After becoming highly involved with the volunteer rescue and relief efforts associated with Hurricane Harvey, he saw numerous issues that could have easily been alleviated by just having a better way of doing things.
Tim is a regular contributor for Outdoor Life magazine’s website, providing hundreds of blogs over the past few years and currently providing 2 photo galleries a month.
Michael has studied and written extensively on the vulnerabilities of the U.S. electric grid to a variety of threats.
So, I have a great deal of experience – both overseas and in the U.S. – seeing what the world looks like when things go wrong.
I have always been interested in preparedness and ran into old Civil Defense pamphlets that my parents had collected information from the American Red Cross when I ran into them. When I was married and had children I had a keen sense of responsibility and wanted to protect them. I happened on a display that […]
This episode is with Arthur T. Bradly, Ph.D., a NASA electrical engineer, and accomplished author.
After leaving the CIA, Jason was focused. He knew exactly what he was meant to do. “We live in uncertain times, and I know better than most how dangerous the world can be.”
Dale Rowley has served as the Director of the Waldo County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) in Belfast, Maine for the past 13 years.
SFC Preston Le Roy Schleinkofer, is a retired military veteran of 22 years and a retired federal officer with 27 years.
Here is my interview with Todd De Voe of Emergency Managers Weekly (EMWeekly). You will have to hit the link to play the podcast. EP 75 No Questions Asked Civil Defense Is the Answer