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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

Morning Briefing

September 22, 2004


Seoc level 1 operational hours 0700 1900 or as missions require
SEOCLEVEL1Operational Hours0700 – 1900or as missions require


SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

Deder Lane

Up Next – Meteorology


Meteorology

Amber Dooley









Lisa a little weaker
Lisa a Little Weaker Intensification



1150 miles West of Cape Verde Islands Intensification

Up Next – Information & Planning


Information & Planning Intensification

David Crisp


Hurricane Ivan Intensification

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


Re-entry Intensification

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



Operations Chief Intensification

Leo Lachat

Up Next – Emergency Services


Emergency Services Intensification


Human Services Intensification

Up Next – ESF 4&9


Human Services Intensification

  • 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


Infrastructure Intensification

Up Next – Military Support


Military Support Intensification

Up Next – ESF 8


Military Support Intensification

  • 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


Logistics Intensification

Up Next – Finance & Administration


Finance & Administration Intensification


Finance & Administration Intensification

  • 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


Public Information Intensification

Up Next – Recovery


Recovery Intensification

Up Next – SERT Chief


SERT Chief Intensification

Mike DeLorenzo


Next Briefing Intensification

September 22 at 1830

ESF Briefing


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