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Emergency Management

Emergency Preparedness

Be Informed: Find out what disasters are most likely to happen in your area and the history of their occurrence, and learn about any specific instructions or information you may need to know regarding these specific disasters.

Have a Plan: Another important tool you and your family need to prepare for possible emergencies is a family preparedness plan. Everyone in the family should understand what to do, where to go, and what to take in the event of an emergency.

Your emergency plan should include how your family will communicate with each other, particularly if normal communication methods, such as phone lines or cell towers, are out. Have a contact person outside the area that each member of the family can notify that they are safe. Also, plan ahead for how you will evacuate the area and where your family will meet if you are evacuated separately.

Learn about the mustering requirements at your command and become familiar the Navy Family Accountability and Assessment System (NFAAS) ( If you are stationed overseas, learn about additional Noncombatant Evacuation Orders procedures.

Build a Kit: The best way to prepare for the unexpected is to create one or more emergency kits that include enough supplies for at least three days. Keep a kit prepared at home, and consider having kits in your car, at work, and a portable version in your home ready to take with you. These kits will enable you and your family to respond to an emergency more effectively. Your various emergency kits will be useful whether you have to shelter-in-place or evacuate. Be sure your kits address the needs of small children, individuals with special needs, and your pets.

The following links provide helpful information to assist you in preparing for Hurricane Season. For additional information, click on the Hurricane Preparedness link on the left menu.

  • Navy Family Accountability and Assessment System (NFAAS) Information

    Navy Family Accountability and Assessment System (NFAAS) standardizes a method for the Navy to account, assess, manage, and monitor the recovery process for personnel and their families affected and/or scattered by a wide-spread catastrophic event. NFAAS provides valuable information to all levels of the Navy chain of command, allowing commanders to make strategic decisions which facilitate a return to stability.

    NFAAS allows Navy Personnel to do the following:
  • Report Accounting Status
  • Update Contact/Location Information
  • Complete Needs Assessment
  • View Reference Information


Command Info Line: 1-855-267-9173

Destructive Weather Preparedness Hotline Numbers
NAS Kingsville Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
(Follow Your Chain of Command first)
361-516-4170, 4171, 4172, 4173

American Red Cross (San Antonio): (210) 224-5151
Animal Defense League: (210) 655-1481

Pets are not allowed in lodging or in any shelter. Please contact local animal shelters or veterinary clinics. (See below)

In San Antonio
Responsible Pet Owners Alliance: (210) 822-6763

NAS Kingsville
Emergency Management Officer (EMO): (361) 516-4350
EMO Duty Cell: (361) 533-7954
Public Affairs Officer (PAO) (361) 516-6500
PAO Duty Cell: (361) 438-8197
Safety Officer: (361) 516-6153, Duty Cell: (361) 438-6932
Command Duty Officer (CDO) 361-218-7182

Training Air Wing TWO
TW-2 Safety Officer: (361) 516-6497
VT-22 Operations Officer: (361) 516-4065
VT-22 Safety Officer: (361) 516-6112
VT-21 Operations Officer: (361) 516-4065
VT-21 Safety Officer: (361) 516-4037

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