Russell C. Coile
Admiral Briscoe then showed us the fl ies he had just made that morning.
The most spectacular was a `Royal Coachman.'
Director of Disaster Services, American Red Cross, Carmel Area Chapter,
Carmel, California, November 2000 to November 2001
Adjunct Professor, Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis, Naval Postgraduate
School, Monterey, California, May 1998 to May 2000.
Assisting in research on development of models of response by local
governments to acts of terrorism involving chemical-biological weapons of
Disaster Coordinator, Pacifi c Grove Fire Department, City of Pacifi c Grove,
California, January 1990 to October 2000.
Responsible for disaster preparedness for the City of Pacifi c Grove.
Duties included: initiating emergency preparedness programs, revising
and updating the City's Multi-Hazard Emergency Plan, designing the City's
Emergency Operating Center, writing Emergency Operating Center Standard
Operating Procedures, planning and conducting the City's exercises such
as the participation in the annual statewide earthquake exercise each April,
conducting public education programs, writing the City's Radio Amateur
Civil Emergency Service Plan, organizing local amateur radio operators in
the City's RACES group, teaching and organizing the City's Volunteers in
Preparedness (neighborhood emergency response teams), and training
all City employees in the State's Standardized Emergency Management
Senior Scientist, VRC Corporation (formerly Evaluation Technology, Inc.),
Research on command and control systems, total quality management,
and test and evaluation. Research on mass transit system emergencies.
Deputy Executive Director/Chief Scientist, Planning Research Corporation,
Fort Ord, California
Management of a 200 person ($10 million dollar) contract with the
U.S. Army to administer the Scientifi c Support Laboratory of the Combat