command, Control and Communications Vehicle
    Rally May 30
  • Arlington County Operation Frosty Paws May 31

10
June-August 2008 Events
  • 2008 Maryland Pandemic Flu Exercise June 17-19
  • DOE Annual Exercise 08 June 19
  • Terrorist Response SIMEX June 23-27
  • Independence Day July 4
  • Arlington County Pet Shelter FSE July/August
    (TBD)
  • Commonwealth (VA) Operations Plan Exercise
    (COPEX) July 21-25
  • ARNORTH DSCA Course August 4-8
  • Virginia SNS Exercise 08 August 4-8 (TBD)
  • Arlington County Summer Full Scale Exercise
    August 16

11
September-December 2008 Events
  • Labor Day September 1
  • National Preparedness Month September 1-30
  • Freedom Walk September 9
  • Pentagon 9-11 Memorial Dedication September 11
  • Virginia Communications Exercise
    October/November (TBD)
  • Fire Prevention Month October 1-31
  • 2008 Army Ten Miler October 5
  • Vigilant Aardvark 2008 October (TBD)
  • Marine Corps Marathon October 26
  • Exercise Capital Shield 09 October 27-29
  • NCR CIP RPWG Seminar October (TBD)
  • Virginia Communications FSE October/November
    (TBD)
  • Arlington/Alexandria Dispensing Exercise
    November 8 (T)
  • Veterans Day November 11
  • Virginia FluEx 08 November 11-13
  • Exercise Vigilant Shield 09 November 12-19
  • Thanksgiving November 27
  • Winter Preparedness Week November 30-December 6
  • Christmas December 25

12
National Capital Region Training and Exercise
Consortium
Exercises
13
Exercise Capital Spear
WHAT Exercise Capital Spear DATE / TIME Phase
1 29 Nov 20 February, planning and
coordination. Phase 2 21 February, tabletop
exercise (TTX), Camp Dawson, WV Phase 3 3-7
March, Multi CST exercise LOCATION NCR (Naval
Yard, Metro Training Facility, Camp
Synder) PARTICIPANTS DC, DE, IN, MD, MI, VA, WV
Civil Support Teams JOCs, WV J6 JICS, 5th
Army, CNR, JFHQ-NCR, NGB JOC PURPOSE To enhance
response sector two Civil Support Teams ability
to provide CBRN response through a
multi-echelon, full scale interoperability
exercise.
POC Major Jeff Price, 35th CST (WVARNG) W
304-201-3151
14
Winter Blast Demonstration
WHAT Winter Blast Demonstration DATE / TIME
March 6, 10am-2pm EST LOCATION Temple University
Hospital (TUH) / Chester Crozer Medical Center
(CCMC) / The George Washington University
Hospital (GW) / VA Hospital in DC / Constitution
Hall PARTICIPANTS DHS HQ, DHS Office of Health
Affairs (OHA), Department of Veterans Affairs,
FEMA HQ, FEMA Region III, HHS/ ASPR ESAR-VHP,
HHS/ Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and
Response (ASPR), HHS Region III, HHS/U.S. Public
Health Service (USPH), Medical Reserves,
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (PA), Commonwealth
of Virginia (VA), Philadelphia Department of
Health, Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Temple
University Hospital, Allegheny Region 13, The
George Washington University Hospital, Delaware
Valley Hospital Council PURPOSE DHS FEMA NCRC
is coordinating a demonstration to familiarize
the Federal and Mutual Aid medical communities
with the National Preparedness Credentialing and
Typing Model Standard Framework. The primary
focus is the National Response Framework (NRF)
Emergency Support Functions (ESF) 8 Public Health
and Medical Services for Federal and Mutual Aid
emergency response officials. This includes the
Emergency System for Advanced Registration of
Volunteer Health Professionals (ESAR-VHP) and
other healthcare responders. In addition,
National Capital Region Federal essential
personnel will pre-deploy to a rally point
(Constitution Hall) for electronic validation of
agency-issued FIPS 201 credentials in preparation
for NLE 2-08
POC Craig Wilson W 202-212-1523
14
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15
Exercise Vital Eagle
WHAT Exercise Vital Eagle DATE / TIME March
13, 830-1200 LOCATION Department of Energy,
Germantown MD. Complex PARTICIPANTS DOE,
Montgomery County Police, Fire, EMS, Shady Grove
Hospital, FPS, FBI (invited). PURPOSE 26th in a
series of Occupant Emergency Plan/Incident
Command System Table Top Exercises.
POC Pat Daly W (202) 586-4449
16
Cyber Storm II 08
  • WHAT Cyber Storm II 08
  • DATE / TIME March (TBD)
  • LOCATION Washington, DC
  • PARTICIPANTS Department of Agriculture
    (USDA), Department of
  • Commerce, Department of Defense, Department of
    Education, Department of
  • Energy, Department of Health and Human
    Services, Department of Homeland
  • Security, Department of Housing Urban
    Development, Department of the
  • Interior, Department of Justice, Department of
    Labor, Department of
  • State, Department of Transportation
    (DOT), Department of the
  • Treasury, Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
  • Milestones
  • 12/06/06 Concepts Objectives (CO) Meeting
  • 03/26-27/07 Initial Planning Conference (IPC)
  • 07/11-12/07 Mid-Term Planning Conference (MPC)
  • 12/04-05/07 Final Planning Conference (FPC)
  • 01/28-29/08 MSEL Conference
  • 04/16-17/08 After Action Conference (AAC)

