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Citizen Assistance/Outreach

  • Direct citizens to available response and recovery services such as medical, food, water, shelter, etc., once established;


  • Distribute tarps, sheeting, and furring strips to occupants of damaged dwellings; and

  • Assist homeowners and occupants in securing their property from the effects of weather, looters, etc.

Assistance to Local Emergency Response Personnel


  • Assist local emergency response personnel in coordination of their response efforts;

  • Assist in the establishment of emergency communications links;

  • Clear streets, highways, airports, and government support facilities of trees and debris;

  • Mark and identify streets and buildings;

  • Manage, direct, and train local volunteers and first responders in basic US&R operations; and

  • Provide medical treatment information to local physicians on disaster-related injuries such as crush syndrome.






URBAN SEARCH & RESCUE TASK FORCE MEDICAL TEAM FACT SHEET

TASK FORCE NAME: ________________________________________________

COMPOSITION

  • Organization:

  • Medical Manager(s) (emergency physicians); and

  • Medical Specialists (Paramedic/RN-qualified);

  • Totally self-sufficient for the first 72 hours of operation; and

  • Full medical equipment cache to support the Medical Team's operations.

CAPABILITIES/LIMITATIONS
  • Designed to provide sophisticated (and possibly prolonged) pre-hospital and emergency medical care;


  • Medical Team treatment priorities:

  • First – Treatment of Task Force members, including canine (and support personnel);

  • Second – Entrapped victims directly encountered by the Task Force; and

  • Third – Others as practical;

  • It is not the intent of the Medical Team to be a freestanding medical resource at the disaster site;

  • Capable of round-the-clock operations (two 12-hour shifts);

  • Comprehensive medical equipment cache designed to support:

  • 10 critical cases

  • 15 moderate cases

  • 25 minor cases; and

  • It is expected that Task Force "fixed asset" medical equipment (i.e., defibrillators, monitors, ventilators, etc.) will not leave the rescue site with any patients but will be maintained for the continued protection of the Task Force members.

MEDICAL TEAM SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS

  • Transportation

  • Medical transport required for extricated victims; and

  • Evacuation required for any injured Task Force member;

  • Communications

  • Reporting requirements to the Incident Command Post; and

  • Secure communications with the transport systems listed above;

  • Medical hand-off procedures for victims

  • Type of triage tags being used;

  • Exchange of assets (backboards, splints, etc.); and

  • If necessary; procedures for handling deceased victims;
  • Designated local medical liaison for special medical needs (Emergency Medical System (EMS) medical director or equivalent).







URBAN SEARCH & RESCUE TASK FORCE SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS

  • Transportation

  • Vehicles/aircraft needed for the movement of the Task Force and cache;

  • Medical transport required for extricated victims; and

  • Evacuation required for any injured Task Force member.

  • Communications

  • The Task Force's radios are set to frequency;

  • It would be advantageous to provide the Task Force with a radio from the host jurisdiction;

  • Reporting requirements need to be identified (how/when); and

  • Secure communications with the medical transport and to member evacuation systems.

  • Initial strategic/tactical briefing

  • If available, copies of past, current, and future Incident Action Plans should be provided; and

  • Strategic/tactical assignment clearly identified for the Task Force.

  • Media considerations

  • The local jurisdiction's Public Information Officer (PIO) should be identified; and

  • The local jurisdiction's media procedures (info release, interviews, etc.) should be identified.

  • Appropriate area maps, building plans, or other information should be provided.


DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE

HEADQUARTERS AIR MOBILITY COMMAND

February 19, 2003

MEMORANDUM FOR FEMA

ATTN: MLSO, Room 586

500 C Street SW

Washington DC 20472-5000

FROM: HQ AMC/LGT

402 Scott Drive, Unit 2A2

Scott AFB IL 62225-5308
SUBJECT: Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Canines
1. Search and rescue canines may be transported uncaged on AMC-controlled military aircraft using the same criteria applied to seeing-eye dogs when properly restrained, muzzled, and under the control of a handler. The handler will be responsible for cleanliness of the animal and the surrounding area. This approval applies to AMC missions in direct support of FEMA US&R Operations conducted both within the continental United States and overseas. We will make necessary changes to AMC instructions to accommodate movement of uncaged US&R canines. A copy of this memorandum should be in the possession of the US&R canine handler.
2. POC is Ms. Rothenbach, HQ AMC/LGTP, DSN 779-2409 or Mr. Hamilton, HQ AMC/LGTC, DSN 779-4260. This is a coordinated HQ AMC/LGT/DOO/DOV memorandum.
Jane E. Clark, Lt Col, USAF

Deputy Ch, Aerial Port Operations, Trans Div

Directorate of Logistics

Cc:


HQ AMC/DOO/DOV

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DD Form 2131, NOV 86 PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE PASSENGER MANIFEST

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I CERTIFY THAT NO UNAUTHORIZED WEAPONS / AMMUNITION / EXPLOSIVE DEVICES, OR OTHER PROHIBITED ITEMS ARE IN THE POSSESSION OF THOSE PERSONNEL FOR WHOM I AM THE DESIGNATED MANIFESTING REPRESENTATIVE OR TROOP COMMANDER, AND THAT THEIR AUTHORIZED WEAPONS HAVE BEEN CLEARED.

a. DATE

b. PRINTED NAME AND GRADE

c. SIGNATURE











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