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U.S. Coast guard Atlantic strike team. CDR Richard J. Schultz Caribbean Regional Response Team Commanding Officer Meeting 8 – 10 November, 2011 San Juan, Puerto Rico. Any Time. World’s Best responders. Any Place. Any Hazard. Alaska. Hawaii.

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u s coast guard atlantic strike team

U.S. Coast guard Atlantic strike team

CDR Richard J. Schultz Caribbean Regional Response Team

Commanding Officer Meeting

8 – 10 November, 2011

San Juan, Puerto Rico

elements of the national strike force

Alaska

Hawaii

Puerto Rico

  • Over 200 Active Duty and Reserve
Elements of the national strike force

EPA Regions

national strike force mission
National Response Framework (NRF)
  • “Special Team”
  • “Develop and provide highly trained and experienced personnel and specialized equipment to Coast Guard and other federal Incident Commanders under the National Contingency Plan (NCP) and the National Response Framework (NRF)”
National Strike Force Mission

What We Do

  • Incident Command / Response Management Support
  • Oil and Hazardous Chemical Response
  • WMD Response including Radiological and Bio-Terrorism incidents
  • Preparedness Exercise & Event Planning Support
response policy

NSF

CSTs

HMRU

EPA RERT

CBIRF

NSF Response Standards

Response Policy
  • 24/7, 365 recall status
  • 4 members dispatched immediately
  • 10-person Hazmat Team and Heavy equipment on the road/in air within 6 hours
  • Can call on other Strike Teams (PST or GST) for additional support

Interoperability

  • Law Enforcement / Emergency Management
  • State / Federal Agencies
  • Military (Including National Guard Civil Support Teams)
  • Can Advise/Recommend Additional Federal Specialized Resources When Needed

CST: Civil Support Team

NSF: National Strike Force

HMRU: Hazardous Materials Response Unit

CBIRF: Chemical Biological Response Force

EPA RERT Radiological Emergency Response Team

International Deployments

nsf strike teams case load
NSF/Strike Teams Case Load

Average Case Loads

  • 35-40 cases per team
  • 60% Chemical Responses
  • 40% Oil Responses
  • Personnel average:
    • 140+ days deployed per year

3600+ Deployment Days in 2010

equipment
Vessels
  • HAZMAT Response /Incident Command Trailers
  • Flood Operations
  • Detection
  • Oil
Equipment
aircraft load outs
Aircraft Load Outs

Major Systems

    • VOSS
    • Boom Reels
    • Large Pump Loads
    • Level “A” Hazmat Trailer
    • Flood Response Trailer
    • Boats 18’ & less
    • MICP (*C-5 loadable)
  • * all C-130 Aircraft loadable
oil spill response
Vessel of Opportunity Skimming System (VOSS)
  • Dispersant use monitoring
  • Offshore Boom
  • In-situ burn monitoring
Oil Spill Response
oil spill responses

MODU Deepwater Horizon

Oil Spill Responses
  • April 2010 to present – Gulf of Mexico / Gulf coast

Enbridge Energy Pipeline Break

  • EPA Region 5 on 27 July 2010 for response in Marshall, Michigan
  • 30” pipeline rupture spilling crude oil
  • Estimated 850,000 gallons of oil impacting approx 30 miles of river and shoreline
oil spill responses1
Capital Terminal Spill – E. Providence, RI
  • Tug WM McAllister – Port Douglass, NY
  • Sunk in Lake Champlain since 1963
  • Potential of containing over 10,000 gallons of oil
  • Hovensa Oil Refinery – St. Croix, USVI
  • Oil mist and hydrogen sulfide releases
  • Impacts to homes and environment
  • Drinking water cistern sampling
  • Community outreach
OIL SPILL RESPONSES
  • Oil pipeline damaged
  • Potential release of 108,000 gal
hazmat wmd response

Weapons of Mass Destruction

Biological Agents

HAZMAT / WMD Response

Chemical Agents

Radiological Agents

hazmat wmd responses
U. S. Capitol Incidents Anthrax & Ricin Threats
  • Anthrax: (Oct 17, 2001) Hart Senate Office Bldg
  • Ricin: (Feb 3, 2004) Dirksen Senate Office Bldg
  • Hazard Mitigation
  • Hazmat Containers: Crowley Barge Grounding-Virginia Beach, VA
  • Denatured ethanol: M/T Sichem Defiance- NY Harbor
  • Sulfur Mustard Gas: F/V ESS Pursuit – New Bedford, MA
  • Fuel oil: CAPECO Fuel Facility Fire – Bayamon, Puerto Rico
HAZMAT / WMD Responses
nsse stafford responses
National Special Security Events (NSSE)
  • Natural Disaster Responses
NSSE/STAFFORD RESPONSES
  • Tropical Storm Lee – Binghampton, NY – oil/hazmat assessment
  • Hurricane Irene – Vermont/New Hampshire – oil/hazmat assessment and contractor oversight
  • G20 Summit – Pittsburg, PA
  • United Nations General Assembly - New York, NY
  • Presidential Address – Washington, DC
  • Presidential Inauguration – Washington, DC
points of contact

CDR Richard Schultz

Commanding Officer

LCDR David Reinhard

Executive Officer

LT Joel Ferguson

Operations Officer

Office: (609) 724-0008

http://www.uscg.mil/hq/nsfweb/

Points of Contact

Atlantic Strike Team