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A Cardinal Rule for Bomb Threat Planning

One of the cardinal rules for bomb threat planning “those who work the building should search the building” seems to be either not known or overlooked among emergency response protocols in the US. Recently, there was a wave of bomb … Continue reading

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The One You See Won’t Hurt You

The bombing wave last weekend in Thailand illustrates an important lesson for American First Responders in recognizing and understanding what to do in the face of this lethal IED tactic. This lesson is instilled in both the US Military and … Continue reading

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Hidden Dangers Are Closer Than You Think

Last month I was in Alabama teaching a class regarding IED Awareness and safety to a group of first responders.  The bucolic setting was the farthest place one would imagine housing dangers from IEDs or Explosives (home made or otherwise). … Continue reading

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