Materials Distribution in a Public Health Crisis

by Joseph Cahill -

From the Middle Ages to the present, the most useful, as well as cost-effective, tool in the emergency-management supply kit was, and is, common sense. Which means, in certain respects, considering all everyday tasks to be emergencies, and approaching all

Days of Reckoning: The Maximum Effort

by Joseph Cahill -

In times of major disasters, natural or manmade, few if any hospitals or other agencies have the personnel and other resources needed to handle all the casualties. But a good start can be made by planning ahead, training, working with other hospitals, and

Tokyo, Granitville, and Innocent Children

by Joseph Cahill -

The killing tools available today are extremely lethal, and, not limited to the military forces of nation states but also available to an increasingly large number of terrorist groups.