Preparing for Disaster

Bielling, Patti
June 2007
Soldiers;Jun2007, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p38
This article discusses the functions of the U.S. Army North. Created in October 2005, the Army North is the Army component of the Northern Command, the unified command responsible for homeland defense and support of civil authorities. It maintains its readiness through robust planning, realistic training and established relationships with critical civilian and military partners in homeland defense and consequence management. Role of the Army North during the 2006 wildfire season is described.


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