Campaign: Preparedness Capabilities and Assessments

Radiologic monitoring post-attack

The real elephant in the room is radiologic monitoring and sheltering. About a decade ago the US government got out of the radiologic monitoring business on US civilian nuclear battlefields. Since this time 1 hostile country has tested nuclear devices and another which has made repeated threats against the US is nearing that point. Considering the probability of retaliation in kind it would seem likely that such an attack ...more »

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Campaign: General Preparedness

Train and equip first responders against nuclear terrorism/attack.

The average first respnder says "we are expected to respond to nuclear terrorism or attack but we have not been trained or equipped." What is needed is a leader like Governor Tom Ridge who would be willing to equip our first responders with SIRAD radiation monitors developed by the Department of Defense (goto TSWG.gov and search "SIRAD") Governor Ridge could also inform U.S. emergency management of the self-training ...more »

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Campaign: Preparedness Policy and Guidance

Teach Practical Family Nuclear Civil Defense Strategies and Tactics...

The disarmament movement for decades has hyped that with nukes; all will die or it will be so bad you'll wish you had. Most have bought into it, now thinking it futile, bordering on lunacy, to try to learn how to survive a nuclear blast and radioactive fallout. Unfortunately, most govt officials have, too, as they are focused on #1- Interdiction, and #2- COG (Continuity of Govt) for when #1 fails, and have largely ignored ...more »

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