How Alaska Defense’s 24-Hour Stockpile of Fabric Structures Aids Military Operations
- February 8, 2016
- Category: Military Shelter Systems, Now Available
Military operations require full operational dependability to protect personnel and provide the reliable setting for administration and functions, regardless of their location or permanence.
In some cases, it’s impossible to predict needs for shelter and security at an existing military base or new provisional camp. With little to no notice, stockpiled fabric structures can offer a fitting solution to the need for prompt assembly of protective and secure buildings.
Alaska Defense™ offers solutions for fabric buildings that are already manufactured and fully ready for deployment. These fabric structures are incredibly durable, even when positioned in locations with extreme climates, to provide reliable protection and security.
Alaska Defense’s 24-hour response stockpile depots have been strategically positioned to allow for mobilization to anywhere in the world within 24 hours of notice for need. Personnel are available to help with deployment, as well as for on-site support.
The stockpiles are kept with a couple hundred housing shelters and several medical facilities that can accommodate up to 50 patients each. Each system includes the shelters themselves, as well as the necessary beds/cots, HVAC units, generators, power distribution systems, and lighting needed to make the shelters fully operational.