The roadside front compartment provides access to the Onan diesel 8kw generator on this 28-foot trailer.
This mobile command center is part of a larger command post system for the Morongo Band of Mission Indians’ Emergency Management Department.
2 exterior scene lights illuminate the area during any response.
3 work stations, ample storage and a full-size electronics equipment rack complete the communications area of the mobile command.
The full perimeter wire chase system permits easy access to all cables.
The rear ramp provides access to the cargo area with fold-down table, a jump seat bench and D-rings.
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians, a sovereign nation in California, utilizes the Command-28-3WS Mobile Command Center in efforts to provide public safety and disaster response.
This command allows the Emergency Management Department to communicate with its response partners in the county and region.
The Mobile Command Center is part of a larger command post system that allows for disaster response operations and management of preplanned and special events.