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A woman geologist describes a slide showing the parts of an earthquake.

PHOENIX—The Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs (DEMA) hosted a tabletop exercise in mid-June to identify, disentangle and discuss the hardships a community impacted by an earthquake might face during a long and complicated recovery.

Projects stemming from state declared disasters using money from the Governor's Emergency Fund

PHOENIX--Monsoonal weather combined with the remnants of Hurricane Norbert brought torrential rain to Arizona, flooding many portions of the state in September 2014. Maricopa, Pinal and La Paz Counties experienced significant infrastructure damage. Numerous roads were closed due to severe flooding. 

Arizona Army National Guard Spc. Eriberto Paredes, a utility equipment repairer works under a with Spc. Sabrina Carrico, a wheeled-vehicle mechanic, as Carrico

JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska - An impact wrench sounded off as a wheeled vehicle mechanic broke loose a stubborn bolt on an M1097 Humvee at the combined support maintenance shop at Camp Denali on Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson, Alaska.


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