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Combined Arms Training Center

 

Combined Arms Training Center

Marine Corps Installations Pacific

Camp Fuji, Japan
Combined Arms Training Command Deck

Commanding Officer

Col Michael D. Reilly

Sergeant Major

SgtMaj Jonathan M. Wyble



CATC Camp Fuji Mission
CATC Camp Fuji provides U.S. Forces the premier training facility in Japan, supports operational plans, and strengthens relationships with Joint and Japanese partners in order to ensure U.S. forward deployed and based forces are ready for contingency operations.

Current Base Weather Condition

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CODE YELLOW (Open With Reasonable Delays) - The base is open on time. Reasonable delays (up to 2 hours) for reporting to work are excused. Unscheduled leave may be authorized.

黄色(2時間までの管理休暇)- 基地は時間通り通常の運営をしていますが、状況に応じ最大2時間までの管理休暇が許可されます。また、予定外の有給を使用することも可能です。

 

BLUF -At 0635 hours on 01OCT2018 JST - the CO has given Camp Fuji the All Clear.  

Please note the Yellow Road conditions still stand to accommodate unforeseeable / unknown local road conditions. 


 

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TCCOR Definitions // What Is Required--

TROPICAL CYCLONE CONDITIONS OF READINESS (TCCOR) CONDITIONS

  • TCCOR 5 - Winds of 50 knots sustained or greater are possible within 96 hours

Obtain sandbags for residence.  Review all TCCOR checklists and actions.  

 

  • TCCOR 4 - Winds of 50 knots sustained or greater are possible within 72 hours

Obtain emergency supplies.  Have 72 hours of food and water on hand.  Review all TCCOR checklists and actions.

 

  • TCCOR 3 - Winds of 50 knots sustained or greater are possible within 48 hours.

Remove or secure all outdoor/balcony items.  Fill vehicle gas tanks.  Keep important documents safe/accessible.  Clean debris from gutters, storm drains, sidewalks, and ditches near your quarters.  Low lying area residents relocate vehicles to higher ground.

 

  • TCCOR 2 - Winds of 50 knots sustained or greater are anticipated within 24 hours.

Continue securing outside items.  Be prepared to cover broken windows.  Sandbag door sills.

 

  • TCCOR 1 - Winds of 50 knots sustained or greater are anticipated within 12 hours.

Move sensitive items away from windows or cover with plastic.  Fill bathtub with water, turn refrigerator/freezer to highest settings.  Keep children home from school.  Move sensitive items away from windows.

 

  • TCCOR 1 Caution - Winds of 35-49 knots sustained are occurring.

All non-essential travel is suspended.  Non-essential personnel should return to place of residence and remain indoors.  Pick up children from school within 1 hour.  

 

  • TCCOR 1 Emergency - Winds of 50 knots sustained or greater are occurring.

All personnel will remain indoors and stay away from windows.  

 

  • TCCOR 1 Recovery - Winds of 50 knots sustained or greater are no longer forecast to occur.

Strong winds may still exist.  Personnel will not leave their residence/shelter unless called into work by Unit Commander.  Report all damage to your local reporting authority.

 

  • Storm Watch - Winds are not forecast to exceed 50 knots sustained but there still exists a

Probability of high winds due to the proximity of the storm.  It is also close enough that a heightened alert status is necessary should the storm deviate from the forecast track.  Remain alert and monitor the radio.  Exercise caution while outdoors.

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