Hope you have a great week #IAEM18 !!— Dukes of Hazards (@hazardspodcast) October 22, 2018
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Do you know about the heroic water evacuation of hundreds of thousands of people on 9/11? You should. The Dukes journey on #americandunkirk with authors @ProfDisaster and @jmkendra of the @UDELDRC. Take the ride with us and be inspired. #Honor911 #itunes https://t.co/ExhNuidJcU— Dukes of Hazards (@hazardspodcast) September 11, 2018
The Dukes relive a heroic day with Drs. Tricia Wachtendorf and James Kendra, authors of American Dunkirk: The Waterborne Evacuation of Manhattan on 9/11. From the first impact on the towers, boat captains came by the dozens to rescue hundreds of thousands of survivors in under nine hours. If you don't know this story, you should. Tricia and Jim use it to explore a whole new theory of disaster management. Plus: Andrew learns the Texas Chicken Maneuver and, yes, Mitch cheated. ALSO, we swear (but only about New Jersey). (Some audio borrowed from Boatlift, a brief documentary about the evacuation that you should check out on YouTube).