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UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO National Guard CBRNE ENHANCED RESPONSE FORCE PACKAGE (NG CERFP) 101 BRIEF Version TY-11 SearchExtractionDecon / MedicalFSRT.

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1 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO National Guard CBRNE ENHANCED RESPONSE FORCE PACKAGE (NG CERFP) 101 BRIEF Version TY-11 SearchExtractionDecon / MedicalFSRT

2 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO NG CERFP Mission On Order: Responds to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high yield explosive (CBRNE) incident and assists local, state, and federal agencies in conducting consequence management by providing capabilities to conduct patient decontamination, emergency medical services, and casualty search and extraction.

3 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO Formative Dates May Chief NGB directs the standup of a “CBIRF” like capability within the National Guard August States stood-up a capability to respond to a CBRNE incident with the capability to perform mass casualty decon and medical treatment and triage –Note: All 12 passed an External Evaluation conducted by 1 st and 5 th Army Observer Controller Teams Oct States completed Search and Extraction training Dec 05 – Dec 06---NGB & ARNORTH update draft T&EOs for Mass Casualty Decontamination and drafted T&EOs for C2, Medical and Search and Extraction FY06---Congressional legislation directed the establishment of five additional NG CERFP teams for a total of 17 (FY06 NDAA)

4 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO Formative Dates (cont.) May NGB receives Joint Requirements Oversight Council (4-star level) approval for the NG CERFP capability June CNGB announced the 5 New States (GA, MN, NE, OH, VA); October 2007 projected date for validation September NGB, ARNORTH & JITEC conduct Decon & Medical MTT pilot course at Camp Dawson, WV. November 06---NGB J3 requested ARNORTH Support in the External Evaluation of the 5 New States December NG CERFP T&EO finalized and CERFP JMETs drafted September Three of five New States complete their EXEVAL and validated by TAG, (Remaining two validated April & June 2008) March Full Operational Capability (FOC) for the NGB CERFPs Version: TY-11

5 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO Joint Staff Validation NG CERFP is a validated program with an approved mission. CJCS validated CERFP as a Joint Capability and requested DoD fund the Program in the POM. JROCM signed 17 August, Version: TY-11

6 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO CERFP Organization and Training This capability is dual mission and modular Units provided additional specialized equipment and training to conduct operations in a CBRNE/Collapsed structure environment Authorized 14 additional days per year over the 39 days of statutory training Receive NFPA certified search and extraction training and meet to operate in confined space collapsed structure Must complete an External Evaluation every months Specialized equipment meets NIOSH/OSHA Standards Units trained to operate within the National Incident Management System HAZMAT Operations level trained IAW OSHA Regulation At least one NG CERFP in each FEMA Region CASUALTY EXTRACTION CASUALTY EXTRACTION DECON MEDICAL CERFP Command & Control CERFP Command & Control FATALITY SEARCH AND RECOVERY (FSRT) FATALITY SEARCH AND RECOVERY (FSRT) MTOE Eng CO (50 Pax) MTOE Chem CO (75 Pax) ANG Medical Group (45 Pax) MTOE BN HQ C2 (16 Pax) ANG Recovery Team (11 Pax) Version: TY-11

7 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO Battalion Level Command and Control Element  Establishes Commanders Critical Information Requirements (CCIR) for the CERFP ADVON Team  Recall, assemble and brief CERFP elements for deployment  Ensures personnel recalled and ready to deploy within 6 hours of notification  Operates within the National Incident Management System; and plans all CERFP incident site operations in support of the Incident Commander’s IAP. Version: TY-11

8 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO Casualty Search and Extraction Element MTOE Engineer Company / ANG Red Horse Squadron Listening Devices and Thermal Imaging Cameras Extraction Tool Kit Wash, DCOklahoma CityBeaufort, SC Receive NFPA certified training to operate in collapsed structures and confined spaces Specialized equipment meets NIOSH/OSHA standards Trained to operate within the National Incident Management System Version: TY-11

