Six months after the attack on the Pentagon, Kojo and guests look at how prepared the region is for future acts of terrorism.

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  • Peter LaPorte Director, D.C. Emergency Management Agency
  • Michael C. Rogers Executive Director, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
  • Lynn Frank Chief of Public Health Services, Montgomery County
  • Jim Schwartz Director of the Arlington County Office of Emergency Management

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