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Provides a systematic, proactive approach to guide government, nongovernmental organizations, & the private sector to work seamlessly to prevent, protect against, respond to, recover from, & mitigate the effects of incidents NIMS
On February 28, 2003, the President issued this which directed the Secretary of Homeland Security to develop and administer a National Incident Management System (NIMS) HSPD-5
What are the five components of the NIMS? Preparedness, Comm & Info Mgmt, Resource Mgmt, Command & Mgmt and Ongoing Mgmt & Maintenance
Provides a flex core mech for coord'd and collab incident mgmt, whether for incidents where additional resources are rqr'd or are provided from diff orgs within a single jurisdiction or outside the jurisdiction, or for complex incidents w/nat implications NIMS
Provides the Air Force with an incident management system that is consistent with the single, comprehensive approach to incident management. AFIMS
Are groupings of capabilities that provides the support, resources, program implementation, and services that are most likely to be needed during emergency response. ESFs
Who is the OPR for ESF-5? Civil Engineer, EM
Who is the OPR for ESF-10? Civil Engineer
Who is the OPR for ESF-13? SFS
Is the location where the coordination of information and resources in support of the incident takes place EOC
Will meet minimum DHS/FEMA Type II communications capabilities, including capability to exchange data with the EOC. MEOC
What ESF manages the CBRN Control Center? ESF-5
Provides policy oversight and advocacy of Air Force capabilities for emergency preparedness, incident management, sustainment, recovery and restoration operations in an emergency response environment. HQ USAF
Are the responsibilities of the A7/C Air Staff position. Serves as the OPR for the AF EM program, Provides CBRNE defense expertise to spt or develop AF & MAJCOM policies, procedures, CONOPS, equipment and training programs, Identifies resources and ensures training for First Responders and Emergency Responders
What agency provides technical expertise on EM program issues to the Air Staff, MAJCOMs, FOAs and DRUs, the research, development, test and acquisition communities and other military services? AFCESA
Designated lead federal agency in Presidentially Declared disasters. FEMA
Incorporates EM program training concepts into Air Force courses, plans, develops and conducts formal training to support the Air Force EM program. AETC
Provides procedures for airlift, air refueling and air mobility support operations in a CBRNE threat environment. AMC
Serves as the primary agent to coordinate Air Force EM program cold weather operations. PACAF
Is an administrative level of command directly under a MAJCOM and provides intermediate level operational leadership and supervision. NAF
Who establishes a single, installation-wide EM program? Installation Commander
Briefly describe the support responsibilities of EOD. Provides technical advice and EOD response team mgmt, Performs initial on-site detection and point detection at the assumed source for known CBRN materials during IED, suspect package, bomb threat and munitions responses when CBRN hazards are indicated
Briefly describe the support responsibilities of Emergency Medical Services. Establishes IC if first on scene, Relinquishes IC upon arrival and proper debrief, Retains IC for ops primarily involving patient care,Provides observation data to enhance detection,Provides scene and patient observations to support identification
Briefly describe the support responsibilities of the Bioenvironmental Engineers. Assume IC where hlth risk asmnt is the msn,assists w/active & passive detection, spts contam footprint def & haz location, Conducts planning, sampling & analysis ops to ID mats & pathogens in spt of hlth risk asmnt & hlth haz ctrl,presumptive agent ID
Briefly describe the support responsibilities of Public Health Emergency Officer. May assume IC for pandemic, epidemic, or public health emergencies, Ascertain the existence of cases suggesting a public health emergency, Collab w/PH to dev a case def of the outbreak, Investigate all public health emergency cases for src's of infection
Briefly describe the support responsibilities of Fire Emergency Services. Establishes IC once on scene,Performs initial detection for radiation, combustibility, O2, pH, H2S, CO, VOCs to determine initial PPE levels for first responder personnel and to determine initial protective actions, Supports initial CBRN identification
What does the Capabilities-Based Assessment (CBA) consist of? defining the capability required, gap analysis, Identifying associated gaps/shortfalls and/or redundancies, Offer recommendations on whether the gaps/shortfalls can be addressed by non-material means, material means or both
The highest priorities for planning. Force survivability and mission continuance
Enhance the potential for success during crises. Quality deliberation and mitigation efforts
What factors might cause a publication to be changed? Threat/mission change, exercise results, unit capability change, real-world after action report results, etc.
