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Topic: HLS 6000 DF6 Initial: Security Strategy, Hurricane Katrina
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS-WEEK 6
1. Background: My lecture notes comment on the National Health Security Strategy and Implementation Plan 2015-2018, a document which I did not ask you to read. In my summary, we discuss the technological advances, resulting in issues “such as the Ebola epidemic in west Africa, Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Hurricane Katrina, Superstorm Sandy and the 2009 H1N1 Influence pandemic”
Question: Which of the following: the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Hurricane Katrina, Superstorm Sandy and the 2009 H1N1 Influence pandemic has had the most significant affect upon our homeland security preparation and why?
2. In my questions for your consideration on The Looming Tower, I raised the issue of intelligence and evidence between the FBI and the CIA. In specific, I asked: The CIA looked at intelligence as an asset which needed to be used only in support of US national decision makers. The FBI looked at intelligence a possible evidence in criminal proceedings. In a few sentences, is it reasonable to consider that these positions can be reconciled?
Discussion Questions Name Institution Discussion Questions Hurricane Katrina has had the most significant effect upon the homeland security preparation. This is because, when the Katrina struck, the country was unprepared for massive natural disasters. There were many mistakes made during response to victims and also lack of required resources to deal with a storm of that magnitude (LeVines, 2013). After the storm, major changes in pr