Monthly Archives: January 2011

Homeland Advisory Group – Business Disaster Recovery

Many of our clients have been asking about emergency business recovery services.  We decided to partner with Agility Recovery to offer the entire process from planning for to recovery from disasters. If you choose to add Agility Recovery to your … Continue reading

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Scientists Warn of Inevitable Winter SUPERSTORM – The ARkStorm

All this severe winter weather has the Homeland Advisory Group staff talking again about the ARkStorm.  Beginning on Christmas Eve, 1861, and continuing into early 1862, an extreme series of storms lasting 45 days struck California. The storms caused severe … Continue reading

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Case Studies – Big Bear Emergency Shelter Part 1

Homeland Advisory Group sent staff up to Big Bear Lake the beginning of this week to assist a private 270 acre retreat become an Emergency Evacuation Center for the surrounding Antelope Valley.  We’ll be updating the story as the project … Continue reading

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Domodedovo Airport Bombing, Moscow

On January 24th at 4:32PM local time, an explosion occurred at the Domodedovo Airport – approximately 25 miles southeast of Moscow – resulting in at least 31, and possibly as many as 35 deaths and 130 injuries. Reports suggest that … Continue reading

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School Shooting…Again

A gun in a 10th-grader’s backpack discharged January 18 when he dropped the bag, wounding two students at Gardena High School, including one who remained in critical condition, the police said. Both teens were hit with the same bullet, Los … Continue reading

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Responding to an Active Shooter

Every business and school should prepare for an Active Shooter Scenario similar to what recently occurred in Arizona.  Below are two documents that are a good start to preparing for a similar event.  Professional advice should always be sought for … Continue reading

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Scientists warn California could be struck by a winter superstorm – Named the “ARkStorm”

Beginning on Christmas Eve, 1861, and continuing into early 1862, an extreme series of storms lasting 45 days struck California. The storms caused severe flooding, turning the Sacramento Valley into an inland sea. The storms were caused by atmospheric rivers, … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Day

US civil rights leader Martin Luther King,Jr. (C) waves to supporters from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial 28 August 1963 on the Mall in Washington DC (Washington Monument in background) during the “March on Washington”. 28 August marks the … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned Series Part 2 – John Deere Worldwide

“Safety and security of employees has always been a major priority for our company,” stated Allen Steinbeck, Director of John Deere Worldwide Security/Aviation. One of the oldest manufacturing companies in the United States, John Deere, is making emergency preparedness a … Continue reading

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Would be TSA saboteur sentenced to 2 years in prison

A former data analyst for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was sentenced January 11 to 2 years in federal prison for trying to sabotage a computer network used for screening airline passengers. The man admitted in 2010 to attempting to … Continue reading

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