The Alamogordo Interagency Dispatch Center (ADC), located in Alamogordo, New Mexico, was established to provide initial attack dispatching and logistical support for emergency management on lands administered by the USDA-Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, US Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs and the New Mexico Department of Forestry.

Operating as an all-risk dispatch facility, ADC is the primary focus for reporting, tracking, and processing orders of aircraft, equipment, overhead, crews, and supplies assigned to incidents in southeast New Mexico and West Texas.

To report wildfires on public and private lands within the ADC area, contact: Alamogordo Interagency Dispatch Center @ Toll Free 877.695.1663.


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PREPAREDNESS LEVELS
 
Pecos Zone 2 June 20,2018
Southwest 3 June 11, 2018
National 2 April 13, 2018


PECOS ZONE DISPATCH MAP
Pecos Zone Map

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2018 PECOS ZONE
YTD FIRE SUMMARY
Report for June 21, 2018
  Fires Acres
Human Caused 206 84,738.08
Natural Cause 18 4,540.44
Total Fires/Acres 224 89,278.52
 
Prescribed Fire 9 10,804

DAILY ERC & BI INDICES
June 21, 2018
Station ERC BI
Smokey Bear 36 11
Mayhill 27 8
Mescal 73 18
Cosmic 58 16
Queen 25 37
Batdraw 30 17
Caprock 22 16



Always Remember Organization

Wildland Firefighter Foundation

NM-ADC
 
 
Alamogordo Interagency
Dispatch Center
3500 Airport Rd., Box 10
Alamogordo, NM 88310
 

Cooperating federal agencies in the Alamogordo Dispatch Area
National Park Service Bureau of Indian Affairs U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service Bureau of Land Management U. S. Forest Service New Mexico State Forestry