Mobile Concepts manufactured this 35-foot Mobile Emergency Operations Command trailer for California’s March Air Reserve Base. It features an electric slideout and Gelcoat fiberglass exterior. There is an electric awning, leveling jacks, telescoping scene lights, emergency lights and DOT-approved LED lighting. The roof features two heat pumps and a Land-Mobile Satellite system.
This MEOC features a FLIR thermal imaging camera on a 20-foot mast, PTZ night vision camera on an aluminum push-up pole and a 42-inch exterior LCD TV with a roll-up door. There are two entry doors to the vehicle and an Onan 8kw diesel generator with 20-gallon fuel cell and remote start.
The vehicle features a galley with a mini refrigerator, microwave, Keurig brewing system and storage area. There is also a fully-functional lavatory with commode and custom aluminum cabinets for added storage.
The interior features a workspace that includes five workstations. Each workstation has 110-volt and 12-volt receptacles, CAT6 connections and an antenna pre-wire. There is also a 26-inch television and overhead storage cabinets with dry erase fronts.
This conference area in the MEOC features a seven-person conference table, telecommunications accessibility, storage compartments with dry erase fronts and is wired for PBX phones. The interactive SMART Board technology allows for presentations and research in the group setting.
The Command35-5WS- Slideout was manufactured by Mobile Concepts for March Air Reserve Base in California.
With the future addition of a mobile broadband internet satellite system, this command center will qualify as a FEMA Type 3 Mobile Emergency Operations Center (MEOC).
Mobile Emergency Operations Commands (Mobile Ops) have a variety of communications capabilities that allow for constant and reliable contact between both federal and local responders. A FEMA Type 3 classification means the MEOC has met certain criteria set forth by the federal government.