Mission Assurance

Mission Assurance (MA) coordinates the security effort aboard MCAS Miramar and actively manages the following programs:

2020 Flu Information - Anti-Terrorism (AT)Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Explosive (CBRNE)Eagle Eyes ProgramOperations Security (OPSEC) - Emergency Management


POC Info

Director, Mission Assurance - Installation Protection 858-307-8530

Antiterrorism Officer- Critical Infrastructure Protection Analyst 858-307-1924

CBRNE Protection Officer 858-307-1281





MCAS Miramar Emergency Operations Center

Mission Assurance also maintains the Emergency Operations Center (EOC).  The EOC is activated in response to a crisis at or around MCAS Miramar. Hours of operation vary depending on duration of the incident.  Upon activation, the Senior Watch Officer can be reached by emailing miramareoc.swo.fct@usmc.mil or calling 858.307.8537.







The IEAP is a quick reference guide for responding to the hazards and threats considered most likely to impact Miramar personnel.  The San Diego area is prone to threats and hazards, both natural and man-made. The most critical part of any response is to have a plan of action and be mentally prepared to execute it. A simple plan is better than no plan at all. Download the IEAP here.




During an emergency, follow instructions issued from the Emergency Operations Center and 911 Dispatch .  The following systems can be used during an emergency:

  • AtHOC Mass Notification System

    Used for emergency notifications via computer pop-up alerts, email, text, and phone calls.  USMC personnel can register using the instructions in the attachment.  ATHOC REGISTRATION MIRAMAR USMC 

    Non-USMC users have to register through their unit AT representative. ATHOC REGISTRATION MIRAMAR TENANTS
  • External "Giant Voice" Tower and loudspeakers
    System installed to provide real-time information or instructions to outdoor areas.
  • Interior Building Speakers
    System installed to provide real-time information or instruction to building occupants or personnel in the immediate vicinity of a building..


MCAS CommStrat publishes information on Facebook regarding the installation:



MCAS CommStrat Office publishes information via Twitter regarding special events or emergencies on the air station:




Criminals and terrorists can exploit social media and/or smartphones that are not protected/private in order to gain access to personal information.  Download the applicable PDF which contains step-by-step instructions for protecting your data.







--- 2020 FLU INFORMATION ---

As we approach flu season, the following preventative measures should be implemented to prevent the spread of influenza-like illnesses:

As we approach flu season, the following preventative measures should be implemented to prevent the spread of influenza-like illnesses:As we approach flu season, the following preventative measures should be implemented to prevent the spread of influenza-like illnesses:

A. Maintain good hygiene and a healthy lifestyle. B. Wash hands often and well. use warm water and soap and lather well for at least 30 seconds. C. If soap and water are not available, an alcohol based sanitizer may be used. D. Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or your elbow when coughing or sneezing. E. Do not touch eyes, nose, or mouth. germs spread that way. F. Try to avoid contact with sick people. G. Marines/civlians/contractors who become sick, contact their chain of command to request to stay home. H. Provide and fully utilize hand washing facilities near berthing and other mass gathering areas. I. Be alert for personnel with fever, cough or sore throat. J. To the extent feasible, keep these personnel separated from others until cleared by a health care provider. K. Consider restricting non-essential travel to areas with known outbreaks. L. Clean work spaces daily with clorox wipes (desk, door nobs, telephones, etc).

Of primary importance, all personnel, dependents, and retirees should receive their flu shots; more information can be found at the Naval Medical Center San Diego webpage http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmcsd/Pages/fluvaccines.aspx.

The CDC web site http://gis.cdc.gov/grasp/fluview/main.html depicts areas that are currently affected with ILI.


Eagle Eyes Program

Eagle Eyes is a Community Suspicious Activity Reporting effort designed to allow the Miramar community a way to report suspicious activity they witness happening in or around the installation.

To help facilitate this, Community members can report suspicious activity either by calling the MCI-West Eagle Eyes Tip-Line at 1-877-356-EYES (3937) or report via the Official Suspicious Activity Reporting website of the Marine Corps: https://usmceagleeyes.org/index.html

In addition the following link has a Eagle Eyes Flyer with a suspicious activity report (SAR) form on the reverse that can be downloaded here.

The Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) should be given to the Miramar Military Police Desk Sergeant at Bldg #7117.

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Operations Security (OPSEC)

These websites provide a baseline of instruction on operations security concepts.

Lethal Keystrokes - Information Protection Training Episodes 1-3 (Off-site PowerPoint file)

An Operations Security (OPSEC) Brief Video from DVIDShub.net

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The websites below provide instruction on how to protect yourself and your family from terrorism while at home or while traveling.

AT/FP Level I Course

San Diego Law Enforcement Coordination Center

U.S. Department of State Foreign Travel Website

Homeland Security Website

FBI Counterterrorism Website

National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) Website

U.S. Department of Defense Website

Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) Website

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Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High-yield Explosives (CBRNE)

These websites provide information about individual and family emergency and disaster preparation. They include information on CBRNE events, Shelter in Place, preparation of Emergency Kits and other useful information.

Red Cross Chemical Emergencies

CDC Emergency Preparedness and You

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Emergency Management/Disaster Preparedness

MARADMIN 563-11 requires Marine and Civilian first responders to take the following

FEMA Independent Study Courses:

IS-100.b - Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100

IS-200.b - ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents

IS-700.a NIMS An Introduction

IS-800.B National Response Framework, An Introduction

Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA)

Family Emergency Planning/Preparedness Website

San Diego County Emergency

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Pandemic Influenza Resources

These webpages address the Department of Defense and civilian response to avian and pandemic influenza and explains how it could affect Service members and civilian health. Also, they provide frequently asked questions provides resources for preparing for a possible outbreak.

Department of Defense (DoD) Pandemic Influenza Watchboard

US Department of Health & Human Resources

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

World Health Organization (WHO)

National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza Planning

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Pandemic/Avian Influenza Informational Pamphlets & Videos

DoD Pandemic Influenza "A Guide for Service Members and Families"

Pandemic Influenza Fact Sheet for Leaders

Red Cross Flu Symptoms & Treatment

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Pandemic Influenza Orders and Directives

DoD Pandemic Influenza Clinical and Public Health Guidelines for the Military Health System

DoD Implementation Plan for Pandemic Influenza

US Department of Health and Human Services Pandemic Influenza Plan

OSHA Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for an Influenza Pandemic

OSHA Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response Guidance for Healthcare Workers and Healthcare Employers

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