POC Bridgette Spencer W bridgette.spencer_at_dhs.g
ov
17
Volunteer Mobilization Center Regional Exercise
  • WHAT Volunteer Mobilization Center Regional
    Exercise
  • DATE / TIME March 18, 2008
  • LOCATION 8 NCR Locations
  • PARTICIPANTS Varied NCR Jurisdictions
  • PURPOSE To share the effective way in which to
    manage, mobilize and disburse
  • spontaneous volunteers in times of disaster
  • Milestones
  • 14-Dec. Initial Planning Conference
  • 23-Jan. Mid-Term Planning Conference
  • 20-Feb. Final Planning Conference
  • 18-March Full Scale Exercise
  • TBD AAR Conference

POC Joe Henderson W jhenderson_at_mema.state.md.us
17
18
Operation Cardinal Freeze TTX
WHAT Winter Storm TTX DATE / TIME March 20
900-400 LOCATION Virginia Emergency
Operations Center PARTICIPANTS VERT - Section
Chiefs ESF Leads, locality from impacted area
(possibly teleconference) Co-Op Power
Reps/Dominion Power Reps. PURPOSE The purpose of
the VERTEX 2008 Operation Cardinal Freeze
Tabletop Exercise (TTX) is to assess the
preparedness, effectiveness and efficiency of the
Commonwealth of Virginias Emergency Operating
Plan (VEOP) and the Virginia Emergency Operations
Centers Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in
response to a winter storm impacting the
Commonwealth which causes widespread power
outages.
POC Hampton Hart W (804) 897-6500 x6593
19
Arlington Community Facilitation Workshop
WHAT Arlington County Critical Incident
Community Facilitation Program DATE / TIME April
1, 2008 and Fall 2008 TBD LOCATION
FDIC PARTICIPANTS Arlington County government
and private business representatives PURPOSE
This two day event facilitated by Michigan State
University will focus on building relationships
between the public and private sector and
creating a community wide emergency management
culture. The first day (in April) will consist
of a workshop which will be followed by a
Tabletop Exercise in the Fall.
POC Charlotte Franklin W (703) 228-0593
20
National Response to Catastrophic and Disruptive
Threats Course Exercise
  • WHAT Marine Corps Command Staff College -
    National Response to
  • Catastrophic and Disruptive Threats Course
    Exercise
  • DATE / TIME April 14-16, 2008
  • LOCATION Quantico, VA
  • PARTICIPANTS Military Officers looking for
    local emergency management
  • professionals to serve as subject matter experts
  • PURPOSE Educate mid-career military officers in
    the myriad of threats to the Homeland, the
  • organizations and plans in place that drive DoD
    support in these scenarios, and the challenges
  • associated with joint crisis action planning to
    support a national response to a catastrophic and
  • destructive threats incident. The methods used to
    develop these competencies are lectures,
  • seminars, and selected readings supported by a
    student practical exercise.
  • Milestones
  • 14 Nov. Initial Planning Conference
  • 14 Dec. Mid Planning Conference
  • 28 Jan. Final Planning Conference
  • 14 - 16 April Exercise

POC Col Curtis Anderson W curtis.a.anderson_at_usmc
.mil
20
21
22nd Disasters Roundtable Workshop
WHAT Disaster Risk Management in an Age of
Climate Change Workshop DATE / TIME April
3 LOCATION National Academies Keck
Center PARTICIPANTS Open to the public PURPOSE
To facilitate and enhance communication and the
exchange of ideas among scientists,
practitioners, and policymakers concerned with
urgent and important issues related to natural,
technological, and other disasters.
POC __________ W http//www.dels.nas.edu/dr/dr_
evreg.php
22
Maryland Prevention Based Exercise
  • WHAT Maryland Prevention Based Exercise
  • DATE / TIME April 16, 2008
  • LOCATION MCAC
  • PARTICIPANTS State Agencies, including the
    Maryland Joint Operations Center (MJOC),
    Baltimore Metropolitan Area, Washington, D.C.
    Metropolitan Area Law Enforcement, MCAC/Federal
    Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Joint Terrorism
    Task Force (JTTF), National Capital Region (NCR)
    Fusion Centers
  • PURPOSE Hold a prevention based exercise to
    evaluate the States ability to analyze and
    compile threat information and disseminate it
    appropriately.
  • Milestones
  • 7-Feb Initial Planning Conference
  • 13-March Final Planning Conference
  • 16- April Table Top Exercise
  • TBD AAR Conference