What is the primary objective of AFIMS and the EM response planning efforts? To support capabilities through existing response plans by minimizing effects caused by incidents, accidents, contingency operations
Identify installation plans related to the CEMP 10-2? CRP, IDP, COOP, AT/FP, DCP, MCRP
Who is the designated general/flag grade position in the Operations Directorate of the Joint Staff and what are they responsible for? Joint Director of Military Support, JDOMS
The geographical combatant commanders are designated the supported combatant commanders for the DOD response to an incident that occurs within their respective AORs at what level? Regional
The CBRNE attack threat may come from traditional CBRNE weapons, new compounds and organisms
What is the best defense against CBRN weapons? Using the fundamental principles of contamination avoidance
Provide a brief description of S4. Four operational elements that serve as key capability categories to defend against CBRN weapons
How does R&EM support the Sense Element? With active CBRN response capability and TDG
Efforts in what three areas must occur for modernization to take place? fund/accelerate fielding, sustain investment in the research and development of technologies and execute evolutionary acquisition
Who reviews applications to use commercial equipment? CBD, NSERP
To whom, and under what circumstances, does the CBD NSERP process apply? All DoD military and civilians
Where is the CBRN Control Center located and what does it provide? EOC, EM Flight Control Center and mobile C2 vehicle. Provides hazard analysis, VA and risk assessment for CBRN Ops, etc
How often will the plume modeling software be checked for functionality and sending/receiving messages? 1 per week
During non-duty hours/weekends, what is the time standard associated with the R&EM flight being capable of developing plume models and directing CBRN specialized team activities? within 2 hours/90 mins
During expeditionary operations, what is the time standard associated with the CBRNE Control Center being able to establish an installation plume modeling capability from arrival? 12 hours
How many personnel and of what AFSC's are required to perform Plume Modeling? 2 personnel, 3E951 & 3E931
Pre-deployment, what is accomplished to facilitate Plume Modeling? Assess and analyze estimated CBRN contamination contours, conduct hazard analysis, develop hazard duration estimations (persistency)
Who does the CBRNE Control Center consolidate and pass CBRN Reports to? Higher Headquarters
EOC initial stand-up capability also provides basic equipment and supplies for the initial stand-up of an AF EM and CBRN response Type installation. 1B
The EOC provides the ability to fuse information into a(n), allowing the EOC Director to view the overall status of critical installation support activities and recover the installation’s primary mission. CoP
How long after the establishment of the primary EOC should the alternate EOC be stood up? 6 hours
The EOC is activated and recalled as necessary by the Installation Commander
Provides skilled personnel for primary and alternate operations and conducts activities for the establishment of EOC capability. ESF-5
R&EM flights fuse information from multiple agencies, such as, and to ensure a flow of information to complete COP data points. UCCs, ESF Reps, external and CBRN specific teams
The number of personnel, skill level and team position descriptions required are based on what three factors? Scope, Need and CBRN capabilities
The equipment and supplies needed for this capability to complete its CBRN missions deploy with the UTC. 4F9WL
What are the major elements of passive defense? contamination avoidance, protection and contamination control (decontamination)
What are some of the considerations when evaluating airbase attack warning systems? Location, unique populations, compatibility with host nation systems
What is the Installation Notification and Warning System (INWS)? a rapid and effective system to disseminate emergency information quickly
Each installation must analyze and develop warning times for what three forms of attack? Missile, Air and Ground
Which Air Force document do you find additional information on the integration of host nation, joint and combined forces? AFI 10-2501, Chapter 9
What two things could Emergency Management flight personnel use to provide detailed information on protection requirements and predict agent persistency? Intelligence Information and Current weather conditions
What does METT-T stand for? Mission, enemy, time available, troops and support available and terrain and weather
What are the simplified chemically-contaminated object rule guidelines? Under the generic guidelines, MOPP reduction in a zone that has been contaminated will not be achievable for a minimum of one hour after the attack.
What are the three phases of attack and their corresponding phases of incident management? preparedness, response and recovery
What actions are accomplished during the Preparedness phase? Develop 10-2/checklists, establish TTPs, threat assessment, training, exercises
What actions are accomplished during the Recovery phase? contamination control, contamination avoidance, recovery actions for conv/irregular CBRN attacks, hazard duration, mission continuance, mitigation, medical protection/casualty mgmt. and restoration of infrastructure
Provides sensors capable of detecting airborne, ground or surface CBRN and TIC/TIM contamination during wartime operations for the entire installation TDG
For existing installations, R&EM flights will create and maintain a detection grid plan and review it how often? Annually
During expeditionary operations, expeditionary installation R&EM flights will create a detection grid plan within the first hours of arrival during increased CBRN threats this plan will be reviewed for accuracy and currency every months after its development.
Personnel requirements are based on installation Type, highest installation type, personnel are required. 1A, 6
What is the role of an EET member? To design, conduct and evaluate exercise scenarios specific to the installation’s threats.
Exercise objectives should be SMART. What does SMART stand for? Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, task-oriented
What is a critical part of the exercise process? Evaluation
Which deficiency code is used to identify “insufficient personnel due to TDY/deployment”? RS2.2
Is the major budget program in the operating budget structure Budget Activity
GWOT Funds can be used under for supplies, equipment, and/or TDY costs. BAC 01
Describe all forces, activities, and support required to accomplish the Air Force mission with associated costs. Program Element
Represent the final breakout in the budget structure. Element of Expense and Investments
What should the R&EM Flight O&M Budget consider? Prime BEEF training and contingency requirements including ESL items, administrative supplies, Temporary Duty (TDYs) not covered in PE 27593, including Silver Flag if not command funded, printing costs, and GPC purchases
What are the steps in the capabilities based planning process? review higher level guidance, create/update CoPs, update master capabilities library and execute capability review & risk assessment
Deliberate planning is specific to threat and/or responses; planning completed with sufficient time
Crisis action planning is specific to an incident happening; planning done during an incident
Components of the S4 model Sense, shape, shield and sustain
DHS is responsible for EM planning at this level? National
EM planning that involve domestic incidents which may require coordination outside AF installations. State, Local, Tribal
Asymmetrical Challenges out of the normal/not ordinary attacks
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