Broadcast Station Design Engineer, Colton & Foss, Washington, D.C.
Working for a consulting engineering fi rm designing AM and FM radio
broadcast stations and appearing as an `Expert Witness' in Federal
Communications Commission hearings.
Magnetician, Carnegie Institution of Washington, D.C. Earthquake research
at a geophysical observatory at Huancayo, Peru conducting research on
earthquakes, lightning, and radio propagation through the ionosphere.
MILITARY EXPERIENCE -- Military experience included Reserve Offi cer
training in high school and college. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant
in the U.S. Army Signal Corps Reserve upon graduation from college. Now
Colonel, U. S. Air Force (Retired).
AMATEUR RADIO -- Amateur radio operator participating in emergency
communications at my amateur stations, K6FVH, W3EJK, W1ILE, KC6TUW,
KO6IA and currently K6FVH.President - Naval Postgraduate School Amateur
Radio Club, 1996. American Red Cross Courses; Introduction to Disaster
Services; Shelter Operations; Survey & Damage Assessment; Shelter
Management Workshop; Disaster Assistance Team Orientation; Ethics
Seminar; Serving the Diverse Community; Local Disaster Volunteers; Living
with Earthquakes (Train-the-Trainers); Mitigation; Liaison and Mass Care.
FEMA's EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE, Emmitsburg, Maryland
E-200 Disaster Preparedness Seminar, 24-26 Sept 1990
G-120 Exercise Design, (CSTI), 4 Aug 1994
G-130 Exercise Evaluation, (CSTI), 20 Mar 1997
G-230 Introduction to Emergency Management, (CSTI), 17 Aug 1995
G-235 Emergency Planning, (CSTI), 16 Dec 1994
G-241 Basic Skills in Decision Making and Problem Solving, (CSTI), 28
G-243 Basic Skills in Creative Financing, (CSTI) 30 Apr 1993
G-244 Developing Volunteer Resources, (CSTI), 28-29 November 1995
G-245 Civil Defense: All Hazards Course, (CSTI), 7-11 Dec 1992
G-250.1 State and Local Continuity of Government, (CSTI), 15 Oct 1992
G-385.Disaster Recovery Operations, (CSTI), 8 Jul 1994
G-393 Mitigation for Emergency Managers, (CSTI), 24 Feb 1999