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Title: Missouri National Guard Earthquake Response Planning MG King E. Sidwell Adjutant General Emergency Response Operations Plan Cracked Earth


1
Missouri National Guard Earthquake Response
PlanningMG King E. Sidwell Adjutant
GeneralEmergency Response Operations Plan
Cracked Earth
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Current FEMA Management Regions
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Mercalli Scale
Handout
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Magnitude
  • 4.0 - Often felt but rarely causes any but
    moderate damage.
  • 5.0 - At most slight damage to well-designed
    buildings. Can cause major damage to poorly
    constructed buildings over small regions.
  • 6.0 - Can be destructive in areas up to about 100
    kilometers across where people live. Can cause
    severe damage.
  • 7.0 - Major earthquake. Can cause widespread,
    serious damage over large areas.
  • 8.0 - Great Earthquake. capable of tremendous
    damage in areas several hundred kilometers
    across.

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Impact on National Guard Response Forces
Available and Impacted
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JFMO Units in the Earthquake Epicenter
HHD, 1140th Engr BN Det 1, 1138th Engr CO Det 1,
1138th Force Provider CO Det 3, 735th Force
Provider CO Det 5, 735th Force Provider CO 1221st
Trans CO Det 2, 1221st Trans CO HHD, 205th Mil
Police BN 1137th Mil Police CO(-) Det 1, 1137th
Mil Police CO
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JFMO Units Available for Earthquake Response
As of 07 Dec 05
9
Road/Highway Status
10
JTF-MO Linkages
NORTHCOM
Governor
DPS
TAG
JFHQ-MO
JTF-MO JOC
SEMA
Govt Agencies Non-Govt Agencies
DEP CDR T-10
DEP CDR T-32
JTF-MO JOC FWD
T-10 Task Forces
T-32 Task Forces
JTF CDR, CSM, PAO, Med, SJA, Chapl, Pol Adv
Rep from Gov Staff
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Structure for Federal NRP Operations
12
Defense Coordinating Officer Element (DCO/E)
Team of 6
COL Stanley
COLKosich
COL Fowler
OPCON
COL Mathis
COL Armstrong
REPLO
SEPLO
COL Mayr
COL Young
A permanently assigned Defense Coordinating
Officer and Element (DCO/E) in each FEMA region
in order to Plan, Coordinate, and Integrate
Defense Support to Civil Authorities (DSCA) with
local, state and Federal agencies
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Cracked Earth
  • Five-Phased Operation
  • Ph I - Planning Preparation Ongoing involves
    activities such as this briefing and planning
    local thru national
  • Ph II - Alert, Activate and Assemble- call-up
    order prepared and authorized by Governor
  • Ph III - Deployment- Deploy LNO/Recon Teams,
    Main Body to Forward Deployed Areas as assigned
  • Ph IV - Conduct Mission- Disaster response
    transitions to disaster recovery
  • Ph V Redeployment Recovery- Event progresses
    and civil authorities reassume control of the
    incident. Home station inventories, AARs,
    debriefs, maintenance and re-supply

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AUTOMATIC-RESPONSE
  • Immediate or Automatic Response
  • -Magnitude 6.5 or greater.
  • --Report immediately to Armories/Airfields (all
    Guardsmen who are able, less those caring for
    immediate family needs)
  • --Standby while preparing for movement of main
    body.
  • --Fulltime personnel report with digital camera
    imagery and transmit by any means available
  • -Magnitude 6.4 or less. Local Cdrs may activate
    in the disaster area and render assistance upon
    the request of local authorities. All other
    units and personnel will standby for potential
    call-up

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MONG Actions
  • - Man the MONG Joint Operations Center (JOC) and
    provide support to the SEMA (EOC).
  • - Immediately assess communications, status of
    personnel armories/facilities and equipment.
    Full-time personnel provide digital images and
    Damage Assessment Reports (DAR) from armories in
    the affected areas
  • - Alert Units and Personnel as appropriate
  • - Prepare Liaison Officers (LNOs) and Ground
    Recon Advanced Elements. Prepare for Aerial
    Recon of Highways, Bridges, Lambert Airfield and
    deploy Rapid Runway Repair (RRR Teams).
    Establish routes with MODOT from Aerial Recon
  • - Deploy to affected areas, establish commo from
    forward Command Posts and Initial Staging Areas
    with TF HQs
  • - Support disaster relief agencies and reopening
    of transportation corridors

