NIMS ICS All-Hazards Liaison Officer Course day-2

Day-2 of the All-Hazards IMT Liaison Officer Course at Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security.

Lots to discuss as we continue to share real-world examples of LOFRs in action.

Got a chance to share my experiences from Operation Barclay w/ the USNavy as well as other disasters.

Also want to mention this rockstar, my co-instructor Rhode Island Exercise Officer Steve is OUTSTANDING!

Great to teach with an instructor with real experience and believes in coordination with locals in any disaster.

I’d teach with this guy in a heartbeat. Ask Elayne, he’s solid.

Great fun class with so much experience. I can’t remember the last time we had this kind of diversity from local, county, state, and Federal participation.

As we close out the class, aka demobilization, I always review the comments.

Awwwwww, you are the best!!!! *blush*

EMI is going to have fun inputting those comments. #BOOM

<But seriously, I might have to frame that first one.>

Special thanks to my old friends in central Ohio….and many thanks to my new friends from across the country. It was a great week to be teaching NIMS/ICS All-Hazards Incident Management Team Liaison Officer to real pros.

Happy AlohaFriday everyone!

@rusnivek

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