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Despite the recent spate of snow in Hampton Roads, JTF-CS is ready for Exercise Sudden Response 18!
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Snowfall is headed to Hampton Roads. Here&#39;s a picture of what NOT to do. For tips on how to drive in the snow, visit <a href="http://exchange.aaa.com/safety/driving-advice/winter-driving-tips/" target="_blank">http://exchange.aaa.com/safety/driving-advice/winter-driving-tips/</a>
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Our oncoming DCRF trains like these Army Reserve soldiers do: in full chem gear while performing urban search and rescue, and running a mass decontamination line. The training isn&#39;t an easy one - kudos to our fellow CBRN military members!
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Hugh Lessig from the Daily Press in Newport News sat down with JTF-CS's Richie Richardson to talk about an app he and a team of experts created.
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Welcome back! JBLE-Langley and JBLE-Eustis Inclement Weather Installation Update for Jan. 9, 2018. JBLE-Langley and JBLE-Eustis are OPEN for Jan. 9, 2018. Employees are expected to report to work on time. All base services are on normal operating hours.
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Stay safe out there!
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JBLE-Langley and Eustis Inclement Weather Installation Update: --JBLE-Langley or Eustis is OPEN under LIMITED OPERATIONS for JAN 4, 2017. --Mission Essential Personnel ONLY are to report to work on time. A decision will be made on January 4 ,2017 about the bases for January 5, 2017. Weather updates will be posted here via Facebook as well as on Twitter @JBLEstatus. You can also call the JBLE Hotline at (757) 764- 7550 / (800) 553-3302.
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Much of North America is under freezing temperatures and southeast Virginia is no exception. If you have to go outside, be sure to dress for the weather.
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Happy holidays from JTF-CS!
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Yesterday, one of our own, Richie Richardson, had an interview with FedNews Radio in DC about a web-based application he helped create. The app is designed to improve response to a CBRN event in the US. Stay tuned for more!
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An important reminder for the holiday season, especially for those who got a live tree before Thanksgiving (you know who you are). Keep your indoor tree well hydrated and away from electrical sockets or candles.
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These scientists are looking for ways to improve the chemical masks military and first responders wear. Time to get your CBRN geek on!
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At JTF-CS, we work side-by-side with the National Guard every day to protect this nation, as they have been doing for the last 381 years. Happy Birthday, National Guard!
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Our Commander, Maj. Gen. Richard Gallant, was a panelist at this DTRA conference. Check out the video!
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Today marks the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, an event that, as Franklin Roosevelt said, "will live down in infamy." #PearlHarbor #Remember
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Jan. 19, 2018

JTF-CS fully prepared for Washington deployment exercise

FORT EUSTIS, Va. – Undaunted by the snowy weather, members of Joint Task Force Civil Support are completing preparations for a deployment to Exercise Sudden Response (SR) 18 At Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, January 23 to 30.The command post exercise in Washington allows JTF-CS members to demonstrate capabilities in response to a simulated

Jan. 10, 2018

IN A CRISIS, DATA-SHARING APP HELPS PUT PIECES TOGETHER

Joint Task Force-Civil Support, a command based at Fort Eustis, has put the finishing touches on an application that, in the event of a crisis, allows information sharing across federal, state and local agencies, between commanders and people on the ground, and enables operators to pull in local data on utilities and infrastructure.

Dec. 18, 2017

JTF-CS Overloads on Training

More than 40 members of Joint Task Force Civil Support trained and tested communication, power and interoperability systems at Felker Army Airfield at Ft Eustis, Va. December 12-15, 2017.

Nov. 21, 2017

JTF-CS Trains at Ft. A.P. Hill

Nov. 21, 2017

Mobile Training Team helps DCRF prepare for 2018 operations

FT. BRAGG, N.C. - A 25-person Mobile Training Team (MTT) conducted an introduction to response operations conference for more than 100 Defense CBRN Response Force (DCRF) commanders and their support staffs Nov. 14-17 at Ft. Bragg, N.C.The Joint Task Force - Civil Support MTT is helping DCRF forces prepare to assume mission operations in 2018. Many

Oct. 31, 2017

JTF-CS Welcomes New Senior Enlisted Leader

Joint Task Force Civil Support welcomed its new senior enlisted leader, Air Force Chief Master Sergeant James L. Brown, during a change of responsibility ceremony at Mullan Hall Oct. 27, 2017.Brown becomes the ninth senior enlisted leader in the 18-year history of the command, replacing Navy Command Master Chief Jeffrey A. Covington. Covington is