POC Joe Henderson W jhenderson_at_mema.state.md.us
22
23
Capital Storm 08 TTX
WHAT FMMC Military Community Hurricane
Evacuation TTX DATE / TIME April 18 LOCATION
Ft. Myer, Arlington, VA PARTICIPANTS Ft Myer
Military Community, Defense Threat Reduction
Agency, Arlington County, VDEM, VDOT PURPOSE
To validate MDWs Senior Mission Commanders
Evacuation and Response Plan MILESTONES - 7
Feb Mid Planning Conference - 3 Mar Final
Planning Conference - 25 Mar Academics
POC Dale Barron (DTRA) W (703) 676-6830
24
SNS RSS TTX
WHAT SNS RSS TTX DATE / TIME May
(TBD) LOCATION Central Region (VA)
(TBD) PARTICIPANTS VDH, VSP, USMS, RIA,
Transportation Vendor PURPOSE Focus on security
and inventory management system.
POC __________ W __________
25
Falls Church CPX
  • WHAT The City of Falls Church Command Post
    Exercise
  • DATE / TIME May 2008
  • LOCATION The City of Falls Church EOC
  • PARTICIPANTS Falls Church Emergency Management
    Coordinator, City
  • Manager, Public Works Director, Finance Director,
    Water Authority.
  • PURPOSE To activate the EOC within one hour and
    discuss alternate EOC
  • locations. Use the ICS structure in the EOC,
    identify personnel who may require
  • specific training to fill a position, write an
    Incident Action Plan and use the
  • appropriate ICS forms. Discuss current MOUs the
    city has and where there may
  • be a need for more support.
  • Milestones
  • November - December 2008 IPC
  • January - March 2008 MPC
  • April 2008 FPC
  • May 2008 CPX, Hotwash immediately after
  • July 2008 AAR

POC Aldo Davila (VDEM) W 703-986-9983
26
National Level Exercise 2-08
  • WHAT National Level Exercise 2-08
  • DATE / TIME May 1-8, 2008
  • LOCATION Maryland, Virginia, District of
    Columbia, Washington State, FEMA
  • Region III
  • PARTICIPANTS Federal, state, local, JFHQ-NCR.
  • PURPOSE Conduct national level exercise that
    will combine elements of COOP,
  • and DSCA with a hurricane scenario and a credible
    terrorist threat affecting the
  • East Coast and a chemical terrorist incident
    affecting the West Coast.
  • Milestones
  • 9 Aug Interagency Continuity of OPs Working
    Group (NCR) WDC
  • 13-17 Aug Initial Planning Conferences COS
  • 29 Aug Follow-on Initial Planning Conference
    (NCR) WDC
  • 3 Oct MSEL Development Conference (NCR) WDC
  • 28 Nov Mid Planning Conference (NCR) WDC
  • 04-07 Dec Mid Planning Conference SAT
  • 25-29 Feb Final Planning Conference SEA
  • 12 Mar Follow-on Final Planning Conference
    (NCR) WDC
  • 20 Mar MSEL Synchronization Conference
    (NCR) WDC
  • 08-10 Apr MSEL Synchronization Conference SUF

POC Don Amos, VDEM W Donald.Amos_at_vdem.virginia
.gov
27
Evacuation and Sheltering TTX Drill
WHAT Evacuation and Sheltering TTX Drill DATE
/ TIME May 2 900-400 LOCATION Virginia
Emergency Operations Center PARTICIPANTS VECTOR
Reps Representatives from Hampton Roads Area
(Norfolk and VA Beach) as well as
representatives from In-land host jurisdictions.
PURPOSE Discuss the Commonwealths plans and
identify courses of action to support the
evacuation and sheltering of a large population
prior to a hurricane impacting the east coast.
(TTX) Determine requirements to locate, acquire,
and plan for the distribution and accounting of
critical personnel, facilities and materiel in
support of the response. (TTX) Verify the
procedures to coordinate and to share critical
information with jurisdictions and provide
emergency information to the media and the
public. (TTX) Examine and discuss the integrated
coordination efforts, communications and response
capabilities between hospital, Health and
Emergency Management entities in response to a
hurricane affecting hospital operations. (TTX)
Assess the ability of the Department of Social
Services in coordination with the VECTOR to
support the evacuation and conduct sheltering of
a designated number of displaced persons. (D)
Demonstrate the Commonwealths ability to conduct
mass care operations during a major weather
event. (D) Assess the ability of the joint
information center to provide emergency
information to the media and to the public. (D)
POC Hampton Hart W (804) 897-6500 x6593
28
Lane Reversal Drill
WHAT Lane Reversal Drill DATE / TIME May 11
500-700 AM LOCATION I-64 PARTICIPANTS VDOT
VDEM VSP VA National Guard All Hampton Roads
Jurisdictions.
POC Hampton Hart W (804) 897-6500 x6593
29
Command, Control and Communications Vehicle Rally
Location changing to Dulles Airport Details to
follow.
POC James Wadsworth W james.wadsworth_at_fairfaxco
unty.gov
30
Operation Frosty Paws
WHAT Arlington County Human Pet Shelter
Drill DATE / TIME May 31 LOCATION Kenmore
Middle School PARTICIPANTS Arlington County
Office of Emergency Management and Department of
Human Services, Arlington Chapter Red Cross,
Animal Welfare League of Arlington. PURPOSE To
practice setting up a joint pet and human shelter
and validate Existing sheltering plans and
procedures.
POC Lucia Schmit W (703) 228-7936
31
2008 Maryland Pandemic Flu Exercise
  • WHAT 2008 Maryland Pandemic Flu Exercise
  • DATE / TIME June 17-19 2008
  • LOCATION TBA
  • PARTICIPANTS Federal, State and Local Partners
  • PURPOSE To test the expertise and capability of
    several components of the healthcare system to
    adequately identify and respond to unusual work
    and patient loads during a pandemic influenza
    outbreak.
  • Milestones
  • Jan-29 May-2 100p.m.-300p.m
  • Feb-1 May-16 100p.m.-300p.m
  • Feb-14 May-27 100p.m.-300p.m
  • Feb-25
  • Mar-11
  • Mar-25
  • Apr-8
  • Apr-21