9 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO Mass Casualty Decontamination Element MTOE Chemical Company Chemical / Radiological Monitoring-Ambulatory  Establish CBRNE response decontamination site  Force sizing and specialized equipment designed to support the mission operational objectives of 75 non-ambulatory and 225 ambulatory personnel per hour throughput Non-Ambulatory Decontamination Lane Ambulatory Decontamination Re-dress Area Decontamination Generator and Water Distribution Site Version: TY-11

10 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO Medical Element Air National Guard Medical Group  Provides medical triage, injury stabilization and treatment for CBRNE casualties  Ten medical personnel complete a collapsed structure confined space and pre-hospital trauma life support course of instruction; provide medical triage in confined spaces capabilities  Supports the throughput of 75 non-ambulatory and 225 ambulatory per hour Version: TY-11

11 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO Fatalities Search and Recovery Team (FSRT) Air National Guard Services Flight  Coordinate CERFP Incident Commander IAP fatalities recovery operations  Conducts search and recovery of CBRNE fatalities to be turned over to the IC  Trained to the HAZMAT Operations level  Aligned to support each CERFP state  FSRT also operate in Level B PPE with PAPR Version: TY-11

12 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO NG CERFP Alert Options Command and Control Team Alert Recall: Option 1---Recall per CERFP CONOPS, ready to deploy NLT 6 hrs after notification (i.e. unplanned emergency deploy scenario) Option 2---Recalled and Pre-positioned (e.g. NSSE) Option 3---Recalled and placed on “stand-by” at Home Station Armories/Hangers (i.e. imminent threat notification) M-Day (traditional Guard) status until activated Utilization in State Active Duty, Title 32 or Title 10 5 AGRs per CERFP (2 Majors, 3 E7s)

13 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO N+0 N+1.5 N+3< N+6 N+8 < N+ 12 Assembly Area Or NG CERFP Main Deploys to Assembly Area or Staging Area Incident Site Staging Area Local & State First Responders NG CERFP Hot Zone CST MAIN CST MAIN CST ADVON CST ADVON CERFP ADVON CERFP ADVON CERFP MAIN CERFP MAIN CERFP Alerted CERFP ADVON Departs CST Notification CST ADVON Departs CST Main Departs CERFP MAIN Departs NG CERFP CERFP Tier II & III Response Operations N+6 to N+72 Hours Concept of Operation Response Timeline CSTs & NG CERFP Provide A Phased Capability CSTs detect and identify CBRNE agents/substances, assess the effects and advise the local authorities on mitgating the effects of the attack and assist with request for other forces CERFPs locate and extract victims from a contaminated environment, perform medical triage/treatment, conduct patient/casualty decontamination and fatalities recovery. Version: TY-11

14 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO NG CERFP Concept of Operations Hot Zone Warm Zone Incident Command Post Wind Direction Cold Zone WMD-CST monitoring CERFP Search & Extraction With Integrated Medical Personnel Medical Monitoring as needed Chemical / Radiological Monitoring WMD-CST Survey Team WMD-CST Survey Team Civilian Patient Evacuation Medical Treatment Non-Ambulatory Transport Medical Triage Casualties Collection CERFP Decon FSRT Ops Version: TY-11

15 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO High Specialized Federal Assets (LD/HD) Federal Civilian DoD (Title 10) Specialized Regional Response Assets Required Capabilities and Resources Low Pre-Event24-48 Hours48-96 Hours30 DaysFirst 12 Hours NG CERFP Incident Private Sector National Guard Hours Local Emergency Services Mutual Aid Agreements & Interstate Compacts Immediate Response Reinforcing Response SA & Joint C2 throughout Tiered Response JOCJTF-State JFHQ-State NGB JOC National Response Spectrum WMD CST NGRF Traditional Forces WMD-CST x 5 Military Response…National Guard Military Response…NG and AC Version: TY-11

