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Senior Advisor for the Office of Response and Recovery Mike Plostock shares his experience responding after the Surfside Collapse.

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Senior Advisor for the Office of Response and Recovery Mike Plostock shares his experience responding after the Surfside Collapse.

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Senior Advisor for the Office of Response and Recovery Mike Plostock shares his experience responding after the Surfside Collapse.

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FEMA is launching a dual-language advertising campaign to educate and remind residents of the flood preparedness actions they can take to fit almost any budget.

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FEMA is launching a dual-language advertising campaign to educate and remind residents of the flood preparedness actions they can take to fit almost any budget.

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Mass attacks in public spaces are not uncommon in the United States. This year the country has already experienced 267 mass shootings and several other mass attacks. These types of attacks can be well thought out or random. Individuals may use a firearm, a vehicle, homemade bombs and other methods to cause mass casualties.

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Mass attacks in public spaces are not uncommon in the United States. This year the country has already experienced 267 mass shootings and several other mass attacks. These types of attacks can be well thought out or random. Individuals may use a firearm, a vehicle, homemade bombs and other methods to cause mass casualties.

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Mass attacks in public spaces are not uncommon in the United States. This year the country has already experienced 267 mass shootings and several other mass attacks. These types of attacks can be well thought out or random. Individuals may use a firearm, a vehicle, homemade bombs and other methods to cause mass casualties.

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Federal funding for the National Guard to support the whole-of-America response to COVID-19 under Title 32 of the U.S. Code is transitioning to state active duty on July 1, 2022.

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Federal funding for the National Guard to support the whole-of-America response to COVID-19 under Title 32 of the U.S. Code is transitioning to state active duty on July 1, 2022.

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