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Incident Management Team Mission Base Resources Kit (IN DEVELOPMENT)

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FOR ROUTINE OPERATIONAL RCC TASKINGS THAT DO NOT REQUIRE A FULL MISSION BASE INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAM GO TO THE
IC MISSION RESOURCE KIT
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAM MISSION BASE STAND-UP CHECKLIST
  1. Upon opening the Mission Base at the Alaska Wing Mission Coordination Center, the first team member to arrive will initiate the Sign-In Roster, ICS Form 211-P Personnel Sign In (on the wall next to the door). All IMT members will sign in and report to the Incident Commander or, if not present, the senior IMT member, for mission base duty assignment. IMT duty badges are on the wall in the MCC for use during normal mission base activities.
  2. The IC and the PSC will coordinate the assignment of duties for all incident management team members.
  3. IMTs will notify the IC email grouptemp-group-ics-ic@akwg.cap.gov, from their AKWG Google Mail account (ICs, AKWG/CC, AFLO) of an RCC mission tasking within 30 minutes of accepting the mission with the following information (sample email): (for IMT Exercises all email communications will have"Exercise Message:" in the Subject Line and  "EXERCISE EXERCISE EXERCISE" as the first and last lines of the message and messages will be transmitted only to the email address in use for the exercise)
    1. Incident Management Team Period Message for: (i.e. "15RCC0000 P5 150823/0700-1900L" see format below.  For initial period: "Mission Base Initial Stand-Up 150821/1534L")
    2. IC contact Information: Full name, mobile phone, email, ALMR channel of current IC
    3. RCC Tasking Time:  When the IC received the initial call from RCC
    4. RCC Mission Number: If provided or loaded in WMIRS, otherwise indicate "TBD"
    5. Basic Mission Details: ELT search, overdue aircraft, etc.
    6. CAP Units Alerted: What units have you alerted, if any so far, are any on stand-by, have any been requested and not responded
    7. CAP Units Tasked: Units or crews from various units tasked with sorties or other operational taskings
    8. Location of Mission Base: Include the address if not a known CAP facility
    9. ICS Staff members:  PSC/OSC/LSC/FASC/AOBD/GBD/PIO/LO/MSO, etc. with rank, names, contact info, physical duty location ("HOR" = home of record in eServices)
    10. Vehicles or Aircraft assigned to Mission Base staff: (the registration numbers and types of vehicles tasked for mission base operations)
    11. Significant Issues:  (any specific direction, unique situations, potential for incident expansion, etc.)
    12. Additional amplifying information as necessary
  4. The IC will prepare an ICS Form 201, Incident Briefing, naming it 15RCC0000-201-P1-150821.PDF where "P1" is the first operational period of the incident and 150821 is the date (YYMMDD format), and upload this form in the WIMRS mission records and transmit to the IC email group as a follow-up message to the initial notification. The ICS Form 201 will be completed by the Planning Section Chief for each operational period and will be completed and transmitted within 60 minutes of the initial operational period and before the beginning of each follow-on Operational Period begins.
  5. The Planning Section Chief immediately begins The Planning Process and forming the Incident Action Plan, ICS Forms 201-209.  The initial IAP may be hand-written and will be completed within 120 minutes of the stand-up of the mission base staff and will be transmitted to the IC email group and loaded to the WMIRS mission.  For follow-on operational periods, the IAP will be completed prior to the initial operational period and will include the ICS Form 201, Incident Briefing. The complete package of ICS Form 201-209 will be transmitted to the IC email group and uploaded to the WMIRS mission prior to the beginning of the operational period. Package all forms together in a single .pdf document and use the file name "15RCC0000-IAP-P5-150823" where "P5" is the 5th operational period of the incident and 150823 is the date (YYMMDD format). Follow the same naming structure for other ICS forms and documents.
  6. Additional Mission Base Position-Specific Checklist Items In Development
Alaska Wing Operational Mission (A1) Resources
Alaska Wing Mission Alerting System
Alaska Wing Google System    
  • Google Mission Tracking Template - Operations Tracking for Large Operations:  Save this file Google Docs using the mission number (i.e. "15RCC0001TRACKING") and share it out to the incident command email group and other IC staff members through their AKWG email addresses. 
  • Google Drive (REQUIRES SIGN IN TO AKWG GOOGLE ACCOUNT) - Documents shared with the person currently signed in.  Examples include mission alert spreadsheets, mission tracking documents, etc.
  • Google Mail (REQUIRES SIGN IN TO AKWG GOOGLE ACCOUNT) - Webmail based system using your personal 6-digit CAPID (i.e., 123456@akwg.cap.gov).  Used for official CAP Alaska Wing communications.
Aviation Charts, Virtual Maps, and Flight Tracking
  • Sky Vector - Interactive online charts.  
  • VFR Sectional Chart - Online sectional chart.  Use the print screen function to copy sections into PowerPoint or other printable format for printing.
  • Flight Aware - Flight tracking software for commercial and private aircraft on FAA flight plans.
  • FAA N-Number Registry - For looking up aircraft registration information.
  • National Map and USGS Topographical Maps of Alaska - Online access to USGS topo data maps for close-in and topographical features identification. Select the map and resolution you need and download it to a zip file on your computer.
  • Google Earth - downloadable Google Earth application with high resolution imagery and contour data.
  • Maps: AKWG/DOS highly recommends that ICs maintain their own topographical maps of AK.  A book copy of the Alaska Atlas and Gazetteer is available in the AKWG Mission Coordination Center.  You can order on-line at Amazon.
Contingency Environment Resources
Alaska Wing Mission Base Resources
  • ICS Form 214 Activity Log - Required for logging the activity at a mission base during exercises or multi-period IC operations where the Alaska Wing is lead incident manager. WMIRS unit/comm logs currently do not meet standards for this function.
  • ICS Forms 201-209 - ICS forms package (.pdf) for the initial Incident Action Plan for a major incident or ICS exercises.
  • ICS Form 211-P Personnel Sign In - Used to account for personnel participating in a mission base operation.
FEMA Incident Command System (ICS) Resources
  • FEMA ICS Resource Center - ICS Support materials to include job aids, forms, reference documents, and additional links
  • FEMA ICS Forms (MS Word) - A list of all forms available from FEMA for us during Incident Command System events
  • FEMA ICS Position Checklists - Checklists and Position Task Books for a variety of positions to help guide mission staff
  • FEMA ICS Incident Types - How incidents are categorized based on complexity.  Most CAP operations are Type 4
  • FEMA ICS SAR Resource Typing - How resources for SAR are categorized for standardization among requesting and supporting activities
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Jim Lt Col CAP AKWG/SARO Mullin,
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Jim Lt Col CAP AKWG/SARO Mullin,
Aug 14, 2015, 4:34 PM
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Jim Lt Col CAP AKWG/SARO Mullin,
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Jim Lt Col CAP AKWG/SARO Mullin,
Aug 14, 2015, 4:35 PM
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Jim Lt Col CAP AKWG/SARO Mullin,
Aug 14, 2015, 4:35 PM
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Jim Lt Col CAP AKWG/SARO Mullin,
Aug 14, 2015, 4:35 PM