16 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO Planned End State FY13 VI PR TX CA MT AZ ID NV NM CO OR UT IL WY KS IA NE SD MN ND OK FL WI MO WA GA AL MI AR IN LA PA NC NY MS TN VA KY OH SC ME WV VT NH MD NJ MA CT Region V Canada Mexico AK Region VI Region IX Region X Region VIII Region VII Region IV Region III Region II Region I RI DE DC RI DE DC Hawaii Region IX Hawaii Region IX HRF States CERFP States Version: TY-11

17 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO NG CERFP Mission Planning The NG CERFP will operate within the supported/supporting State’s Emergency Management Incident Command (IC) System. NG CERFP will not be in the lead but in a supporting role when requested via the Emergency Management System. CERFP response operations will be organized and supported within the tiered response of Local, State, and Federal responders. NG CERFP will work in coordination with other military forces and commands as part of the overall national response of local, State and Federal Assets. NG CERFP may be pre-positioned at designated locations in anticipation of a potential CBRNE incident i.e. a possible threat based on up to date and vetted information, or at a designated National Special Security Event (NSSE) Version: TY-11

18 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO NG CERFP Mission Planning (cont.) If federalized, the NG CERFP will operate under the operational control of the supported COCOM. NG Forces employed may also include the WMD CSTs, EMEDS, Combat Service Support, Chemical, Engineering and other elements required for emergency support. Version: TY-11

19 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO Key CERFP Employment Elements This supports applicable State and Federal response plans: Local Authorities (Incident Commander) CST (for CWA/TIC/TIM threat characterization) State Authorities (Gov, TAG, SEMA) Federal Authorities (FEMA, COCOM) Version: TY-11

20 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO Provide HAZMAT certification training assistance to NG CERFP Units Conduct onsite Liaison Operations with the IC Coordinate with JFHQ-State on alert and deployment of NG CERFP per IC request Facilitate Receiving, Staging, and Onward Integration (RSOI) of NG CERFP Secure communications support during CERFP incident site operations Sustained incident site hazard characterization (e.g. plume model, agent degradation/decay rate data) WMDCST Support of the CERFP Mission EXAMPLES Version: TY-11

21 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO NG CERFP C2 Element Training Requirements Search and Extraction (24 hours) CMD element personnel attend the MTT vendor delivered CERFP C2 Extraction Mission Staff Planning course. Other Required Training: CERFP CONOPS/Operational Capabilities of a CERFP in support of HLD (JITEC) HAZMAT OPS (24 hours) (Local Fire Academy, JITEC) NIMS and ICS (online) Emergency Response to Terrorism (online) C2 Element participates in the EXEVAL train up (crawl, walk, run phases); and scheduled annual collective exercises. C2 members are also asked to attend the (annual/semi-annual) JITEC Observer-Controller training IOT provide O/C support for the TY/FY EXEVAL schedule. Version: TY-11

22 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO NG CERFP S&E Element Training Requirements Basic Casualty Search and Extraction Course (75 hours) Conducted at the Response International Group, Inc. training facilities in Oklahoma City, OK NFPA certified to operate in confined space collapsed structures Other Required Training: HAZMAT OPS (24 hrs) (Local Fire Academy, JITEC) NIMS and ICS (online) CERFP CONOPS/Operational Capabilities of a CERFP in support of HLD Emergency Response to Terrorism (JITEC) Combat Lifesaver (CLS-40 hrs) recommended not required for validation CMD/Staff members attend the MTT vendor delivered C2 Extraction Mission Staff Planning course (24-hours) S&E Element participates in the EXEVAL train up (crawl, walk, run phases); and scheduled annual collective exercises. S&E members are also asked to attend the (annual/semi-annual) JITEC Observer-Controller training IOT provide O/C support for the TY/FY EXEVAL schedule. Version: TY-11

