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Emergency Preparedness is a Team Effort
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You should have a home emergency kit that includes lights,
battery powered radio, backup power for your cell phone,
spare food, water, and blankets/warm clothing. Second,
you can get involved with the SNS/MCM program in your
county.
1) If your organization is qualified to become a Closed
POD, please contact your county team to begin the
process.
2) Volunteer to support a local Open POD - although no
specific skill is needed for many positions at the POD, all
PODs will have a significant need for medically qualified
personnel to help with the medical screening.

Wilbur E. Wolf III (left) is a retired Brigadier General and
Senior Partner with Aquila Strategy and Operations
Group, LLC. He is a senior leader, consultant, advisor,
and business owner with more than 30 years of
experience leading, teaching, coaching, mentoring,
and training civilian, government, and military
organizations. Mr. Wolf holds Masters Degrees in
Strategic Studies from the US Army War College
and in Systems Management from the University
of Southern California. He also holds a Bachelor of
Science in Forest Resource Management from West
Virginia University. Mr. Wolf retired in 2016 as a
Brigadier General in the Army National Guard with

3) Sign up for the County Medical Reserve Corps -
the MRC is open for any with or without a medical
background, it is a great way to get involved with the
SNS/MCM program and to get access to some fantastic
free training, to be included in general emergency
preparedness programs and communications, and it is a
great way to share your knowledge, skills, and capabilities
to help your neighbors and fellow citizens in a time of
need.
The leaders and teams in both Delaware County and
Chester County are working very hard to prepare for a disaster
that may never come. But, they also know that if we face a
potentially catastrophic situation like widespread exposure
to Anthrax or a rapid spread of Plague we will have only one
chance and a very short time to get our response right.
For more information regarding the SNS/MCM program in
the counties, please contact:

more than 12 years of active duty and about 20 years
National Guard service as an Infantry, Aviation, and
Military Intelligence Commander and Senior Staff
Officer. At Aquila SOG, Mr. Wolf, fellow senior Partner

Delaware County
SNS/MCM Coordinator/Overall Program Information:
Lori Devlin 610-891-5311

10 years of exceptional performance experience

SNS/MCM Closed POD Coordinator: Helen McGoohan
610-891-5311

delivering a broad range of consulting services

Medical Reserve Corps: Ed Kline 215-439-1407

Pat Carpenter, and the ASOG team have more than

including those related to emergency preparedness/
crisis response, continuity of operations/governance,

Chester County

leadership/leader and team development, critical

SNS/MCM Coordinator/Overall Program Information:

initiative planning and execution, facility/site security,

SNS/MCM Closed POD Coordinator:

workplace violence risk mitigation, active shooter
preparedness and response, and high-level/critical
scenario facilitation and negotiation.

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