• Operation: Steelhead

    • In Response to: Oso Landslide
    • Location: Snohomish, WA
    • Active: Mar 25, 2014 - Apr 6, 2014
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In response to the landslide that devastated the town of Oso, WA, Region 10 deployed volunteers to assist local emergency management with recovery operations and management.

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April 8, 2014 In response to the landslide that devastated the town of Oso, Washington on March 22, Region 10 launched Operation: Steelhead to provide assistance to those affected in any way possible. Regional leaders and members located near Snohomish County (14 in total) were grateful to have the opportunity to serve and support the relief efforts of… Read More »

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February 12, 2014 Knowing I’d be in the cold all day was not exactly an added attraction to volunteer for this operation, but I recognized people needed help, so I left my newly remodeled family room, fireplace, and big-screen TV to drive four hours and offer assistance. When I arrived, Chester County was nearing the end of the… Read More »

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Operation: Steelhead Wraps Up in Washington

In response to the landslide that devastated the town of Oso, Washington on March 22, Region 10 launched Operation: Steelhead to provide assistance to those affected in any way possible. Regional leaders and members located near Snohomish County (14 in total) were grateful to have the opportunity to serve and support the relief efforts of… Read More »

What the heck is a FOB?

Ever wondered what all these acronyms we throw around mean? Time to learn! Here's a closer look at our FOB for Operation: Starting Gun.   FOB: Forward Operating Base - We picked up this term from the military and still use it to name the locations we run our field operations out of. On Starting Gun,… Read More »

Reflections

USMC Veteran William Rosche Reflects on Operation: Valley Forge

Knowing I’d be in the cold all day was not exactly an added attraction to volunteer for this operation, but I recognized people needed help, so I left my newly remodeled family room, fireplace, and big-screen TV to drive four hours and offer assistance. When I arrived, Chester County was nearing the end of the… Read More »