When the United States entered World War II, it was in the midst of the largest peacetime deployment in U.S. history.
Today, with the Cold War over, it’s back.
This time, the U.N. is calling for an international effort to fight ISIS.
And it’s all because of the homeland defense community, which is a critical component of homeland defense.
“Homeland defense is the single most important security measure to keep Americans safe from threats like this,” U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said at the London Conference on Countering Violent Extremism on Sept. 10.
That’s what the homeland Defense Alliance, an alliance of about 40 cities, states, tribes, companies and faith-based groups, is doing to combat extremism. “
That means creating community-based, community-driven solutions for fighting domestic extremism, and building the resilience of the country.”
That’s what the homeland Defense Alliance, an alliance of about 40 cities, states, tribes, companies and faith-based groups, is doing to combat extremism.
The group’s president is a retired military general named Paul Meehan, and it’s the only group in the country to have been founded and run as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit since 2002.
It’s also the only one to have successfully implemented its vision to build a network of local and national leaders, including mayors and governors, who can lead local communities to respond to homegrown terror threats and identify homegrown threats.
This year, Meegan is hosting a Homeland Defense Summit, which he says is the first such gathering in the U, but also the first of its kind.
“What we have here is a coalition of a number of people who have a vision and a mission, and they want to build the best solution to address the challenges of this emerging threat, which can happen anywhere,” Meegovan said.
Meegans team includes a dozen leaders who have had military experience, including a retired Air Force colonel who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, a retired lieutenant colonel from South Carolina, and two former top U. S. Homeland Security officials.
They include a former New Jersey State Police lieutenant and a former FBI agent, as well as local and state officials, former U. N. ambassadors and federal prosecutors, former senior U. K. Department of Homeland Security leaders, former Homeland Security attorneys, former FBI and DHS prosecutors and a retired New York City mayor.
MEEHANS team, which includes representatives from many local and federal agencies, has been working for years to develop the national homeland defense plan, which has been the subject of fierce public debate.
The goal is to develop a unified national homeland security strategy that will guide local and local-level action to respond.
“This is not a partisan issue,” said the former FBI director.
“We have people from all sides of the political spectrum, and a lot of people in the community are saying, ‘Why don’t we go to Washington and ask for help?'”
Meehenko is also seeking to develop policies for local communities, such as whether to establish “sanctuary cities” that protect local residents from federal immigration enforcement.
This would mean providing federal funding for local law enforcement to cooperate with federal immigration agents, a move Meehans group believes is in the best interests of local law and order.
The federal government, which would provide support, would not be able to force cities to enforce federal immigration laws, which could put them at risk.
“If you go to jail and you are undocumented, you’re going to be deported, and the feds can’t do anything about that,” said former U