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Ready Marine Corps

Emergency Preparedness Program

Supporting The Nation's Premier Force in Readiness
Ready Marine Corps: Preparing People
Preparing Marines
Ready Marine Corps empowers individual Marines with the knowledge to successfully navigate all hazards. The Marine Corps is the premier force in readiness because of resilient individuals who comprise the USMC community. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Juan Bustos/Released
Preparing Families
Marines who know their spouse, children, and pets are equipped with the knowledge and tools to face any emergency can stay mission focused. Ready Marine Corps supports overall combat readiness by ensuring Marines and their families have access to the information they need to stay informed, make a plan, and build a kit. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Andrew D. Pendracki
Preparing the Community
The Marine Corps' strength is the sum of its parts. Preparedness is a community responsibility, and Ready Marine Corps supports this partnership. Use the Ready Marine Corps program to learn how to strengthen your community.
Our Mission

Instill emergency preparedness for all hazards as a fundamental principle of survival throughout the United States Marine Corps Community. 

Mission
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What is Ready Marine Corps?

Ready Marine Corps is the USMC’s proactive emergency prepared­ness, public awareness program. It provides information, tools, and resources to empower the Marine Corps community to live its ethos for “Being Most Prepared When Our Nation Is Least Prepared” in an all hazards environment. Initiated by Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM), the program is aligned with the National Ready Campaign and with other Department of Defense (DoD) and government Ready preparedness programs.

The information and materials found on the Ready Marine Corps website are designed to support operational force readiness by strengthening the Marine Corps Community’s ability to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies and disasters. Preparedness information, tips, and recommendations found on the Ready Marine Corps website are closely aligned with those offered to the public by authoritative government resources such as Ready.gov, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).


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


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If you live in the Western U.S., you may be vulnerable to wildfires this summer. While wildfires can start without warning and spread quickly, knowing what to do can save your life. Learn more here <a href="http://www.ready.marines.mil/Stay-Informed/Natural-Hazards/Wildfire/" target="_blank">http://www.ready.marines.mil/Stay-Informed/Natural-Hazards/Wildfire/</a>
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Building an emergency kit doesn’t have to be boring. Make your next trip to the Commissary a scavenger hunt for essentials. This can help make emergencies less scary for children because they will feel prepared to face potential hazards. Learn more here <a href="https://www.ready.marines.mil/Build-a-Kit/Basic-Emergency-Kit/" target="_blank">https://www.ready.marines.mil/Build-a-Kit/Basic-Emergency-Kit/</a>
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