2005 eastern area interagency mobilization guide 21 ordering channels/cost coding




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2005 EASTERN AREA INTERAGENCY MOBILIZATION GUIDE


21 ORDERING CHANNELS/COST CODING

21.1 GEOGRAPHIC AREA COORDINATION CENTER (GACC)

The Eastern Area Coordination Center (EACC) is located at Ft. Snelling, St. Paul, MN. EACC is the geographic area coordination center (GACC) for the 20 northeastern states, Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), National Park Service (NPS), Forest Service (FS), Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), and other cooperating agencies.
The Center Manager has been delegated authority from the Eastern Area Coordination Group (EACG) to set incident priorities and move resources throughout the geographic area and to geographic areas outside of the Eastern Area to meet incident needs. Within the Eastern Area, the EACC will act as the focal point for internal and external requests not filled at the local level.
The Eastern Area dispatch relationships have been established with the following dispatch centers: Delaware State Dispatch Center (DE-DESC), Illinois Interagency Dispatch Center (IL-ILC), Indiana Interagency Dispatch Center (IN-IIC), Maryland State Dispatch Center (MD-MDSC), Northeastern Interagency Dispatch Center (ME-NEC), Upper Peninsula Dispatch Center (MI-UPC), Huron and Manistee Zone Dispatch Center (MI-HUFC & MI-MAFC), Michigan State Dispatch Center (MI-MISC), Minnesota Interagency Fire Center (MN-MFC), Missouri-Iowa Interagency Dispatch Center (MO-MOC), New Jersey State Dispatch Center (NJ-NJSC), Ohio Interagency Dispatch Center (OH-OIC), Pennsylvania State Dispatch Center (PA-PASC), Allegheny Forest Dispatch Center (PA-ALFC), Eastern Interagency Dispatch Center (VA-EIC), Monongahela Forest Dispatch Center (WV-MOFC), West Virginia State Dispatch Center (WV-WVSC), Wisconsin Interagency Dispatch Center (WI-WIC), and Wisconsin State Dispatch Center (WI-WISC). This established ordering channel provides for the rapid movement of requests, agency review, efficient utilization of resources and cost-effectiveness.

The Dispatch Centers are:
EASTERN AREA INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTERS
EMERGENCY INCIDENT COORDINATION CENTER - Unit ID: VA-EIC

This center is located at Shenandoah National Park, Luray, VA. EIC dispatches resources for Northeast Area National Park Service and Fish & Wildlife Service Eastern Region 5 of the following units:


NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, NORTHEAST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MD-AIP Assateague Island NS



MD-ANP Antietam National Battlefield

MD-CAP Catoctin Mountain Park
EMERGENCY INCIDENT COORDINATION CENTER – Unit ID: VA-EIC, cont.
MD-COP Chesapeake & Ohio Canal NHP

MD-FMP Fort McHenry NM



MD-GRP Greenbelt Park

MD-HAP Hampton NHS



MD-MOP Monocacy National Battlefield

MD-TSP Thomas Stone NHS

PA-APP Allegheny Portage NHS

PA-FHP Friendship Hill NHS

PA-FNP Fort Necessity NBP

PA-JFP Johnstown Flood NM

PA-NEP Northeast Regional Office

WV-APP Appalachian NST

WV-NRP New River Gorge NR


MISCELLANOUS FEDERAL UNITS

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MD-WXW National Weather Service (NWS)


ILLINOIS INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: IL-ILC

This center is located at Murphysboro Ranger District, Shawnee National Forest, IL. ILC dispatches resources for Forest Service Region 9, Fish & Wildlife Service Great Lakes and Big Rivers Region 3 and Midwest National Park Service of the following units:


FOREST SERVICE, REGION 9

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IL-MPF Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie

IL-SHF Shawnee National Forest
FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE, GREAT LAKES AND BIG RIVERS REGION 3

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IL-COR Crab Orchard NWR

IL-CTR Chautauqua NWR

IL-CYR Cypress Creek NWR

IL-ILR Illinois River NWR

IL-MTR Mark Twain NWR

IL-SVR Savanna District, Upper Mississippi NWR

IL-TWR Two Rivers NWR


NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, MIDWEST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IL-CPP Chicago Portage NHS

IL-IMP Illinois and Michigan Canal NHC

IL-LHP Lincoln Home NHS



ILLINOIS INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: IL-ILC, cont.
MISCELLANOUS FEDERAL UNITS

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IL-WXW National Weather Service (NWS)


INDIANA INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: IN-IIC

This center is located at Tell City Ranger District, Hoosier National Forest, IN. IIC dispatches resources for State of Indiana, Forest Service Region 9, Fish & Wildlife Service Great Lakes and Big Rivers Region 3, and Midwest National Park Service of the following units:


STATE

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IN-INS Indiana Division of Forestry


FOREST SERVICE, REGION 9

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IN-HOF Hoosier National Forest


FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE, GREAT LAKES AND BIG RIVERS REGION 3

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IN-BOR Big Oaks NWR

IN-MSR Muscatatuck NWR

IN-PKR Patoka River NWR


NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, MIDWEST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IN-GRP George Rogers Clark NHP

IN-IDP Indiana Dunes NL

IN-LBP Lincoln Boyhood NM


MISCELLANOUS FEDERAL UNITS

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IN-WXW National Weather Service (NWS)

MINNESOTA INTERAGENCY FIRE CENTER - UNIT ID: MN-MFC

This center is located in Grand Rapids, MN. MFC dispatches resources for all agencies (Minnesota State, Forest Service Region 9, Bureau of Indian Affairs Midwest Region, Fish and Wildlife Service Great Lakes and Big Rivers Region 3, Midwest National Park Service, National Weather Service) within Minnesota.


