New training modules for tactical combat casualty care will be developed for the US Army by MedCognition, in collaboration with Chenega Healthcare Services for the US Army. (Courtesy of MedCognition)

PerSim: A Breakthrough in Medical Simulation for the Battlefield (Video)

MedCognition, a Medtech startup has been contracted to develop military medical training modules for the United States Army using its PerSim augmented reality (AR) patient simulator system. MedCognition will utilize its PerSim...
A New York National Guard Soldier and Airman assigned to Joint Task Force Empire Shield keep an eye on the crowd coming and going in New York City's Pennsylvania Station Amtrak terminal on Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014. The two are part of the New York National Guard's 500-member State Active Duty force that assists the Metropolitan Transit Authority Police Department, the Bridge and Port Authority Police Department and the Amtrak Police at New York City's airports and key transit terminals. The uniformed National Guard members do not have arrest authority but provide additional eyes and assist police when requested. (Courtesy of National Guard by Staff Sgt. Christopher S. Muncy)

Air National Guard Takes Over Penn Station for Official ANG Day 2019

The Air National Guard (ANG) is launching the largest media takeover in its history, at Pennsylvania Station, (New York Penn Station or Penn Station), the main intercity railroad station in New York City and the busiest in...
SAM® XT rises above other tourniquets as the preferred choice due to its rapid application using TRUFORCE™ technology, an auto-lock buckle that eliminates tourniquet slack by activating innovative baseline force control. Simply CLICK, TWIST and SECURE for a life-saving tourniquet application. (Courtesy of Sam Medical)

SAM XT Extremity Tourniquet Recommended by DoD CoTCCC

SAM Medical, a leader in the pre-hospital, trauma care market, is pleased to announce the SAM XT Extremity Tourniquet (SAM XT) has been recommended by the U.S. Department of Defense's Committee...
An effective Threat Vulnerability Risk Assessment (TVRA) is the first step in developing a valuable school security program, identifying the security risks a particular school faces and ensures that a physical security program is designed to combat those risks, providing a roadmap that can be used to refine or develop a properly integrated safety and security program. 

The Value of Training – ‘ASTORS’ Award Winning True Security Design

By Joseph Pangaro, CPM, CSO True Security Design, recently recognized as the 2018 Gold Award Winner of the Annual ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program for Best Risk Analysis Methodology, is a provider of...

DOJ Focuses on Nation’s LEO’s Mental Health: 11 Case Studies

"The mental well-being of the men and women who serve and protect our communities is every bit as important as their physical health and safety." "Our nation’s law enforcement officers—and their civilian...
In 2015, Leonard Nimoy died from COPD. Through his family’s endorsement, Leonard’s story lives on as part of the Tips From Former Smokers® campaign. (Courtesy of CDC)

8th ‘Tips from Former Smokers’ Returns for April (Multi-Video)

New emotionally powerful ads have kicked off the eighth year of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) “Tips From Former Smokers” campaign which share personal stories of Americans suffering from...
The updated AMBER Alert Program Best Practices resource guide provides a “what works” approach based on input of those who lead and oversee AMBER Alerts as part of larger missing persons and child protection programs at the state and regional levels. (Courtesy of the National Criminal Justice Training Center)

New Updated AMBER ALERT Best Practice Guide Now Available

The Department of Justice has released new updated guidelines to help states and regional offices recover abducted children through America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response (AMBER) Alerts. The updated AMBER Alert Program Best...
Nanotechnology, manufactured at scale and low cost while posing minimal health risks, may point to a future with fewer fires that are less lethal and less damaging.(Courtesy of U.S. Air National Guard by Airman 1st Class Amber Powell)

USFA: Using Nanotechnology to Minimize Fire Damage

April 10, 2019 - Breaking News - U.S. Fire Administration The U.S. Fire Administration reported over 1.3 million structure fires in 2017 causing an estimated 3,400 deaths, 14,670 injuries and $23 billion...
The CAIRA from Haines Security Solutions is designed to identify and quantify vulnerabilities and risks associated with applicable Critical Infrastructure (CI) systems being subjected to various natural and manmade threats. This information empowers decision makers in making informed decisions, setting priorities, and developing future plans, projects, and programs needed to remediate, mitigate, or accepting the risk, and identifies cost-effective solutions to mitigate risk and assists in the development of projects to correct noted deficiencies.

HEY BOSS, IT’S TIME FOR YOUR ‘SECURITY’ COLONSCOPY

Quantifying Asset Values, Threats, Vulnerabilities and Risks Guest Editorial by Doug Haines Every year or so, I get a medical check-up and every year the doc says, “Why don’t we schedule that colonoscopy...

NICE & FBINAA Partner for Global Educational & Research Initiatives

Every police investigation is a race against time. The first 48 to 72 hours are critical. The longer it takes to develop a lead, identify a suspect or make an arrest, the...