Bring Your Dog to Work Day is just another day on the job for Elizabeth and her K-9, Ventoux. They're a part of Virginia Task Force 1 Urban Search and Rescue and have worked together for 6 years on disasters including Hurricane Sandy and the 2015 earthquake in Nepal.
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Håkon Ufert
Nate McHugh
We're excited to welcome our new Administrator, Brock Long, who was sworn in this morning. A big thank you to Bob Fenton for serving as Acting Administrator the past few months.
Were excited to welcome our new Administrator Brock Long who was sworn
Karen O'Connor Hunter
John Robuck
Westly Martin
Cindy brings with it very heavy rainfall and potential flooding.
Remember: It takes just 12 inches of rushing water to carry away a small car, while 2 feet of rushing water can carry away most vehicles. It is NEVER safe to drive or walk into flood waters.
[ Floodsafety.noaa.gov Link ]
FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency 06/22/2017
Alison Cox
Beverly Will
Disaster Planning & Preparation
As this storm continues, be aware of your surroundings and never drive through flooded roads. Continue to keep a close eye on the forecast and listen to directions from local officials.
As this storm continues be aware of your surroundings and never drive
Szilvia Sara
If you're impacted by the heavy rainfall from Tropical Storm Cindy: avoid flooded roads, keep a close eye on the forecast, & listen to directions from local officials. Be safe.
If youre impacted by the heavy rainfall from Tropical Storm Cindy avoid
If you live along the Gulf Coast:
▪ Keep a close eye on the forecast throughout the end of the week for Potential Tropical Cyclone #3.
▪ Know where to go in case of #flashflooding
Get more up-to-date forecast information at
FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency 06/20/2017
Eric Smith
Yousuf Khan
Eric Matos
Jason Haynie
With not one, but two potential tropical storms forming in the Atlantic, now is a good time to make sure your hurricane plan is ready. Download the FEMA App to get weather alerts from U.S. National Weather Service (NWS) ([ Fema.gov Link ] and visit: [ Ready.gov Link ]
With not one but two potential tropical storms forming in the Atlantic
Jennifer Webb
Sharon Gaye Vinson-Jones
We couldn’t help sharing a few more photos from Girl Scouts Day. Lots of future emergency managers around our offices today!
We couldnt help sharing a few more photos from Girl Scouts Day
Simik Ghookasian
Irene Humes
The Girl Scouts have taken over FEMA offices across the country today. They’re taking part in interactive and informative activities like First Aid basics, making 911 calls, and creating family communications plans. Each Girl Scout will be able to earn a Disaster Readiness Patch for participating.
The Girl Scouts have taken over FEMA offices across the country today
Jim Shrader
Theresa Riga
Kat Kreis
U.S. National Weather Service (NWS) is calling for dangerously high temps across the west this weekend. Spend time indoors, stay hydrated, & check on neighbors who may need extra help.
US National Weather Service NWS is calling for dangerously high temps across
Flag Day facts: The U.S. Flag was adopted on June 14th, 1777, and the current 50-star version in 1960.
Mary Robison
All members of the family should have at least three days of supplies in case of emergencies—pets included! Visit [ Ready.gov Link ] for more info.
Center for Independent Living of Central PA
Sharon Lawrence
Tina Marie Ryan
Jake Lewis
Late April/early May brought strong storms and heavy rains to Missouri, leaving parts of the state to deal with historic flooding. When disasters like this happen, voluntary organizations play an essential role in helping to clean up the damage and kickstart the recovery process. Here's a look at some of these volunteers in action, as well as federal, state, and local officials as they conduct...
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Late Aprilearly May brought strong storms and heavy rains to Missouri leaving
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It has been one year since the Cascadia Rising 2016 exercise with more than 20,000 participants in the Pacific Northwest where partners across the government, community and private sectors came together to test their capabilities to respond to a catastrophic earthquake. This video, courtesy of the Washington Emergency Management Division, shows the Washington State Emergency Operations Center...
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Sue Obannon
Barbara Jansen
Our disaster survivor assistance teams are going door-to-door in flood-affected parts of Missouri to help people apply for assistance.

If you received damage from the floods, apply online at [ Disasterassistance.gov Link ]. You can also apply by calling 800-621-3362 (711 or Video Relay Service available) or 800-462-7585 (TTY).
Our disaster survivor assistance teams are going doortodoor in floodaffected parts of
Juli Ncognito
Fer Medina
Beverly Will
If you live in Missouri and were affected by severe storms, tornadoes, and flooding in April & May, you could be eligible for disaster assistance.

Apply online at [ Disasterassistance.gov Link ]. You can also apply by calling 800-621-3362 (711 or Video Relay Service available) or 800-462-7585 (TTY).

The following counties are eligible for assistance:
Bollinger, Butler, Carter, Douglas,...
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If you live in Missouri and were affected by severe storms tornadoes
Joni King
Robin Hunicutt
Donna Engelbert
Hoy inicia la temporada de huracanes del Atlántico. Prepare a su familia y su hogar con consejos de listo: [ Ready.gov Link ]
Marcus Pun
Danny M Preston
Mitsa Waya
Today's the start of the Atlantic hurricane season. Prepare yourself, your family, & your home with tips from Ready: [ Ready.gov Link ]
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Brenda Kelly-Frey
Karen Hehir Gordon