Military, Civilian Emergency Comm Tested

June 2007
Fire Chief;Jun2007, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the two-week national level exercise which involved local, state, and federal government agencies held in Alaska. The test proved the capabilities of a system which is designed to offer effective communication and organization between emergency responders. Air Force Lt. Gen. Douglas Fraster of Alaska Command said that it was a perfect opportunity to test the capabilities of Incident Command System and the ability of Air Force to integrate with its civilian counterparts.


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