In this issue of the Journal of Civil Defense you will learn how civil defense is managed in the United States and how it compares to other countries like Switzerland. Also in this issue are civil defense details for the handicapped, how warning systems are used, and a look at combat medicine.
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2 From the President
Don’t be shy about talking to others about the materials provided by the Journal of Civil Defense
3 Thinking Outside the Box
Civil Defense Warning Systems
4 Civil Defense in the United States
Huntsville reactivates public fallout shelters
10 Civil Defense in Switzerland
Every Swiss citizen going to a public shelter knows where his shelter is located. He and his family are assigned to that shelter by name and address and they take pride and responsibility in keeping that shelter maintained.
13 Civil Defense for the Handicapped
One in five Americans, a full 20% of the population, are dealing with some form of age-related, mobility, hearing, sight or cognitive challenge
16 Combat Medicine
The spirit of good medicine
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