POC Al Romanosky MD W aromanosky_at_dhmh.state.md.
us
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TERRORIST RESPONSE SIMEX
WHAT Simulation / CPX -Terrorist Response
Exercise in NOVA DATE / TIME June 23-27,
2008 LOCATION Fort A.P. Hill, VA PARTICIPANTS
29th Infantry Division (ARNG) Unit Level Role
Players Brigade Combat Teams, Avn, Trans, Med
and En. Higher Response Cell JFHQ-VA Other Key
Role Players Invited VDEM, Region VII EM
Services (Police, Fire, and Rescue) PURPOSE
Conduct an exercise that results in a ready and
capable Division Headquarters that can respond
to a Homeland Security Event within a designated
area of responsibility on short notice.  
POC Virgil Gray W virgil.gray_at_gdit.com
33
Arlington County Summer Full Scale Exercise
WHAT Arlington County Summer Full Scale
Exercise DATE / TIME August 16 LOCATION
TBD PARTICIPANTS Arlington County PD, Fire, OEM,
Department of Human Services, neighboring Law
Enforcement and Fire teams. PURPOSE To exercise
the coordination of Fire and Police Department
response tactics and train staff on the
establishment of a Family Assistance Center in
response to a mass casualty incident.
POC Lucia Schmit W (703) 228-7936
34
VOPEX
WHAT Virginia Operations Plan Exercise
(VOPEX) DATE / TIME July 21-25 LOCATION North
Anna Power Station PARTICIPANTS Full
VERT PURPOSE As Determined with Radiological
Exercise Group
POC Hampton Hart W (804) 897-6500 x6593
35
SNS Exercise 08
WHAT SNS Exercise 08 DATE / TIME August 4-8
(TBD) LOCATION Central Region (VA)
(TBD) PARTICIPANTS VDH, VEOC, VSP, USMS, RIA,
Transportation Vendor PURPOSE Full scale SNS
exercise involving Push Pack receipt, RSS
activation, inventory allocation, distribution
and transport.
POC __________ W __________
36
NCR CIP RPWG Seminar
  • WHAT NCR CIP RPWG Seminar
  • DATE / TIME October (TBD)
  • LOCATION TBD
  • PARTICIPANTS TBD
  • PURPOSE 1) Increase situational awareness by
    fostering information flow. 2) Increase response
  • and preparedness awareness for example through
    the use of and improvement of COOP plans. 3)
    Build
  • stakeholder awareness reaching out to private
    sector partners to coordinate efforts. 4)
    Identify
  • interdependencies with greater accuracy and
    depth. The 6 Critical Infrastructure Sectors
    Focused Upon
  • are 1) Power, 2) Water, 3) Telecommunications, 4)
    Finance, 5) Health and 6) Transportation.
  • Milestones
  • TBD Initial Planning Conference
  • TBD Mid-Term Planning Conference
  • TBD Final Planning Conference
  • TBD TTX
  • TBD AAR Complete

POC W
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Vigilant Aardvark 2008
  • WHAT Vigilant Aardvark 2008
  • DATE / TIME October (TBD)
  • LOCATION Northern Virginia Jurisdictions
  • PARTICIPANTS Northern Virginia Jurisdictions,
    VDEM, Regional IMT, RHCC,
  • VOAD, VDOT, VRE, VDH
  • PURPOSE Conduct a series of exercises ending
    with a full-scale regional exercise event that
    tests emergency management systems, processes and
    capabilities in NOVA.
  • Milestones
  • Feb/Mar TTX
  • May/Jun CPX
  • Oct FSE

