Marine Corps Installations Pacific

 

Marine Corps Installations Pacific

Okinawa, Japan

MCB Butler, MCB Hawaii, MCAS Futenma, MCAS Iwakuni, CATC Camp Fuji, Camp Mujuk
Marine Corps Installations Pacific Emergency Management
Training in Okinawa Japan with the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force and the Local Emergency Responders. The training consisted of casualty evacuation, and response to an aircraft mishap. The training is designed to foster bi-lateral and joint military friendships and to rehearse existing plans.
Embedded with real-world connections, these multidisciplinary lessons teach what to do before, during, and after an emergency while fostering critical 21st-century skills such as problem solving, teamwork, creativity, leadership, and communication.
Training in Okinawa Japan with the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force and the Local Emergency Responders. The training consisted of casualty evacuation, and response to an aircraft mishap. The training is designed to foster bi-lateral and joint military friendships and to rehearse existing plans.
Welcome to Okinawa, weekly MCCS hosts the New Comer's Orientation brief at the Camp Foster Community Center. Marines and families are given the opportunity to see what Okinawa has to offer. As a space available vendor MCIPAC Emergency Management hosts a booth and we provide information on basic preparations for the local hazards, and 72 hour evacuation kits.
On September 01, 2018 Okinawa City invited MCIPAC and III MEF to observe their annual Disaster Training. This year's scenario was one of evacuating from the impacts of a near initiated Tsunami. After a torrential downpour much of the Fire and Emergency Services and Helicopter Rescue had to be cancelled due to safety but the community still stuck out the day and received training.
Training in Okinawa Japan with the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force and the Local Emergency Responders. The training consisted of casualty evacuation, and response to an aircraft mishap. The training is designed to foster bi-lateral and joint military friendships and to rehearse existing plans.
FEMA Preparedness Kit Games Thumbnail: Help the Heroes! Will you know what to do? Make the right decisions and earn points to unlock new levels. But watch out! The wrong choice could end the game. Survive all 7 levels plus a turn in the hot seat and become a Disaster Master! Print out chapters of your own graphic novel as you play.
FEMA Preparedness Kit Games Thumbnail: Help the Heroes! Will you know what to do? Make the right decisions and earn points to unlock new levels. But watch out! The wrong choice could end the game. Survive all 7 levels plus a turn in the hot seat and become a Disaster Master! Print out chapters of your own graphic novel as you play. https://www.ready.gov/kids/games/data/dm-english/index.html
Training in Okinawa Japan with the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force and the Local Emergency Responders. The training consisted of casualty evacuation, and response to an aircraft mishap. The training is designed to foster bi-lateral and joint military friendships and to rehearse existing plans.
Training in Okinawa Japan with the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force and the Local Emergency Responders. The training consisted of casualty evacuation, and response to an aircraft mishap. The training is designed to foster bi-lateral and joint military friendships and to rehearse existing plans.
Training in Okinawa Japan with the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force and the Local Emergency Responders. The training consisted of casualty evacuation, and response to an aircraft mishap. The training is designed to foster bi-lateral and joint military friendships and to rehearse existing plans.
MISSION

The mission of the MCIPAC Installation Emergency Management (IEM) program is to provide regional policy and oversight of IEM functions and initiatives to enhance each installation’s ability to prepare for, mitigate the effects of, respond to, and recover from emergencies and disasters in an all-hazards environment.  Focused on saving lives and protecting assets, the IEM program is integral to preserving installation capabilities and functions, which enables operating forces to maintain mission readiness and respond to crises and contingencies. 

 

      *  Stay Informed        *  Make a Plan        *  Build a Kit

POINTS OF CONTACT

Tim Morello

Regional Director of Emergency Management

MCIPAC AC/S G-3/5, Installation Protection

Camp Foster, Bldg. 1, Okinawa, Japan

 

DSN:      (315) 645-7607

Local:     (098) 970-7607     INT’L:  +81-98-970-7607

Mobile:  (080) 8590-3626    INT’L:  +81-80-8590-3626

tim.morello@usmc.mil

 

 DSN:      (315) 645-4579

Local:     (098) 970-4579    INT’L:  +81-98-970-4579