DTOS-Briefing

Report
U.S. ARMY CORPS
OF
ENGINEERS
EMERGENCY SUPPORT
FUNCTIONS
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EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTIONS
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ESF#1 – Transportation
ESF#2 – Communications
ESF#3 – Public Works and Engineering
ESF#4 – Firefighting
ESF#5 – Emergency Management
ESF#6 – Mass Care, Emergency Assistance, Housing & Human Services
ESF#7 – Logistics Management and Resource Support
ESF#8 – Public Health and Medical Services
ESF#9 – Search and Rescue
ESF#10 – Oil and Hazardous Materials Response
ESF#11- Agriculture and Natural Resources
ESF#12 - Energy
ESF#13 – Public Safety
ESF#14 – Long-Term Community Recovery
ESF#15 – External Affairs
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ESF#3 – Public Works and Engineering
 Infrastructure Protection and Emergency Repair
 Infrastructure restoration
 Engineering Services and Construction
Management
 Emergency Contracting Support for Life-Saving
and Life-Sustaining Services
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ESF#3 TEAM MISSIONS
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Emergency Power (7 Districts)
Temporary Housing (Los Angeles District (6 Districts))
Commodities Mission (7 Districts)
Temporary Roofing (5 Districts)
National Ice and Water (4 Districts)
Debris Removal (8 Districts)
Infrastructure Assessment (4 Districts)
Urban Search and Rescue
DTOS Support
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PATH OF HURRICANE KATRINA
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Operation Blue Roof (Katrina)
 Prevent additional
damage to inside
of structure until
owner can get
roof repair.
 Cover only “living
space”
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JOPLIN TORNADO DAMAGES
Area destroyed by tornado – 1 mile wide 6.5 miles long
(Overall path of tornado was 13.8 miles)
159 Fatalities, over 1,000 injured
(149 died 22 May, 10 have since died from injuries)
30% of City destroyed
2,000 buildings destroyed
8,000 housing units and 400 businesses damaged
4 Schools and 2 Fire Stations destroyed
1 Hospital and 2 Nursing Homes destroyed
18,000 vehicles damaged or destroyed
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TORNADO TIMELINE
5:43pm 5:46pm
5:49pm
5:55pm
5:57pm
5:41pm
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DEBRIS REMOVAL (JOPLIN)
MORE THAN
ONE MILLION
CUBIC YARDS
OF DEBRIS
WERE
REMOVED
DURING THE
FIRST 4
WEEKS OF
THE
RECOVERY
MISSION
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TEMPORARY HOUSING (ALABAMA)
During the Los Angeles
District’s Housing Team
deployment to Alabama
more than 400 housing
units were acquired,
delivered, connected to
utilities, furnished, and
turned over to families
who had lost their
homes due to the
tornadoes.
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THE DEPLOYABLE TACTICAL
OPERATIONS SYSTEM (DTOS)
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AGENDA
 What is DTOS?
 Mission
 Assets
 Custodial Districts
 DTOS Operations
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DTOS Defined
A multi-level national emergency response system
strategically located within USACE Divisions to
provide timely tactical support for CONUS and
OCONUS emergency response operations.
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MISSION
Provide a tactical operations and communications
platform in forward areas to support rapid ramp-up
of initial emergency response missions.
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ASSETS
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Emergency Command and Control Vehicle (ECCV)
Mobile Communications Vehicle (MCV)
Containerized Tactical Operations Center (CTOC)
Emergency Support Unit (ESU)
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Emergency Command and Control Vehicle
(ECCV)
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ECCV Specifications
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International Truck Chassis
Length – 47 feet
Height – 13 ft 6 inches
Width – 8ft 6 inches (15 feet deployed)
Weight – 39,000 lbs. (dry) 44,000 lbs (operational)
Engine – 12.4 Liter twin turbo diesel (430 hp. 1,550 lb-ft torque)
Transmission – 6 speed automatic
Fuel Capacity – 140 gal. (twin 70 gal tanks)
Water – 40 gal. potable water
Cost - $600,000
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ECCV Layout & Capabilities
 Network Connectivity
(LAN/WAN)
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For up to 25 computers
 Backup Computers (4)
 Multi-function Phones (11)
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VOIP – VSAT based
Cellular – provides fax capability
Iridium – voice only
Radio (ACU1000)
VHF Handheld Radios (8)
HF/UHF/VHF Radios
BGAN (Voice & Data)
Multi-function Printer
Laser Printer
Wireless AP/Bridge
Onboard Generator
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ECCV
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ECCV Interior
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RRV and Satellite Trailer
(State of the Art in1988)
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RRV Interior (How it used to be)
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Mobile Communications Vehicle (MCV)
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MCV Layout & Capabilities
 Network Connectivity
(LAN/WAN)
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For up to 25 computers
 Backup Computers (2)
 Multi-function Phones (2)
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VOIP – VSAT based
Cellular – provides fax capability
Iridium – voice only
VHF Handheld Radios (6)
HF Radio
BGAN (Voice & Data)
Multi-function Printer
Wireless AP/Bridge
Onboard Generator
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Containerized Tactical Operations Center
(CTOC) Capabilities
 Network Connectivity
(LAN/WAN)
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For up to 25 computers
Backup Computers (6)
VOIP – VSAT based (6)
Iridium – voice only
BGAN (Voice & Data)
VHF Handheld Radios (25)
HF/VHF Radios
Multi-function Printer
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Fax
Scanner
Printer
Copier
 Wireless AP
 Generator (Two - 3500W)
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CTOC Pieces, Weight and Cube
Pieces: 41
Weight: 3,700 pounds
Cube: 345 cubic feet
Packaging:
Two 463L pallets
13 standard pallets
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Emergency Support Unit (ESU)
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Extra Fuel Supply
Generator
Tools
Supplies
Computer
TV
Air Conditioned
One Chase Vehicle
(F250-dually)
 One Support Trailer (28ft)
 Total length 47ft
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MISSIONS
 Emergency Command and Control Vehicle
► Primarily
used to support PRTs
 Mobile Communications Vehicle
► Used
to provide communications support to available
workspace (i.e. leased office space, motel, etc.)
