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The American Civil Defense Association (TACDA) is a member-supported, 501(c)(3) nonprofit, civil defense-focused organization founded in 1962. Its primary focus is to educate its membership on emergencies, both manmade and natural disasters through various resources. The organization operates the free TACDA Academy and prints a periodical called Journal of Civil Defense. TACDA also sells emergency supplies, such as dosimeters, water purification equipment, emergency rations, and CERT equipment.In a letter dated October 19, 1988, then sitting president Ronald Reagan praised the work of TACDA.
The latest Journal of Civil Defense is out and it covers, among other things, fallout related matters. Some years back TACDA started offering free PDF versions to everyone, rather than just print copies to card carrying members. Passing along the aforementioned file here, should it be of...
I just received a message from The American Civil Defense Association (TACDA) that the latest journal is out. This addition is devoted to EMP. I have not read it yet, but figured I'd pass it along, in case others find benefit: The Journal of Civil Defense, volume 56, issue 2.
Membership to The American Civil Defense Association is now free. Being a member gives you access to their journal archive (The Journal of Civil Defense) that has been published from the mid-1960s to the present. (Print copies still require a donation, and since I support their work, I will...