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Joint Force Headquarters – Washington National Guard
Washington Military
Department
Major General
Bret Daugherty
“Always Ready, Always There” – Guardians!
Washington State Emergency Management Association 2013
Teamwork
• Plan
Where there is unity, there is always victory.
together
• Train together
• Exercise together
• Synchronize together
• Seek resources together
EVERGREEN
EVERGREEN
WIN Together!!
Progress
We’re moving in the right direction, but we have a long way to go.
 Military planners sent to DSHS, King, Pierce, Thurston Counties
 EMD Director visits local EM offices
 Second quarterly meeting of EM Directors
 First quarterly exercise conducted
 Second quarterly exercise scheduled for October 23, 2013
 Youth Academy Students CERT qualified, available to local EMs.
 EMC Re-energized and under Jim Hall’s leadership
EVERGREEN
Quarterly Exercises
EVERGREEN
“Quarterly TTXs are building blocks that keep us connected, learning, and training together”
• October 23 – Winter Storm/Flood Preparation, Training, Rehearsal
• February 12 – Earthquake, Building Toward Evergreen Quake 2016
• May 21 – Wildfire Preparation
• August 13 – Pandemic
Let’s start by just exercising, training, and rehearsing at the same time. It gives all of us the
option of interacting and synchronizing. Small exercises with tangible outcomes are good!
The goal is to eventually conduct statewide exercises designed to prepare us for response
and recovery. Coordinate with FEMA, DHS, NORTHCOM, 3rd Fleet, etc. to use the same
dates.
UNCLASSIFIED - FOUO
Joint Force Headquarters – Washington National Guard
“OPERATION EVERGREEN EMBER”
Wildland Fire Response
Full Scale Exercise
14-20
June 2013
UNCLASSIFIED - FOUO
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Exercise Objectives
EVERGREEN
“We built Operation Evergreen Ember to reestablish the priority for
Domestic Operations preparedness across the National Guard”
Operation Evergreen Ember was a multi-echelon, collective
domestic operations exercise that tested:
 The National Guard’s Evergreen Guardian Base Plan
 Integrated EMD, National Guard, and Governor’s Cabinet/Staff in a response
exercise
 Assessed the effectiveness and performance of the Joint Staff, the Army and
Air units at different echelons
 Tested our alert systems, readiness and ability to support civil authorities
when requested
 Reconnected the DOMOPS mission with Army and Air Units
 Integrated T32 and T10 in a DOMOPS response
 Utilized ESF#20 National Guard capabilities
Exercise Players
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Actual
Notional
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NGWA
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194th WG: 242 CBCS (JISCC), 116th ASOS (SAR TF),
116th WF(Weather Dx)
141st ARW: 141 CF (JISCC), 141st LRS (Base Camp);
141 OG/RC-26 MSO
WAADS
Washington State Guard (WSG)
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81st ABCT: 81st HQ (JTF-WA) & 303rd CAV (RTF)
96th TC: A/1-19 SOG (SAR TF), HRF, SODPAC, 56th
TIOG (JISCC/SimCell)
66th TAC: ARF
205th Reg: JRSOI
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WA State & County
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WA Governor’s Office
Department of Agriculture
Incident CDRs
County EOC(s)
In-State MIL / T-32 Units
– 10th CST (WA)
– CH-47 AVN Assets (B Co 1-168th GSAB)
JIIEP & LNOs
FEMA Region X DCE
JBLM - T10 Bn CDR
DARM-W
EMD (limited)
DNR
NGB: JET
Federal (MIL / T-10)
– ARNORTH
WAANG Units
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– NIFC
– FEMA
WAARNG Units
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JFHQ-WA (Joint Staff & JOC)
Federal (Civilian)
1,150
Participants!
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Out-of-State / T-32 Units
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102nd CST (OR)
FEMA X CERFP (OR)
FEMA IX CERFP (NV)
FEMA VIII CERFP (UT)
The largest National Guard DOMOPS Training Event in recent history…
and we are just getting started.
EVERGREEN
EXERCISE FORCES ARRAYED ACROSS WASHINGTON
96TH TC/194th WG
SAR TF
DARM-W
141ST ARW
BASE CAMP
DCE
FWD
DCE
MAIN
JOINT STAFF
DSC (18
81ST ABCT JTF
HQ
Jun)
1 x RTF
(81ST ABCT)
WSG–ICP
66TH TAC AVN
TF
EMD
194TH WG
Wx DET
HRF
194TH WG
JISCC
205th TR JRSOI
141st ARW
JISCC
Operation Evergreen Ember – Total Affects Overview (WA)
Existing Fires on Federal
Land are exacerbated
by severe weather
Complex Wildland Fire Scenario
Range Lands are being
threatened by fires;
planned burn in
Cattle/Ranch country
; out of control.
gets
Reports of sick cattle
and suspected
HAZMAT
contamination by Dept
of AG; suspected
Anthrax
Excessive Smoke in/around Yakima
causing disruption at McAllister Field
Fires threatening airport and Yakima
National Guard Armory
Legend
Fire Complex
Lighting Strike
w/fire
Explosion/
Chemical Inc.
High Fire Danger
Vineyards destroyed or
threatened by wildfire
Main gas line explosion
collapses the Gensco
Bldg next to Vista Field
in Richland. Explosion
debris damage tractor
trailer carrying
Persistent Organic
Pollutants (POPs)
destined for disposal.
Governor’s Cabinet
Wildland Fires TTX
EVERGREEN
“Leaders learning and training
together prior to the exercise”
Visit & Participation from the
Governor’s Executive Management Team
and State Agencies
EVERGREEN
Homeland Response Force in Action!
EVERGREEN
Overview of National Guard Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and
Explosive Response Capabilities at Hammer Training Facility
Aviation Fire Bucket Crews in Action!
EVERGREEN
Maximized Training Time & Resources by Preparing Bambi Bucket Crews
for Response During the Exercise
EVERGREEN
Exercise Benefits

Trained 200 Guardsmen as
Red Card Certified Firefighters
(First Time Since 2006)
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Established the Guard’s First DualStatus Commander integrating State
& Federal Forces
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Implemented the Guard’s First
Joint Search & Rescue Task Force
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Conducted a Real Test of the Guard’s
Joint Reception, Staging, Onward
Movement, and Integration Process
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Strengthened relationships with
Local, State, and Federal Partners
Joint Force Headquarters – Washington National Guard
EVERGREEN
MAJOR EXERCISE ROAD AHEAD
Operation Evergreen Quake
(Statewide Earthquake Response)
2016
Operation Evergreen Tremor
(Earthquake Response Rehearsal)
2015
Operation Evergreen Hammer
(COOP)
2014
2013
“Preparing for an Earthquake
Complex Catastrophe is my
#1 Planning Priority” TAG-WA
Operation Evergreen Ember
(Wildfire Response)
UNCLASSIFIED - FOUO
Joint Force Headquarters – Washington National Guard
Cascadia Earthquake Response
Planning Timeline AUG1 16Qtr 17
st
State Wide Exercise – FY16
FY 16 Mini-Ex / Rehearsal
interagency AAR
“Combining Action
with Intent!”