 Containerized Tactical Operations Center
► Same
capabilities as MCV but containerized for
OCONUS deployment
 Emergency Support Unit
► Used
to support ECCV and MCV to sustain
operations
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OP TIME
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SAT TV
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WORKSTATIONS
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IRIDIUM
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BGAN
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INTEROPERABILITY
RADIO
ECCV
MCV
CTOC
ESU*
VSAT
CAPABILITIES
11
2
0
0
50hrs
40hrs
12hrs
50hrs
* Us ed for tra ns porting fuel a nd O&M equi pment to s us ta i n opera tions
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CUSTODIAL DISTRICTS
Mobile
Sacramento
Portland
Los Angeles
Ft. Worth
St. Louis
Nashville
Baltimore
Puerto Rico
Hawaii
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EQUIPMENT DISPERSION
Mobile
Sacramento
Portland
Los Angeles
Ft. Worth
St. Louis
Nashville
Baltimore
Puerto Rico
Hawaii
Totals
ECCV
6
3
1
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1
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1
15
MCV
1
CTOC
ESU
2
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DTOS OPERATIONS
• ER 500-1-30, Dated 31 May 2006
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(Currently under revision)
DTOS Management Team
Custodial Districts
Deployment Teams
Emergency Operations
Non-Emergency Operations
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DTOS MANAGEMENT TEAM
 Located in Mobile, Alabama
 Five-person team
 Manages the operation, maintenance, and
deployment of DTOS assets and deployed team
members
 During emergency response, the DTOS
Management Team works directly for HQ UOC
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CUSTODIAL DISTRICTS
 USACE District to which DTOS Equipment has
been issued on sub-hand receipt
 TEN districts: Baltimore, Ft. Worth, Honolulu,
Jacksonville (San Juan, PR), Los Angeles,
Mobile, Nashville, Portland, Sacramento, and St.
Louis
 Custodial District function is care and
maintenance of asset according to DTOS SOP
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DEPLOYMENT TEAMS
 ECCV, MCV and CTOC are crew-served…all trained
USACE civilian volunteers
 Custodial districts required to have minimum two teams
(primary and alternate)
 Each ECCV has a 2-person team: Team Leader and
Support Specialist
 Each MCV has a 2-person team: Team Leader and
Support Specialist
 The CTOC has a 2-person team: Team Leader and
Support Specialist
 Approximately 80 volunteers are required to staff the
program
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DTOS EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS
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Natural and man-made disasters
DTOS assets are requested
HQ UOC authorizes mission
DTOS Management Team manages deployment
Team deploys within 6 hours of notification
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DTOS OPERATIONS
Command and Control
 DTOS Management Team manages deployment
 Management team located at DTOS Operations
Center in Irvington, AL (20 miles southwest of
Mobile, AL)
 During deployment C2 is not transferred to
supported command
 C2 always with HQ, USACE (UOC) (National
Assets)
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DTOS OPERATIONS
(non-emergency)
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DTOS assets are requested
HQ UOC authorizes mission
DTOS Management Team manages deployment
Requesting entity assumes cost
Parades, Festivals, Engineer Day support
Special Training and Exercise Events
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EMERGENCY CONTRACTS
 During Emergency situations, getting contracts in place
to assist in the recovery is time critical.
 Normal contracting procedures will not work.
 The Corps utilizes existing POCA contracts at the local
level, and Headquarters utilizes the Advance Contracts
Initiatives (Multi-year contracts).
 Stafford Act includes a “local preference” provision which
requires preference must be given when feasible and
practical to local firms. ( Ex. During the 2011 Alabama
Housing Mission the contract requirements included the
use of In-State 8A Contractors )
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EMERGENCY CONTRACTS
For additional information on being added to the list of
Contractors who are available for emergency work, and
for specific information on contracting requirements,
please contact:
Mary Spencer, Small Business Specialist
US Army Corps of Engineers
Los Angeles District
(213) 452-3938
Email: [email protected]
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