We want to hear from you with your plans for the inaugural weekend and your thoughts on the atmosphere in the region as it approaches.
Six months after the attack on the Pentagon, Kojo and guests look at how prepared the region is for future acts of terrorism.
- 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
- James "Jim" Schwartz Director of the Arlington County Office of Emergency Management
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