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Dukes of Hazards: The Emergency Management Podcast

By Mitch Stripling & Andrew McMahan

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Description

An irreverent but useful podcast about disaster response, emergency management, mobilization culture, community resilience, and life in emergency operations.

Customer Reviews

Great Podcast

Love the show. The host do a great job and the guest provide incredible insight into EM field.

Diverse pool of knowledge

If you want to learn about all sorts of interesting aspects of emergency management, exploring details that you might not have considered, you can either attend a bunch of long conferences and try not to fall asleep or you can listen to Dukes of Hazards. I’ve listened to nearly every episode and I have been very entertained so far. My favorite aspect is that the guests come from a variety of backgrounds, public, private, and academic sectors included. Keep it up!

Entertaining and Informative

The Dukes bring a great dose of humor to conversations about Emergency Management. Episodes will appeal to anyone in the profession as well as those with a casual interest in disaster preparedness. I look forward to more conversations and stories from diverse guests on the show.

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