LOS ALAMITOS, Calif. -- The Los Angeles District will be well prepared for its next disaster response with the recent acquisition of one of the Corps' newest Emergency Command and Control Vehicles.
The ECCV, built on an International truck chassis, is a 47-foot vehicle designed to serve as a temporary mobile command post. It provides 11 work stations that each have a computer jack, 110- and 12-volt power sockets, and a phone that has cell, Voice over Internet Protocol and satellite capabilities. There is also onboard Wi-Fi capability to provide access for additional computers, and a rear compartment that houses a conference table, video camera and large screen TV for video conferencing. USACE video produced by Brooks O. Hubbard IV. Also available in high definition.
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