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Marine Corps Installations East

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MCAS Beaufort - Emergency Management
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. - Air Station firefighters and instructors stand next to one of the trailers used in the training exercise April 18 at the Structural Fire Department. The trailer contains a course with various obstacles and small spaces that the firefighters had to maneuver through.
MCAS Beaufort Installation Emergency Management
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. - Air Station firefighters and instructors stand next to one of the trailers used in the training exercise April 18 at the Structural Fire Department. The trailer contains a course with various obstacles and small spaces that the firefighters had to maneuver through.
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. - Members of the spill management team deploy a hard boom into the water at the Air Station fuel pier Nov. 2. The spill management team and facility response team work together to capture hazardous material in water.
MCAS Beaufort Installation Emergency Management
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. - Members of the spill management team deploy a hard boom into the water at the Air Station fuel pier Nov. 2. The spill management team and facility response team work together to capture hazardous material in water.
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. - Bob James, a firefighter with the Air Sation's Structural Fire and Emergency Services Department prepares the interior fire for the attack team and works as a safety officer during training.
MCAS Beaufort Installation Emergency Management
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. - Bob James, a firefighter with the Air Sation's Structural Fire and Emergency Services Department prepares the interior fire for the attack team and works as a safety officer during training.
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. - Lance Cpl. John Hightshoe, a hand lineman with crash fire rescue holds the ladder while Cpl. Oliver Meneses, a rescueman with CFR climbs out the window with the rescued dummy during training, Nov. 4.
MCAS Beaufort Installation Emergency Management
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. - Lance Cpl. John Hightshoe, a hand lineman with crash fire rescue holds the ladder while Cpl. Oliver Meneses, a rescueman with CFR climbs out the window with the rescued dummy during training, Nov. 4.
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. - Members of the Facility Response Team observe the booms being towed out to the water to ensure there are no tangles during a simulated oil spill training exercise Oct. 29, at the station's fuel pier.
MCAS Beaufort Installation Emergency Management
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. - Members of the Facility Response Team observe the booms being towed out to the water to ensure there are no tangles during a simulated oil spill training exercise Oct. 29, at the station's fuel pier.
Mission

The mission of the Marine Corps Installation Emergency Management (IEM) Program is to provide policy and oversight on all Installation emergency management initiatives in order to ensure mitigation, preparation, response and recovery to emergencies and disasters in an all hazards environment.  Focused on saving lives, reducing human suffering and reducing great property loss, the IEM Program will:

Develop plans and procedures to ensure the highest levels of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. 

Maintain a comprehensive, risked-based, multi-hazard emergency management and training program.

Coordinate with federal, state and local resources for mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery operations.

Points of Contact

Gary J. Rivard
Mission Assurance Program Manager
MCAS, Beaufort SC, 29904

Office:  (843) 228.6924 (DSN-335)
Cell:  (843) 263.1357

Robert Ijames
Installation Emergency Manager
Mission Assurance Branch
Bldg 600 Drayton Street
MCAS Beaufort, SC 29910

(Office) 843-228-6985
(Cell) 843-505-0685
(DSN) 335-6985

robert.ijames@usmc.mil

 

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