UNCLASSIFIED RRT Summit State College, PA 12 September 2012 Mr. Jeffrey Keefe Operations & Plans Officer NC JFLCC / USARNORTH UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED COL Manning (Photo Not Avail) NC JFLCC / USARNORTH UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED DCO/E Personnel Staff Roster NC JFLCC / USARNORTH UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO JFLCC/ARNORTH TROPICAL STORM ISAAC UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO AS OF 04 1200Z Sep 12 DP 8: Conduct Operations - Employ Forces / Complete MA (Phase 3) DP 9: Reposition / Redeploy forces (Phase 4/5) Assessment State, National Guard, FEMA, Coast Guard, and USACE capabilities are adequate to respond to Hurricane /TS Isaac. State and FEMA operations are shifting from Response to Recovery operations. No additional requests for DoD Title 10 capabilities are anticipated. 10 pax 15 pax Overview of DCO/E Employment: 20 pax SITUATION Overall: The remains of Isaac are a low pressure system that will move slowly eastward across the Ohio River Valley, causing heavier rain and scattered thunderstorms to much of the eastern third of CONUS. The front attached will cause the potential for flash flooding in the NE and again along the gulf coast. The river flooding in SE LA/MS coasts is receding, and should be mostly clear by Saturday. Tropical Storm Leslie in the Atlantic is slowly strengthening and moving NNW toward Bermuda. Most model tracks have the storm not making landfall on the US coast, but it does have potential to be 300-400 NM to the east of New England by Tuesday the 11th. 15 pax 22 pax DCO/E Region VI remains deployed in support of FEMA in Baton Rouge, LA. PTDO Requested/Sourcing I AL II PR/I III Support to NRCC IV Remission (from Isaac to RNC) V BU to Reg II OPERATIONS VI LA VII MS VIII DNC IX & X WFF (CA) Mission Assignments: • FL DOD-01: RGN IV Activation • AL DOD-02: RGN I Activation • AL DOD-03: Maxwell AFB as FSA • LA DOD-01: RGN VI Activation • MS DOD-01: RGN VII Activation • LA DOD-01: DOD EPLO x 4 to NRCC • 3347EM LA-DOD-01: DOD SAR LNO • 3347EM LA-DOD-03: Activate DCO/E VI and EPLOs • 3347EM LA-DOD-02: FT Polk as a Federal Staging Area • MS DOD-03: CAP Aerial Support • 3347EM LA-DOD-04: Rotary Wing Medium Lift • 3347EM LA-DOD-01: SAR LNO • 3348EM-MS-DOD-01: ISB Meridian • 3347EM LA-DOD-05: EPLO x 4 to NRCC • 4080-DR-LA-USAF-01: CAP Imagery Support Personnel Deployed: • DCO/E REG VI: 20 • SCE/TF-51: 9 NC JFLCC / USARNORTH Future Operations • • • • Refining DST and DP recommendations. Refining DCO positioning BSI Estimates Region VI flood planning Current Operations: • Monitoring attainment of Decision Points (DP) • Issuing FRAGO based upon DP decisions • Monitoring Mission Assignment process • Monitoring flooding and power restoration in LA and MS • COIC reduced manning, but maintains 24/7 operations; key personnel on-call • FORSCOM FRAGO 2 and 3 release aviation assets from Ft Drum and Ft Campbell from PTDO status. Tasks to Subordinates DCO\E Reg: • DCO\E Reg VI deployed to Baton Rouge, LA JFLCC SCE ADVON : • Seven (7) pax with 3 x ERV and 1 x rental arrived at Baytown, TX en route to Fort Sam Houston (FSH). Will SP from Baytown 041400ZSEP12; 041830ZSEP12 ETA at FSH. • Two pax waiting for equipment pick-up (ISUs) in Alexandria, LA. ETR on 04 SEP. Issues: UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED DCO Priorities As of: 7 Sep 12 Establish, promote, and maintain relationships with key partners in FEMA Region III Area of Responsibility Exercises/Contingency Operations/Planning Severe Weather Event Bluestone Dam Consequence Management Planning Inauguration National Scout Jamboree (Jul 13) DCO/DCE ARNORTH CERTEX (Mutual Support) Participation in National, Regional, and State Exercises (Vibrant Response; Vigilant Guard; Capital Shield; others) FEMA III All-hazards Emergency Planning NC JFLCC / USARNORTH UNCLASSIFIED Subject to Questions . . .