retired US Air Force LTG Steven Kwast about the threats from space and why we need to have a Space Force. He lets us know also that whoever dominates space first, owns and controls
This week we are talking to Donald Vandergriff the author or Command and Control about how to use control tactics in emergency management.
Drew and I talk again about influenzas, but this time more specifically the growing threat of the Wuhan Corona Virus that now has entered the United States.
This week on EM Weekly we are talking to David Marquet about Leadership is Language and how language impacts the role of the leader.
On this show, Dave and I discuss the nuclear attack scenario and what you can do to be prepared.
This week we are talking about intelligence for emergency management. The difference between information and intelligence has the information been vetted. AlertsUSA is a great source of vetted information that you can turn into intel fast.
Drew and I talk about the home of the world’s tallest geyser, Yellowstone. Besides geysers and majestic mountain views, there lays beneath the surface a super caldera or volcano. Listen in on our discussion of the history, the threats, and what it may look like if it erupted.
the Heli-Hydrant an innovative wildland fire tank that will save lives, property and time. It is an amazing tool that EM Weekly thinks that all communities should have and if the community is part of the Urban Wilderness Interface (UWI) this is a must-have.
Could pandemic influenza hit the United States again? The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is concerned that one could happen in the near future.
This week we are talking to Data scientist Dr. David Wild. In his piece in the “Conversation” on how data can solve the wildfire problem in California, I knew I had to have David on the show. We get into machine learning, artificial learning, and more.