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The Atlantic Hurricane Season runs from June 1 - November 30. Hurricanes are dangerous storms that can cause major damage from storm surge, wind damage, rip current and flooding. They can happen anywhere within our southeast region. Storm surge historically is the leading cause of hurricane-related deaths in the United States. In order to keep you and your family safe:

  • Know your hurricane risk

  • Make an Emergency Plan

  • Know your evacuation zone

  • Recognize Warnings and Alerts

  • Review important documents, such as insurance policies

For information specific to your installation, please go to the CNIC website and find your location using the map provided. Updated emergency information can be found there:

Download the latest NAVFAC Southeast Emergency Wallet Card or access the digital version on the NAVFAC Southeast mobile app under the Emergency Info icon -> 2023 Hurricane Season -> Digital NAVFAC Southeast Emergency Wallet Card.


NAVFAC’s Expeditionary Directorate/Contingency Engineering provides contingency contracting, exercise and crisis planning, natural disaster support, remote construction, and technical reach-back support to the U.S. Navy’s expeditionary forces; Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC); Fleets; and Combatant Commanders.

The nature of contingency-based business requires timely contracting. Contingency engineers use multiple-award Global Contingency Construction contracts and Global Contingency Services contracts, as well as many local contracting vehicles. Examples of task orders awarded under these contracts include California wildfire response; Combatant Command (COCOM) support at Camp Lemonier, Djibouti, Africa; infrastructure repairs; and Iraq oil platform repairs.

Contingency engineers also support Navy and Marine Corps installations with the use of Contingency Engineer Response Teams (CERTs). These teams consist of highly motivated engineers, contract specialists and construction support personnel who provide damage assessment, construction and contract management in response to natural disasters other contingencies.

emergency numbers

NAVFAC Southeast Emergency Information Line
(904) 542-4460 or
(833) 675-6310

NAVFAC Southeast Emergency Operations Center (EOC) if manned
(904) 542-8636


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