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Emergency Preparedness Program

Brought to You By Your Marine Corps Emergency Management Team

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.
Earthquake Extreme HeatDroughtWildfire
Wildfire Updates
Martinez 3 Fire (Wildfire)
The Martinez 3 Fire is nearing an end. Firefighters have been working long and tedious hours in tandem with heavy equipme...
Taboose Fire (Wildfire)
Taboose Fire UpdateThe Taboose Fire has been inactive in recent days. The fire remains 10,296 acres and at 85% containmen...
Ranch Fire (Wildfire)
Hillside Fire (Wildfire)
The wind-driven 200-acre Hillside Fire is burning off Highway 18 and entered neighborhoods of north San Bernardino. It is...
Caples Fire (Wildfire)
Caples Fire is 100% contained. Final Caples Fire News Release  Closures: The fire area will be closed to the public until...
Kincade Fire (Wildfire)
This is not a federal incident. It is being managed by the CalFire Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit. The latest information is avail...
Earthquake Alerts

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