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Master Exercise Practitioner Program research guide

These research resources will help you to find the information you need for your Emergency Management Institute / Master Exercise Program coursework. If you have any questions, please call the NETC Library at 800-638-1821 or send us an email.

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Other NETC Library resources

  • Articles on exercises – Browse articles from the last five years on exercises, tabletop exercises, training simulations and emergency management.
  • EMI MEPP exercises – Learn from your predecessors. These exercises represent the best work written by previous students in the Master Exercise Practitioner Program.
  • HSEEP – Articles and other resources about the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program.
  • Interagency cooperation and emergency managements – Browse journal articles from 2012 to the present.
  • Legacy training exercises – Exercises from the 1970s created by the Office of Civil Defense, Civil Defense Staff College, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Federal Highway Administration, and Environmental Protection Agency, as well as numerous state emergency management agencies.
  • Simulation trainings – More than 250 articles, books and other resources from the past five years.

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Lessons learned

Disaster and Town Management Tabletop Exercise Reflections


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