Matthew West began his career as a peace officer in 2000 and has transitioned into risk management in 2018.
This episode is a really informative discussion of space weather. Ben Davidson is very knowledgeable and articulate on this subject and his insight into this subject is astounding. We talk about many things around the Sun’s effects on our planet and some of the threats he sees ahead in our future.
During this episode I tell you a bit about me and how I came to the conclusion that we need a New American Civil Defense Structure in America and why. I also speak about the Guide that I wrote and that is found on our website that helps you get the conversation started in your local community. US Congressional Resolution 762 was a important piece that suggested a local Civil Defense organization was a good idea.
Rich Breeden is a friend of mine locally. His knowledge and experience in cyber threats are right up our alley, so to speak. I asked him to come on the show to give us a first look at the cyber threats and discuss a little bit about what is really going on and why we are still at risk.
Glenn Rhodes tells us how he came to be teamed up with Dr. Peter Pry and the Task Force on National and Homeland Security.
We talk about the various ways it could happen and some of the ways to prepare. Is it an end of life scenario? No, but it is a very bad scenario.
Ryan gives us his professional views of the threat from COVID-19. His extensive experience and training tell him that the worse is yet to come.
Are you like me and thought the Tsunami threat was a west coast phenomenon? Well, Drew Bunbak enlightens us all on the potential threat to the east coast
Could COVID-19 cause a worst-case scenario or something more catastrophic for our nation? Let’s work this scenario out. Every week on my Civil Defense Radio podcast I open the show with “Welcome to Civil Defense Radio where we discuss all things Civil Defense. Civil Defense is about building resiliency by becoming better informed, prepared and […]
Part two of our interview with retired US Air Force LTG Steven Kwast Is about more of the positives he sees in developing space as a manufacturing