Friday, October 12, 2007

FBI in TOPOFF,Russia vs US, Drills, +TSAT etc

FBI to Participate in TOPOFF 4 National Preparedness Exercise

From October 15 – 19, 2007, the Federal Bureau of Investigation will take part in a multi-agency national preparedness exercise known as Top Officials, or TOPOFF. Next week’s exercise is the fourth segment of the TOPOFF series of congressionally mandated exercises administered by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and designed to strengthen the nation’s capacity to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from large-scale terrorist attacks. This full-scale exercise will simulate the response to a radiological dispersal device attack. (cont..)

Putin Says Missile Plan Risks Relations

MOSCOW (AP) - In a tense start to talks on a range of thorny issues, President Vladimir Putin on Friday warned U.S. officials to back off a plan to install missile defenses in eastern Europe or risk harming relations with Moscow.
Addressing Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Defense Secretary Robert Gates, the Russian president appeared to mock the U.S. missile defense plan, which is at the center of a tangle of arms control and diplomatic disputes between the former Cold War adversaries.(cont..)

Mass-vaccination exercise gets flu shots to 1,584 (KS)

Carol Moyer sticks a bandage on the arm of Jean Lambert of Neosho Rapids after administering a flu shot Thursday afternoon at the Anderson Building on the Lyon County Fairgrounds. The flu shot clinic served 1,584 patients, with 313 coming in the first hour of the day-long event. Health and law enforcement officials, Red Cross, student nurses and other volunteers gained practice they will need in case of an outbreak of a serious disease or other disaster.

Large Metro fire drill scheduled for Saturday (DC)

Jet encounter over Hanford a test exercise (WA)

Modeling and simulation continues to bring high-paying jobs to Hampton Roads
From Hollywood to Hampton Roads. It's like a scene from the movie "Minority Report" with Tom Cruise, where one touch of a finger brought information to life. That will soon be a reality.
"That's very definitely the future in Suffolk," said Mike McGinnis, Ph.D., Executive Director of Old Dominion University's Virginia Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation Center.
The people who work at VMASC are still moving into their newly-finished 60,000 square foot home. The equipment will be set up soon.
From military exercises, to traffic backups, to evacuation routes, VMASC uses models and simulations to find answers. (cont..)

The Trouble with Terror Drills ( that they are the cover for fake terror)

DNDO radiation detection students graduate (what a joke, Raytheon sat's already do this)

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