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Reeves 10- and 20-Bed rapidly-deployable DRASH Incident Camps provide response personnel with a fully operational rapidly-deployable, rugged, climate-controlled, soft-walled shelter system that serves as temporary housing in the field during any emergency or crisis.
The camps are designed to provide temporary living quarters for those displaced during a disaster or secure areas for emergency personnel to be housed during a deployment, drill or exercise, offering between 519 - 902 usable square feet of insulated Camp space.
Reeves Incident Camps use patented Deployable Rapid Assembly Shelters (DRASH), which deploy in any terrain and can withstand extreme weather and temperature conditions.
Each Incident Camp features integrated doors, screen windows, ECU and utility ports and comes standard with a ground tarp, fabric floor, transport-style duffel bag, repair kit, push poles, wind lines and a steel pin stake set.
Basic Incident Camps include interoperable systems for heating and cooling and lighting. More comprehensive packages that include power generation and distribution, hardened flooring, cots and bedding are also available.