Boise IMT Aids in Greensburg Tornado Relief

August 2007
Fire Chief;Aug2007 Supplement, Vol. 51, p6
Trade Publication
The article provides an overview about the aids given by Incident Management Team (IMT) of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for the victims of EF-5 tornado in Greensburg, Kansas. The base camp aid from the IMF provided the victims their personal daily needs including food, temporary shelters and evacuation. On other hand, the 2007 National Mobilization Guide outlined the mobilization process for the National Incident Management Organization teams.


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