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Hurricane Ivan. Morning Briefing September 22, 2004. SEOC LEVEL 1 Operational Hours 0700 – 1900 or as missions require. SERT Chief. Mike DeLorenzo Deder Lane. Up Next – Meteorology. Meteorology. Amber Dooley. Remnants of Ivan Moving West. Current Environment Unfavorable for Development.

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Hurricane ivan

Hurricane Ivan

Morning Briefing

September 22, 2004


Seoc level 1 operational hours 0700 1900 or as missions require

SEOCLEVEL1Operational Hours0700 – 1900or as missions require


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SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

Deder Lane

Up Next – Meteorology


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Meteorology

Amber Dooley


Remnants of ivan moving west

Remnants of Ivan Moving West


Current environment unfavorable for development

Current Environment Unfavorable for Development


Jeanne drifts between bahamas and bermuda

Jeanne Drifts Between Bahamas and Bermuda


Environment could become more favorable for modest intensification

Environment Could Become More Favorable for Modest Intensification


Jeanne s steering currents

Jeanne’s Steering Currents


This morning s computer models

This Morning’s Computer Models


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730 miles East of West Palm Beach


Lisa a little weaker

Lisa a Little Weaker


This morning s computer models1

This Morning’s Computer Models


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1150 miles West of Cape Verde Islands

Up Next – Information & Planning


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Information & Planning

David Crisp


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State/Federal Joint Incident Action Plan #13

State Emergency Response Team

Operational Period: 0700 09-21-2004 to 0700 09-22-2004

Monitor First Response Plan

Identify Life Safety Support to Potentially Affected Areas

Identify Life Sustaining Support to Potentially Affected Areas

Coordinate positioning of response capabilities/assets/teams

Restoration of Critical Infrastructure

Develop a strategy to assist counties in the recovery of the Public Education Systems.

Develop a Temporary Housing Strategy.

General Operating Objectives:

Fuel supply and distribution concerns

Sheltering: General and Special needs

Infrastructure Water, Power, Transportation, Schools, Healthcare systems

Re-entry into impacted areas

Food, water, ice

Security

Unsolicited goods

Identify Additional Distribution sites

Commodity items for Responders

Unemployment compensation and electronic banking

Mass Feeding

Issues:

Incident Action Planning Meeting 3:00 PM in Room 130d


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Re-entry

Escambia – Pedestrian access to view home on Perdido Key

8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Residents with Beach Decals on Pensacola Beach

Santa Rosa - Pedestrian access to view home on Navarre Beach from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Okaloosa - Holiday Isle, Okaloosa Island and U.S. 98 with Drivers License, Military ID, or U.S Passport

Walton –No restrictions

Bay - No restrictions

Gulf - No restrictions


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Up Next – Operations Chief


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Operations Chief

Leo Lachat

Up Next – Emergency Services


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Emergency Services


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Human Services

Up Next – ESF 4&9


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Human Services

  • Current Operations –

    • Shelters - 7 shelters, 1400+ evacuees (3 counties)

    • Feeding - 32 canteens, 3 kitchens (+ 3 more being set up), 80+ ERVs, 6-8 comfort stations being activated

    • Commodities - 182,500 meals, 9600 cases of baby food & 834 cases of baby support items

    • Donations - 98,000+ cases of donated items

    • Animal issues - 175 site assessments, 12 large animal teams, 8 small animal teams in field, several tons of feed dispensed

    • DRCs - 4 open + 6 planned

  • Unmet Needs –

    • Addressing items as they are identified.

  • Future Operations –

    • Continue meeting food/water/ice needs

    • Long term sheltering for small number of people

    • Temporary housing

Up Next – Infrastructure


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Infrastructure

Up Next – Military Support


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Military Support

Up Next – ESF 8


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Military Support

  • Current Operations –

    • Personnel Strength: 4,536

    • JTF 53, JTF 32, and TF PHOENIX conducted security operations, humanitarian assistance, and limited Logistical Staging Area support in impacted counties

    • Moved State operations at LSA Pensacola Regional Airport to LSA Saufley Field

    • TF PHOENIX assumes responsibility for military support to LSA Pensacola Regional Airport and/or LSA Saufley Field, 3 Dets attached from 3-116th FA, 3-265th ADA & A/31st FSB (S&T Co)(ALARNG)

    • Force Structure Realignment

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Continue to evaluate each mission & track available troops

    • JTF 53 & JTF 32 continue to conduct security & humanitarian assistance ops

Up Next – Logistics


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Logistics

Up Next – Finance & Administration


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Finance & Administration


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Finance & Administration

  • Current Operations –

    • Continue to process PO's for the three Disaster and setting up the LSA's.

    • Continue the deployment of personnel.

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Support all three events by placing orders for equipment and supplies.

    • Continue to track cost for all three events.

Up Next – Public Information


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Public Information

Up Next – Recovery


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Recovery

Up Next – SERT Chief


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SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo


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Next Briefing

September 22 at 1830

ESF Briefing


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