POC __________ W __________
38
2008 Army Ten Miler
WHAT 2008 Army Ten Miler DATE / TIME October
5 LOCATION Pentagon, NOVA, DC PARTICIPANTS
Military District of Washington PURPOSE Promote
the Army, fitness/morale, enhance community
relations, and achieve Command Objectives.
POC __________ W __________
39
Exercise Capital Shield 09
  • WHO JFHQ-NCR, Components, DoD Partners and
    Interagency Partners
  • WHAT NCR regional command post and field
    training exercise conducted at
  • the operational and tactical levels using
    terrorism and natural disaster
  • scenarios.
  • WHEN 27-29 Oct 08
  • WHERE NCR (US Capital, Olney, MD Marine Corp
    Base Quantico, VA
  • National Naval Medical Center (NNMC) Andrews
    AFB, MD)
  • WHY To develop JFHQ-NCR and interagency
    coordination and readiness.
  • Milestones
  • 26 Mar Concept Working Group
  • 27 Apr Initial Planning Conference
  • TBD MSEL Development Conference
  • TBD Exercise Planning Group Meeting
  • TBD Mid-Planning Conference
  • TBD HSEEP Training
  • TBD Exercise Planning Group/MSEL Development
  • TBD Final Planning Conference/MSEL
    Synchronization Conference
  • TBD Staff Academics/Training Objectives
    Synchronization
  • TBD Exercise Site Preparation

POC Mr. Cory Wright, J37 (202) 685-2914
2 Mar 07
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Virginia COMMEX
WHAT COMMEX DATE / TIME October/November
(TBD) LOCATION Statewide PARTICIPANTS
TBD PURPOSE Test Statewide WebEOC and
communications path
POC Hampton Hart W (804) 897-6500 x6593
41
Arlington/Alexandria Dispensing Exercise
WHAT Arlington and Alexandria CRI Drill DATE /
TIME November 8 (T) LOCATION Various POD
locations along the Alexandria/Arlington
border PARTICIPANTS Arlington and Alexandria
Health Departments PURPOSE To validate CRI
medication distribution procedures and test cross
border coordination between Arlington and
Alexandria.
POC Lucia Schmit W (703) 228-7936
42
FluEx 08
WHAT FluEx 08 DATE / TIME November
11-13 LOCATION Statewide (VA) PARTICIPANTS
VDH, VA State Agencies, Hospitals PURPOSE
Statewide Pandemic Influenza Exercise (FSE)
POC Steve Harrison W (804) 864-7033
43
National Capital Region Training and Exercise
Consortium
Meetings, Conferences, Seminars
44
Meetings
  • Monthly Synchronization Meetings
  • APR 1, 1030 am (COG)
  • MAY 6, 1030 am (COG)
  • JUN 3, 1030 am (COG)
  • Joint Federal Committee Meetings
  • MAR 12, 1000 am (T)
  • APR 9, 1000 am (T)
  • MAY 14, 1000 am (T)

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J37 Training Conference and Long Range Calendar
Update
  • WHO Selected JFHQ-NCR and Component Staff,
    Select IA reps
  • WHAT JFHQ-NCR J37 led conference to review the
    Long Range Calendar and
  • Web Update
  • WHEN Last Tuesday of each month
  • WHERE J3 Conference Room, Fort McNair
  • WHY Share information and synchronize calendars
    and the web update
  • Meeting Dates/Times
  • 29 Apr 08 1000-1130
  • 24 Jun 08 1000-1130
  • 26 Aug 08 1000-1130

POC Steve Schwandt, J37 (202) 685-2910
2 Feb 07
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Joint Terrorism Intelligence Working Group
Meeting
  • WHO MDW Subordinates, NDW, AFDW MCNRC,
    USCG-Washington Station,
  • and federal, state and District, police and
    protective services
  • WHAT Working Group Meeting with Guest Speakers
    Presentations
  • WHEN Bi-monthly (Second Tuesday of each odd
    month) 1000-1200 Hrs
  • WHERE JFHQ-NCR J3 Conference Room, Bldg 46,
    Fort McNair
  • WHY To coordinate FPCON response and
    disseminate timely information and
  • current situational awareness on AT/FP and
    Intelligence issues affecting the JFHQ-
  • NCR JOA.
  • Future Meeting Dates
  • 11 Mar 08
  • 13 May 08
  • 08 Jul 08
  • 09 Sep 08
  • 11 Nov 08
  • Note Call the day prior to confirm meeting
    status

POC Mr Rob Martinez, AT/FP (202) 685-2581
19 Jan 07
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Joint Federal Committee
  • PARTICIPANTS All Federal Agencies Emergency
    Planners
  • WHAT Monthly Event Synchronization and Project
    Updates
  • DATE / TIME Monthly (Second Wednesday of each
    month) 1000-1200
  • LOCATION TBD, Rotates Monthly
  • PURPOSE To coordinate Federal Agencies Event
    Schedules and give Project
  • Updates.

