Category Archive: CAMEO News

Jan 14

All Subscribers! Welcome!

I truly apologize for any inconvenience, but the site has been hit by spammers and a number of posts have clogged the system. I am trying to selectively rid the site of these, but I may accidently dump some of our actual members in the process.  If you are here to contribute to the boards, …

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May 03

500 gallon underground propane tank, Lexington, KY

I would first like to thank you and your colleagues at LSU for delivering a well executed and informational class on iCameo during the last part of March at Rough River State Park in Kentucky. Everyone’s level of knowledge was incredible. Futhermore, once returning back to duty after the class, I was able to utilize …

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Apr 28

3-2-2012 WEST LIBERTY KENTUCKY TORNADO

MARPLOT FOR SEARCH and RESCUE 3-2-2012 WEST LIBERTY KENTUCKY TORNADO   On March 2, 2012, a category F4 tornado struck the town of West Liberty , Kentucky .  One of the first outside assets arriving on-scene was the Lexington Fire Department Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team from Lexington , Kentucky .  Upon arrival in …

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Apr 26

Exporting MARPLOT Basemap Information

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When you are doing searches in the basemap, you are relegated to the first five columns of data that are in the imported spreadsheets.  There is a lot of really good information there that we have been missing.  Now, there is a fix for this problem. Taken from an email with Tom Bergman: This is …

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Apr 26

How Do You Use CAMEO?

We want to see your stories here!  Tell us how you have used the CAMEO suite in your job.  We will start a new page with the stories, because nothing gets people thinking about ways to use CAMEO better than hearing the ingenious ways that others are utilizing it.

Mar 08

National Domestic Preparedness Consortium

The Department of Homeland Security Fiscal Year 2013 budget proposes a shift in state and local program funding to competitive “training partnership grants in place of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium.” Loss of National Domestic Preparedness Consortium funding would disband the infrastructure that has provided training to over 1.8 million responders at no cost to …

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Jan 16

Help Us Build Our Sites

Help us build the data sets that we house here on CAMEOTraining.org!!! We have many many sets of data for CAMEO and Marplot.  Several have already been added to our site, but keep watching.  We will continue to add them for you. If you have built interesting or one of a kind data sets that …

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