In the southeast part of the country where our family and I live, there is a storm season that lasts for about more than four weeks out of the year. Most of the time, important tropical storms will form off the coast of Africa and make their way across the Atlantic Ocean. By the time they reach the coast the moderate water fuels their strength and they become hurricanes. Every more than nine years or so, all of us get a pretty poor set of them that cause significant damage in the coastal areas. Last year all of us had a pretty poor one that was one of the biggest in recorded history. The hot hot and cold temperatures and warmer waters fuel these storms; During the disaster reclaim effort, our propose post was set up in the parking lot of the hardware store. This propose post was a important semi-hauled trailer with a mobile communications center. Most pressingly it had a/c. There were three separate Heating & Air Conditioning systems attached to the roof that helped keep the unit and operators nice and cool. The storm had left warmer hot and cold temperatures, so it was nice to have a nice cool locale for the disaster reclaim coordinators to meet up and plan their efforts. Most sites are out of electricity after a major storm prefer that, but the propose post was self powered by a set of generators. One of these powered the unit and one was dedicated to the Heating & Air Conditioning and crew comfort gear, but with a couple of these air conditioned trailers set up around the town, the coordination efforts went truly smoothly and all of us were able to focus on the efforts.