STATE

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MN-MNS Minnesota Department of Natural Resource, Division of Forestry



FOREST SERVICE, REGION 9

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MN-CPF Chippewa NF

MN-SUF Superior NF

MN-NAF NE Area State & Private Forestry, St. Paul Field Office

MN-NCF North Central Forest Experiment Station

MN-NEK Northeast Interagency Fire Cache


BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, MIDWEST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MN-MNA Minnesota Agency

MN-MRA Midwest Regional Office

MN-RLA Red Lake Agency



FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE, GREAT LAKES AND BIG RIVERS REGION 3

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MN-AGR Agassiz NWR

MN-BGR Big Stone NWR

MN-BNR Morris WMD

MN-CMR Crane Meadows NWR

MN-DLR Detroit Lakes WMD

MN-FFR Fergus Falls WMD

MN-HSR Hamden Slough NWR

MN-LFR Litchfield WM

MN-MGR McGregor District, Upper Mississippi NWR

MN-MVR Minnesota Valley NWR

MN-R3R Great Lakes and Big Rivers Regional Office, Region 3

MN-RLR Rice Lake NWR

MN-RYR Rydell NWR

MN-SBR Sherburne NWR

MN-TMR Tamarac NWR

MN-WWR Windom WMD
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, MIDWEST

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MN-GPP Grand Portage NM



MINNESOTA INTERAGENCY FIRE CENTER - Unit ID: MN-MFC. Cont.
MN-MSP Mississippi NRA

MN-PSP Pipestone NM

MN-VOP Voyaguers NP

MI-IRP Isle Royal NP

WI-SCP St. Croix NSR
MISCELLANOUS FEDERAL UNITS

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MN-WXW National Weather Service (NWS)

MISSOURI - IOWA INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER- Unit ID: MO-MOC

This center is located at Mark Twain National Forest, Rolla, MO. MOC dispatches resources for the States of Missouri and Iowa, Forest Service Region 9, Fish and Wildlife Service Great Lakes and Big Rivers Region 3, Bureau of Indian Affairs Midwest Region, and Midwest National Park Service of the following units within Missouri and Iowa:


STATE

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IA-IAS Iowa Department of Natural Resources

MO-MOS Missouri Department of Conservation
FOREST SERVICE, REGION 9

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MO-MTF Mark Twain National Forest


FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE, GREAT LAKES AND BIG RIVERS REGION 3

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IA-DAR Driftless NWR

IA-DSR Desoto NWR

IA-NSR Neal Smith NWR

IA-PLR Port Louisa NWR

IA-USR Union Slough NWR

IA-WCR Walnut Creek NWR

MO-BMR Big Muddy NWR

MO-GRR Great Rivers NWR

MO-MOR Mingo NWR

MO-SQR Squaw Creek NWR

MO-SWR Swan Lake NWR


BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, MIDWEST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IA-SFA Sac & Fox Agency



MISSOURI - IOWA INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER- Unit ID: MO-MOC, cont.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, MIDWEST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

IA-EMP Effigy Mounds NM

IA-HHP Herbert Hoover NHS

MO-GWP George Washington Carver NM

MO-HTP Harry S. Truman NHS

MO-JEP Jefferson National Expansion Memorial

MO-OZP Ozark NSR

MO-UGP Ulysses S. Grant NHS

MO-WCP Wilson’s Creek NB


MISCELLANOUS FEDERAL UNITS

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MO-CRHW NWS Central Region Headquarters

MO-WXW National Weather Service (NWS)


NORTHEASTERN INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: ME-NEC

This center is located at Bolton Hill Headquarters, in Augusta, ME. NEC dispatches resources for the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont; and National Forest Region 9, US Fish & Wildlife Service Eastern Region 5, and Bureau of Indian Affairs Eastern Region, National Park Service Northeast Region of the following units:



FOREST SERVICE, REGION 9

State/Agency ID Unit Name

NH-NAF NE Area State & Private Forestry, Durham Field Office

NH-WMF White Mountain National Forest

VT-GMF Green Mountain/Finger Lakes National Forest


STATE

State/Agency ID Unit Name

CT-CTS Connecticut State

MA-MAS Massachusetts State

ME-MES Maine State

NH-NHS New Hampshire State

NY-NYS New York State

RI-RIS Rhode Island State

VT-VTS Vermont State


FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE, EASTERN REGION 5

State/Agency ID Unit Name

CT-SMR Stewart B. McKinney NWR

MA-EMR Eastern Massachusetts NWR Complex

MA-PRR Parker River NW



NORTHEASTERN INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: ME-NEC, cont.

MA-SCR Sylvio O. Conte NWR

ME-ARR Aroostook NWR (new)

ME-MHR Moosehorn NWR

ME-MIR Maine Coastal Islands NWR Complex

ME-RCR Rachel Carson NWR

ME-SHR Sunkhaze Meadows NWR

NH-GBR Great Bay NWR

NH-UBR Lake Umbagog NWR

NJ-CMR Cape May NWR

NJ-ERR Edwin B. Forsythe NWR

NJ-GSR Great Swamp NWR

NJ-SPR Supawna Meadows NWR

NJ-WKR Wallkill River NWR

NY-IRR Iroquois NWR

NY-LIR Long Island NWR Complex

NY-MZR Montezuma NWR



PA-ERR Erie NWR

PA-TNR John Heinz at Tinicum NWR

RI-RIR Rhode Island NWR Complex

VT-MQR Missisquo NWR
BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS

State/Agency ID Unit Name

ME-PAA Passamaquoddy Agency

ME-PEA Penobscot Agency
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, NORTHEAST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

CT-WFP Weir Farm NP

MA-ADP Adams NHS

MA-BOP Boston NHP

MA-BSP Boston Support Office

MA-CCP Cape Cod NS

MA-FRP Frederick Law Olmsted NHS

MA-JFP John Fitzgerald Kennedy NHS

MA-LOP Longfellow NHS

MA-LWP Lowell NHP

MA-MIP Minute Man NHP

MA-SAP Salem Maritime NHS

MA-SIP Saugus Iron Works NHS

MA-SPP Springfield Armory NHS

ME-ACP Acadia NP

ME-RCP Roosevelt-Campabello International Park

NH-SGP Saint-Gaudens
NORTHEASTERN INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: ME-NEC, cont.

NY-FDP Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt NHS

NY-FIP Fire Island NS

NY-FOP Fort Sanwix NM

NY-GAP Gateway NRA

NY-MAP Manhattan Sites

NY-MVP Martin Van Buren NHS

NY-RVP Roosevelt/Vanderbilt Mansion NHS

NY-SHP Sagamore Hill NHS

NY-SPP Saint Paul’s Church NHS

NY-SRP Saratoga NHP

NY-STP Statue of Liberty NM

NY-UDP Upper Delaware SRR

NY-WOP Woman’s Rights NHP



PA-DWP Delaware Water Gap NRA

PA-GEP Gettysburg NMP

PA-HEP Hopewell Furnace NHS

PA-INP Independence NHP

PA-STP Steamtown NHS

PA-VFP Valley Forge NHP

RI-ROP Roger Williams NM

RI-TSP Touro-Synagogue NHS

VT-MBP Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller NHP


MISCELLANOUS FEDERAL UNITS

State/Agency ID Unit Name

CT-WEQ Westover Air Force Base

NH-NBQ New Boston Air Force Station

NY-FDQ Fort Drum Military Reservation

NY-WPQ West Point Military Reservation

NY-WXW National Weather Service (NWS)
MISCELLANOUS COUNTY & LOCAL UNITS

State/Agency ID Unit Name

NY-NYX Fire Department of New York



OHIO INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: OH-OIC

This center is located at the Wayne National Forest, OH. OIC dispatches resources for State of Ohio, Forest Service Region 9, Northeastern State and Private Forestry, Fish and Wildlife Service Great Lakes and Big Rivers Region 3, and Midwest National Park Service of the following units within Ohio:


STATE

State/Agency ID Unit Name

OH-OHS Ohio Department of Natural Resources



OHIO INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: OH-OIC, cont.

