A Continuity of Operations (COOP) exercise was held Feb. 28, as part of an Air Force annual requirement. A COOP is usually held within 12-24 hours after an emergency situation to assess damage of property and to figure out what is needed to make the mission fully operational again. Pictured here, from right, 72nd Mission Support Group Commander Col. Michael Green, the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Director, and Tinker Fire and Emergency Services Chief Terry Ford and Scott Bloxham work in the EOC during last week’s COOP exercise. The EOC is the C2 support element that coordinates information and resources to support the installation’s actions before, during and after an incident at the operational level, and is the focal point for the development and coordination of the follow-on operations and recovery plan. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)

PHOTO BY: Kelly White
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