Air, Land, and Sea: Emergency Response at Stratolaunch
At Stratolaunch—the company that built the world’s longest aircraft—emergency planning is unique.
From coordinating public safety officials to readying rescue operations, the experimental aviation company relies on an emergency response expert with experience at every altitude.
Linna Selbrede is the Emergency Response Program Lead with over a decade of experience in search and rescue spanning Virgin Galactic, Texas Search and Rescue, and more. In this episode, Linna joined the show to discuss:
- A community approach to emergency planning
- Preparing 95% of crisis communications in advance
- Learning from other organizations’ tabletop drills
- How volunteering in emergency services is a force multiplier for her career
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