Monthly Archives: February 2011

Video: San Francisco’s 1989 Earthquake from the CHP’s point of view

Video: San Francisco’s 1989 Earthquake from the CHP’s point of view On October 17th, 1989 at approximately 5:04 pm Pacific Standard Time, the San Andreas Fault shifted and a massive earthquake struck the San Fransisco Bay Area.  The California Highway … Continue reading

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Case Studies – Big Bear Emergency Shelter Part 2

Homeland Advisory Group sent staff up to Big Bear Lake in January to assist a private 270 acre retreat become an Emergency Evacuation Center for the surrounding Antelope Valley. The planning process has reached the midway point.  We have scheduled … Continue reading

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Boston’s Curry College Hockey Team Coughing up Blood

“Half the team was coughing up blood” said Josh Pineiro of Curry College, “Others had chest pains, dizziness and nausea.” The official diagnosis is not yet know, however there is a good chance their symptoms could have been from Carbon … Continue reading

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INSPIRE Magazine Directs Operatives to Extort/Steal from Western Businesses

Financial institutions in the USA are at a heightened risk for extortion efforts by Islamic Extremists.  The most recent issue of Inspire magazine, an Islamic Extremist publication, encourages its followers to steal and extort from western businesses and government agencies. … Continue reading

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84yo Man Survived Five Days In Desert – Drinking Wiper Fluid

Henry Morello, 84, got lost driving home from a friend’s house last week and ran his car into a ditch after making a U-turn.  He was then stranded in the Arizona desert for five days, surviving by drinking windshield-wiper fluid. … Continue reading

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On February 6, 2011 at approximately 10:00 PM Oscar Rios, a 17 year old male from Las Cruces, escaped from the John Paul Taylor Juvenile Detention Facility west of Las Cruces. Rios is described as an Hispanic male, six feet, … Continue reading

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Free Disaster Plans

Homeland Advisory Group offers Free Emergency Planning services to non-profit companies and organizations.  Selections are made once a quarter.  Give us a call to submit your proposal for a Free Emergency Plan. 866.585.9043

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Announcing: Feral Pig and Boar Eradication Planning

Homeland Advisory Group has launched a new Eradication Planning service to approach this emerging problem in a cost effective, humane and efficient manner.  Professionally organized systematic extermination programs have proved their success in cases such as the wild boar eradication … Continue reading

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Look Up Your Local Emergency Radio Station

Below is a list of Emergency Alert Radio Stations across the United States. Everyone should know their local Emergency Broadcast Station in the event mainstream media channels have been disrupted in a catastrophic disaster. The majority of these stations are broadcast on the AM frequency. We always list the local station in all of our clients Emergency Plans, we feel its that important.

Take a look and write down your local Emergency Alert Frequency in a safe place. Continue reading

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CNN’s Anderson Cooper Crew Attacked in Egypt

This is what happens when CNN sends Anderson Cooper and his camera crew to Egypt with too little Contingency Planning and no Private Security.  This was a dangerous mistake that could have had devastating consequences. Homeland Advisory Group offers free … Continue reading

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