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Thoughts on “Unlocking Interoperability” Article

The article, “Unlocking Interoperability: What It Means for Next-Generation Public Safety Communications,” by Robert Stack, which appeared in the in the July 21st issue of Homeland Security Today, hits home for many of us who manufacture emergency communications equipment. As one of those manufacturers, Zetron agrees wholeheartedly with the points Mr. Stack makes about the… Keep Reading

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Kabul in 2015. Saigon in 1975. There’s a Glaring Comparison

Excellent piece [Godfrey Garner, Contributing Writer] written by an operator instead of just another clueless civilian. Couldn’t agree more with the point(s) and statements made. Our current situation is one of the many reasons we as a country are in the serious position that we’re in. It is time for serious people to make serious… Keep Reading

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‘Preparation for the Totally Unknown is Essential’ — Especially Cyber

I would say that we should prepare especially for cyber! While there is some degree of experience on all other catastrophes (excluding meteorites maybe), no one knows really what’s going to happen in case of a major cyber attack or catastrophe. No one ever experienced that. If you consider that hurricanes are nothing new and… Keep Reading

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Liked the April/May “Jester” Issue

[The] April/May [issue of Homeland Security Today was] one of your best issues ever! Lots of interesting and relevant articles. Keep up the good work! Tim Riecker Keep Reading

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Lauding Our Diversity of Coverage

My thinking is that [the Dec-Jan, 2013-2014 issue of Homeland Security Today] is a good example of the type of disparate, yet relevant information HST offers its readers. In my mind, three standout articles were: the editorial, “Fill All the Leadership Positions at DHS;" “Social Media Has Intelligence Value for Border Security;" and “Systems Shutdown."… Keep Reading

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Another Fan

Awesome magazine! Keep up the great work. Kevin, Vienna, Va. Keep Reading

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Fan of Homeland Security Today’s ‘In-depth’ Reporting

Admiring the commitment you put into your site and [the]in-depth information you present. It’s awesome to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same old rehashed information. Great read! I’ve bookmarked your site and I’m adding your RSS feeds to my Google account. Reader of Homeland Security Today commenting on a "Kimery… Keep Reading

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The Surveillance State: How Did it Come to This

To the Editor: Kudos to Dan Verton for speaking out against the surveillance state being amassed in the name of the American people without their knowledge or consent [Homeland Security Today Editor’s Letter, June/July 2013]. A KGB-like fortress mentality has taken hold that poses a serious threat to US credibility around the globe. The problem is you can’t keep… Keep Reading

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‘Big Fan … for Years’

"I’ve been a big fan of [Homeland Security Today] for years and my new position will engage the homeland defense and homeland security arenas tremendously." "What HST does for our nation definitely keeps us safe … your professional journal has been an important part of my life for years." — Army Lt. Col. (Ret.) Stephen Malone,… Keep Reading

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Former USNG Advisor to USNORTHCOM Says Governors Association Omitted Key Issues in Report

To the Editor: In your recent [Oct. 10] article, Governors’ Narrative Recounts Battle for State Command of National Guard During Disasters, about the governors’ control of military forces and the advent of Dual Status Command, most of your reporting is correct, but there are some key omissions. [Editor’s note: the article by Homeland Security Today Washington… Keep Reading

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