Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Battlefield Tech Used in Oklahoma Search

What a well regulated, trained and supplied, citizen militia actually does as per the founding fathers wishes!! And unless called for National Defense are under the command of State Governors as CiC's

Troops Use Battlefield Tech in Search for Oklahoma Survivors

05.21.2013 - National Guard Soldiers and Airmen are using thermal imaging and night vision gear to look for survivors of the Oklahoma tornado.

Special Report: Disaster Relief: Oklahoma Tornadoes
American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON, May 21, 2013 – Nearly 250 members of the Oklahoma National Guard are assisting with victim search and security in Moore, Okla., where a monster tornado left dozens dead. Learn more about recovery efforts and resources available for survivors through an American Forces Press Service special report at Disaster Relief: Oklahoma Tornadoes.

‘DOD Live’ Compiles Resources for People Affected by Disasters
FORT MEADE, Md., May 21, 2013 – A “DOD Live” blog post compiled by Ian Phillips of Defense Media Activity social media operations here provides a wide range of resources for people affected directly or indirectly by the deadly tornado that struck Moore, Okla., yesterday.

Links in the blog post include information or help related to: read more>>>

Senior Army Guard Leader Describes Tornado Response
WASHINGTON, May 21, 2013 – Some 250 Oklahoma National Guard members are helping with recovery efforts after a massive tornado pounded an Oklahoma City suburb yesterday, killing at least 24 people and leaving neighborhoods, homes and businesses flattened or twisted, a senior Army National Guard leader said today.

Brig. Gen. Emery Fountain is an Army National Guard member from Oklahoma, who normally makes his home a few miles from Moore, where the tornado struck. Fountain currently works in the national capital region as support special assistant to Army National Guard Director Lt. Gen. William E. Ingram Jr., but has been in close contact with his counterparts at home.

“They’ve established a perimeter around the location … that was most affected, [and] they’re managing traffic in and out of that area where the destruction was most significant,” he said. “They’re also providing clean, potable water to the first responders and the folks that are involved in the response.” read more>>>

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