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Sunday, 22 April 2007
08:11:39 AM (GMT)
On July 31, 2006, The President Visited The National Hurricane Center. The National
Hurricane Center (NHC) maintains a continuous watch on tropical cyclones over the
Atlantic, Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, and the Eastern Pacific from May 15 through
November 30. The Center prepares and distributes hurricane watches and warnings for
the general public, and also prepares and distributes marine and military advisories
for other users.

Federal Disaster Response Capability Has Greatly Advanced Since Last Year's Hurricane
Season. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is dramatically increasing the
nation’s stockpiles of relief supplies, retooling FEMA for the 21st century,
updating disaster plans, supporting State and local partners, and emphasizing
individual and community preparedness.

DHS Has Four Times The Emergency Meals And Ice, And 2.5 Times The Water Available
This Year Than Were Available Prior To Hurricane Katrina. These supplies have the
capacity to sustain 1 million people for one week.

 

Pre-Katrina	Post-Katrina	% Increase	Service Capacity
MREs	180 truckloads	770 truckloads	+300%	1 truckload serves 10,000 people/day
Water	600 truckloads	1,500 truckloads	+150%	1 truckload serves 5,000 people/day
Ice	430 truckloads	2,000+ truckloads	+400%	1 truckload serves 5,000 people/day
Disaster Assistance Employees	Approximately 4,000 employees	Approximately 8,000
employees	+100%	N/A
The National Weather Service And The National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration
Continue To Strengthen Weather Forecasting And Warning Capabilities.

On February 23, 2006, The Administration Released Its "Lessons Learned" Review Of The
Federal Response To Hurricane Katrina. The Report identifies deficiencies in the
Federal government's response and lays the groundwork for better preparation for and
response to future natural disasters.

# # #

Speeches & News Releases
March 1, 2007
President Bush Meets with Gulf Coast Grant Recipients

August 29, 2006
Press Briefing on Gulf Coast Rebuilding 

President and Mrs. Bush Visit New Orleans High School, Discuss Gulf Coast Recovery 

President and Mrs. Bush Discuss Gulf Coast School Library Recovery Initiative 

Fact Sheet: Keeping the Promise of Jackson Square: A More Hopeful Louisiana

Archive »

Ask the White House
Desiree Sayle
August 28, 2006


Donald Powell
August 25, 2006
February 6, 2006


Max Mayfield
June 16, 2006


Photo Essays
Hurricane Katrina Photo Essays


Hurricane Relief 2004


Related Links
DHS

FEMA

Ready.gov

National Hurricane Center

NHC Hurricane Preparedness

USA Freedom Corps

USA.gov

DisasterHelp.gov

KatrinaRecovery.DisasterHelp.gov

NOAA

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Sunday, 22 April 2007
08:11:39 AM (GMT)
On July 31, 2006, The President Visited The National Hurricane Center.
The National
Hurricane Center (NHC) maintains a continuous watch on tropical
cyclones over the
Atlantic, Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, and the Eastern Pacific from May
15 through
November 30. The Center prepares and distributes hurricane watches and
warnings for
the general public, and also prepares and distributes marine and
military advisories
for other users.

Federal Disaster Response Capability Has Greatly Advanced Since Last
Year's
Hurricane Season. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is
dramatically
increasing the nation’s stockpiles of relief supplies, retooling
FEMA for the 21st
century, updating disaster plans, supporting State and local partners,
and
emphasizing individual and community preparedness.

DHS Has Four Times The Emergency Meals And Ice, And 2.5 Times The
Water Available
This Year Than Were Available Prior To Hurricane Katrina. These
supplies have the
capacity to sustain 1 million people for one week.

 

Pre-Katrina	Post-Katrina	% Increase	Service Capacity
MREs	180 truckloads	770 truckloads	+300%	1 truckload serves 10,000
people/day
Water	600 truckloads	1,500 truckloads	+150%	1 truckload serves 5,000
people/day
Ice	430 truckloads	2,000+ truckloads	+400%	1 truckload serves 5,000
people/day
Disaster Assistance Employees	Approximately 4,000
employees	Approximately 8,000
employees	+100%	N/A
The National Weather Service And The National Oceanic And Atmospheric
Administration
Continue To Strengthen Weather Forecasting And Warning Capabilities.

On February 23, 2006, The Administration Released Its "Lessons
Learned" Review Of
The Federal Response To Hurricane Katrina. The Report identi
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Sunday, 22 April 2007
08:11:39 AM (GMT)
On July 31, 2006, The President Visited The National Hurricane Center.
The National
Hurricane Center (NHC) maintains a continuous watch on tropical
cyclones over the
Atlantic, Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, and the Eastern Pacific from May
15 through
November 30. The Center prepares and distributes hurricane watches and
warnings for
the general public, and also prepares and distributes marine and
military advisories
for other users.

Federal Disaster Response Capability Has Greatly Advanced Since Last
Year's
Hurricane Season. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is
dramatically
increasing the nation’s stockpiles of relief supplies, retooling
FEMA for the 21st
century, updating disaster plans, supporting State and local partners,
and
emphasizing individual and community preparedness.

DHS Has Four Times The Emergency Meals And Ice, And 2.5 Times The
Water Available
This Year Than Were Available Prior To Hurricane Katrina. These
supplies have the
capacity to sustain 1 million people for one week.

 

Pre-Katrina	Post-Katrina	% Increase	Service Capacity
MREs	180 truckloads	770 truckloads	+300%	1 truckload serves 10,000
people/day
Water	600 truckloads	1,500 truckloads	+150%	1 truckload serves 5,000
people/day
Ice	430 truckloads	2,000+ truckloads	+400%	1 truckload serves 5,000
people/day
Disaster Assistance Employees	Approximately 4,000
employees	Approximately 8,000
employees	+100%	N/A
The National Weather Service And The National Oceanic And Atmospheric
Administration
Continue To Strengthen Weather Forecasting And Warning Capabilities.

On February 23, 2006, The Administration Released Its "Lessons
Learned" Review Of
The Federal Response To Hurricane Katrina. The Report identi
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