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Survival: How a Culture of Preparedness Can Save You and Your Family from Disasters Hardcover – May 5, 2009
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"[Honoré] is not only a national hero, but an expert on how we should al prepare for natural and man-made disasters." -- Kyra Philips, CNN Newsroom
"Essential reading for anyone seeking to understand what went wrong, what went right, and what all of us can do to prepare for the next disaster." -- Anderson Cooper, CNN
"Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré's Survival reminds us why America must forge a new culture of preparedness to address emergencies at home. In this candid account of the efforts to respond to Hurricane Katrina, Honoré dissects our lessons learned and illuminates the measures leaders must take to effectively protect and defend the American people from future calamities. This is an important book by a good and able man who has rendered great service." -- President Bill Clinton
"The American Red Cross shares General Honoré's passion for preparedness and applauds his leadership in helping families and individuals get ready for emergencies." -- Bonnie McElveen, Chairman of the American Red Cross
"[Honoré's] message is that we can do better by each other and he suggests pertinent and feasible ways to do just that -- this is an important book, especialy now." -- Gregory Fontenot, Col., U.S. Army, Retired
"General Honoré, a true action hero, writes a national homeland security and well-being 'how-to code' for all sectors of U.S. society." -- Jim Clifton, Chairman & CEO of GALLUP
About the Author
Lt. Gen. Russel L. Honoré (U.S. Army, ret.) is CNN’s lead expert on disaster preparedness. He has served in a variety of planning and response operations, including Hurricane Floyd in 1999, Lili and Isidore in 2003, and Charley, Frances, Ivan, and Jeanne in 2004. He has also planned and supported U.S. military response operations abroad.