FOREST SERVICE, REGION 9

State/Agency ID Unit Name

OH-WAF Wayne National Forest


NORTHEASTERN STATE & PRIVATE FORESTRY

State/Agency ID Unit Name

OH-NAF Northeastern Area State & Private Forestry Office

OH-NEF Northeastern Research Station
FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE, GREAT LAKES AND BIG RIVERS REGION 3

State/Agency ID Unit Name

OH-OTR Ottawa NWR


NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, MIDWEST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

OH-CVP Cuyahoga Valley NRA

OH-DAP Dayton Aviation Heritage NHP

OH-DBP David Berger NM

OH-FLP First Ladies NHS

OH-HCP Hopewell Culture NM

OH-JGP James A. Garfield NHS

OH-PVP Perry’s Victory & International Peace Memorial

OH-WHP William Howard Taft NHS
MISCELLANOUS FEDERAL UNITS

State/Agency ID Unit Name

OH-WXW National Weather Service (NWS)

WISCONSIN INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: WI-WIC

This center is located at the Chequamegon Nicolet National Forest, WI. WIC dispatches resources for Forest Service Region 9, Fish and Wildlife Service Great Lakes and Big Rivers Region 3, Bureau of Indian Affairs Midwest Region, and Midwest National Park Service of the following units within Wisconsin:



BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, MIDWEST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

WI-GLA Great Lakes Agency

WI-MEA Menominee Agency
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

State/Agency ID Unit Name

WI-MID Milwaukee Field Office




WISCONSIN INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: WI-WIC, cont.

FOREST SERVICE, REGION 9

State/Agency ID Unit Name

WI-CNF Chequamegon Nicolet National Forest

WI-FPF Forest Products Laboratory

WI-R09 FS Region 9 Regional Office


FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE, GREAT LAKES AND BIG RIVERS REGION 3

State/Agency ID Unit Name

WI-GNR Genoa National Fish Hatchery

WI-HRR Horicon NWR

WI-IRR Illinois River NWR

WI-LCR La Crosse District, Upper Mississippi NWR

WI-LPR Leopold NWR

WI-NCR Necedah NWR

WI-SCR Saint Croix NWR

WI-TPR Trempeleau NWR

WI-WCR Whittlesev Creek NWR

WI-WNR Winona District, Upper Mississippi NWR
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, MIDWEST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

WI-AIP Apostle Island NS

WI-IAP Ice Age NP

WI-NCP North Country NST


MISCELLANOUS FEDERAL UNITS

State/Agency ID Unit Name

WI-WXW National Weather Service (NWS)
USFWS REGION 5 NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE DISPATCH UNITS
BLACKWATER WILDLIFE REFUGE DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: MD-BWRC

This dispatch unit is located at Refuge Headquarters, Cambridge, MD. BWRC dispatches Fish and Wildlife resources.


FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE, EASTERN REGION 5

State/Agency ID Unit Name

DE-BWR Bombay Hook NWR

DE-PHR Prime Hook NWR

MD-BWR Blackwater NWR

MD-CMR Chesapeake Marshlands NWR Complex

MD-ENR Eastern Neck NWR

MD-PWR Patuxent NWR

WV-CVR Canaan Valley NWR

WV-OHR Ohio River NWR
USFS REGION 9 NATIONAL FOREST DISPATCH UNITS
ALLEGHENY FOREST DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: PA-ALFC

This dispatch unit is located at Forest Supervisor’s office, Warren, PA. ALFC dispatches Forest Service resources.


FOREST SERVICE, REGION 9

State/Agency ID Unit Name

PA-ALF Allegheny National Forest

PA-OMD Office of Surface Mining


HURON MANISTEE FOREST DISPATCH CENTERS
Unit ID Unit Name

MI-HUFC Huron Zone Dispatch Center

MI-MAFC Manistee Zone Dispatch Center
There are two Zone Dispatch Centers within this National Forest. The dispatch unit for the Huron Zone is located at the Mio Ranger District at Mio, MI. The Manistee Zone dispatch center is located at the Baldwin Ranger District at Baldwin, MI. The Huron Manistee Zone Dispatch Centers dispatches Forest Service Region 9, Bureau of Indian Affairs Midwest Region, Fish and Wildlife Service Region 3, Midwest National Park Service, and Forest Research Station of the following units:
FOREST SERVICE, REGION 9

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MI-HMF Huron-Manistee National Forest


FISH & WILDLIFE, GREAT LAKES AND BIG RIVERS REGION 3

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MI-KWR Kirtlands Warbler NWR (Huron Zone)

MI-MIR Michigan Island NWR (Huron Zone)

MI-SSR Shiawassee NWR (Huron Zone)


NATIONAL PARK, MIDWEST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MI-AUP Automobile NHA (Huron Zone)

MI-SDP Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshores (Manistee Zone)
BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, MIDWEST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MI-MIA Michigan Agency (Huron & Manistee Zones)




MONONGAHELA FOREST DISPATCH CENTER - Unit ID: WV-MOFC

This dispatch unit is located at Forest Supervisor’s office, Elkins, WV. MOFC dispatches Forest Service and Northeastern Area State & Private Forestry resources of the following units:


FOREST SERVICE, REGION 9

State/Agency ID Unit Name

WV-MOF Monongahela National Forest

PA-NEF Northeastern Forest Experiment Station
NORTHEASTERN AREA STATE & PRIVATE FORESTRY

State/Agency ID Unit Name

WV-NAF NE Area S&PF, Morgantown Field Office

PA-GTF NE Area S&PF, Grey Towers Field Office

PA-NAF Northeastern Area S&PF, Newtown Square, PA
MISCELLANOUS FEDERAL UNITS

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MD-ABQ Aberdeen Proving Grounds

WV-CDH Center for Disease Control (CDC)

WV-WXW National Weather Service (NWS)


UPPER PENINSULA INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER – UNIT ID: MI-UPC

This center is located at the Hiawatha National Forest. UPC dispatches resources for Forest Service Region 9, Bureau of Indian Affairs Midwest Region, Fish & Wildlife Service Great Lakes and Big Rivers Region 3, and Midwest National Park Service of the following units:


