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Emergency Preparedness Program

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Prepare for Hurricane Florence
The Southeastern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the U.S. are readying for the potential effects of Hurricane Florence. If you are in the storm's projected path, stay informed of installation updates and evacuation notices, prepare your home, and refresh your emergency kits.
Stock Up on Emergency Supplies
Do you have everything you need to weather a storm? Make sure your emergency kit has all the necessary essentials to maintain you and your family members for at least three days.
Plan for Pets
Be sure to include arrangements for your pets when preparing for an emergency. Your kit should contain provisions for your pets and your plan should include how you will handle your pets in an evacuation.
Turn Around, Don't Drown
If you approach a flooded roadway, do not drive through those waters or around barricades that are blocking the flooded road. Check out additional tips and information about flooding today. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Jorge Intriago)

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

3 Steps to Readiness
  • Make a plan for yourself and your family to know where to go, what to do, who to contact, and what to take when faced with an emergency. 
  • Build a kit for your home, office, and vehicle that will sustain you for at least 72 hours. 

In taking these steps, you improve the safety, security, readiness, and resilience of you and those around you. By living a life of preparedness, you are helping the Marine Corps maintain its reputation as the Premier Force in Readiness.

Stay Alert / Stay Alive

Report suspicious activity occurring on or near an installation through Eagle Eyes:

Dial 9-1-1 to report suspicious activity occurring away from an installation or an immediate threat.