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As the Gulf Coast braces for the seventh named storm to strike the area this season, it is critical for those in the storm’s path to prepare for impact.

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In 2019, Lindsey Parker had not yet completed her first internship at FEMA when she decided she would try to return as an intern the following year.

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Kathy Smith, AICP, Planning and Safety Branch Chief shares her views on the importance of the 20th anniversary of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000. 

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Bridget Bean, Senior Official Performing the Duties of Deputy Administrator for Resilience at FEMA, shares why she believes participating in the Great ShakeOut can help save lives.

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The following message is from Katherine Fox, Assistant Administrator for the Mitigation Directorate in FEMA’s Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration.

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Hodgen Mainda, Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance and the State Fire Marshal, shares his perspective on why National Preparedness Month is important.

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Hurricane Sally made landfall on Tuesday near Gulf Shores, Alabama, as a category 2 hurricane, causing widespread flooding and leaving behind a trail of destruction.

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Retired Navy veteran Marty Severson never expected a summer rain to subme

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Last updated March 6, 2020