Hurricane Sandy… Two Years Later

by Cameron Green of GAPP March 23, 2015 Bug In

The events of October 2012  in the NY/NJ area are well known to the nation.  Hurricane sandy made landfall and wreaked havoc on many towns.  Being one of the most densely populated areas on the planet, the damage was in the billions.  Major parts of the NY and NJ infrastructure were damaged including railways, roads, […]

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Benefits of CERT Training

by Mr-Jones August 5, 2011 CERT

I live in a community of less than 10,000 people in rural Cache Valley on the ID/UT border with volunteer fire and ambulance service.  It’s been 8 months now since I joined my local Community Emergency Response Team.  Since then: I have completed CERT level I training (Taught by my city’s FD battalion commander) and […]

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