FY15 AAR Published
FY 15 Mini-Ex / Rehearsal
CSZE OPLAN Published
JOPG MDMP
CSZE mini-Ex / Rehearsal
ESF 20 Rewritten
3rd Qtr 14
Establish JOPG
2nd
1st
COA - Analysis
Missions ID’d / Assgn’d
COA-Development
COOP Solidified
Mission Analysis
Initial Planning Group Meeting / Develop Staff Estimates
AUG 13 NOV 13 FEB 14 MAY 14
COA-D
Brief
Qtr 14
Qtr 14
29AUG13
As of: 26AUG13
3rd Qtr 16
State Wide CSZE Exercise
JUN 15
WA GUARD Wide CSZE Exercise
3rd Qtr 15
CSZE Mini-Ex / Rehearsal
nd
2 Qtr 15
CSZE Mini-Ex / TTX
st
1 Qtr 15
CSZE ROC Walk
Coordination Requirements
JUN 14
CSZE OPLAN Published
CSZE ROC Walk
MA
Brief
JUN 16
2nd Qtr 16
CSZE Mini-Ex / TTX
st
1 Qtr 16
Guard AAR Published
Guard Exercise – FY15
JOPG
Built
Final Plan Published
COA-A
Brief
JUN 14 OCT 14 FEB 15 APR 15 JUN 15
SEP 15
Mini-Ex Mini-Ex Guard
TTX Rehearsal EX
AAR
Compl
OPLAN
Brief
ROC
Walk
UNCLASSIFIED - FOUO
FEB 16
MAY 16
JUN 16
Mini-Ex Mini-Ex State
TTX Rehearsal CSZE
EX
AUG 16 OCT 16
Inter Final CSZE
Plan
Agency
AAR Published
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Plan Together
• Meet regionally within the state to share existing plans
• Synchronize and coordinate regionally
• Meet statewide to share regional plans
• Synchronize and coordinate statewide
• Reach out to FEMA, NORTHCOM, 3rd Fleet, DHS, etc. and review their plans
• Synchronize and coordinate the Federal and State plans
EVERGREEN
EVERGREEN
“In the meantime…We are
trying to do a better job of
reaching out to our
Partners”
Homeland Response Force
External Planning and Assistance Team
(HEPAT)
HRF EXTERNAL PLANNING & ASSISTANCE TEAM
WHO:
HEPAT Member: CPT Hanisch
Civilian Contacts: City of Seattle Fire Battalion Chief Phil
Jose, CPT J.M. Havner, LT Leroy Sisley
WHAT: Walkthrough/overview of SeaFair Emergency
Response infrastructure, HEPAT engagement and
publication distribution
WHEN: 02-03 AUG 13
WHERE: Lake Washington, Seattle
WHY: Increase understanding of established SeaFair
Emergency Response framework, identify unfulfilled
requirements and the potential for guard/HRF
implementation in both the planning and execution of
future Seafair events
SUMMARY:
• Engaged with key leadership of City of Seattle Fire
department, specifically Battalion Chief Jose. Toured
emergency management/response footprint
encompassing both Lake Washington and surrounding
shore of the event. Discussed command structure and
geographic response areas, toured various
police/fire/coast guard C2 posts/trailers to identify
communication and network limitations. Established HRF
relationship with training organizations in EM community.
SEAFAIR TOC, Seattle
HRF EXTERNAL PLANNING & ASSISTANCE TEAM
WHO: (U) National Guard: 420 CM BN (CERFP)
representation, 790th DET II, 420 CERFP Decon
detachment.
Civilian Agencies: Chelan Fire Department District 3, WA
Department of Natural Resources , Chumstick Wildfire
Coalition, USFS, Chelan DEM, MEND.
WHAT: (U) Emergency Preparedness Expo
WHEN: (U) 10 August 2013
WHERE: (U) Leavenworth, WA
WHY: (U) The Chelan Fire District 3 hosted event was
attended by members of both the local and state level
emergency management community, in efforts to
interface with local populace and increase emergency
response awareness by providing firefighting and DECON
demonstrations.
SIGNIFICANCE/ASSESSMENT: (U) Training provided a
conducive environment for multi-agency interaction and
increased awareness between HRF outreach officers and
CERFP, 790th DET II leadership. HEPAT Domestic Operations
Capabilities Handbook distributed to leadership of all
attending emergency response agencies, enhancing
HRF/Guard awareness.
Chelan Fire Department, District 3
Seek Funding Together
• Tsunami Shelters
• Bridging Materials
• Operating Funds
• Planners
• Training Funds
• Equipment
• Etc……..
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Washington Military Department
TAG’s Bottom Line
“The Washington Military Department functions as one,
unified team by drawing on all of the resources and
strengths of our entire agency to plan and prepare for
an efficient, effective, and rapid response to
emergencies and assist in recovery in order to protect
the lives and property of the citizens of Washington, the
Northwest, and the United States.” MG Daugherty
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