Monthly Archives: March 2011

Review of New Jersey’s Nuclear Power Plants

The Department of Environmental Protection has announced the creation of a task force to conduct a thorough assessment of operations and emergency preparedness plans for New Jersey’s four nuclear generating facilities. The review will determine whether any early lessons from … Continue reading

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Emergency Communication Cases

One of the largest school districts in Los Angeles County, needed a turn-key Emergency Communication solution for their Emergency Management Department.  They knew they needed a mobile, durable and element resistant system to deploy for emergency situations, such as a … Continue reading

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Around Town – Dinner with the Governor of Minnesota and Friends

Dr. Ralph Bashioum, Homeland Advisory Group’s Josh Bashioum, Governor Tim Pawlenty, Radio Host Tom Barnard and Best-Selling Author Vince Flynn Continue reading

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WHAT HAPPENS IN A NUCLEAR MELTDOWN

WHAT HAPPENS IN A NUCLEAR MELTDOWN ? The Japanese reactors work by harnessing the energy of thousands of nuclear fuel rods, that are normally kept submerged in water to keep them cool. But if the cooling system fails, the heat … Continue reading

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Video – Second Explosion at Japan’s Fukushima Nuclear Plant

Video has just been released of the second explosion at Japan’s Fukushima Nuclear Plant.  A meltdown may occur should the reactor’s fuel rods remain exposed, Managing Director Akio Komori said at a press briefing in Tokyo today. The vessel containing … Continue reading

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Free Assistance for Victims of Japan Earthquake

Everyone at Homeland Advisory Group will keep the victims of the Japan Earthquake/Tsunami in our thoughts and prayers.  Our staff is ready to provide support and assistance to any family of victims in Japan.  Simply call our Emergency Line at … Continue reading

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Suspect & Vehicle Description Forms

  The Joint Regional Intelligence Center just released a great resource for businesses and agencies.  This 2 page document is a a fast and easy way to document a suspect and/or their vehicle from a crime in a format that … Continue reading

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Product Spotlight – Expired Emergency Rations

This week, we were asked a common question by a customer regarding the expiration of Emergency Rations. So what does one typically do with the expired emergency ration items (food, etc.)?  Would it be ok for us to give it … Continue reading

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CyberCrime – Cybercriminals Now Targeting POS(point-of-sale) Devices

Payment processing devices for credit and debit cards is the newest target for cybercriminals because of lax security controls.  The most common target, small businesses, according to a report from Trustwave. Trustwave, which investigates payment card breaches for companies such … Continue reading

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Training Spotlight – Search & Rescue Training

Homeland Advisory Group’s staff regularly volunteer to teach Emergency Preparedness Classes.  From FEMA’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) programs to advanced Search & Rescue, we proudly pass on our knowledge to public volunteers. If your corporate or government department is … Continue reading

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