FOREST SERVICE, REGION 9

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MI-HIF Hiawatha National Forest

MI-OTF Ottawa National Forest
FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE, GREAT LAKES AND BIG RIVERS REGION 3

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MI-DRR Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge

MI-HAR Harbor NWR

MI-HFR Hiawatha Forest National Fish Hatchery

MI-HUR Huron NWR

MI-MWR Michigan Wetland Management District

MI-PCR Pendills Creek National Fish Hatchery

MI-SNR Seney National Wildlife Refuge




UPPER PENINSULA INTERAGENCY DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: MI-UPC, cont.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, MIDWEST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MI-FMP Father Marquette NM

MI-IRP Isle Royale NP

MI-KWP Keweenaw NHP

MI-PRP Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, MIDWEST REGION

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MI-MIA Michigan Agency




EASTERN AREA STATE DISPATCH CENTERS
DELAWARE STATE DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: DE-DESC

This dispatch unit is located at the Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service office, Harrington, DE. DESC dispatches Delaware state resources.
STATE

State/Agency ID Unit Name

DE-DES Delaware Dept of Ag, Forest Service


MARYLAND STATE DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: MD-MDSC

This dispatch unit is located at the DNR Forest Service office, Annapolis, MD. MDSC dispatches Maryland state resources.
STATE

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MD-MDS Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Forest

Service


MICHIGAN STATE DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: MI-MISC

This dispatch unit is located at the DNR Forest, Mineral & Fire Management office, Lansing, MI. MISC dispatches Michigan state resources.
STATE

State/Agency ID Unit Name

MI-MIS Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Forest, Mineral & Fire Management Division


NEW JERSEY STATE DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: NJ-NJSC

This dispatch unit is located at the Forest Fire Service office, Trenton, NJ. NJSC dispatches New Jersey state resources.
STATE

State/Agency ID Unit Name

NJ-NJS New Jersey Forest Fire Service

PENNSYLVANIA STATE DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: PA-PASC

This dispatch unit is located at the Bureau of Forestry, Division of Fire Protection office, Harrisburg, PA. PASC dispatches Pennsylvania state resources.
STATE

State/Agency ID Unit Name

PA-PAS Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry, Division of Fire Protection

WEST VIRGINIA STATE DISPATCH CENTER – Unit ID: WV-WVSC

This dispatch unit is located at the Division of Forestry office, Charleston, WV. WVSC dispatches West Virginia state resources.
STATE

State/Agency ID Unit Name

WV-WVS West Virginia Division of Forestry


EASTERN AREA NON-GOVERNMENT UNITS
THE NATURE CONSERVANCY

This non-government unit has offices within a number of the Eastern Area states. Each unit will be dispatch from the closest Eastern Area Interagency Dispatch Center.
Unit ID Unit Name

CT-CTFN Connecticut Field Office

DE-CPON Conservation Programs Office – Delaware

IA-BKGN Broken Kettle Grasslands

IA-EIAN Eastern Iowa Office

IL-ILFN Illinois Field Office

IL-NACN Nachusa Office

IL-PEON Peoria Office

IL-RPON River Project Office

IN-BRON Blue River Project Office

IN-INFN Indiana Field Office

IN-KKSN Kankakee Sands Office

IN-SLMN Southern Lake Michigan

ME-MEFN Maine Field Office

ME-SMEN Southern Maine Office

MA-MAON Massachusetts Field Office

MD-ALFN Allegany Forest

MD-MDFN Maryland Field Office

MI-WMIN West Michigan Office

MN-CEMN Central Minnesota Office

MN-GLRN Glacial Ridge

MN-NEMN Northeast Minnesota Office

MN-NTPN Northern Tallgrass Prairie

MN-TAPN Tallgrass Aspen Parkland

MN-WDON Weaver Dunes Office

MO-DURN Dunn Ranch

MO-OSPN Osage Plains

MO-OZPN Ozarks Project Office

NH-GRHN Green Hills

NH-NHFN New Hampshire Field Office

NJ-PIBN Pine Barrens

NY-APBN Albany Pine Bush

NY-ENYN Eastern New York Office

NY-LION Long Island Office

NY-SFIN South Fork Shelter Island

NY-SHAN Shawangunks Unit

OH-EAPN Edge of Appalachia Unit

OH-FEPN Forest Ecology Project

OH-OAON Oak Openings Unit

OH-OHFN Ohio Field Office

THE NATURE CONSERVANCY, cont.
OH-SOHN Southern Ohio Office

PA-HAON Harrisburg Office

PA-PAFN Pennsylvania Field Office

RI-RIFN Rhode Island Field Office

VT-VTFN Vermont Field Office

WI-BAHN Baraboo Hills

WI-MRWN Mukwonago River Watershed

WI-WIFN Wisconsin Field Office

WV-WVFN West Virginia Field Office






21.2 INCIDENT RELATED ORDERING FOR EASTERN AREA

All ordering will follow the channels displayed below. When a request is filled, reverse the process to insure proper notification back to the requesting unit. Local agency dispatch offices should use cooperative agreements whenever possible.



When Eastern Area resources are unavailable, requests for resources will then be placed with NICC. Demobilization should follow the same dispatch channels. Units/Centers should stay within dispatch channels.




21.2.1 SUPPORT TO BORDER FIRES

Border fires are defined as a wildfire that has crossed the boundary from one geographic area into another or where the fire is expected to cross the boundary within two burning periods (see NMG, Ch. 20).
These are the existing Eastern Area Border Agreements and they should be followed where applicable:

  1. MNICS – Canada

  2. Northeastern Compact - Canada


21.2.2 MOBILIZATION AND DEMOBILIZATION INFORMATION
Electronic mail procedures will be used by all levels of dispatch. All travel information will be relayed electronically. This will either be through the Resource Order and Status System (ROSS) or by using the electronic mail Dispatch Messaging System (DMS). DMS .MOB’s will only be used for emergency crewmember demobilization or when travel information is not able to be entered into ROSS.

EACC DMS e-mail address: mneacmob@dms.nwcg.gov - This is to be used only for all resource order related information and status of national resources (commit messages).


EACC administrative e-mail address: mneac@dms.nwcg.gov - This is to be used for administrative mail and non-resource order related information, i.e.: team rotation schedules, vacancy announcements.

A. Sending units will relay estimated time of arrival (ETA) on resources assigned through normal dispatch channels.


B. Receiving units are responsible for confirming arrival of resources they ordered. Sending units do not confirm arrival of resources.
C. All Eastern Area resources (i.e.: engines, crews, helitack) dispatched through EACC will observe the following procedures. These procedures will enable the Coordination Center to track and mobilize resources more efficiently.