23 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO NG CERFP Decon Element Training Requirements Eight (8) days of training –NET on Casualty/Patient Decon System, and the Mobile Mass Decon Trailer –HAZMAT Ops –CONOPS/Operational Capabilities of a CERFP in support of HLD –NIMS and ICS –Emergency Response to Terrorism –Patient/Mass Casualty Decon procedures, to include integration with the Medical Teams CMD/Staff members attend the vendor MTT delivered C2 Extraction Mission Staff Planning course (24-hours) The Decon Element participates in the EXEVAL train up (crawl, walk, run phases); and scheduled annual collective exercises. Decon members are also asked to attend the (annual/semi-annual) JITEC Observer-Controller training IOT provide O/C support for the TY/FY EXEVAL schedule. Version: TY-11

24 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO NG CERFP Medical Element Training Requirements Eight (8) days of training: HAZMAT Ops (24 hours) CERFP CONOPS (JITEC) Operational Capabilities of a CERFP in support of HLD –Medical Overview and EMEDS Equipment Set Familiarization –Hands-on integration with DECON team operations NIMS and ICS (online) Emergency Response to Terrorism (online) Other Required Training: Ten (10) Airmen must attend the CERFP Basic S&E Course (75 hours) Emphasis on medical PHTLS and some engineering support tasks CMD/Staff members attend the vendor MTT delivered C2 Extraction Mission Staff Planning course (24-hours) The Medical Element participates in the EXEVAL train up (crawl, walk, run phases); and scheduled annual collective exercises. Medical members are also asked to attend the (annual/semi-annual) JITEC Observer-Controller training IOT provide O/C support for the TY/FY EXEVAL schedule. Version: TY-11

25 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO NG CERFP Fatality Search and Recovery Team Five (5) days of training: HAZMAT OPS (24 hours) (Local Fire Academy, JITEC) CONOPS/Operational Capabilities of a CERFP in support of HLD (JITEC) –Coordinated training with the CERFP S&E element –Technical decontamination NIMS and ICS (online) Emergency Response to Terrorism (online) The FSRT Element participates in the EXEVAL train up (crawl, walk, run phases); and scheduled annual collective exercises. FSRT members are also asked to attend the (annual/semi-annual) JITEC Observer-Controller training IOT provide O/C support for the TY/FY EXEVAL schedule. Version: TY-11

26 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO Summary CERFP: A regional Response Force Package with the capabilities to extract victims from a contaminated environment, perform patient / casualty decontamination, medical triage and treatment, and the recovery of fatalities in support of an IC, and civil or military authorities Manning MTOE Units M-Day (traditional Guard) status until activated Utilization in State Active Duty, Title 32 or Title 10 5 AGRs per CERFP (2 Majors, 3 E7s) Training/Certification MOS/AFSC Qualified NIMS Compliance OSHA Hazmat Operations NFPA Technical Rescue Certification Equipment - specialized equipment meets NIOSH/OSHA Standards Version: TY-11

27 UNCLASSIFIED / FOUO NGB CERFP 101 Brief Questions Q1. Why is March 2009 a formative date in the NGB CERFP program? A1. Full Operational Capability (FOC) for the NGB CERFPs (slide #) Q2. What is the Operations level course all CERFP members must complete? A2. Hazmat Operations (OSHA ) (slide #) Q3. Each CERFP will complete an EXEVAL before validation; what level of authority validates the CERFP readiness? A3. The State TAG. (slide #) Q4. Identify the 3 CERFP Command and Control Team Alert Recall Options A4. Pre-position, Recall and ready to deploy NLT 6 hrs after notification, and Pre-staged at Home Station (slide #) Q5. What capabilities do medical personnel completing the Search and Extraction training provide the CERFP? A5. Medical triage in confined spaces capability (slide #) Q6. What are the operational throughput objectives of the Decon Element? A6. 75-non-ambulatory casualties and 225 ambulatory casualties per hour (slide #) Q7. What is the mission of the CERFP FSRT? A7. Conduct the search and recovery of fatalities from a CBRN incident. Version: TY-11


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