msg b.1183


LOCATION: Ritter Springs Park, Springfield Missouri, TIME: Oct 6, 2012 at 01:00 pm
DESCRIPTION: Zombie Outbreak threatening runners of 3 mile footrace
FOR MORE INFO: see Monster Dash

Thursday, November 1, 2012

A Successful Spooky Season

The first day of November officially marks the end of the October Spooky Season, and fortunately there are no reports of anyone in southwest Missouri having had their brain eaten by zombies.

The recent outbreak at the Monster Dash at Ridder Springs Park in Springfield Missouri on October 6th was successfuly contained and all associated threat has been effectively neutralized. We would like to thank everyone who joined the team and survived this year's major outbreak. Stay alert for future warnings and events!

Friday, September 28, 2012

New Response Vehicle

Although we have been very proud of our small fleet of PT Cruisers, ZOM Foundation TEC protocols require a more powerful response vehicle with off road capabilities. Here, you can see our new X Terra decked out for outbreak response duty (roof strobes not shown). Expect to see it at the Monster Dash at Ritter Springs Park in Springfield on Oct. 6

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Equipment Test and Training Weekend a Success

Dear Administrator 28,

We are pleased to report that our equipment tests and training exercises on Sept. 15 & 16 were entirely successful. Team members, along with our trainees, navigated the assigned trails on horseback and the designated 10 miles of the Maramec River by kayak. Outdoor survival skills were effectively demonstrated. We hope that this will help us prepare for the expected zombie outbreak on Oct. 6 at Ritter Springs Park in Springfield MO

Thursday, August 30, 2012

COM Protocol Compliance

Attention members of TEAM MO SW SECTOR:

Thank you for your efforts in establishing this weblog for use among your local team members. ZOM Foundation Central Systems personnel are currently working to establish secure one way data feeds linking Central Systems mainframe to individual public Google weblogs as per CDC/ZOM/GOOGLE CO OP policies.  As you will remember, this arrangement is important in order to keep Central Systems mainframe shielded and separate.  Please note that the public at large must not be allowed access to the sensitive zombie outbreak information on this weblog if we are to keep these occurrences of brain-eating zombie activity secret.

Please note that as of this time your current weblog is not compliant with the following protocols:
COM. 76.8.c
COM. 81.1.a
COM. 82.1.a
Please bring this weblog into compliance before go-live date October 5, 2012

Thank you,
Administrator 28