Marine Corps Installations Pacific

 

Marine Corps Installations Pacific

Okinawa, Japan

MCB Butler, MCB Hawaii, MCAS Futenma, MCAS Iwakuni, Camp Fuji, and Camp Mujuk
Members of the Appleton Fire Department Hazmat team conduct a training exercise May 15 in the town of Buchanan during Dark Sky, a full-scale exercise which simulates a long-term mass power outage in Wisconsin.
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Members of the Appleton Fire Department Hazmat team conduct a training exercise May 15 in the town of Buchanan during Dark Sky, a full-scale exercise which simulates a long-term mass power outage in Wisconsin. More than 1,000 participants from the state Emergency Operations Center, the Business Emergency Operations Center, the Wisconsin National Guard, county emergency operations centers, municipal command posts, the American Red Cross, and federal agencies will participate in the exercise. Wisconsin National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Matthew Ard
Members of the Appleton Fire Department Hazmat team conduct a training exercise May 15 in the town of Buchanan during Dark Sky, a full-scale exercise which simulates a long-term mass power outage in Wisconsin.
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Members of the Appleton Fire Department Hazmat team conduct a training exercise May 15 in the town of Buchanan during Dark Sky, a full-scale exercise which simulates a long-term mass power outage in Wisconsin. More than 1,000 participants from the state Emergency Operations Center, the Business Emergency Operations Center, the Wisconsin National Guard, county emergency operations centers, municipal command posts, the American Red Cross, and federal agencies will participate in the exercise. Wisconsin National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Matthew Ard
Welcome to Okinawa, weekly MCCS hosts the New Comer's Orientation brief at the Camp Foster Community Center.  Service members and families are given the opportunity to see what Okinawa has to offer.
New Comer Orientation
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.
MCIAC Emergency Management Community Outreach and Education.
2018 MCIPAC PrepareAthon
MCIPAC Emergency Manager coordinated a community education/outreach event at the Camp Foster Commissary. Participating organizations included: MCIPAC Fire Prevention, MCIPAC MCBB Safety, Camp Foster American Red Cross.
Navy field medical corpsmen with 3rd Medical Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group provide emergency care to a dummy at Kin Blue on Okinawa, Japan, June 6, 2018. The simulation is part of Exercise Inochi No Onjin, which increased competency of patient evacuation, command and control medical regulating, and role-two capabilities in a joint environment.  3rd Medical Battalion is responsible for providing direct and general health service support to III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)
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Navy field medical corpsmen with 3rd Medical Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group provide emergency care to a dummy at Kin Blue on Okinawa, Japan, June 6, 2018. The simulation is part of Exercise Inochi No Onjin, which increased competency of patient evacuation, command and control medical regulating, and role-two capabilities in a joint environment. 3rd Medical Battalion is responsible for providing direct and general health service support to III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)
Naval personnel put on protective gear to conduct a decontamination drill at the Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, May 24, 2018.
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Naval personnel put on protective gear to conduct a decontamination drill at the Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, May 24, 2018. According to NMCCL decontamination is a vital asset in preparing sailors to handle hazardous material situations. Contamination can be caused by anything from severe hazards like anthrax to extreme amounts of chlorine.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Nikki L. Morales)
Maj. Logan Smith, left, 374th Civil Engineer Squadron operation flight commander, removes Senior Airman Felix Nunez, right, 374th CES electrical system technician, gas mask during an Ability to Survive and Operate (ATSO) Rodeo
ATSO Rodeo at Yokota
Maj. Logan Smith, left, 374th Civil Engineer Squadron operation flight commander, removes Senior Airman Felix Nunez, right, 374th CES electrical system technician, gas mask during an Ability to Survive and Operate (ATSO) Rodeo at Yokota Air Base, Japan, June 8, 2018. The rodeo involved participants wearing different stages of mission-oriented protective posture (MOPP) gear after pushing a Humvee and going through various areas of training including self-aid and buddy care, post-attack reconnaissance, four-person relay, and "shoot, move and communicate." (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe)
MCIAC Emergency Management Community Outreach and Education.
2018 MCIPAC PrepareAthon
MCIPAC Emergency Manager coordinated a community education/outreach event at the Camp Foster Commissary. Participating organizations included: MCIPAC Fire Prevention, MCIPAC MCBB Safety, Camp Foster American Red Cross.
MCIAC Emergency Management Community Outreach and Education.
2018 MCIPAC PrepareAthon
MCIPAC Emergency Manager coordinated a community education/outreach event at the Camp Foster Commissary. Participating organizations included: MCIPAC Fire Prevention, MCIPAC MCBB Safety, Camp Foster American Red Cross.
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

Allen Balabis

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) 2738-2276    INT'L:  +81-80-2738-2276

allen.d.balabis1@usmc.mil

 

  

Carl Hinson Ctr.

MCBB Emergency Management Analyst

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

Camp Foster, Bldg. 1, Okinawa, Japan

   

DSN:      (315) 645-4579

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

carl.hinson@usmc.mil