"During emergencies - local, state, and national - the importance of our country's communications system, including telecommunications, broadcast, cable, and satellite systems, becomes clear. We use our phones to call 911 or to call our family members to make sure they are safe. We turn on our televisions and radios to get information updates. While there is no doubt that our country has one of the world's most extensive and dependable communications systems, unusual conditions can put a strain on it. The following information will help you better understand what happens with our communications system during an emergency and how best to use the various components of our communications system during a crisis or disaster."
Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)