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Disasters affect hundreds of thousands of people every year, some with little to no advance warning. It may happen at your local Navy installation. It may happen to you.  While the Navy, emergency management, and first responders are committed to helping those in need; assistance may be delayed during a disaster. As part of the Navy community, you have a role in planning for emergencies -- Be/Stay informed. Make a plan. Build a kit.

099B CNIC N36T Offers Mobile Training Team Delivery of the Emergency Operations Center-Incident Management Team (EOC-IMT) Course at NAS Jacksonville.  


Photo by AE2(AW) Samantha M. Jones.

Since its inception, CNIC has been involved with innovative anti-terrorism and emergency preparedness training, an initiative driven in response to the lessons learned from previous natural and man-made disasters.   

NAS Jacksonville hosted a mobile training team-delivered CNIC EOC-IMT Course from 9-11SEP14. 

EOC-IMT course lessons cover EOC team member roles and responsibilities, information management, communications, and the use of C4I Suite, the Navy's current common operating picture online application.  The course also consists of a number of practical application classroom exercises utilizing student working groups to apply the knowledge gained during lectures.   For operations center exercises, students are broken into common EOC functional groupings (Operations, Logistics, and Plans) and given a practical scenario of an on-base emergency where they are forced to realistically lead, brief, coordinate, and plan.  Each day, classroom instruction is followed by an EOC exercise that gets progressively complex as the course progresses.


When Admiral Nimitz said this in a speech at the University of California 22 March 1950, he recognized the resiliency of Sailors during that time and the important role each member of the Navy community plays in Navy and personal readiness. It is a sentiment that still rings true today of the 21st Century Sailor - empowered to prepare ourselves and our families to face any hazards with confidence and an outcome of success.


For more information, please call (202) 433-9348/DSN 288-9348 or email readynavy@navy.mil 2238 .


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