Liberty Grove, WI
Post #9290 Fish Creek, WI
#3088 Sturgeon Bay, WI
Post #51 Sturgeon Bay,
Posts #527 Sister
Posts #72 Sturgeon
Posts #372 Maplewood,
Posts #402 Washington
Sturgeon Bay, WI
The first step in becoming "mission ready" is to learn as much as
you can about our Door County Emergency Government, Law Enforcement,
Fire Fighters, and Homeland Security Professionals. Learn what they are
doing, get to know them all, and get to know them KNOW.
click here to learn about our Door
County Emergency Services Committee...
|To learn about local VA Benefits go to:
|To learn about State VA Benefits go to:
|To learn about Federal VA Benefits go to:
|To keep on top of protection our nations
infrastructure, I recommend joining InfraGard, an FBI
public-to-private partnership formed in 1996. Go go:
|To keep up with terrorist alerts in
Wisconsin, join the Midwest Emergency Response network at:
|We need to come up with a system to track and
assemble our veterans on active duty, retired, and deceased.
To accomplish this mission we're creating a series of surveys and
web-driven log in forms. We're also working with any veteran supported
web site to include those at our Wisconsin Veteran Museum.
We encourage our schools, librarians, scout troops, clubs, churches,
retirement communities, etc. use and improve to web tools. If anyone has
a data base for cemeteries in Door County we'd like your support to
include a link to your online data.
Door County Veteran' Mission Statement
Veterans, embedded at every level of both public and
private sectors of society, stand mission ready to respond during any
crisis. Our primary missions include:
- Promoting active membership in
all veteran' posts and support organizations.
- We'll expand our "Private
Sector" Emergency Operation Center - Community Staging Area.
- We'll table-top test our
veteran' mobilization protocols.
- We'll continue to promote
mutual-aide agreements between veteran' organizations,
educational institutions, volunteer and faith-based
Woldt Past Commander
VFW Post 8337
Door County Veterans
Guard at Deaths Door!
is dedicated to all US military veterans who stand guard, mission-ready to
protect and defend our homeland.
site we recruit, enlist,
train, and deploy veterans anytime our county or community
stands in harms way.
Through this site
we promote public-to-private
partnerships trained to defend against terrorist' attacks or
respond to any disaster, pandemic, community crisis that overwhelms or
exhausts public sector first responders.
I use this site to mobilize veterans any time
public sector first responders are overwhelmed by the scope or exhausted
by the duration of a large scale community crisis.
I use this site to
teach the Incident Command System, Operational Risk Management, and the
CARVEL plus Shock threat assessments in the private sector.
you're a veteran, you'll always be a veteran! Patriotism and
community service is in your blood 24/7, 365 days a
year. Veterans stand guard to protect, will fight to defend, and
will be first to come to the aide of their country when it
stands in harms way. I'll use this site to launch operations,
field test contingency plans, fine tune private sector
you're a veteran, I encourage you to join a veterans' post (VFW,
AMVETs, American Legion, Marine Corps League, etc.) near your
home and stand ready to deploy during the next natural disaster,
terrorist attack, pandemic, or large scale community crisis.
There are four American Legion posts in Door County (Post 72 in
Sturgeon Bay, Post 372 in Maplewood, Post 527 in Sister Bay, and
Post 402 on Washington Island), three Veteran of Foreign War
(VFW) posts (Liberty Grove Post 8337, Fish Creek Post 9290, and
Sturgeon Bay post 3088), one AMVET Post 51 in Sturgeon Bay, one
Marine Corp League Detachment 1130 in Sturgeon Bay and the
Cooties Post 43 in Sturgeon Bay.
member "Veterans Commission" appointed by the Door County Board of
Supervisors hires a "Veteran's Service Officer" to administer veterans
affairs in Door County. There is also a "Veteran's Council" made up of
two representatives from each post.
NOTE: The ICS
and emergency response protocols taught through this
site compliment and reinforce those taught by your local
fire chief, law enforcement', and emergency government'
ICS instructors. Contact them for the latest ICS
protocols, NIMS updates, and Homeland Security
"home-rule" society it's the local fire chief who's in
command during any community crisis. Invite him or her
to your next discussion on homeland security, natural
disasters, pandemics, or how to respond during a large
scale community crisis.
Through this site we'll promote public-to-private partnerships
in the war on terrorism. In Wisconsin, we'll use this site as
"Role Call" site through which we'll track and support our
active duty solders, veterans attached to any veterans' post,
and those needing assistance during a community crisis.
"This site will always be under construction so please forgive
my very limited web design and maintenance skills. I was trained
to be an army grunt, not a computer geek!
Lifetime Member of VFW Post
- US Army Viet Nam
(November 1968 - January 1970)
Past Commander VFW :Post 8337
Active Member: AMVET Post 51 and American Legion Post 527
Sam Needs YOU!
- Terrorists threaten our way of
- Columbine styled attacks
strike close to home!
- Tornados and wildfires are
- We're not immune to pandemics!
- Children go missing, gangs
roam our back roads, crooks hide in our homes, drug dealers deal in
our orchards, drunks keep driving, pedophiles move into our county,
terrorist case our community, and every-once-and-a-while we blow up
a local landmark.
All veterans are urged to join a
veteran post near their home. To better protect and defend our homeland
while supporting our local emergency government, law enforcement, fire
fighters, active military, and homeland security professionals, we're
going to offer Incident Command and Control training to include "basic
How to take command and control of
a crime scene until authorities arrive,
How to provide "appropriate first
aide for heart attacks and burn victims until the EMTs arrive,
How to provide protection
for terrorist targets during a parade or community festival,
How locate, lockdown, link, and
extracate a target during an attack,
How to conduct a bomb threat
assessment and search,
How to report suspicious activity
to proper authorities (i.e. through 911, InfraGard (FBI),
County Social Services, etc.),
And much, much, more!
To make sure you and your family are "mission-ready" before the
next community crisis, join the veteran post of your choice today!
Uncle Sam not only wants, he
needs you to help protect your homeland AND hometown!
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