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    1. Homeland Response Force Ohio (HRF-OH) COL Dana McDaniel Commander

    10. HRF Training All HRF Members Complete the following : IS 100.a: Introduction to Incident Command System (ICS) IS 200.a: ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents IS 700.a: National Incident Management System (NIMS): An Introduction IS 800.b: National Response Framework (NRF): An Introduction HAZMAT Awareness Emergency Response to Terrorism (ERT) Other Training Opportunities that select HRF members have completed: HAZMAT Operations (SECEL, DECON, Select C2 Members) HAZMAT Technician (CERFP, Select C2 Members) HAZMAT Train the Trainer (CERFP, Select C2 Members) ICS 300: Intermediate ICS ICS 400: Advanced ICS ICS Train the Trainer Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) Advanced Trauma Life Support Advanced Trauma Training Advanced Cardiac Life Support Emergency Med Tech Basic S&E Basic & Advance Course (S&E, SECEL) Non-Lethal Weapons Instructor (INIWIC) Casualty and Patient DECON Mass Casualty DECON CBRNE Responder Course ALS HAZMAT Emergency Medical Tech Basic Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings (IRTB)

    17. The requirement for a Security Force/Element originated AAR comments and observations during CERFP exercises where CERFP elements, when processing large numbers of victims, had to divert personnel from S&E or DECON elements to assist in controlling the "flow" of victims through DECON and medical triage. Therefore, CERFP program manager (Malcholm Reese) integrated a "security force" into the CERFP CONOP to provide control at cordon and entry points, the expected source for this force was the state NGRFs. In 2008, NGB-J39/NGB-J8 identified a gap in CBRNE capability (PPE/Training) in state NGRFs to support this task. The original NG Functional Solution Analysis working group that developed the HRF concept used the CERFP security force concept as the basis for HRF security force. The FSA WG wargamed the "security force" for the HRF in Jun 2009 - the primary task was to: provide control at cordon and entry points. OSD/USNORTHCOM were briefed and concurred with NG approach (task: to provide control at cordon points) to HRF security force during the 2009 QDR Issue Team review of the HRF Concept. Security Force Total: 200 Personnel 186 Security personnel to operate two decon sites HRF Security Force C2: 14 Personnel [ C2: one (1) CO CDR, one (1) 1SG, one (1) ASST 1SG, one (1) Supply SGT, one (1) COMO SGT, nine (9) OPS SGTs]The requirement for a Security Force/Element originated AAR comments and observations during CERFP exercises where CERFP elements, when processing large numbers of victims, had to divert personnel from S&E or DECON elements to assist in controlling the "flow" of victims through DECON and medical triage. Therefore, CERFP program manager (Malcholm Reese) integrated a "security force" into the CERFP CONOP to provide control at cordon and entry points, the expected source for this force was the state NGRFs. In 2008, NGB-J39/NGB-J8 identified a gap in CBRNE capability (PPE/Training) in state NGRFs to support this task. The original NG Functional Solution Analysis working group that developed the HRF concept used the CERFP security force concept as the basis for HRF security force. The FSA WG wargamed the "security force" for the HRF in Jun 2009 - the primary task was to: provide control at cordon and entry points. OSD/USNORTHCOM were briefed and concurred with NG approach (task: to provide control at cordon points) to HRF security force during the 2009 QDR Issue Team review of the HRF Concept. Security Force Total: 200 Personnel 186 Security personnel to operate two decon sites HRF Security Force C2: 14 Personnel [ C2: one (1) CO CDR, one (1) 1SG, one (1) ASST 1SG, one (1) Supply SGT, one (1) COMO SGT, nine (9) OPS SGTs]

    18. Questions? HRF Contact Info: CPT Aaron Barrett 740-258-4090 aaron.thomas.barrett@us.army.mil