Air Force Be Ready Page
ACC Public Affairs
/ Published September 03, 2019
JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS, Va. --
Disasters come in many forms; explosions, hurricanes, tornadoes, and others. Being prepared can reduce fear, anxiety, and losses that accompany these disasters. Individuals, families, and communities should know what to do in the event of a fire and where to seek shelter during a tornado. Knowing what to expect and how to prepare makes any crisis more manageable.
Everyone should have a plan. Take these three simple steps to start preparing.
Get a Kit - Assemble a collection of first aid supplies, food, water, medicines, and important papers that can sustain you and your family until the emergency passes.
Make a Plan - You and your family members may not be together when an emergency strikes. Planning ahead will improve your chances of keeping in touch, staying safe, and quickly reuniting.
Be Prepared - Anticipate emergencies most likely to affect you and your family. This guide will help you think through the basics of preparing yourself and your family for all hazards.
When you get a chance visit the Air Force Be Ready page at https://www.beready.af.mil/ for more resources on disaster preparedness.