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Posted on 05/28/2009
Every three years, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) mandates that we practice our response to an aircraft emergency at the airport. Back in 1983 at our first drill, there were only three participating agencies- the airport, the city of Green (Green Township at the time), and the Summit county sheriff's department. Today it has grown to over 50 agencies from four counties and more than 400 total participants. Our most recent drill took place just a few weeks ago.
The importance of these drills cannot be overstated. Each one has become more realistic and challenging. We learn something new every time we practice; something that will allow us to be better prepared to quickly and efficiently react should an unthinkable event occur at CAK.
These drills are also an excellent opportunity for public safety and health agencies from throughout our region to inventory what resources are available close by. Plus, it is a wonderful opportunity for us to work closely with the dedicated and outstanding individuals who work tirelessly to keep this community safe.
Ultimately, these drills are about keeping our travelers safe, and this team effort certainly helps make us a better way to go.