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WHAT ER One Annual Conference Hospitals on the
FrontLine -Today's answers to tomorrows
questions On-line registration
www.eroneconference.sitelms.org Group
registration call Lisa Rizzolo, operation
manager at 202 364 5180 ext 115 or
lisa.rizzolo_at_medstar.net DATE / TIME March 3-4,
2008 800 AM LOCATION Grand Hyatt, Washington,
DC PARTICIPANTS Emergency Care, Trauma Service,
Critical Care, Protective Services, Members of
Emergency Preparedness Committees, Public
Information Officers, Hospital Administrators
and Local, State and Federal Emergency Management
Officials PURPOSE Explain the new standards for
Joint Commission, NIOSH and NIMS and their impact
on hospitals' emergency management planning
Describe what external assets may be available to
assist a hospital and how to optimally integrate
them into hospital operations Describe internal
issues a hospital might face during a disaster
(behavioral health support for staff, information
management during a crisis, the evacuation
process) and understand the strategies to manage
them successfully.
POC SiTELMS W (202) 877-9999
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Virginia Emergency Management Conference
WHAT Virginia Emergency Management
Conference http//www.vemaweb.org/ DATE /
TIME March 11-14, 2008 LOCATION Hampton Roads
Convention Center PARTICIPANTS Emergency
Management Community The 2008 Conference offers
opportunities to learn from a variety of experts
in transportation, public safety and emergency
management by recalling recent events such as
the Minnesota bridge collapse and the Greensburg,
Kansas tornado.
POC W www.vemaweb.org
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Emergency Management Logistics Routing
Technology Seminar
WHAT Emergency Management Logistics Routing
Technology Seminar DATE / TIME March 31, 2008
130-330 PM LOCATION Marriott Courtyard Dunn
Loring Fairfax PARTICIPANTS Emergency
Management PURPOSE The seminar will overview
the use of route optimization technology for
emergency management logistics planning and
during an event. The experience for the SNS will
be showcased. Other applications for shelter
stockpile and commodity distributions will be
presented. Topics will include Routing needs
for emergency management Scenario planning for
various types of events Modifying plans in a
real event FEMA and 3PL cost assessment Data
needs and set-up on-the-fly Integration with
evacuation/emergency plans Integration with
asset management and work order systems
Integration with GPS/AVL systems and GPS
navigators
POC Francois Coulombe W 703-795-1968
fcoulombe_at_C2Logix.com
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Severe Storms Awareness Conference
WHAT  23rd Annual Severe Storms Awareness
Conference DATE / TIME  April 21, 2008 from
700 AM 330 PM LOCATION  Conference Center
at the Maritime Institute, BWI, MD PARTICIPANTS
Members of Emergency Management Community to
include State and Federal Emergency Management
Officials and Volunteers PURPOSE The purpose of
the Conference is to provide information on
Severe Weather to our Emergency Management
Customers and to highlight lessons learned from
the previous Hurricane Season.
POC Robert Ward MEMA W rward_at_mema.state.md.us
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National Capital Region Training and Exercise
Consortium
Training
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NCR ICS 300/400 Training
  • Fairfax County
  • ICS-300/400 May 5-7 9 July 9, 11, 16 18

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NOVA WebEOC Training
  • WebEOC User March 6 April 3 May 8
  • WebEOC Refresher March 20 April 17 May 22
  • WebEOC Administrator
  • http//weblearningit.com/webeoc/index.php

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Training Opportunities DC HSEMA Courses
  • WHO NCR Personnel
  • WHAT No Cost Training Opportunity
  • WHEN Refer to following website
    http//www.dcema.dc.gov
  • WHERE Refer to following website
    http//www.dcema.dc.gov
  • Courses Offered
  • ICS-100 March 10 17
  • ICS-200 March 11
  • ICS-300 March 3-5 17-19 April 7-9 21-23
  • ICS-400 March 6-7 20-21 April 10-11 24-25
  • IS-700 March 10 17
  • Emergency Liaison Officer March 4 April 15 May
    27 June 10
  • Public Assistance Operations I March 14
  • WebEOC User March 26 April 30 May 27

POC Mr. Brian Baker, DC HSEMA Email
BrianC.Baker_at_dc.gov
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Training Opportunities MEMA Courses
  • WHO NCR Personnel
  • WHAT No Cost Training Opportunity
  • WHEN Refer to following website
    http//www.mema.state.md.us/calendar/index.asp
  • WHERE Refer to following website
    http//www.mema.state.md.us/calendar/index.asp
  • Courses Offered
  • Monthly WebEOC Training First Tuesday at MEMA
    HDQRTs from 0800 1600
  • WebEOC Refresher Training March 18
  • Public Safety Response to WMD Sampling
    Techniques and Guidelines February 12-14,
    Bethesda
  • WebEOC Administrator
  • ICS 300/400 April 1-4, Annapolis May 2-23,
    Annapolis
  • WebEOC Board Building March 11
  • Creating Vigilant, Prepared, and Resilient
    Communities for Homeland Security March 11-12,
    Sykesville
  • Weapons of Mass Destruction for Tactical
    Commanders March 11-13, Bel Air
  • Developing an Intelligence Capacity in State,
    Local, and Tribal Law Enforcement Agencies May
    22-23, Montgomery County (not yet listed on
    calendar)
  • Homeland Security Exercise Evaluation Program
    March 26-28, Baltimore
  • Frontline Responder Training - Protecting Soft
    Targets April 7-8, Rockville
  • Jail Evacuation, Planning, and Implementation
    May 2, Frederick
  • Cybersecurity Incident Handling and Response
    May 5-9, Sykesville
  • Cybersecurity Prevention, Deterrence, and
    Recovery May 5-9, Sykesville

