Disaster Response

Disaster Response

A Model of Creating Inpatient Hospital Surge Capacity through Early Discharge

By William Dunne – Executive Summary – Disasters and catastrophic mass casualty incidents continue to occur in the United States and around the globe. These events challenge their communities to preserve life and often require responders to go to extraordinary …

A Model of Creating Inpatient Hospital Surge Capacity through Early Discharge

Application of the Intelligence Cycle to Prevent Impacts of Disastrous Wildland Fires

By Brian Young -Executive Summary – The threat of wildland fires is an issue of national security, as it relates to disaster management and the protection of U.S. citizens. Numerous wildfires, burned homes, environmental consequences, and the evacuation of thousands …

Application of the Intelligence Cycle to Prevent Impacts of Disastrous Wildland Fires

Developing a Shared Service Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Capability for Regional Emergency Services

By Thomas Lakamp – Executive Summary – Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have evolved over the last century from rudimentary tethered balloons to electronically advanced aircraft that can be piloted using a cellular telephone. As a result of this evolution, the …

Developing a Shared Service Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Capability for Regional Emergency Services

Lessons From Fukushima: Relocation and Recovery from Nuclear Catastrophe

By Gerilee Wohlschlegel Bennett – Executive Summary – Nana korobi ya oki—Fall seven times, stand up eight. —Japanese proverb INTRODUCTION Four years later, Japan is still struggling to recover from the triple disaster of earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear plant meltdown …

Lessons From Fukushima: Relocation and Recovery from Nuclear Catastrophe

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