This 35-foot Mobile Emergency Operations Center (MEOC) was manufactured by Mobile Concepts for Muniz Air National Guard in Puerto Rico. The exterior is made of Gelcoat fiberglass and features a PTZ night vision camera mounted on an aluminum telescoping pole and a Land-Mobile Satellite system with two receivers. There is an on-board 8-kilowatt generator with a 20-gallon fuel cell, remote start and ATS.
This MEOC features two roof-mounted heat pumps, telescopic LED scene lights, a 24-foot awning, dual entry doors and DOT-approved LED marking lights. Electric leveling jacks, five antenna-ready connections and a green emergency strobe light are also installed on the vehicle.
This seven-person conference table is a highlight of the interior. The conference area features a pocket door for added privacy and its own exterior entry door. There is a 26-inch LED TV and 110-volt, 12-volt, CAT6 and antenna connections. Overhead cabinets give added storage space.
The inside features a number of items critical to a MEOC. The work area houses four workstations, each with 110-volt and 12-volt receptacles, CAT6 and antenna pre-wire. A 26-inch LED TV is mounted on the wall and can be used for entertainment or as a computer monitor during meetings.
The galley area features a mini refrigerator, microwave, Keurig brewing system and custom cabinets for storage. Beside the galley is a functional lavatory with a commode and two cartridges, vanity and sink.
Mobile Concepts designed and manufactured a Mobile Emergency Operations Center for Ramstein Air Base in Germany.
Muniz Air National Guard Emergency Management Agency’s Command35-4WS-MEOC Mobile Emergency Operations Center (MEOC), manufactured by Mobile Concepts, is a deployable vehicle used in Puerto Rico for communication support during disasters.
This trailer can function as an on-site central command and control center for state emergency management agencies, local first responders and the armed forces. This vehicle can be equipped with systems that support both military and civilian frequency communications and interoperability.More Mobile Command CentersRequest Information