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Hurricane Preparedness

Guantanamo Bay Hurricane Preparedness 2020: Are You Ready?

“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.”   -Benjamin Franklin

Hurricane season begins June 1st for Naval Station Guantanamo Bay (NSGB), but the time for planning and preparing is now. This special edition of the Guantanamo Bay Gazette has information to help you, your family, and your pets be in the best situation should the worst happen: this is not an area which you ever want to fail to plan.

 

Online Hurricane Preparedness Resources

Ready.gov (www.ready.gov) – Emergency planning information and tools for all personnel.

NFAAS and Page 2 (https://navyfamily.navy.mil) – Web based accountability assessment and recovery tool for disaster-affected Navy personnel and their families. Ensure Page 2 is updated.

FEMA (www.fema.gov) – Offers information on a range of natural and man-made disasters and guidance for protecting families and their property.

National Hurricane Center (www.nhc.noaa.gov) – Coordinating with the National Weather Service, the National Hurricane Center provides tropical weather analysis and forecasts in efforts to save lives, mitigate property loss and improve economic efficiency by issuing watches and warnings.


2020 Hurricane Preparedness Guide

 
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