TWLG Mobile Task Force (MTF) Vision

One of our greatest visions is to build a new large-scale Mobile Task Force (MTF) that will be deployed at a moments notice anywhere in the world in response to natural and manmade disasters.

Even with all the strength and power of governments they too are unprepared when natural disasters strike. This new form of Mobile Task Force will exceed and compliment the efforts of other humanitarian and government agencies. When needed this Mobile Task Force will operate above and beyond what the Red Cross and other organizations are capable of. This non-government Mobile Task Force will be made up of 5 bases strategically placed around the world with a fleet of 7 high-speed ships and 12 standard cargo vessels per base. Natural and manmade disasters are growing intensity so we need to be more prepared with this growing threat. Each MTF base will include the following;

Our Planned Basic Mobile Task Force

High Speed Hospital Ships
High Speed Cargo and Command Ships
High Speed Helicopter Aircraft Carrier
A Variety of Advanced Mobile Facilities that include Medical, MRI & CT Scan Units, Dental, Communications and Command Centers
Mobile Energy Plants
Mobile Biomass Electricity Power Plants
Mobile Water Purification and Filtration Plants
C130j Aircraft
Cargo Jets
Emergency Relief Shelters
Emergency Relief Supplies

MTF Links

Mobile Task Force (MTF) Disaster Response

After performing studies of potential natural disaster zones in the world where multiple disasters can strike annually.

Zone One: The primary natural disaster zone for the western hemisphere would range from South America to North America (primary zone area of Brazil to Florida to the state of California to the country of Peru). The potential natural disasters would include earthquakes in South/Central America and California, to tropical storms and hurricanes in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. No other zone is as active with natural disasters as this zone is throughout a year.

Zone Two: Three and Four: The primary natural disaster zones for the eastern hemisphere would be, Zone Two – Africa, Europe & Middle East, Zone Three - the Indian Ocean and Zone Four – Asian/South Pacific arena (from the Australia, Philippines to Japan).

The largest more active natural disaster zone that offers the potential for a loss of lives annually is Zone One, the western hemisphere zone. Even though larger singular disaster in other zones such as the Asia, the India Ocean and Middle East, these zones are not as annually active as the western hemisphere. With the potential of major earthquakes on the west coast of the United States this will always be a zone with the potential in the maximum loss of life from Seattle Washington to Central America. Due to the activity of potential disasters from South America to the West coast of the United States; this is why we recommend building a major humanitarian Mobile Task Force in Zone One – the western hemisphere were we can respond to natural and manmade disasters in the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean, Pacific and Atlantic oceans.

Global Task Force

Imagine a Mobile Task Force consisting of thousands of dedicated individuals, thousands of vehicles, ships, aircraft, advanced technology and millions of tons of emergency relief supplies all geared to saving lives. Imagine a task force that can respond to any natural or manmade disaster anywhere in the world, how we can be prepared from the growing threat from natural or manmade disasters. Imagine how such a force, as a humanitarian task force would contribute to the preservation of life and how it would make a difference in the world. There is no other project that can save more lives and provide hope in the world than a united humanitarian task force such as the one I envision. A Mobile Task Force would provide emergency aid relief and support projects of participating humanitarian organizations around the world. By building a Humanitarian Mobile Task Force as the one outlined on our site and in our executive summary we as citizens of the world would take matters in our own hands that would bridge the gap between governments and the people of the world. We can actually save far more lives than current humanitarian organizations and governments can do today. By uniting the world of humanity we can truly make a difference never seen before.

MTF Fleet

Below is a typical fleet configuration consisting of up to 8 high-speed vessels including an additional 12 standard cargo vessels that will be assigned to each Mobile Task Force base around the world.

MTF Custom High-Speed Vessels

Below are a couple examples of the type of high-speed vessels that were custom designed for the White Light Group its nonprofit organization, these ships are to become the front runners in responding to major disasters anywhere in the world in half the time any other ship can. These ships were designed to be a fully equipped hospital ship, transport emergency relief cargo and provide complete project command support. This special designed ship can travel over 40 knots with a maximum distance of over 5000 nautical miles.

MTF High-Speed Hospital and Cargo Vessel

MTF High-Speed Helicopter Aircraft Carrier

With recent natural disasters such as the tsunami in the Indian ocean, typhoon that struck Myanmar, earthquake that devastated China, hurricane Katrina that devastated New Orleans, fires and floods across the countries of Europe, United States and Africa, plus civil strife and famine in Africa. We have seen natural disasters grow in magnitude and the threat of manmade disasters such as war and environmental impacts from industrial disasters kill in thousands. The one tool that can contribute greatly to saving lives have been helicopters, in each disasters in recent years thousands have suffered and even died because of the lack of air support getting to remote villages and regions. The custom high-speed helicopter aircraft carrier below is vital tool in saving lives.

MTF Environment Research Vessel

During the aftermath of a disaster many more innocent lives are needlessly lost due to inadequate tools and equipment to deal with contamination and toxins that impact not only the environment, but also takes often even more lives than the disaster itself. Below is one of our environmental research vessels, that when deployed in the filed along with our Mobile Environmental Research Labs (M.E.R.L.) we can identify possible threats to life and provide support to prevent further loss of life and the destruction of our fragile environment.