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Civil Support: Actions Are Needed to Improve DODäó»s Planning for a Complex Catastrophe
Brian Lepore (au)
The U.S. continues to face an uncertain and complicated security environment, as major disasters and emergencies, such as the Boston Marathon bombings and Hurricane Sandy, illustrate. The Department of Defense (DOD) supports civil authoritiesäó» response to domestic incidents through an array of activities collectively termed civil support. In July 2012, DOD began to plan for federal military support during a complex catastrophe -- such as a large earthquake that causes extraordinary levels of casualties or damage, and cascading failures of critical infrastructure. This report assesses the extent to which DOD has (1) planned for and identified capabilities to respond to complex catastrophes; and (2) established a command and control construct for complex catastrophes and other multistate incidents. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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