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Military Tasks
  • Conduct damage assessment and report status to
    higher
  • Be prepared to open lines of communications in
    AOR in support of MODOT
  • Conduct mission support, providing security,
    search and rescue and essential infrastructure
    restoration to save lives and preserve property
    until local government has restored operational
    capability
  • Facilitate response of other state and federal
    agencies and follow-on military forces as required

Handout
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110th CSB
70th Troop Cmd
70th Troop Cmd
20th Avn Bde
35th Engr Bde
18
SEMA Statewide Area Coordinators
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SEMA Mission Statement RSMo Chapter 44.020
The State Emergency Management Agency is created
for the general purpose of assisting in
coordination of national, state and local
activities related to emergency functions by
coordinating response, recovery, planning and
mitigation. This agency shall also serve as
the statewide coordinator for activities
associated with the National Flood Insurance
Program.
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Section 44.080
  • All political subdivisions shall establish a
    local emergency management organization.
  • Many are part-time.
  • Some are unpaid volunteers.

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Emergency Management Assistance Compact
(EMAC)RSMo 44.415
  • Means to provide emergency assistance among
    states
  • Governor of requesting state must have made a
    declaration
  • Governors must approve their states
    participation
  • Requesting state reimburses expenses
  • Currently all 50 states in compact ( Hawaii
    joined
  • May of 2006)

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What is EMAC?
  • EMAC, Emergency Management Assistance Compact, is
    a national Governors interstate mutual aid
    compact that facilitates the sharing of
    resources, personnel and equipment across state
    lines during times of disaster and emergency.
    EMAC is formalized into law by member parties.

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EMAC Applications
  • Hazard mitigation
  • Community outreach
  • Search and rescue
  • Debris clearance
  • Information planning
  • Public Health
  • Hazardous materials
  • Human services/mass care
  • Animal control
  • Information/planning
  • Terrorist events
  • State/Local EOC Support
  • Damage assessment
  • Disaster recovery
  • Logistics
  • Donations management
  • Security
  • Communications
  • Fire fighting
  • Aviation support
  • Biological/chemical events
  • Medical personnel/resources

any capability of member states can be shared
with member states
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Statewide Volunteer CoordinatorOverview of
Programs and Services
  • Coordinated the Activities Missouri Voluntary
    Organizations Active in Disaster (MOVOAD) and MO
    Interfaith Disaster Response Organization (MIDRO)
  • Administers USA Freedom Corps/Citizen Corps
    Program
  • Support activities of the Missouri Disaster
    Recovery Partnership / State Citizen Council
  • Human Services in Disaster Response

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Training and Exercise Program
  • SEMA conducts professional training programs for
    local jurisdictions to promote emergency
    management throughout the state. (NOTE
    Averages over 100 courses annually)
  • SEMA assists local jurisdictions to design and
    conduct exercises to test emergency plans and
    procedures.
  • Communities are encouraged to conduct either a
    tabletop or a full scale exercise annually.

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Lawmakers Blast DoD's Guard Budget
InsideDefense.com NewsStand Fawzia Sheikh
October 04, 2006 The House and Senate are
concerned that a "substantial shortfall" in
equipment stocks will hurt the National Guard's
ability to meet its dual missions of
supplementing active-duty forces in Iraq and
Afghanistan and responding to emergencies at
home, according to the conference report on the
fiscal year 2007 defense appropriations bill.
Lawmakers asked the Defense Department to submit
a report -- due no later than nine months
following the legislation's enactment --
outlining how DOD has allotted funds and provided
equipment for the National Guard in the next
budget submission. Conferees asked the chiefs
of the reserves and National Guard to submit
priority assessments to the congressional defense
committees about the modernization of their
forces no later than 30 days after the
legislation takes effect. The conferees also
directed that 2.94 billion of the procurement
funds provided in an accompanying emergency
supplemental should be available only for the
National Guard and the Army Reserve, and that
500 million of this money should specifically
fund National Guard and Reserve equipment
identified by House lawmakers as essential
requirements to fight the war on terrorism.
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342 Dual Use LINs
  • Good for the war fight and great for homeland
    defense and disaster response, including
  • Bridging Equipment
  • Horizontal Construction Equipment
  • Dozers
  • Loaders
  • Dump Trucks
  • Excavators
  • Fire Fighting Equipment
  • Container Handing Equipment Forklifts

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National Guard Duty Status Comparison
FEDERAL
STATE
State Active Duty
Title 10
Title 32
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