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OUTLINE. Mission . Key Characteristics. N. otification process. Site layout / past events. Capabilities / equipment. Conclusion / questions. . MISSION. P. rovide . FREE. . support. . to civil authorities with Chemical, Biological, Radiological, . ID: 636665 Download Presentation

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OUTLINE

Mission

Key Characteristics

Notification process

Site layout / past events

Capabilities / equipmentConclusion / questions

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MISSION

P

rovide FREE

support

to civil authorities with Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN –

WMD) incidents or Natural/Manmade Disasters to:

IDENTIFY – detect

, characterize, and monitor unknown hazards

ASSESS

– prior to, during, and after an incident through deliberate crisis action planning/execution

ADVISE

– the Incident Commander on response measures, mitigating hazards, and resource

management

ASSIST

– by utilizing our specialized skills &

capabilities

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22

Full-time

Guardsmen -

on

scene within a few hours

Most

robust RAD detection and Chem/Bio detection equipment in the state (calibrated and ongoing weekly training)

Commander requests additional NG/DoD assets needed

on sceneHAZMAT TECHs,

confined space certified, ropes, patient evac,…

Able to cross

train/work with local agencies in a supportive role (ICS trained)Able to send out

small teams (mobile lab,

communications, “meter swingers”,…)

to assist with missions as needed

Use the

12 step FBI sampling

protocolDetection equipment can be placed to monitor threats with remote notification

Key Characteristics

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Key

Characteristics (continued)

Sophisticated Reach-Back System (DTRA – Defense Threat reduction Agency) –

assist IC/RRTs with Modeling

Some missions require members to be armed and in civilian clothes

Partners: FEMA/FBI/SBI/Secret Service/SWAT/Fire/U.S. Marshalls/

Police/Highway Patrol/…

All down range operations are photographed and hazards are mitigated whenever possible

Assist with conducting, participating in, or paying for EM partner’s training

Conduct “sweeps” before events to ensure no hazards were placed and monitor entrances during events

Can stay in

Hotzone

2-3 hours (special SCBA) and can stay on scene up to 72 hours with follow on team (SC/VA/GA/TN standby

)

Call us if you want to ask a question about anything

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Team Alert Notification Process

Governor – North Carolina

Department of Public Safety

The Adjutant General

42

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CST

Local Incident / Event

Incident Commander

JFHQ-J3

NCEM

INCIDENT

Municipality contacts Area Coordinator who calls RCC (Regional Coordinating Center-”Branch”)

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Hot Zone

Warm Zone

Operations Center

Assumed Wind Direction

Unified Command

Suite (UCS)

Staging Area

and

Incident

Command

Post

Survey/

Decon

Team

Medical Team

Analytical Laboratory

System (ALS)

(Simulated Operational Site)

WMD

Release

Target

ADVON

7

Survey

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NASCAR,

PNC Arena

Events

Governor Inaugurations, Politician Visits, Presidential Debates, Pope’s Visit

Superbowl

, World Games (Special Olympics), X Games, …

Unknown powders

NCEMWater

Sampling Mission/Chemical Dumping Dem/Rep National Conventions

Boston Marathons, African Leader’s Summit, Maya Angelou Funeral Support

Festivals-Apple/July 4

th/Dixie Classic/…

ACC Championships - Football/Basketball Men’s

& Women’s U.S Open ChampionshipsCommissioning

of USSNC Nuclear Submarine

US Marshals-Daniel Boyd Trial

Cherry Point Air Show

Pepsi

American Sail Event Joint Hazard Assessment Team Training, SBI/ATF/FBISUPPORT TO CIVIL AUTHORITIES

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Threat Based Capabilities

Chemical

Chemical Warfare Agents Nerve, Blister, Choking, Blood agents

(Sarin, VX, Phosgene…)Toxic Industrial Chemicals/Materials Explosive residues BiologicalVirus (smallpox)

Toxins (ricin)

Bacteria (anthrax, plague, brucellosis)Radiological / NuclearRadiation accidentsRadiological Dispersal Devices

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Recon and

Sampling Operations

Aircraft

, Boats/Ships,

Buildings, Trains,…

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Decontamination Operations

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Air

Operations

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Maritime Operation

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Equipment

Advanced Echelon (ADVON)

Provides basic IT, internet, sat phone, printing for Commander/IC

Operations Center5 work stations on Trojan network

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Equipment

Analytical Laboratory System

ISO 17025 accredited field confirmatory lab

Level 3 self contained glove box Chem, Bio, Rad triage and analysis Unified Command SuiteMilitary

(HF-800 MHZ)

Interagency Cross Banding with ACU 1000IP Video Hosting with DCS (downrange camera)DOD voice/data SATCOM

INMARSAT B (Voice/Data satellite)STE Secure Telephone/VOIPDismounted

– Remote Commercial voice/data

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Ranger Polaris

Multi Faceted Response

Patient Transport

Equipment

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The 42

nd

CST is the

fastest deploying unit within the North Carolina National Guard.

It

exists to support the First Responder/Law Enforcement Community within the State whenever needed for WMD or

HazMat events at no cost

. It’s state-of-the-art equipment and highly trained personnel give the Incident Commander a comprehensive capability to deal with CBRNE events occurring within their community.

Conclusion

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Commander

MAJ Joel Eberly

252-378-5840Joel.c.eberly.mil@mail.mil

First Sergeant

1SG James R. Storms

252-378-5869

j

ames.r.storms.mil@mail.mil

Operations Officer

CPT Danny Fitzpatrick

252-378-5863

Charles.d.Fitzpatrick.mil@mail.mil

QUESTIONS?


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