By David T. Pyne Dr. Peter Pry’s interview with the Westminster Institute calling for U.S. leaders to make peace, not war with Russia, one of his top strategic priorities before he passed (Author’s Note: What follows is a tribute which I wrote on behalf of the Task Force on National & Homeland Security to our Executive Director who passed […]
By Ellie Goldner To understand the current Russian-Ukrainian crisis, you should bear in mind Winston Churchill’s attempt to define Russia as “a riddle, wrapped in mystery, inside an enigma.” To the vast majority of Americans, those words still ring true today, as very few of our countrymen know much about Russian culture or history other […]
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.
The Civil Defense Radio podcast turns 25! We invite Todd DeVoe of EM Weekly back to the show. Todd was been instrumental in the launch of this show and we wanted to celebrate it with him.
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.
Matthew received his B.A. in American Studies from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2002 and received his M.A. in Homeland Security (with honors) from American Military University in 2013.
This week, Preston speaks with Jonathan and Kylene Jones the authors of “The Provident Prepper” and their involvement with the American Civil Defense Association (TACDA).
Join the ranks of the provident preppers who have the foresight to carefully provide for the future while enjoying the present. This journey will allow you to develop the self-assurance and skills which will enable you to handle whatever challenges may come your way with confidence. You can be ready.
The Evolution of programs and policies for civil defense was written by B. Wayne Blanchard, Ph.D., Planning Specialist for Civil Defense Programs Federal Emergency Management Agency 1985. This is the link to that document. It is a short PDF and well worth the time to read and understand how the various presidential administrations either supported […]