  1. When mobilizing to an incident, resources will check in with the receiving unit by telephone to the number identified on the resource order form when they will be more than ½ hour late or deviate from planned travel.




  1. Miscellaneous overhead driving to or being released from an assignment should check-in with the receiving unit.

When a charter aircraft is used to move resources, a completed flight schedule form must be electronically mailed to the Eastern Area Coordination Center at mneacmob@dms.nwcg.gov. The center will relay information to the appropriate dispatch center. Flight schedule forms are found on the EACC web site: www.fs.fed.us/eacc click on FORMS.


Status/Commit messages are required to note the change in status (committed, out of service, etc.) of national resources. As stated in Chapter 10 of the Eastern Area Interagency Mobilization Guide, this notification will be done by the electronic DMS mail system within 15 minutes of commitment. Use the following short and concise format: i.e. Helicopter has been committed to Michigan State, 20 miles north of Cadillac. Again, direct Status/Commit messages to mneacmob@dms.nwcg.gov.
21.2.3 INITIAL ATTACK AGREEMENTS

Agreements are established to authorize interagency involvement and provide cost effective suppression actions that benefit all agencies.


Within the Eastern Area, a unit may order resources directly from a neighboring unit, provided this direct ordering has been pre-identified in a written cooperative agreement or operating plan. When resources are requested utilizing a cooperative agreement, the sending unit can provide only the resources under its span of control. EACC should be notified when resources are committed. All initial attack resources responding to an incident under the authority of a cooperative agreement cannot be reassigned to another unit’s incident or be put into standby status without prior approval from the sending unit.
If a fire is beyond a unit’s jurisdictional boundary and additional resources are required, they must be ordered through EACC. All resources initially ordered under cooperative agreements and remaining on the incident beyond initial attack must also be formally ordered through EACC.
21.3 NON-INCIDENT ORDERING (See NMG, Ch. 20)



    1. COST CODING (See NMG, Ch. 20 for BLM, BIA, NPS, FWS, and FS codes.)



22 OVERHEAD/CREWS
Requests will be in one of these categories: C - Crews or O - Overhead. Personnel must meet qualifications as outlined in the NWCG Wildland and Prescribed Fire Qualification Subsystem Guide (PMS 310-1, NFES 1414). Forest Service employees must meet qualifications as outlined in FSH 5109.17 (Forest Service Handbook).

22.1 OVERHEAD/CREWS MOBILIZATION

Eastern Area Coordination Center will fill orders from the best, most logical source available. This choice will be made on the basis of urgency or need, availability, delivery time, cost effectiveness, closest forces concept and above all, safety.

When assigning overhead personnel, travel arrangements should meet the DATE/TIME NEEDED as requested on the resource order as best as possible. If any travel delays are experienced, notify EACC immediately. Travel arrangements should be made as one-way refundable ticket reservations only, no open end or round trip tickets. Rental cars for assignments are acceptable only if the requesting unit states this as part of the resource order instructions.
Eastern Area Resources dispatched to Western fires are normally expected to fly commercially. Exceptions to this will be documented as being fiscally efficient and safe, authorized by the incident and relayed through official dispatch channels. Normally, any dispatch requiring a one-way driving time of over ten hours, and/or driving in the dark, is not considered a safe mode of travel.
Crews will be transported by the sending unit to and from their designated mobilization point. Unit dispatchers and EACC will agree upon a report time and relay the ready to load time when mobilizing crews.
All resources being mobilized should review geographic area web sites (Intelligence Section) for current and expected fire weather/behavior and pertinent safety information of the destination point. The EACC website (www.fs.fed.us/eacc) provides links to all other geographic area websites.
22.1.1 MOBILIZATION CENTERS

Mobilization Centers can be activated by EACC for activity generated outside the local area, or by local units based upon their needs. Below are the established centers designated in the Eastern Area. The units listed are responsible for staffing the centers. Temporary mobilization centers may be designated at the discretion of the MAC Group or EACC.


Eastern Area Mobilization Centers
Responsible Unit Mobilization Point

Minnesota Interagency Fire Center

DLH = Duluth, MN

Mark Twain National Forest

STL = St. Louis, MO

State of New Hampshire/ White and Green Mountain NFs

MHT = Manchester, NH

PA Dept. of Conservation & NR

MDT = Harrisburg, PA

Each responsible unit will meet annually with local interagency partners associated with the mobilization center to review the operation plan. Units activating and utilizing the mobilization center will need to review and comply with the local area mob center operating plan.
The sending unit will provide resources with personal protective equipment (PPE) and gear.
Mob Center Managers will keep EACC informed of all ARRIVALS and DEPARTURES from their mobilization centers through dispatch channels.
22.2 OVERHEAD/CREWS DEMOBILIZATION
Emphasis will be placed on having personnel home no later than 2200 local time during all demobilization. Occasionally, the availability of transportation or other circumstances will dictate the time frames during demobilization. If resources cannot be reasonably expected to arrive home by 2200 hours local time, then mitigation measures are to be taken (such as remain over night at a local hotel) and documented on the resource orders.

22.2.1 NONSTANDARD DEMOBILIZATION

There are several nonstandard demobilizations that may occur, such as when the Agency requests an individual to be released, a family emergency, medical and disciplinary demobilizations. It is important to involve EACC and the IARR’s (Interagency Resource Representative) in any of these instances. When an emergency situation arises, confidentiality of the individual involved must be strictly maintained.



A. AGENCY REQUESTED RELEASE When the sending unit requests the employee to be released due to unforeseen commitments, i.e.: testimony for a trial or human resource issues.
B. EMERGENCY RELEASE When an emergency situation occurs, the family member or friend is to contact the home dispatch unit. The home dispatch unit will relay the message to EACC. EACC will promptly deliver the message. Personnel will not be contacted on an incident unless it is an emergency. It must be understood that communication is not easy and does not occur quickly on an incident.

C. MEDICAL RELEASE When there is an emergency on an incident, NICC and IARR’s will contact EACC. EACC will notify the sending dispatch unit through dispatch channels. Provisions should be made to address any special needs, i.e.: help deplaning, agency appointed escort, ambulance or special vehicle for transportation.
D. DISCIPLINARY RELEASE When a resource is released for disciplinary reasons, no reassignment will be considered. If a crewmember is involved the IARR will notify EACC. EACC will notify home unit. The home unit will be responsible for disciplinary action. It is very important to document all details.
E. PERFORMANCE ISSUES Unit Leaders and/or Incident Commanders will complete performance evaluations for all substandard performances (based on qualification levels or the ability to do the job) for suppression/support resources. These evaluations will be sent to the local line officer. EACC will be notified immediately if resources are to be considered unavailable.

