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Emergency ResponseMilitary

All field operators— military personnel or emergency response workers—need numerous things to accomplish their mission. They require physical access to supplies, the ability to monitor their teammates, and the establishment of a main supply route (MSR). These operators also rely on communication to stay informed during dynamic situations, ask for

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Emergency ResponseMilitary

Every year, the Air National Guard holds its Patriot Exercise event. This training exercise brings together personnel from the Air National Guard, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and multiple local, state, and federal partners for a series of simulated scenarios designed to test their ability

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The United States operates more than 250 embassies and consulates across the globe. Stationed within these embassies and consulates are State Department employees and United States diplomatic personnel responsible for assisting American citizens abroad and playing an essential role in international relations and U.S. foreign affairs.   U.S. ambassadors and diplomats

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On June 6th, 2015, Richard Matt and David Sweat, were discovered missing at 5:17 a.m. from the Clinton Correctional Facility in upstate New York. Matt was serving 25 years to life and Sweat was serving life without parole. Following their escape, a three-week manhunt ensued. After three weeks, more than

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Emergency ResponseMilitary

When massive natural disasters strike our nation, or when other large emergency scenarios occur, National Guard units from across the country and representing multiple different states, will often be mobilized to respond. The nature of the National Guard and the work that it does can create some unique challenges when

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Emergency Response

As government agencies across the United States respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are several new and existing sources of funding to support these rapidly evolving, multi-agency efforts where communications will undoubtedly play a key role.  Earlier this week, the Senate passed a new emergency funding package totaling $340 billion,

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