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Thank you for taking the time to visit Prepare Respond Recover .com.

Our Mission is to provide Safety Planning and Disaster Response and Recovery support to Individuals and Small-to-Midsize Businesses. [ * ]

No one wants to believe that a disaster can strike them — these extremes of weather and tragic mishaps are the stuff of newscasts and always happen "somewhere else." But the reality is that none of us knows when the next Special Report might be covering news from our own backyard.

The best chance for a fast and complete Disaster Recovery is built on the foundation of Preparedness. That's why we are working around the clock to provide tools and information that will help you Prepare for, Respond to, and Recover from natural and man-made disasters.

[ * ] Where "small business" as defined by the U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Size Standards can employ as many as 1,500 persons and/or generate up to $40 Million in revenue annually depending upon the NAICS 2012 Classification (current as of February 2016; please refer to 13 CFR §121.201 for further information)].


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Locate weather observing stations using a variety of parameters such as address, ZIP code, date, and data type with filters by observation type

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Order data by weather observing stations or by geographic locations using a simplified drill-down interface with data from U.S. and other countries

1981-2010 Normals
View temperature and precipitation Climate Normals for over 9,800 stations across the United States and a selection of other territories

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Access summaries of recent global and U.S. daily weather records with options to view monthly, annual, all-time or selected records

Local Climatological Data (LCD)
View and order hourly, daily, and monthly data from nearly 2400 locations within the U.S., surrounding territories, and other selected areas

Marine Data
View and order historical marine data which is comprised of ship, buoy, and platform observations from 1662 to present

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Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft And Other Criminal Activity Including Hacking, Imposterizing, Phishing, And More ...

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Gotham Shield July 2017

New York, N.Y., Jul. 21, 2017--The New Jersey Army National Guard (NJANG) Aviation Program generously offered their support to conduct an aerial view/survey of the Gotham Shield Exercise covering the New York / New Jersey area. FEMA Region II and NYCEM personnel were among those who took part in the flights. The overall objective was to gain increased training knowledge and experience from an 'outside-in' approach and to improve our national capacity to build, sustain, and deliver core capabilities. FEMA/K.C.Wilsey Photo by Kenneth Wilsey - Jul 21, 2017

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Remembering 9/11
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View Realtime and Submit Your Own Photos To The ESRI Hurricane Irma September 2017 Crowdsource Photo Story Map. This Crowdsource Story Map of Hurricane Irma impacts will be used by decision makers for situational awareness.


FEMA Ready

Individuals or organizations who would like to order printed copies of FEMA Ready publications can do so by emailing FEMA's Publications Warehouse or by calling 1-800-BE-READY (1-800-237-3239).

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has also made files for the Ready Campaign's publications available to the public to download at no cost. Visit or call 1-800-BE-READY (1-800-237-3239) TTY# 1-800-464-6161 Go

Hurricane Floyd: Princeville, NC. A Search and Rescue Team brings in dozens of stranded dogs. Rescuing stranded pets became a priority, as many towns along the Tar River remained under water. Photo by Dave Saville / FEMA News Photo

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Important Note:

In Accordance with
NWS Service Change Notice 16-16
of Mon Aug 1 2016:

Th[e] legacy web site was launched over a decade ago to provide accessibility to NWS weather products for the general public. The WNG website will be decommissioned as part of the NWSTG Re-Architecture project. The WNG web site is obsolete because NWS site is now the primary hub for NWS web services and data products. A list of options available for obtaining weather data normally found via the WNG URL is provided below.

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Children's Needs
Strategies for parents, teachers, and child caregivers, ways to recognize stress in children, and age-specific interventions

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Talking with Children
During Tough Times

10 Tips for Parents, Teachers, and Child Caregivers

Coping With Disaster?
Prevail Instead!

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FEMA Emergency
Institute (EMI)

Course IS-10.A:

Animals in Disasters:
Awareness and

Course Overview
This course is intended to help animal owners, care providers, and industries to understand incident management.

Course Objectives:
The objectives of this course are to increase awareness and preparedness among animal owners and care providers, and to describe how typical hazards affect animals and what can be done by responsible owners to reduce the impact of disasters.

Primary Audience
Animal owners and care providers.

Humane Society of the United States

The Humane Society
of the United States

The best way to keep yourself and your family -- both people and animals -- safe when disaster strikes is to have a good disaster plan and The Humane Society of the United States can help you get ready in case of an emergency. No matter what the specifics of your plan, follow this basic safety rule: If you are told to evacuate, leave immediately and take your animals. If it's not safe for you, it's not safe for them.

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Pledge To Take
Your Pets With You!

Unfortunately, some pet owners are not prepared when a disaster strikes and many pets -- especially cats -- are left behind to fend for themselves.

Disasters can happen at any time. Pledge now to take all pets with you -- and plan ahead by preparing an emergency kit.

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On Facing Adversity

Prayers And Meditations
On The Challenges Of Waging Peace

Out of clutter find simplicity. From discord find harmony. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.  Albert Einstein

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