The past year has been one to forget but it is also one to remember for sheer determination and teamwork in the face of adversity. More than ever before our GTSC members have shown tremendous support and understanding as we navigate our “new normal.”
As we reflect on the impacts of September 11th on our present and future, we at Homeland Security Today urge you to operationalize the pledge to never forget:
To recognize the evolving and changing nature of the threats to our people and way of life, and to work to be part of the solution.
To work to solve problems instead of creating more victims.
To unite as Americans against those who wish to harm us.
And, perhaps most importantly, to recognize that the consequences of just one successful attack are more than we are willing to tolerate.
Help us share your lessons, your heroes, your ideas for us to prevail over the numerous challenges faced by our homeland professionals at the local, state, and federal levels.
Daily you work with devoted, exceptional people who go above and beyond what is “required” because, to the benefit of the nation, they have made securing our homeland their personal mission.
“If Equifax can get penetrated, then Perceptics doesn’t really have much of a chance of preventing an attack.”
The enemies are China, Russia, al-Qaeda, terrorism, our debt, division. Not Republicans or Democrats, or this candidate or that.
The Glade honors all of the response, recovery, and rescue responders who came to NYC, the Pentagon and Pennsylvania.
Boshears has been a staunch, intelligent, and creative advocate on behalf of the small businesses that serve the Department of Homeland Security.
Vice Commandant Adm. Charles W. Ray stressed the importance of affinity groups and their ability to foster feelings of inclusion and community.
According to the CDC, some of the recent measles outbreaks were in part caused by targeted campaigns spreading misinformation.
The U.S. military justice system is designed for military personnel, not terrorists, says a new report from the National Security Institute (NSI) as it calls for reform.
Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers Association met its greatest challenges in the past couple of years: service members with no pay and families devastated by hurricanes.
On the heels of a “bomb cyclone” that slammed basin with catastrophic flooding, Harrell heads for Nebraska.
The defense team of Khalid Shaikh Mohammad is asking that Justice Parrella be removed as presiding judge because of an alleged conflict of interest.
“We’ve never really understood how big a problem we’re trying to solve,” says Border Patrol’s strategic analysis chief.
The accused now speak English, read all of our news and are allowed to cook and prepare food with spices, etc., provided by the base.
Kevin Metcalf talks to HSToday about the need for jurisdictional cooperation and for parents to get involved.
“When you see four women leading an organization like the CGEA, it empowers” Coast Guard women.
Indicators of compromise and threat information have been shared with multiple FBI field offices, which have identified victim companies.
Ostrowski, a 30-year Coast Guard veteran, assumed his new role Wednesday as the new guard will navigate CPOA’s landmark anniversary of serving the Chiefs of the U.S. Coast Guard.