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General Hurricane Season: 1 June - 30 November
Hurricane Evacuation Authorization Guide for DTS
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Check out the most frequently asked questions about Hurricanes
How to Submit Your Evacuation Voucher
Air Force Personnel Accounting and Assessment System Mobile App
How to download AFPAAS on iPhone (click here) and Android (click here)
AFPAAS Web Browser (click here)
Family Disaster Plan CY22
Local Guides by County
Straight Talk Line: (833) 787- 8855 / (833) STR - 8TLK
(813) 304 - 1697 (on base only)
Tropical Storm WATCH
Sustained winds of 39 - 73 mph are possible within the specified area in the next 48 hours
Tropical Storm WARNING
Sustained winds of 39 - 73 mph are expected within the specified area in the next 36 hours
Sustained winds of 74 mph or higher are expected within the specified area in the next 48 hours.
Sustained winds of 74 mph or higher are expected within the specified area in the next 36 hours.
NOTE: A Warning can remain in effect when dangerously high water and/or waves continue even if winds are less than hurricane force.
HURCON 5: Destructive winds are possible within 96 hours (2).
HURCON 4: Destructive winds are possible within 72 hours.
HURCON 3: Destructive winds are possible within 48 hours.
HURCON 2: Destructive winds anticipated within 24 hours.
HURCON 1: Destructive winds anticipated within 12 hours.
HURCON 1C: Caution: Winds of 40-57 mph/35-49 knots sustained are occurring.
HURCON 1E: Emergency: Winds of 58 mph/50 knots sustained and/or gusts of 69 mph/60 knots or greater are occurring.
HURCON 1R: Recovery: Destructive winds have subsided and are no longer forecast to occur; survey and work crews are permitted to determine the extent of the damage and to establish safe zones around hazards (e.g. downed power lines, unstable structures). Non-essential personnel are asked to remain indoors.
NOAA National Hurricane Center
Hurricane Evacuation Entitlements
Emergency Notification Signals
Additional Preparedness Resources
After A Disaster
Be Ready Kids