· Religious Support Teams provide hope after Ike
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla -- For the first time, military chaplains and the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster are collaborating their efforts to provide cohesive spiritual response to those affected by the next hurricane.
· Weather forecasts protect Air Force, Americans TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla -- With Hurricane Ike taking aim at the east coast of Texas and its path still unpredictable, forecasters with the 601st AOC CONR Weather Support Team continue working around the clock to answer the No. 1 question on people's minds: Where will it strike?
· Joint ops plan driving hurricane mobility response
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla -- As Hurricane Ike marches across the Gulf of Mexico, military and civilian disaster response forces continue to coordinate requests for mobility support outlined in a new joint operations plan that removes hurdles previously impeding response to natural disasters.
· ACCE team leaves for Hurricane Ike support
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla -- Only days after the team returned from Louisiana following Hurricane Gustav, the Air Forces Northern Air Component Coordination Element left here Sept. 10 for San Antonio as Texas braced for Hurricane Ike.
· CORRECTION: Air Forces Northern readies for next series of tropical storms, hurricanes
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla -- In a press release distributed Sept. 7, Air Forces Northern incorrectly reported that it moved a 12-person Air Component Coordination Element, or ACCE, team to Virginia in preparation for Hurricane Hanna. In actuality, the team deployed with Army North's operational command post in Alexandria, La., for Hurricane Gustav.
· In Ike's eye: Search and rescue poised, ready TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla -- Under the command and control of the First Air Force commander here, joint search and rescue forces are prepositioned and capable of executing response and recovery operations for those who may be affected by Hurricane Ike.
· Air Forces Northern readies for next series of tropical storms, hurricanes
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- While the remnants of Hurricane Gustav and Tropical Storm Hanna soaked the Gulf and East coasts this week emergency response forces, assigned to Air Forces Northern here, remain poised to react as Hurricane Ike inches its way toward the Florida Keys and possibly the Gulf of Mexico.
· JPRC continues to prepare for Gustav TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla -- The 601st Air and Space Operations Center's Joint Personnel Recovery Center continues to make preparation with states in the potential path of Hurricane Gustav
· AFNORTH assisting with Gustav MedEvac
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla -- Air Forces Northern here is coordinating with numerous civilian and government agencies in Texas and Louisiana to assist with the evacuation of critical-care patients in anticipation of Hurricane Gustav's landfall.
· AFNORTH activates JPRC for Gustav
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla -- The 601st Air and Space Operations Center has activated the Joint Personnel Recovery Center in preparation for landfall of Hurricane Gustav.