The research focuses on the fire department’s role in disaster alleviation, the combined efforts of the community, government, private sector, and other concerned parties will reduce disaster damages on property and persons. In terms of the role of the federal, state, and local agencies in implementing the main parts of the United States National Response Plan during a disaster response is grounded on preparedness, response, and recovery. Under the communications aspect, the government agencies keep the public informed of the latest updates when during an approaching crisis, during the actual occurrence of the crisis, and after the crisis had declined. For example, the government units inform the public of any possible terrorist attack on any American citizen, organization, or community. Specifically, the National Academies continually prepares, with the assistance of the other government agencies, data of different terrorist attack information needed to reduce or prevent future terrorist attacks on persons and properties. The fact sheets include attacks in terms of chemical warfare, biological warfare, radiological warfare, nuclear warfare or IED attacks.
In addition, the communications unit leader training course enhances the local government units’ use of ratio communications equipment to transmit much –needed crisis data in order to give more time for the affected communities to evacuate dangerous areas or communities. In addition, the government units, including the Office of Emergency Communications, engages on emergency communications partnerships. Further, the government’s priority telecommunications or national telecommunications system implements national security and emergency preparedness uses first priority in terms of access to telecommunications services that may spell the difference between life and death among the communities under the scourge of unexpected crisis. Further, the SAFECOM enhances the safety of the community by offering, development, testing, evaluation, guidance, tools and templates to improve the communities’ response to unexpected communities (ref: http://www.fema.gov/news/disasters.fema). The main components of the national response plan, including the roles of federal agencies, are segregated according to functions. The first component is the operations section. The second component is the planning section. The third component is the Logistics Section. The fourth component is the Finance /Administration Section. Further, the United States federal government focuses on offering emergency management programs in compliance with the United States Congressional Act of 1803. President Jimmy Carter implemented the Federal Emergency Management Agencies. Under the Jimmy Carter plan, the Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA had been effectively set into smooth motion or travel to reduce the casualties of terrorist attacks, hurricanes, fires, and the like. Here, the local and international governments. The Stafford law focuses on a system federal aid, during times of crises. In addition, the government gathers help from all major organizations in a unified stand to fight the trimmings of poverty among the students. The National Contingency Plan offers vital help with the aid of the United States environmental Protection Agency (EPA) agencies. In 2003, the Department of Homeland Security took all the responsibilities and powers of the FEMA as a result of the September 11, 2001 attacks. The national response plan includes focus on the assigning the Nuclear Regulatory Commission as well as the FEMA was used by each federal government to ensure that all radioactive waste products are kept in airtight