This 39-foot Mobile Emergency Operations Center (MEOC) was manufactured by Mobile Concepts with state-of-the-art technology for Goodfellow Air Force Base in Texas. The vehicle features a Gelcoat fiberglass exterior, telescopic LED scene lights, two rooftop heat pumps and an electric-operated awning. An Onan 8-kilowatt generator with a 20-gallon fuel cell, remote start and ATS is also included.
Main features of this MEOC include a Land-Mobile Satellite system with two receivers, a 1.2-meter internet satellite dish, a PTZ night vision camera on an aluminum pole, a 25-foot manual mast and a slideout. There are also DOT-approved LED marking lights and three entry doors.
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.
This MEOC features a galley and lavatory. The galley has a microwave, mini refrigerator, Keurig brewing system and storage cabinets. The lavatory has a commode with two cartridges, vanity and a sink.
The workspace in this MEOC features four work areas with 110-volt, 12-volt, CAT 6 and antenna connections at each. The electrical panel features 110-volt and 12-volt digital amp and volt meters.
Above the work area is a custom set of cabinets with dry erase surfaces. Mounted on the wall is a 26-inch LCD TV for use as a computer monitor.
The Command39-4WS-MEOC Mobile Emergency Operations Center (MEOC), manufactured by Mobile Concepts for Goodfellow Air Force Base in Texas, is equipped with communications equipment that allows for transfer of data with their 17th Training Wing.
Data can also be transferred from the MEOC to local and state agencies. This Operations Command serves as an on-the-scene emergency operations center for the incident commander. It also can be used for mobile telecommunications, operational support or power generation for on-site management of disasters.
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