May 16, 2002 Full-Scale Exercise, Dane County Regional Airport
May 09, 2002
Ray Peña (267-2542, email@example.com)
On May 16, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Dane County, the City of Madison and the State of Wisconsin will hold a full-scale exercise under the federal Domestic Preparedness (Terrorism) Training and Exercise Program. This is the third of three exercises reinforcing training received in April 2000.
NOTE: At 8:00 a.m. that morning a press conference / media orientation will be held at the Airport Terminal, conference room. Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk and Mayor Susan J. Bauman will speak, with a briefing provided on the day’s events. For the press conference, park at the Dane County Regional Airport terminal building.
We will examine initial emergency response and interaction amongst local, State and Federal agencies. We will compile evaluations and recommendations for future training and response procedures in an After Action Report. The exercise is a no-fault, no inspection training tool. We look forward to seeing you there.
It is an ordinary day at the Dane County Regional Airport when an inbound aircraft reports a problem. The plane lands and taxis to the South Ramp. There is a small explosion onboard, releasing an unknown substance. Several victims are killed, and the chemical affects many others. Responding emergency personnel must treat these victims, determine what caused the injuries while protecting themselves from the chemical and the possibility of a secondary device.
Airport Fire Department
Dane County 911 Emergency Communications
Dane County Coroner
Dane County Division of Public Health
Dane County Emergency Management
Dane County Executive’s Office
Dane County Regional Airport
Dane County Sheriff’s Office
Madison Department of Public Health
Madison Fire Department/HazMat/EMS
Madison Mayor’s Office
Madison Police Department
Mutual Aid Fire Departments/EMS Agencies
Wisconsin Emergency Management
Wisconsin National Guard
Wisconsin State Patrol
FAA Control Tower
Federal Bureau of Investigation
U. S. Department of Justice
St. Mary’s Hospital
UW Hospital and Clinics
Badger Chapter, American Red Cross
Madison Gas and Electric
The Salvation Army