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Emergency Management

The Naval Base San Diego Emergency Management Program provides guidance, planning, and training to installation departments and tenant commands located within the NBSD geographical area of responsibility on various man-made threats and natural disasters.

NBSDINST 3440.1L and tenant command Emergency Action Plans support COMNAVREGSWINST 3440.1B and other applicable emergency response and recovery documents at local, county, and state levels.

To receive a copy of NBSDINST 3440.1L, please contact the NBSD Emergency Management Office.

NBSD Emergency Management Office: 619-556-0791 
NBSD EOC Battle Watch Team: 619-556-7615/5555

Ready Navy

The Navy is on the scene worldwide helping those impacted by disaster. We do a great job of responding to other’s emergencies but how well are you and your family prepared to respond to a disaster at home?

What is Ready Navy?
Ready Navy is the Navy family emergency preparedness program. This program’s focus is the well-being of our military families following a disaster. Our Sailors need to know their families are prepared to handle any situation on their own.

Take the Ready Navy Quiz!

Why participate?
Emergencies can strike quickly and without warning and can force you to evacuate you neighborhood or confine you to your home. What would you do if basic services – water, gas, electricity or telephones – were cut off? Local officials and relief workers will be on the scene after a disaster, but they cannot reach everyone right away. Your family may be on their own for up to 72 hours. You can cope with disaster by preparing in advance and by working with your family as a team. Ready Navy is an integral part of personnel readiness. The more prepared you and your family are, the after and more secure they will be in a disaster. That sense of security allows our Sailors to stay more focused on their assigned mission. For additional information and planning tools, click here


Ready Navy



Evacuation from Navy Installations

American Red Cross

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

SD County OES (Office of Emergency Services)

U.S. Northern Command

U.S. Department Homeland Security (DHS)

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