On August 13-17, 2012 TIDES team participated in Camp Roberts-RELIEF/JIFX field experimentation (Research and Experimentation for Local and International Emergency and First Responders) at Paso Robles, CA. The interagency event brought together participants from the Department of Defense, US civilian agencies, private sector and international organizations dealing with humanitarian assistance/disaster relief (HA/DR)/emergency response efforts in order to test out new technologies, approaches and policies. This was the 12th meeting in the RELIEF series and the most technically comprehensive to date, with several hundred participants in attendance, making it the largest RELIEF integration of technical and field operations staff. One of the experiments conducted was developing post-disaster imagery collection plan for Civil Air Patrol (CAP) that integrates critical infrastructure and ongoing social-media reports into a dynamic map of gaps in situational awareness immediately following a natural disaster. This challenge integrated imagery data from US government sources and multi-modal social media analysis into a dynamic collection plan to be delivered in proper format for CAP pilots. The overarching challenge was to deliver useful and usable data-driven CAP imagery to the local commander within three hours of a tasking. The experiment involved NDU, NPS, FEMA, DHS, NGA representatives, as well as members of volunteer technical community active with GIS technologies and systems.