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Civil-Military Relations in Emergency Management

Both U.S. civil defense of the past and homeland security of the present demonstrate that disaster policy has always had a degree of national security and military penetration. However, few appreciate how dramatic the latest penetration of military and national security matters has been in American ...

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Tue Jul 28 2009

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Both U.S. civil defense of the past and homeland security of the present demonstrate that disaster policy has always had a degree of national security and military penetration. However, few appreciate how dramatic the latest penetration of military and national security matters has been in American emergency and public management. There are both positives and negatives associated with ramping up militarization and national security presence in emergency management specifically, and public management more generally.

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