The nation’s capital can play an integral role in terrorism simulations or exercises. And most of us don’t hear about these exercises until after the fact unless you are a part of them. Find out what really happens before and after the people in the hazard suits hit the field, why we have these exercises and what we learn from them.


  • 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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