Featured in this issue: Degrees of Progress – Emergency Management: Today and Tomorrow, By Kay C. Goss; Destination Decisions: Back to the Future, Again and Again, By Joseph Cahill; An Opportunity Beckons – Converging Disaster Recovery and Infrastructure Resilience, By Dennis R. Schrader; 2010: Will It Be “The Year of the IMT”?, By Steven Grainer; Party Crashers Should Go From White House to Big House, By Bradley Blakeman; Emergency Preparedness in Healthcare – 2010 and Beyond, By Theodore (Ted) Tully; The Coast Guard Looks Ahead – A Closer Spirit of Cooperation With Local Agencies, By Corey Ranslem; First-Person Report – Forecast 2010: A New Model for Disaster Management, By Mark Merritt; The Jeff Cooper Principles: Changes Needed in Personal Defensive Preparedness, By Joseph Trindal; Hospital Preparedness 2010: Are Additional Advances Possible?, By Craig DeAtley; The Long and Winding Road of Preparedness Measurement, By Timothy Beres; and Protecting Citizens by Predicting Future Threats, By JL Smither



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