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GIC has mobilized and is flying an aircraft today to capture aerial imagery in response to tornadoes in Alabama and Georgia. We have an Eagle camera flying capturing 7.5 cm imagery over areas devastated by several tornadoes between Tuskegee, Alabama and Waverly Hall, Georgia, including the fatal EF-4 through Beauregard-Smiths Station, Lee County, Alabama. Data collected will be shipped to our image processing center in Centennial, processed, and made available to GIS members and public safety stakeholders via secure map services available at http://maps.geointel.org.   If you have any questions please reach out to us at support@geointel.org. Credentials for public safety stakeholders to access the data may be requested at credentials@geointel.org.

This is a LEVEL 2 – Partial Activation. What does this mean? 
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With Hurricane Florence strengthening to a Category 4 storm the GIC is planning for a major aerial survey effort as soon as damage is known and it’s safe to fly.

Currently the first flight window is roughly Saturday September 15th. We will provide ongoing updates this week as events put more focus on this effort.
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