POC Erin Valentine W 410-517-3648
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Training Opportunities VDEM Courses
  • WHO NCR Personnel
  • WHAT No Cost Training Opportunity
  • WHEN Refer to following website
    http//www.vaemergency.com
  • WHERE Refer to following website
    http//www.vaemergency.com
  • Courses Offered 
  • Principles of Emergency Management Mar 4-6
    (Fredericksburg)
  • ICS/EOC Interface March 11 (Richmond)
  • WebEOC Training for Localities March 27
    (Richmond)
  • HSEEP Just in Time Evaluation Training March 27
    May 1 (Richmond)
  • HSEEP Mobile Course April 1-3 (Fairfax County)
  • Emergency Operations Center Management and
    Operations Apr 22-24 (Richmond)
  • ICS-300 April 28-29 (Culpeper) September 9-10
    (Charlottesville)
  • ICS-400 April 30-May 1 (Culpeper)
  • Mitigation Planning Workshop May 13-14
    (Richmond) June 16-17 (Fairfax)
  • Exercises and Training Adjunct Instructor
    Workshop October 15 (Richmond)
  • Training and Exercise Planning Workshop October
    16 (Richmond)
  • Coordinators Briefings October 29-30 November
    5-6 18-19 (Locations TBD)

POC Mr. Aldo Davila, VDEM W (703) 986-9983
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Training Opportunities American Red Cross - NCA
Courses
  • WHO Public
  • WHAT No Cost Training Opportunities
  • WHEN Refer to following website
  • http//www.redcrossnca.org/Online/disaster_registr
    ation.php
  • WHERE Refer to following website
    http//www.redcrossnca.org/Online/disaster_registr
    ation.php
  • Courses Offered 
  • DAT Training Camp
  • Fulfilling Our Mission Translating Compassion
    into Action
  • Community Services Overview
  • Shelter Operations
  • Disaster Mental Health Overview
  • Fundamentals of Disaster Assessment
  • Logistics Overview
  • Public Affairs in Disaster
  • Collaborating to Ensure Effective Service
    Delivery
  • Psychological First Aid
  • Serving People w/Disabilities Following a
    Disaster
  • Mass Casualty Disasters
  • Weapons of Mass Destruction/Terrorism An
    Overview

POC W
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NOAA Skywarn Training
WHAT NOAA Skywarn Training DATE / TIME April
1, 2008 _at_ 1900 Flooding June 3, 2008 _at_
1900 Tropical Storms LOCATION Loudoun County
Fire Rescue Training Center Auditorium
2 16600 Courage Court Leesburg, Virginia
20175 NOTE Basics I is the prerequisite course
for all other Skywarn training. For further
information regarding Skywarn, go to
http//www.erh.noaa.gov/er/lwx/skywarn/classes.ht
ml
POC Rob Hiltner W 703-737-8706 or
Robert.Hiltner_at_loudoun.gov
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Hospital Security Preparedness Training
WHAT Hospital Security Preparedness
Training DATE / TIME Mar 31-Apr 3 Jun 2-5 Jun
30-Jul 3 Sep 2-5 Sep 29-Oct 2 Nov 3-6 Dec
1-4 LOCATION Washington Hospital
Center PARTICIPANTS Hospital Protective
Services OVERVIEW HSP is a unique course for
Hospital Protective Services. This four- day
immersion course uses hands-on training, live
drills and classroom instruction from
instructors who have extensive security and
counterterrorism experience. PURPOSE Learn how
to effectively handle all threats pertaining to
the Hospital Security Officer, from routine
situations to mass casualty incidents and
terrorist attacks against the facility.
POC Ricardo Tappan W (202) 877-4468
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Joint State Funeral Training Exercise 08-02
  • WHO JFHQ-NCR, Components, Subordinate
    Organizations, Interagency Partners
  • WHAT Joint State Funeral Exercise 08-02
  • WHEN 11-13 Mar 08
  • WHERE NCR/MDW
  • WHY To conduct an FTX/CPX in the NCR that
    exercises the JFHQ-NCR/MDW
  • Joint State Funeral Plan
  • Milestones
  • Jan 23 Concept Working Group
  • Jan 30 Initial Planning Conference
  • Feb 14 Mid-Planning Conference
  • Feb 27 MSEL Development Conference
  • Mar 4 Final Planning Conference/MSEL
    Synchronization
  • Mar 11-13 FTX/CPX Execution
  • Apr 1-4 After Action Review

POC Mr. Cory Wright, J37 (202) 685-2914
9 Feb 07
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Amateur Radio/MARS Training Course
WHAT Radio License Class DATE / TIME April
10-12 LOCATION Ronald Reagan National
Airport PARTICIPANTS MWAA, TSA, DHS, FAMsand
other local Federal partners PURPOSE The
purpose of the course is to provide qualified
Amateur Radio Service MARS radio operators in
the event of a natural or man made disaster which
disrupts normal methods of communication.
POC Nick Meacher W (703) 417-1266
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Emergency Communications Course
WHAT Emergency Communications Course DATE /
TIME April 23-24 800-400 LOCATION Ronald
Reagan National Airport PARTICIPANTS
Participants that have an Amateur Radio Service
and/or MARS license. PURPOSE This course is the
hands-on application of your Amateur Radio
Service and MARS licenses in an emergency.
Topics include message handling, net control
operations, tactical call signs, interfacing with
ARES, RACES, MARS SHARES radio networks
emergency preparedness for the radio
communicator.
POC Nick Meacher W (703) 417-1266
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Training Opportunities Washington Hospital
Center
WHAT Hospital Disaster Life Support Hands-on
Course On-line registration www.hdls.sitelms.org
Group registration Ricardo Tappan, HDLS courses
manager at 202 877-9822 or Ricardo.Tappan_at_medstar.
net DESCRIPTION HDLS is a course on hospital
disaster management response principles.  The
course combines classroom discussion of critical
all-hazards response issues with actual
hands-on exercise simulation for conventional,
chemical, and biological Mass Casualty Incidents
(MCI). An actual emergency department setting
will be utilized by the participants to practice
disaster management concepts and procedures
discussed in class. WHEN see website
www.hdls.sitelms.org WHERE Washington Hospital
Center   PARTICIPANTS Physicians, critical
care/emergency nurses, physicians extenders,
paramedics, hospital administrators, protective
services, and emergency preparedness staff.
POC Ricardo Tappan   W (202) 877-4468
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Homeland Defense Journal Training Opportunities
WHAT Homeland Defense Journal Training DATE /
TIME See Website http//www.homelanddefensejour
nal.com LOCATION See Website
http//www.homelanddefensejournal.com PARTICIPANTS
See Website http//www.homelanddefensejournal.
com DESCRIPTION Homeland Defense Journal offers
a variety of workshops and conferences in the
areas of homeland defense and IT security.
POC __________ W __________
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Independent Study Courses
  • EMI Courses.
  • The Emergency Management Institute (EMI) offers
    more than fifty independent study courses. All
    are offered free-of-charge to those who qualify
    for enrollment. Students who score 75 percent or
    better are issued a certificate of achievement
    from EMI. College credit can be obtained after
    successful completion of a course.
  • Go to http//www.training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/
  • Enrollment Official enrollment in the courses
    is limited to United States (US) residents with a
    US deliverable postal address including APO and
    FPO addresses.
  • FEMA Courses.
  • IS-100 Introduction to Incident Command System,
    I-100 (Information located on website). Go to
    http//www.training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/is100.asp
  • IS-120A An Introduction to Exercises. Go to
    http//training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/IS120a.asp
  • IS-130 Exercise Evaluation and Improvement
    Planning. Go to http//training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/I
    S/IS130.asp
  • IS-200.FW Basic Incident Command System, I-200,
    for Federal Disaster Workers. Go to
    http//www.training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/crslist.asp
  • IS-275 The EOC's Role in Community Preparedness,
    Response and Recovery Activities. Go to
    http//www.training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/crslist.asp
  • IS-292 Disaster Basics. Go to
    http//www.training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/crslist.asp
  • IS-546 Continuity of Operations (COOP) Awareness
    Course. Go to http//www.training.fema.gov/EMIWe
    b/IS/crslist.asp
  • IS-700 National Incident Management System
    (NIMS), An Introduction. Go to
    http//www.training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/is700.asp
  • IS-800B National Response Framework (NRF), An
    Introduction. Go to http//www.training.fema.gov
    /EMIWeb/IS/IS800b.asp

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ETOP Update
  • Current ETOP Projects
  • Project Funding
  • CIP RPWG Seminar
  • Volunteer Mobilization Center Regional Exercise
  • EPC Senior Leader Seminar 2008
  • Ice Storm After Action Report

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Event Input Format
  • WHAT Name of the event
  • DATE / TIME Date(s) and time for the event
  • LOCATION Where the event will be conducted
  • PARTICIPANTS List the event participants
  • PURPOSE Why is this event being conducted
  • Milestones
  • Date/Time Milestone event (eg, IPC, MPC,
    MSEL Conf, AAR, etc)

POC __________ W __________
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Issues / Comments
  • Federal
  • State
  • Local
  • ESFs

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Points of Contact
  • Mr. Don Amos, VDEM (571) 221-3583.
    donald.amos_at_vdem.virginia.gov
  • Ms. Cheri Roe, DHS-ONCRC (202) 254-2313,
    cheri.roe_at_dhs.gov
  • Ms. Jamie Quarrelles, DCHSEMA (202) 481-3078,
    jamie.quarrelles_at_dc.gov
  • Mr. Joe Henderson, MEMA (410) 517-3609,
    jhenderson_at_mema.state.md.us
  • Mr. Aldo Davila, VDEM (703) 986-9983,
    aldo.davila_at_vdem.virginia.gov
  • Mr. Dann Pickens, JFHQ-NCR (202) 685-2898,
    Dan.Pickens_at_jfhqncr.northcom.mil
  • ETOP Website http//ncrportal.mwcog.org/sites/rpw
    g_etop/default.aspx

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Next Meeting
  • Date April 1, 2008
  • Time 1030 a.m.
  • Location MWCOG Board Room
  • 777 North Capital St, NE
  • Washington, D.C.
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