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W. Russell Webster

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Background

Employment History

  • Federal Preparedness Coordinator
    DHS
  • Captain
    U.S. Coast Guard
  • Chief of Operations
    Coast Guard's Northeast District
  • Commander
    Coast Guard's Northeast District
  • Incident Commander
    Coast Guard's Northeast District
  • Captain

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • US Coast Guard Academy
59 Total References
Web References
Tech Entrepreneur Forum
www.entretechforum.org, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
W. Russ Webster, Federal Preparedness Coordinator, DHS
US Life-Saving Service Heritage Association - Board of Directors
www.uslife-savingservice.org, 10 Nov 2012 [cached]
Captain W. Russell Webster, USCG (Ret.) Maritime Historian and Author Photo Above: Barview, c.1910.
Session Descriptions
www.vthealthcarepreparednessconference.com, 28 June 2012 [cached]
W. "Russ" Webster, Federal Preparedness Coordinator
FEMA Region 1
With the advent of Presidential Policy Directive 8, National Preparedness, FEMA's regions have been directed to support local, state and federal partners, including health care professionals, in new and innovative ways. The presentation will highlight ongoing and evolving programs that may benefit the health care community.
Speaker Biography: W. Russell "Russ" Webster is the Federal Preparedness Coordinator for FEMA Region I covering New England's six states. Capt. Russ Webster, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), served 26 years in the military, and was his service's incident operational commander for the 1999 JFK Jr. and Egypt Air Flight 990 air crashes. He later became the Chief of Operations for the Coast Guard's Northeast District (Maine to New Jersey), and coordinated his service's operational response to the 9-1-1 New York terrorist attacks. Upon retirement in 2003, he continued his public service with the newly-formed Transportation Security Administration, where he helped create more than 60 new operational and administrative doctrine, including his agency's inaugural behavioral detection program, Screening of Passengers through Observational Techniques, SPOT. In February, 2008, he became FEMA Region I's first Federal Preparedness Coordinator, responsible for enhancing preparedness of individuals, communities, states, Tribal Nations, the private sector, and the federal community. He is also a published author of Coast Guard Cape Cod rescue history and is part of a maritime leadership lecture series for young mariners that has been delivered to over 5,000 cadets and midshipmen.
Cape Cod Times: Severe dive revealed in plane's last radar scan (July 20, 1999)
www.capecodonline.com, 16 June 2001 [cached]
W. Russell Webster , commander of Coast Guard Group Woods Hole.There are at least nine more targets to investigate , all within the 24-square-mile area being searched.Thunderstorms and 8-foot seas swept through the area yesterday afternoon , reducing visibility in the search area to under a mile and hampering the search for the rest of the day , Webster said.
Tech Entrepreneur Forum
www.entretechforum.org, 15 Sept 2009 [cached]
W. Russ Webster, Federal Preparedness Coordinator, DHS
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W. Russell Webster, Federal Preparedness Coordinator, DHS
W. Russ Webster is a 1977 graduate of the US Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. During his 26 year military service, he served in two ships and commanded two shore stations, including USCG Group Woods Hole, Massachusetts, the largest shore rescue unit in the United States.
During that tour, he was the Coast Guard's Incident Commander for the response to both the JFK Jr and Egypt Air flight 990 air crashes in 1999.
In 2001, he was the director for Coast Guard operations from Maine to New Jersey and coordinated regional operations in response to the 9 -11 terrorist attacks.
Upon retirement from the Coast Guard in 2003, he transitioned to DHS civilian service with the TSA, where he occupied three positions at Boston's Logan Airport, a Category X airport that was the hub for seven other airports within the state. During his four and a half years with TSA Boston, he co-led a planning effort with all regional stakeholders with a vested interest in preventing and responding to terrorist attacks in the transportation systems. That effort produced agreed upon memorandums of understanding and a shared strategic plan developed by and for the partners.
Russ Webster transitioned to FEMA R1 as the region's first Federal Preparedness Coordinator on February 4, 2008. As the FPC, he is responsible for enhancing individual, community and state preparedness throughout New England. He does this with a professional staff of 20, who plan, train educate and exercise with all six states and select constituencies including schools, the private sector, nuclear power plant communities and government agencies. He and his wife Elizabeth live in Cape Elizabeth, Maine with their two children Andrew, 21, and Noelle, age 15.
Russ was recently named as one of two Deputies for Secretary Napolitano's H1N1 Regional Coordination Team.
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