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Emergency Management


Prepares, plans, trains, educates and equips Air Force personnel to respond to, maintain mission capability and recover from the full spectrum of physical threat events including major accidents, natural disasters, weapons of mass destruction and wartime chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high-yield explosive (CBRNE) attacks. Provides technical expertise to commanders during full spectrum threat response operations. Performs detection, monitoring, warning and reporting of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear (CBRN) events.

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Phone (302) 677-6218

Bldg 639, Bay 19, 19902

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Today we accomplished some great HAZMAT training with Emergency Management, the Fire Department, and Bioenvironmental Engineering.
Hurricane season is right around the corner!! Stop by June 6th to get the latest and greatest information to prepare for hazards in your local area. Check out the flyer for more information regarding activities and time of event.
Snow will continue through this evening near and south of the I-476/I195 corridors before tapering off from northwest to southeast. Snow will be moderate to heavy at times in Delmarva and southern New Jersey. For areas south of the Mason-Dixon Line: Snow totals of 4 to 7 inches with locally higher amounts possible are forecast in eastern Maryland, inland portions of central and southern Delaware, and far southern New Jersey. Coastal flooding is not expected with this system
Snow is expected to begin by Saturday evening. It is expected to continue through at least Sunday afternoon before tapering off from north to south. Snow may linger in Delmarva into Sunday night. There is the potential for 2 to 5 inches of snow in eastern Maryland, Delaware, and southern New Jersey. Locally higher amounts are possible, particularly in southern Delaware and adjacent portions of Maryland. There may be little accumulating snow north of Philadelphia, though the northern extent of accumulations is currently a low-confidence forecast. There is a small chance of gale force wind gusts on the coastal waters of New Jersey and Delaware, and on Delaware Bay from Sunday afternoon into Sunday night. Coastal flooding is not expected with this system. https://www.weather.gov/media/phi/current_briefing.pdf
Its that time of year. Are we preparing for winter weather.
Great meeting with EM partners today.
Be sure to come out to the Agriculture Museum for Family Emergency Preparedness Day !

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