Communication

Communication


communication

Imagine a NEWS FLASH reporting that Iran will launch a nuclear weapon aimed at the United States.  The reporter says the information is deemed reliable, gleaned from anonymous sources in the White House or Pentagon.  The next thing you see and hear is the horrified reporter yelling "Oh NO!" Your television screen shuts off.

You quickly press the power button, hoping against hope it's a power hiccup. Nothing.  You try to boot up your computer Nothing.  The radio isn't working either.  Now you have no idea what area of the country is being targeted. You immediately think of your family members living anywhere in the country.

How will you get the information you need to take appropriate action?  Do you go underground until the storm passes—or try to rescue your family?  

Find out how you can get critical information to protect your family when the power goes out.

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