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  • Sign showing Preparedness Symposium
    Emergency Management
    Preparedness Symposium brings community together

    Recently, the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs (DEMA) hosted more than 350 emergency management professionals to discuss how the whole community can work to avoid a cyberattack, improve communication technology and infrastructure, and prevent a water crisis.

     

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  • Arizona National Guard Scholarship
    Army National Guard
    Arizona Guard ROTC Scholarships Available

    The Arizona National Guard has many eduction assistence tools for Guardsmen to continue their education. Scholarships are availble for eligable Guardsmen looking for means to pay for their schooling. Take a look at the flyer above for more details. Deadline to apply are Sept. 1 for fall semeter and Dec. 1 for Spring semester.

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  • Building inspectors Alexis Doward (top left), John Flumerfelt (top right) and Leonard Ferrante (seated)
    Emergency Management
    Arizona assists U.S. territory in its recovery and building toward future

    In September 2017, Hurricanes Irma and Maria crossed the Caribbean and devastated several countries and territories, including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the storms caused a combined $140 million of damage to water supply, sanitation, food supply, electricity, transportation, communications, security, medical care and shelter. The destruction of basic and critical infrastructure shook the foundation of residents’ way of life to its core.

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  • Arizona National Guarad prepares to deploy to border Media Advisory
    Army National Guard
    Arizona National Guard prepares to deploy to border

    Media Advisory
    Apr. 6, 2018

    Arizona National Guard prepares to deploy to border

    PHOENIX - The Arizona National Guard has activated a team of planners today to coordinate the deployment of 150 Guard personnel to the border next week.

    These service members will provide mission-enhancing capabilities that allow Customs and Border Protection personnel to provide more law enforcement officers to the field.

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  • A tabletop participant holds speaks into a microphone as other participants listen attentively.
    Emergency Management
    Arizona preps for earthquake through mass migration and care exercise

    In comparison to its coastal neighbor, the Grand Canyon State does not experience high levels of earthquake activity. In southern California alone, residents experience about 10,000 earthquakes each year. Because of this ratio, Arizona can be a reliable partner during earthquake response.

    Planning under the adage of it’s not a question of if, but when the big one may hit, Arizona is taking steps now to be ready for California’s call.

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Wendy Smith-Reeve addresses the the Electric Infrastructure Security Council’s World Summit on Infrastructure Security
Emergency Management
Wendy Smith-Reeve addresses the the Electric Infrastructure Security Council’s World Summit on Infrastructure Security
Image of DEMA interns, past and present
Emergency Management
Image of DEMA interns, past and present
Soldiers patrol the outer-perimeter of a village, on the Stanford Training Area, United Kingdom, during the culminating event of Steppe Eagle 2016, on July 29
Army National Guard
Soldiers patrol the outer-perimeter of a village, on the Stanford Training Area, United Kingdom, during the culminating event of Steppe Eagle 2016, on July 29
Image of people working around a table
Emergency Management
Image of people working around a table
Arizona Army National Guard Spc. Eriberto Paredes, a utility equipment repairer works under a with Spc. Sabrina Carrico, a wheeled-vehicle mechanic, as Carrico
Army National Guard
Arizona Army National Guard Spc. Eriberto Paredes, a utility equipment repairer works under a with Spc. Sabrina Carrico, a wheeled-vehicle mechanic, as Carrico

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