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Visit your installation's website and connect with it on social media for the most up-to-date emergency information. Your installation will have information on hazards and procedures specific to the region in which you are living. Social media is one way Emergency Management may communicate information during a severe storm or other emergency incident. Connect now so that you receive information when the time comes.



Regional Hazards
Click on the graphics below to directly access select natural hazards that are common to or may likely affect MCIWEST installations. Remember, living Ready Marine Corps means being prepared for all hazards.
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Wildfire Updates
McCash Fire (Wildfire)
The McCash Fire was located on July 31, 2021 around 7:00 pm.  The fire is burning in timber with an understory of tall gr...
Antelope Fire (Wildfire)
The Antelope Fire was first discovered on Sunday, August 1, 2021, in the Antelope Creek drainage on the Goosenest Ranger ...
McFarland Post-Fire BAER (Burned Area Emergency Response)
THREE PHASES OF WILDFIRE RECOVERY There are three phases of recovery following wildfires on federal lands: -       Fi...
McFarland Fire (Wildfire)
The McFarland Fire was started by lightning on July 29th near McFarland Ridge, south of Highway 36 near Wildwood, Califor...
Dixie Post-Fire BAER (Burned Area Emergency Response)
THREE PHASES OF WILDFIRE RECOVERYThere are three phases of recovery following wildfires on federal lands: - Fire Suppres...
KNP Complex (Wildfire)


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



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