the Six basic elements of preparedness and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: food, water, shelter, security, communications, and health/medical
The violence in the streets of America. Civil unrest has been used for decades by various communist insurgencies throughout the globe. Now we have this foreign and extremist political action emerging in our nation for the first time.
Dr. David J Stuckenberg about resiliency, EDTF and EDI. David created and led the USAF Electromagnetic Defense Task Force
Dr. Joe Alton is our guest this week. We discuss how he was introduced to disaster preparedness during his time as a doctor responding to New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. He also gives us some great guidance on preparing for a possible Pandemic due to the current 2019-Coronavirus.
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 […]
On this weeks episode of Civil Defense Radio we talk again with Jonathan and Kylene of The Provident Prepper about Food Storage for an Emergency Situation.
Chris Wahoski, is one of the three founders for CERT Responder Magazine. Our company goal is to help others and spread informational stories to help surrounding communities who want to help when a natural disaster or man-made events happen.
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.
Are Emergency Managers Preppers? Are they better prepared than most other citizens? These were just two questions I recently asked a discussion board with well over 1,000 Emergency Managers. I also asked how many of them are prepared at home and work? Are their families prepared with food, water, medical supplies, generators and knowledge of […]