22.3 CREWS (also see NMG, Ch. 20)

Crews will be ordered by type. Four types exist for National or Interagency assignments. They are: Type 1, Type 2 IA with initial attack capability, Type 2, and Type 3. Refer to NMG Ch. 60, Section 62.2 for minimum crew standards for national mobilization. Standard crew size is twenty (20) people maximum, and eighteen (18) people minimum (including Crew Boss, Crew Representative, and trainees).
All federal and state agencies should combine personnel into interagency crews for efficiency of mobilization. The National Interagency Mobilization Guide (Ch. 60) states the Eastern Area will maintain 15 crews during the fire season. Standard crew size is a crew boss, 4 FFT1s and 15 FFT2s (including trainees). Eastern Area has one Type 1 Trainee crew; the rest are Type 2 and do not require crew reps (CREP), but have special requirements for Type 2 IA. Units will be responsible to prepare employees for mobilizations. Crewmembers are required to have annual refresher training. Units should organize, train and equip crews. Units should ensure that crewmembers are fit for arduous duty for a minimum of 14 days.
All sending dispatch centers within the Eastern Area will use the ROSS system roster to FILL the crew request. In addition, all sending dispatch centers will provide to the crew boss a Passenger and Cargo manifest form (available on the EACC website) which matches the ROSS roster. Due to last minute changes, travel / flight itineraries should be entered into ROSS once the crew has mobilized and the flight has departed.
If EACC is arranging travel via commercial airlines, crew manifests must include full passenger name, gender, passenger and cargo weights, position, home agency/unit identifiers and demob point (3 letter airport designator) for each crewmember.
22.3.2 CREW MOBILIZATION

When crews are being transported via commercial airlines (Northwest, Delta, etc.) picture identification cards are required for all individuals to pick up boarding passes.


Crews traveling by air are not expected to arrive with hand tools or chainsaws. Requesting units are expected to order tools and/or saws from the Northeast Interagency Fire Cache (MN-NEK) for incoming crews traveling by air.
22.3.3 CREW IDENTIFICATION

Crew identification should reflect the name and agency identifier of the sending unit, NOT the identifier of the sending dispatch center. See below for example.


XX-YYY (XX = Alpha State Identifier) - (YYY = Alpha agency/Unit Identifier)
Right: MO-MTF - Mark Twain National Forest

Wrong: MO-MOC - Missouri/Iowa Interagency Dispatch Center
22.3.4 INTERAGENCY RESOURCE REPRESENTATIVE (IARR)

The IARR position will be ordered on an overhead resource order initiated by EACC. The IARR reports to EACC and is responsible for the safety and well being of all Eastern Area resources (individuals and crews). An IARR will be ordered for every four or more crews committed. The IARR is the responsibility of EACC to mobilize, demobilize and ensure proper notification to the receiving GACC.


Expectations of the IARR are to keep EACC informed of resource status and crew performance and assignment on a daily basis by providing reports. Reports should provide the following information: status and assignments of resources, morale, performance, and health. The IARR information will be documented and a crew report will be created by EACC and posted to the EACC website. (IARR Daily Crew Report form is available on the EACC website, IARR Qualification see 90.4.2)
The IARR must be highly skilled in fire business management, incident management procedures, accident reporting, commissary, travel, medical care procedures, mobilization and demobilization, and timekeeping in fire situations. The IARR is expected to possess knowledge of these policies as they relate to each agency represented by the Eastern Area. The IARR is expected to be self-sufficient which normally includes a rental car, agency cell phone and, possibly, a laptop computer with e-mail capability. Cell phone usage must be cost-effective (i.e. national coverage plan), otherwise use of land line phones with Government issued calling cards or e-mail should be used. When working with the Incident Command Team, the IARR will normally interact with the Planning Section Chief.


22.4 SMOKEJUMPERS (See NMG, Ch. 20)


    1. HELICOPTER MODULE (See NMG, Ch.20, IHOG NFES 1885)



22.5.1 ORDERING

Whenever a Call When Needed (CWN) helicopter is ordered, a helicopter module is required to support this resource. The requests for a module shall be placed on an overhead resource order, with a separate overhead request number for each position. Cross-reference notations should be made on the corresponding aircraft resource order to identify which module is assigned to which helicopter. The helicopter module will meet with their helicopter off site from the incident prior to arrival at the incident.


22.5.2 PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS FOR CWN HELICOPTERS
CWN Type 1 and 2 Helicopters There are two categories of helicopters: limited (no passenger carrying) and standard (passenger carrying).
For all agencies within the Eastern Area, the following CWN helicopter manager/module requirements shall be met:
TYPE 1 LIMITED MANAGER (HCWN) ONLY
TYPE 1 STANDARD MANAGER (HCWN) AND FOUR (4)

CREWMEMBERS (HECMs)


TYPE 2 LIMITED MANAGER (HCWN) ONLY
TYPE 2 STANDARD MANAGER (HCWN) AND THREE (3)

CREWMEMBERS (HECMs)

TYPE 3 & 4 MANAGER (HCWN) AND TWO (2)

CREWMEMBERS


Units requesting a module for a CWN helicopter will do so by an Overhead (O) request for each position.
For requirements during project use, refer to Interagency Helicopter Operations Guide (IHOG), NFES 1885.

22.5.3 QUALIFICATIONS
All helicopter managers and helicopter crewmembers must be qualified in accordance with agency policy. Refer to Interagency Helicopter Operations Guide, (IHOG, NFES 1885), for guidance. There is no type distinction between Type I, II or III helicopter managers or crewmembers.

22.6 COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR (See NMG, Ch.20)
A Communications Coordinator (COMC) must be assigned when a second 4390 Starter System is assigned to any incident within a 100 air mile radius of the first assignment 4390 System.
22.7 INCIDENT METEOROLOGIST (See NMG, Ch.20)
Local units will place a request for an Incident Meteorologist (IMET) directly to

the nearest National Weather Service office providing fire weather services. If one is not available locally, the request will be placed with EACC. See NMG, Ch. 20.22.7 for additional information.


A Fire Behavior Analyst (FBAN) will be ordered when an IMET is requested.

