There are 16 national "Type 1" Incident Management Teams (IMT’s) available for assignment to manage large-scale, complex incidents anywhere in the United States. These incidents usually involve large wildfires, but Type 1 Teams can be assigned to any complex all-risk situation which could include hurricanes, floods and other disasters. Several Type 1 teams were assigned to assist FEMA after the September 11th attack, the shuttle recovery effort and Hurricane Katrina.Alaska Incident Management Team members have expertise in finance, logistics, operations, information, safety, and planning, and are drawn from many local, state, and federal agencies throughout Alaska and the Lower 48 states. The Alaska Team is committed to conducting operations in a safe and cost effective manner while maintaining an environment of respect for all people assigned to or affected by the incident.
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The National Capital Region Incident Management Team primarily serves the communities surrounding the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments jurisdictions. We are available for EMAC requests as needed to serve the collective good on regional, state and national requests for assistance. Program Manager: Daryl Louder
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Southern California Incident Management Team 3Incident Commander: Mike WakoskiDeputy IC: Ken Kempter
Southwest Type 2 IMT - Alan Sinclair, IC
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Southwest Area Incident Management Team 4 is a federally certified incident management team comprised of fire and emergency professionals from various federal, state, and local land management and emergency agencies.An incident management team is dispatched or mobilized during complex emergency incidents to provide a command and control infrastructure in order to manage the operational, logistical, informational, planning, fiscal, community, political, and safety issues associated with complex incidents.
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Southwest Type 1 IMT - Bea Day We are one of 16 Type 1 IMTs in the United States. Our Team operates under the standards of the National Wildfire Coordinating Group with oversight by the Southwest Area Coordinating Group. We are comprised of members from local, state and federal organizations from all across the U. S., but primarily the Southwest.
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Southwest Type 1 – PIERSON - We are currently - On Assignment - Cedar fire Showlow ArizonaThis is a National Type 1 Incident Management Team operating under the standards of the National Wildfire Coordination Group with oversight by the Southwest Coordinating Group. We are comprised of members from local, state and federal organizations from all across the U. S., but primarily the Southwest.
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