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Marines remove a tree from a road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew.
Learn How to Prepare For & Recover from Storms
Marines remove a tree from a road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew.
MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. — Cpl. Calehan and Lance Cpl. Rice with TBS are assigned to help clear roads on Jan. 23 aboard MCB Quantico.
Bracing for Blizzards
A snowplow clears a road on Marine Corps Base Quantico on Jan. 23, 2016.
Firefighters with the Camp Pendleton Fire department fight a wild fire on Camp Pendleton, Calif., Sept 28, 2016. U.S Marine Corps photo by LCpl Samuel Brusseau
Protect Yourself, Your Community from Wildfires
Firefighters with the Camp Pendleton Fire department fight a wild fire on Camp Pendleton, Calif., Sept 28, 2016. U.S Marine Corps photo by LCpl Samuel Brusseau

Navigate the links below to learn about naturally occurring events in your area. Each page provides information you should know, tips for what you can do before, during, and after a natural hazard to enhance your safety, and other helpful resources.


Set your own course through any hazard: stay informed, make a plan, build a kit.
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