22.8 CACHE SUPPORT POSITIONS (See NMG, Ch.20)
22.9 INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAMS (See NMG & EMG, Ch.60)
22.9.1 NATIONAL AREA COMMAND TEAMS (See NMG & EMG, Ch.60)
22.9.2 NATIONAL PARK SERVICE ALL-RISK INCIDENT MANAGEMENT

TEAM (See NMG & EMG, Ch.60)
22.9.3 INTERAGENCY FIRE USE MANAGEMENT TEAMS (FUMT)

(See NMG & EMG, Ch.60)
Eastern Area hosts one FUMT (Bonefeld). See EMG Ch. 60 for additional information.
FUMTs configuration consists of the following positions:
A. Incident Commander, Type 2 (ICT2)

B. Safety Officer, Type 2 (SOF2)

C. Information Officer, Type 2 (IOF2)

D. Operations Section Chief, Type 2 (OSC2)

E. Planning Section Chief, Type 2 (PSC2)

F. Long Term Fire Behavior Analyst (LTAN)

G. Logistics Section Chief, Type 2 (LSC2)

H. (3 positions TBD after discussion with ordering unit)

22.9.4 INTERAGENCY FIRE USE MODULES (See NMG & EMG, Ch.60)
22.9.5 CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS DEBRIEFING TEAMS
A critical incident is any incident so unusually stressful and powerful that it breaks through an individual’s emotional defenses to cause an immediate—or delayed—emotional reaction that may be beyond a person’s ability to cope. Examples of critical incidents and when a briefing is required are:
-Death of an individual or a group of people
-Fire shelter deployment, loss of life following (or despite) unusual physical or emotional effort (in particular, for emergency or fire medical personnel)
-An accident with fatalities, or an incident with serious potential to have caused an accident
Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Teams should be available through an agency/state/tribal employee assistance program. If a team is not available at the local unit/area, requests for Debriefing Teams will be made to EACC on an overhead resource order. The National Park Service has two Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Teams available for interagency use.
22.9.6 ADMINISTRATIVE PAYMENT TEAMs (APTs) (See NMG & EMG, Ch.60)
22.9.7 BUYING TEAMS (See NMG & EMG, Ch.60)
Eastern Area hosts one BUYT (Thompson). See EMG Ch. 60 for additional information and BUYT configuration.
22.9.8 BURNED AREA EMERGENCY RESPONSE (BAER) TEAM (See NMG & EMG, Ch.60)
22.9.9 WILDLAND FIRE PREVENTION AND EDUCATION TEAMS (See NMG, Ch.60)

See EMG Ch. 60 for additional information and team configurations.
22.9.10 WILDLAND FIRE AND AVIATION SAFETY TEAMS (FAST) (See NMG, Ch.20)
22.9.11 AVIATION SAFETY ASSISTANCE TEAMS (ASAT) (See NMG, Ch.20)
22.9.12 FIRE SECURITY POSITIONS
The job titles for ground level security personnel working in the facilities and field security areas reflect the training and experience necessary to safely accomplish the job.

22.9.12.1 SECURITY SPECIALIST I
a. A Security Specialist I is a qualified peace officer, law enforcement officer, or commissioned officer. Security Specialist Level I (SEC1), per the National

Interagency Mobilization Guide, is authorized or equipped to make arrests or serve warrants and is agency certified.



Order Procedures for Forest Service resources only:

SEC1 resources will be placed on Forest Availability lists by Supervisory Law Enforcement Officers (SLEO’s). The Supervisory LEO’s will maintain and update SEC1 resource availability with Forest Dispatchers. LE&I personnel are approved to fill resource orders for other than law enforcement jobs, provided they meet the ICS qualifications. Supervisory LEO’s are expected to have at least one person available at any given time to assist in filling SEC1 request/s. If no SLEO’s can be contacted, the Regional Office (R-9) Regional Patrol Commander (Berniece Anderson) or Special Agency in Charge (Rich Glodowski) should be contacted immediately. Any requests for Special Agents or Investigators are to be coordinated with the Regional Office and EACC.


b. Peace officers, law enforcement officers, and commissioned officers who fill the Security Specialist I position shall report to the incident with their defensive equipment. Defensive equipment shall be transported and carried in accordance with respective agency policies.

c. The following is a comparison of equivalent ratings among agencies. However, when actually ordering, ensure that the individual is certified at the level specified (i.e. Security Specialist I).


FS: Law Enforcement Officer

STATE: Title varies by state

BLM: Ranger/Agents

BIA: Commissioned Officers

NPS: Commissioned Officers

FWS: Refuge Officers



22.9.12.2 SECURITY SPECIALIST II
A. A Security Specialist II has, at a minimum, Forest Service Protection Officer training and experience (or another agency's equivalent) and is skilled in recognizing actual and potential security problems.
B. Security Specialist II (SEC2) is not authorized or equipped to make arrests or serve warrants, but is agency certified.
22.9.13 HUMAN RESOURCE SPECIALIST
The following applies to Forest Service incidents only. A Human Resource

Specialist will be ordered for Forest Service incidents with 300 or more people.

Incident Commanders should evaluate the need for this position on incidents with

less than 300 people and order one if needed.


22.9.14 UNION REPRESENTATIVES
Incident Commanders of Type I and Type II Incident Management Teams are responsible for notifying the EACC via the unit dispatch center when a fire has reached a level of three hundred (300) individuals on a Forest Service fire or three hundred (300) Forest Service employees on other than a Forest Service fire. The Incident Commander will notify the local agency administrator who will contact the appropriate union representative. Notification will include the fire name and the name of the Incident Commander.
22.9.15 INCIDENT BUSINESS ADVISOR (IBA)
This position works under the direct supervision of the agency administrator and in coordination with the incident management team during the incident. The primary duty of the Incident Business Advisor is to provide the agency administrator with an overview of the fiscal management of the incident, and make recommendations for improvements.
This position should be a problem solver, provide recommendations on issues, be a source of local, regional or even national knowledge, and be a helpful consultant to the incident's command and general staff for the tough or unusual situations that occur. The Incident Business Advisor must be a person with vast experience and the aptitude to work with people and effectively identify and help solve problems under extreme pressure situations. The agency administrator will request an Incident Business Advisor as soon as it is determined that the fiscal scope of the incident dictates additional oversight.


23 EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES (See NMG, Ch. 20 and NFES Catalog Part 1: Fire Supplies and Equipment)
23.1 EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES MOBILIZATION (See NMG, Ch.20)
23.1.1 ORDERING PROCEDURES
In addition to those identified in the National Interagency Mobilization Guide, procedures for supply orders for all agencies are as follows:
A. All supplies should be ordered using the resource order form directly to the cache via computer or fax with receipt confirmed by a phone call.
B. Fire replacement orders (see Ch.20, Exhibit 18) must also follow the appropriate dispatch channels and ordered directly to the cache.

