Our Experience

Practical Field Experience

Early Alert’s extensive experience with mitigating, planning for, responding to, and recovering from actual disasters and major emergencies, underscores our comprehensive knowledge, skills and abilities. Actual incidents include numerous tropical cyclones, severe weather events, tornadoes, floods, oil spill responses, earthquakes and tsunamis, biological and chemical hazardous materials incidents, mass immigration, urban search and rescue, aviation crashes and other transportation incidents, terrorism, civil riots and unrest.

Representative Listing of Actual Disaster Responses and Recovery Experience:

U.S. Midwest flooding event in MO, IA, IL, NE, March and April 2019; Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Severe weather outbreak, AL, GA and FL, March 2109; Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Cumberland River flooding event, TN, February 2019: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Eastern Canada Winter Storm, February 2019: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Camp and Woolsey Wildfires, CA, November 2018: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Western Pacific Super Typhoon Yutu, October 2018: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Hurricane Michael, U.S. Gulf Coast, October 2018: Situational Awareness, Critical Decision-making support, and Incident Management Support Team deployment.

6.7 Japan Earthquake, September 2018: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Carr and Mendocino Complex Wildfires, August 2018: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Major Winter Storms of 2018: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Major Winter Storms of 2017: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

Hurricane Nate, U.S. Gulf Coast, October 2017: Situational Awareness, Critical Decision-making support and Incident Management Support Team deployment

Hurricane Harvey, U.S. Gulf Coast, August 2017: Situational Awareness, Critical Decision-making support and Incident Management Support Team deployment

Gatlinburg, TN Wildfires, December 2016: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

Hurricane Matthew, October 2016: Situational Awareness, Decision-making support and Incident Management Support Team deployment

Orlando, Florida Terrorist Attack, June 2016: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

Major Severe, Winter Storm and MS Valley Flood, December 2015: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

Paris, France attacks, terrorist incident, November 2015, Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

Chile Earthquake and Tsunami, September 2015: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

Super Typhoon Soudelor in the Western Pacific, August 2015: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

South Napa California, Earthquake, August 2014: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Hurricane Arthur, June 2014: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Major Winter Storms of 2014: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Calgary, Canada Flooding Event, June 2013: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Boston Marathon bombings event, April 2013: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Hurricane Sandy, 2012: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Hurricane Irene 2011: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Tornado outbreak in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Virginia, April 25-28, 2011: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, 2010: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Hurricane Hugo 1989: EOC Operations and Disaster Field Office/Disaster Recovery Center lasting 90+ days

Hurricane Andrew, 1992, Incident Commander, Florida City Operations, 90+ days

Hurricane Andrew, 1993, FEMA ESF-5, Housing Task Force Support, 90+ days

Mississippi Flooding, 1993, FEMA Disaster Field Office ESF-5 Operations, 7 days

Hands-OnHurricane Opal, 1995; State EOC Operations lasting 5+ days; Local EOC Operations lasting 12+ days

Value Jet disaster in the Florida Everglades 1996: Logistics Operation, Decon Operations and Recovery Technician.

Florida Wildfires 1998: Local EOC Operations lasting 11+ days; Mutual aid EOC Operations lasting 10+ days

Tropical Storm Josephine 2003: Local EOC Operations lasting 4+ days

Hurricanes Dennis, Katrina, Rita and Wilma 2005: IMT Command Post and EOC Operations lasting 120+ days

Tornados 1998, 1999, 2004, 2006: Command Post and EOC Operations lasting 3+ days each

Deer Park, TX Chemical Fire, March 2019: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Northern Plains, Upper MS Valley, and Upper Great Lakes Winter Storm, March 2019: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Super Typhoon Wutip, Western Pacific & Guam, February 2019: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Northeast, Lower Great Lakes, and Northern Mid-Atlantic Winter Storm, January 2019: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Eastern Pacific Hurricane Willa, October 2018: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Hurricane Florence U.S. Mid-Atlantic, September 2018: Situational Awareness, Critical Decision-making support, and Incident Management Support Team deployment.

Holy Wildfire, U.S. West Coast, August 2018: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Volcano and Earthquakes, Hawaii, 2018: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Severe Weather Outbreaks, Central U.S., March and April 2018: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.

Hurricane Irma, Florida, September 2017: Situational Awareness, Decision-making support and Incident Management Support Team deployment

Tropical Storm Cindy, TX and LA, June 2017: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

Fukushima, Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, November 2016: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

Nice, France Bastille Day attack, terrorist incident, July 2016, Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

Major Winter Storms of 2016: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

San Bernardino, California Terrorist Attack, December 2015: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

Hurricane Joaquin and associated catastrophic flooding in the Carolinas, September 2015: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

California Wildfires, August/September 2015: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support

Tōhoku, Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, 2011: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Joplin, Missouri, EF-5 Tornado event, May 22, 2011: Damage assessment, EOC and FEMA JFO coordination

Hurricane Isaac and Tropical Storm Debby, 2012: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Northeast Blizzard of February, 2013: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Black Forest Wildfire El Paso & Elbert County & Colorado Springs, CO, June 2013: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Western Pacific Super Typhoon Haiyan, impacting Philippines & Vietnam, November 2013: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Tsunami Warning and Watch for the Southwestern Pacific and Solomon Island region, April 2014: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Hurricane Cristobal, August 2014: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Major Winter Storms of 2015: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Severe weather and winter storm events of 2009 and 2010: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

Additional disasters including: Transportation, Marine, Hazardous Materials, Mass Casualty, Mass Immigration

Hurricane Andrew, 1992: Command Post, EOC Operations and Debris Mgt Task Force lasting 90+ days

Hurricane Andrew, 1992, Presidential Task Force, 14+ days

``Storm of the Century`` 1993: EOC Operations lasting 14+ days

Northridge Earthquake, 1994, FEMA Disaster Field Office, ESF-5 Operations, 14 days

Hurricane Erin, 1995; State EOC Operations lasting 8+ days

Hurricane Georges 1998: Command Post and EOC Operations lasting 90+ days

Hurricane Floyd 1999: Local EOC Operations lasting 4+ days

Hurricanes Charley, Danielle, Frances, Gaston, Ivan and Jeanne 2004: IMT Command Post and EOC Operations lasting 120+ days

Wild Fire Florida 1996 and 2006: Command Post and EOC Operations lasting 60+ days

Wenchuan Earthquake, Sichuan, China, May & June 2008 Situational Awareness and Decision-making support, 30 days

I-35W Mississippi River bridge collapse in Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 1, 2007: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support

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