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- James Jay Carafano Senior Fellow, The Heritage Foundation
- Barbara Childs-Pair Director of the District of Columbia Emergency Management Agency (DCEMA).
- James Kish Director, Exercise Division, Office for Domestic Preparedness, Department of Homeland Security
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