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C2IMERA streamlines emergency response at F.E. Warren AFB

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  • By Airman 1st Class Landon Gunsauls
  • 90th Missile Wing Public Affairs

The Mighty Ninety’s Emergency Management team is rolling out a new system that will give a new lease on life to the management of emergencies and exercises across the wing.

Over the last 3 months, the EM team has been behind the scenes working to learn the new C2IMERA system while providing training to Fire, Security Forces, and all the other agencies that staff the Emergency Operations Center at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming.

“C2IMERA has enabled a single focal point for responders and those tasked to support them during an incident, whereas before, they had to reference multiple pages and documents during a crisis to gather the critical information they needed,” said Tech. Sgt. Kendall Herbert, one of the EM team members training others on the program. “During the training phase, we were able to teach all members their roles and responsibilities on the system and tailor the training to their units needs to ensure the wing has a well-trained team.”

The C2IMERA system is designed to provide real time tracking of tasks, dispatches, and response progress for the Emergency Operations Center team both inside the EOC and to teams in the field providing response to whatever situation they may be facing. By utilizing an events log that automatically tracks each tasks competition by referencing emergency response plans, the C2IMERA system can streamline tasks that, at one point, required the reference of material in several different locations.

With C2IMERA giving commanders the power to quickly make decisions, a common operating picture that functions in real time has been established, allowing for a speedy and coordinated response from the wing.


C2IMERA, which stands for Command and Control Incident Management Emergency Response Application, is an application focused on reporting, planning, force generation, emergency management, and command and control monitoring and execution. The capability is developed by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Detachment 12, also known as Kessel Run, which is a software development and acquisitions unit. Kessel Run’s Acquisition Strategy, the Kessel Run Air Domain DevSecOps Portfolio, was signed and approved under DoDI 5000.87 on April 13.

More information on Kessel Run can be found here: