Being prepared for a Terrorist Attack

Posted by belino on Wed, 06/24/2009 - 05:48

I think it’s really important to prepare for another terrorist attack. After all, we’re never really safe – especially now that North Korea has weapons that can reach us, and with Osama Bin Laden still at large. I’ve heard of certifications offered through private groups that deal with this and was wondering if anyone has taken anything like this class offered by USSD. It seems like a http://www.atwussd.com (credible disaster preparedness training) program. Are there others that anyone knows about? Or recommendations you have? I’d like to get my options before deciding on one…

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Has anyone had any experience with this specific disaster preparation class? My friend is highly recommending that I take it.

Many organizations and their




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