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    The Civil defense in Saudi Arabia is the one of the governmental bodies that is intended to provide rapidly assistances to citizens in emergency cases. However, these efforts need convenient coordination and cooperation between many of governmental bodies to fulfill their goals, which are divided into specific tasks for each one of these bodies to do. My question is, which is the govermental body in USA that is responsible of emergancy management?
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    Quote Originally Posted by amar20007 View Post
    The Civil defense in Saudi Arabia is the one of the governmental bodies that is intended to provide rapidly assistances to citizens in emergency cases. However, these efforts need convenient coordination and cooperation between many of governmental bodies to fulfill their goals, which are divided into specific tasks for each one of these bodies to do. My question is, which is the govermental body in USA that is responsible of emergancy management?
    Emergency management is done at the local, county, state and federal levels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amar20007 View Post
    The Civil defense in Saudi Arabia is the one of the governmental bodies that is intended to provide rapidly assistances to citizens in emergency cases. However, these efforts need convenient coordination and cooperation between many of governmental bodies to fulfill their goals, which are divided into specific tasks for each one of these bodies to do. My question is, which is the govermental body in USA that is responsible of emergancy management?
    FEMA, AKA Federal Emergency Management Agency is our federal level.

    States have their EMA offices, as well as counties, towns, etc

    When most state Emergency Operations Centers are activated, they include reps from all state agencies, as well as external groups.

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    Gentlemen, based on the OP's origins, I strongly caution everyone against answering any further questions.
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    Because he is from Saudi Arabia? Really?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FWDbuff View Post
    Gentlemen, based on the OP's origins, I strongly caution everyone against answering any further questions.
    Yeah, he might have to go look on FEMA's web page to get the same information.....

    Really?

    I have to think that if he really were up to no good he would have,

    a. A better source than here.

    b. Sense enough not to claim to be from another country.

    c. Pick a country that is not an ally.

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    better not tell him about google, he'll kill us all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tajm611 View Post
    better not tell him about google, he'll kill us all.
    Had to say it didn't you. Time to head to the shelter now that you let it out.

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    THATS WHAT SHE SAID
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    I certainly understand that there are many other sources for him to find information from, but why make it easy?? Besides, if he was dumb enough to come on here and ask a question that any Junior Probationary Explorer Terrorist would already know the answer too, there's no telling what he might ask. Just sayin'
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    Because to anyone not an active member of this forum, it may appear that its an actual source of information.
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    Thank you for your rapid answer and for your attention.
    I understand from your answers, that a commander, who work in American fire services, focuses his interests on one task and there are other commanders have tasks to supervise in emergency cases. Whereas, Saudi Civil Defense Officers have two tasks in the same time because they deal with regular fire incidents and prepare contingencies plans for disaster cases!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FWDbuff View Post
    I certainly understand that there are many other sources for him to find information from, but why make it easy??
    BECAUSE NOT EVERYONE (read: almost no one) WHO LIVES IN THE MIDDLE EAST OR IS A FOLLOWER OF ISLAM IS A TERRORIST!


    Jesus freaking christ...and people wonder why Americans are viewed as so ignorant...

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    Just proves the fact that dinosaurs have a brain the size of a walnut !

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATFDFF View Post
    BECAUSE NOT EVERYONE (read: almost no one) WHO LIVES IN THE MIDDLE EAST OR IS A FOLLOWER OF ISLAM IS A TERRORIST!


    Jesus freaking christ...and people wonder why Americans are viewed as so ignorant...


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    Quote Originally Posted by ATFDFF View Post
    BECAUSE NOT EVERYONE (read: almost no one) WHO LIVES IN THE MIDDLE EAST OR IS A FOLLOWER OF ISLAM IS A TERRORIST!


    Jesus freaking christ...and people wonder why Americans are viewed as so ignorant...
    While buff jumped the gun, I think your assumption is just as incorrect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FWDbuff View Post
    Gentlemen, based on the OP's origins, I strongly caution everyone against answering any further questions.
    Seriously? First of all we have no idea what the origins are. Secondly, if it's really SA, they'r our ally. Lastly, even if they're not, it's not as if we're talking about any national secrets here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FWDbuff View Post
    Gentlemen, based on the OP's origins, I strongly caution everyone against answering any further questions.
    Loosen the headband on the tinfoil hat brother.
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    I understand what you're saying Buff, but, really, you should have left it in your head, and not put it to the keyboard.

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