alexa A Model for American Disaster Response Efforts and the Collective use of Military Forces Abroad

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A Model for American Disaster Response Efforts and the Collective use of Military Forces Abroad

On March 11, 2011 at 2:46 PM three giant earthquakes occurred along the edges of tectonic plates approximately 250 miles northeast of the Tohuku or Northeast region of Japan’s mainland, otherwise known as Honshu Island. At first thought to be a single giant earthquake, the series of tremors occurred in succession a mere 6 minutes from start to finish; registering at an unprecedented 9.0 on the Richter scale within the region.

Citation: Wilson RK (2012) Operation TOMODACHI: A Model for American Disaster Response Efforts and the Collective use of Military Forces Abroad. J Def Manag

 
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