Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina

Lessons for Army Planning and Operations

Unknown - 2007
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The efforts undertaken by civilian and military organizations in response to Hurricane Katrina were historically unprecedented, but problems did arise in the military response that contributed to delays in accomplishing evacuations and relief operations across the storm-ravaged areas of Louisiana and Mississippi, particularly New Orleans. A number of steps can be taken to enhance future military disaster-response efforts: give the National Guard the federal mission to conduct homeland security activities; make each National Guard unit capable of rapid deployment; prepare governors to call up G.
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : RAND, ©2007.
Characteristics: data file
1 online resource (xviii, 87 pages) : illustrations
Additional Contributors: Davis, Lynn E. (Lynn Etheridge), 1943-

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