This week we talk to Brian Sims of the Disaster Logistics Board. As you may have heard that infantry fights the battles, but logistics wins the wars. That saying is true. We have won wars by disrupting the supply lines. So in the context of Emergency Management, logistics is one of the key elements that we need to address.
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It takes a lot to Raise your hand unknowing at the time of what that means. Everyone who does should know that only 1% of our population does.
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.
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This week we are discussing leadership and how we can shape the field of emergency management. Jocko Willink in his book Extreme Ownership lays out the path on how to be a good leader. Now it is time to take those principles and implement them in Emergency Management.
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Irene Conforti interviews Melissa Hancock, who shares the history of electromagnetic pulse hazards as a threat to our energy grid from the age of civil defense to present. Melissa Hancock is part of the The Foundation for Resilient Societies. The foundations is a non-profit organization engaged in scientific research and education with the goal of protecting technologically-advanced societies from infrequently occurring natural and man-made disasters.
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