C. Resource orders must contain:


1. Realistic date and time needed.
2. Standard pack and unit of issue, using NFES numbers.
3. Transportation/delivery instructions.
4. A valid charge code
Prior to placing an order, units should check orders to identify immediate critical item needs, cost effectiveness, numbers and completeness.
Non-standard items must be agreed upon in advance or purchase locally.
23.1.2 NATIONAL INTERAGENCY SUPPORT CACHE
The Northeast Interagency Fire Cache (MN-NEK), located in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, is the National Interagency Support Cache for the Eastern Area.
ALL STATES AND FEDERAL UNITS WILL ORDER DIRECTLY TO NEK THROUGH RESOURCE ORDERS, FIRE REPLACEMENT FORMS, PURCHASE ORDERS, OR REQUISITIONS. States and Dept. of Interior agencies will need to obtain charge codes from EACC for fire related ordering. Items ordered through the cache system for purchase most likely will be reconditioned to national standards. If new items are desired, one can purchase directly from GSA or the supplier. Contact the NEK manager for further details.


23.1.3 INCIDENT SERVICE AND SUPPLY PLAN
Refer to Section 25 in the Interagency Incident Business Handbook for specific documents to be included in the service and supply plan.
23.1.4 RECOMMENDED DISPATCH OF EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
The following items should be considered when an Incident Management Team

is ordered:


Starter System ICS Command/Logistics Radio System NFES #4390
Region 9 Mobile Cache Van (NFES 7521)
Medical Unit Leader
Caterer (along with Contract Officers Representative (COTR) and Food Unit Leader (FDUL)
Shower Unit
Additionally, teams have "pre-orders" which will be relayed and negotiated with the requesting unit at the time of dispatch.



      1. Procedures for Ordering Northeast (NEK) 100 person

mobile support cache Van (NFES 7521)

The Northeast Interagency Fire Cache (NEK) does not stock the National

Mobile Cache Support Van (NFES 2069) but instead stocks a R9 Mobile

Cache Support Van (NFES 7521). The R9 Mobile Cache Support Van (NFES

7521), contains incident base supplies like overhead function kits, copy machines and tactical firefighting supplies like pumps, hose, hand tools, etc.. The NEK will have two R9 Mobile Cache Support Vans (NFES 7521) loaded in semi-trailers available each spring. Additional R9 Mobile Cache Support Vans will be activated as necessary. When the Cache’s ability to build these regional kits is exhausted, National Mobile Cache Support Vans (NFES 2069) may be brought in from other National Caches to fill the need.
Mobilization for the Mobile Cache Support Van will be coordinated by NEK through EACC.
When the need exists to have a R9 Mobile Cache Support Van pre-positioned somewhere besides the Northeast Interagency Fire Cache, a preparedness resource order will be submitted by the requesting unit and transmitted to EACC through normal dispatch channels. EACC will transmit the request to NEK for mobilization to the requested destination for preposition.
Dispatching of the Cache Van on Host Unit Incidents:
When needed on the unit, the host unit will TRANSFER the unit from the preparedness order to an incident resource order. The resource order will then be transmitted through normal dispatch channels to EACC. EACC will then notify NEK.
Dispatching of the Cache Van to another Unit’s incident:
The requesting unit will place a resource order through normal dispatch channels with EACC. EACC will place the resource order with the host unit for assignment of the cache van to the off unit incident. The host unit will arrange for movement to the incident (furnish drivers). EACC will notify NEK of the movement to an incident by relaying the resource order activating the cache van.
23.2 EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES DEMOBILIZATION (See NMG Ch.20)
A Cache Demob Specialist (CDSP) is recommended for demobilization of any incident requiring an incident management team. Equipment release information must be promptly relayed through dispatch channels using ROSS or shipping status forms in a timely manner.

NEK requires notification prior to returning supplies and equipment. Returned items should be boxed and a NFES 1472 Interagency Incident Waybill provided prior to shipment. A copy of the NFES 1472 Interagency Incident Waybill listing the items including incident order number and charge code is required. Fire Cache personnel will be able to answer any questions that may arise concerning the demobilization of supplies and equipment. Drivers of return loads must have the required NFES 1472 Interagency Incident Waybill for the load or may not be allowed to unload until the Waybill is obtained.


All items furnished to incidents by the Northeast Interagency Fire Cache (NEK) are considered to be on loan and must be RETURNED. All items must be returned in a timely manner to NEK during the demobilization process of the incident. If items are requested to be retained after an incident, the items are required to be transferred from the INCIDENT ORDER to a PREPAREDNESS ORDER. It is very important that equipment not be retained for anticipated needs unless prior arrangements have been made through EACC. Some items are expendable; i.e.: rations, disposable mess gear, one quart disposable canteens, gloves, etc. These expendable items, if used, should not be returned. Items which are NOT expendable and have continuing use/value should be returned; i.e.: canteen covers, pack frames, fire tools, sheaths, spare parts, etc.
Hazardous Material: Most incidents use petroleum products in their operations; gasoline, diesel, mixed fuel, etc. These fuels or products should remain or be recycled by the host agency where the incident occurred to be used for control burn projects, etc. The containers (i.e. gas cans, saws, pumps issued from the cache) must be purged and returned to the cache. In the event that full or partial containers of these products must be disposed of, contact local contractors for disposal.
Hose should be drained, dried, and rolled following the control of the incident and returned to NEK immediately. Certain types of hose begin to deteriorate at a rapid rate even with slight dampness. For this reason, do not store used hose for later use; it must be returned to NEK promptly. Kits used on an incident should be reassembled before they are returned to facilitate reconditioning. Report all usage and or damage prior to return shipment.
Following a Type I or II incident, NEK will provide a Fire Loss/Use Report to the appropriate Forest/Agency Office showing the amount and cost of equipment sent and items returned to date from a particular incident. Any questions on these procedures, please contact EACC.


    1. NATIONAL INTERAGENCY SUPPORT CACHE ORDERING

PROCEDURES (See NMG, Ch.20)
23.3.1 NFES ITEMS IN SHORT SUPPLY (See NMG, Ch.20)
23.3.2 FIELD OFFICE REPLENISHMENT DURING FIRE SEASON
Agencies will use the NFES 1300 Incident Replacement Requisition form to place replenishment orders to the cache through normal dispatching procedures. Replacement orders must be the results of local fire suppression activities and have the appropriate wildland fire fund code. See replacement procedures outlined in 23.3.4.
23.3.3 FIELD OFFICE REPLENISHMENT OUTSIDE OF FIRE SEASON
Preparedness or orders outside of fire season should be submitted to GSA or other sources of supply as appropriate. This avoids duplicate transportation and handling costs.

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