Hurricane Conditions

Five: Annual alert condition in effect from 1 June through 30 November. Unit plan is reviewed and updated.

Four: 72 hour alert. There is a tropical storm or hurricane in the Atlantic that is expected to make landfall within 72 hours. It's not certain where it will make landfall. Personnel are alerted that they are subject to recall.

Three: 48 hour alert. There is a good possibility that the approaching storm could make landfall in our area within 48 hours. Personnel not on leave or TAD are recalled. Personnel are assigned to flyaway crews. Dependents should evacuate inland. Whether it is to a friends or relatives house, Lackland AFB, or Ft. Polk. This location provides shelter for personnel and dependents (If you plan leave the local area, please let the Evacuation Coordinator know well ahead of time).

Two: 24 hour alert. There's a good possibility that the approaching storm could make landfall in our area within 24 hours. Make final preparations for the storm. Aircraft are flown away to safe areas. 

One: 12 hour alert. 



                
                            
Last Modified 9/19/2013