Featured in this issue: Setting Examples for Disaster Preparedness, By Catherine L. Feinman; 2017 Inauguration & Women’s March – Planning & Outcomes, By Natalie Jones Best; New Emergency Rule: Challenge for Some, Good for All, By David Reddick & Justin Snair; Tribal Ham Radio Operators Cut Through the Storm, By National Tribal Amateur Radio Association; Hurricane Recovery – The Price of Paradise, Moderated by Andrew Roszak; Passenger Egress – A Priority for Metro Rail Lines, By Thomas Renner; Evolving Needs: Interoperable Communications, By The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments’ Interoperable Communications Regional Programmatic Working Group; Explosives & Handheld Trace Detection, By Ryan Holland & Mark Fisher; Emerging Homeland Security Issues – A 2017 Panel Review, By Joseph J. Leonard Jr.
Featured in this issue: Plan, Inform, Practice – Factoring in Resilience, By Catherine L. Feinman; Incident Scale & the Need for Operational Resilience, By John Contestabile & Richard Waddell; Making Schools Safe & Secure – A Local to National Effort, By Mary Filardo; Animal Relocation After Disaster – Four Cases in 2017, By Richard (Dick) Green; Podcast: Post-Disaster Relief – An Army of Volunteers, Moderated by Andrew Roszak; Preparing for a Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attack, By Deanne Criswell; Responding to the Nuclear Threat – Then & Now, By Keith Grossman; U Visas – A Hidden Homeland Security Vulnerability, By Robert C. Hutchinson; Preparedness Can Be Easy, By Raynika Battle
Featured in this issue: Emerging Threats to Rail Infrastructure: Part I, Freight, By Joseph Trindal; ARTful Leadership & Disaster Management, By Eric J. McNulty; The Presidency & Control of Nuclear Weapons, By Jerome H. Kahan; Mass Fatality Research – New York & Beyond, By Katie Joel & Terry Hastings; Indiana’s Emergency Response Guidelines for School Safety, By Robert Quinn; Maryland’s Approach for Raising the Resilience Index, By Charissa Cooper & Jessica Nusbaum; 10 Questions for Selecting Business Continuity Software, By Erin Valentine; Excess Equipment Sales & Potential National Security Threats, By James M. Rush
Featured in this issue: Unmanned Aircraft Systems – On the Way to the Jetsons’ Era, By Charles J. Guddemi; Drones – Both a Force Multiplier & Headache, By Catherine L. Feinman; Protecting the Homeland From Nefarious Drone Use, By Richard Schoeberl & Kendall J. Smith; Critical Infrastructure Partnerships – Prioritizing Assets, By Christopher Ryan; Freight Rail Safety and Emergency Management, By Kay C. Goss; Chemical Attack on Public Transport – A Likely Scenario, By Zamawang Almemar; Staying “PRIMED” for a Radiation Event, By Grant Coffey; Biothreats – Advocating Action Through Transition, By Robert C. Hutchinson
Featured in this issue: Surviving the First Disaster Deployment, By Arthur Samaras; Unmanned Aerial Systems & Emergency Management, By Kay C. Goss; Three Storms Demonstrate Five Forms of Flooding, By John Englander; Hurricane Harvey & What It Means for Future Disasters, By Dawn Thomas; Lone Wolves – Finding the Red Flags, By Richard Schoeberl & Daniel Scherr; National Safe Schools Week: Securing Learning Environments, By Mark Williams; Prioritizing Life Safety While Addressing Classroom Security, By Lori Greene; Implications of the Opioid Crisis During Disaster Response, By Dawn Thomas
Featured in this issue: Exercise Because of Want, Not Because of Need, By Nitin Natarajan; Enhancing Infrastructure Protection Through Special Events, By Erin Mohres; Rethinking Disaster Evacuation, By Daniel M. Gerstein & Andrew Lauland; Animals in Distress: A Community Preparedness Checklist, By Lacie Davis & Richard Green; Helping School Districts Move Forward After Tragedy, By Guy Grace; Active Shooter Incidents: The Rescue Task Force Concept, By Robert Mueck; So Much More Than Having a Kit & Making a Plan, By Catherine L. Feinman
Featured in this issue: Mass Fatalities – More Than Just a Number, By Ron Vidal & Catherine L. Feinman; Mass Fatality Incidents & Challenges for First Responders, By Daryl D. Sensenig; Physically Uninjured – A Survivor’s Perspective, By Lisa Hamp; Mortuary Logistic Challenges of Mass Fatality Incidents, By O. Shawn Cupp; Plan Big, Even to Respond Small, By Donald (Doc) Lumpkins; Preparing for High-Impact, Low-Probability (HILP) Events, by Jerome H. Kahan; When Pandemic Management Meets Cybersecurity, By Nitin Natarajan; Planning for the Community vs. Planning for the Plan, By W. Craig Fugate; Responding to Unique Operating Environments, By Seth Komansky; Wearable Sensors for Chemical & Biological Detection, By Richard M. Ozanich
Featured in this issue: Next Responder of the Future, By Kay C. Goss & Catherine L. Feinman; Advice From W. Craig Fugate: Learn, Do Not Just Observe, By W. Craig Fugate; Today’s Emergency Manager: Versatile Enough for Any Industry, By Keith Grossman; Mentorship – A Four-Step Example, By Sarah Geydarov; Next Generation Emergency Management, By Terry Hastings; FEMA Corps: Youth Engagement in Emergency Management, By Sierra Griffieth; FEMA Corps: Bringing in the Next Generation, By Richard Serino & Jennifer Grimes; Schooling the Next Generation of Professionals, By Robert Magliaro; School Safety and Security: The Power of Students, By Robert Boyd; A Generation Z Perspective on Intergenerational Learning, By Gisselle A. Aguirre; Help Wanted: Next Generation of Emergency Managers, By Catherine L. Feinman
Featured in this issue: The True Test of a Successful Crisis Response: Public Trust, By W. Craig Fugate; Anatomy of a National Special Security Event , By Christopher T. Geldart; Why NIMS Continuing Education Is Needed, By Randall Hanifen; Ham Radio in Emergency Operations, By Steve Aberle; Facial Recognition Making an Appearance in Public Safety, By Rodrigo (Roddy) Moscoso; Using Core Capabilities to Build County Resilience, By Allen King; Cuts to U.S. Bioterror Funds Risk Peril in Event of Attack, By Daniel M. Gerstein; Fit for Duty: The Resilient Responder, By Anthony S. Mangeri Sr.
Featured in this issue: A Revised Definition of Homeland Security, By Judson M. Freed; Federal Grant Programs – Why They Are Still Needed, Moderated by Andrew Roszak; Native Community Resilience Leaps Forward, By Lynda Zambrano; Protecting Water as a Lifeline in Disaster, By Mary Lasky & William Harris; Putting Transportation Under the Resilience Umbrella, By Laurel Radow; A Failure to Over-Communicate, By Terry Hastings; Resilient Communities – More Than Just “Grit”, By Nicolette Louissaint; Ham Radio Support for Tribal Emergency Preparedness, By Steve Aberle