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EMPact America, the foremost electromagnetic pulse (EMP) education and advocacy organization in the world, has an entire radio network dedicated to EMP and national security. Join EMPact Radio this and every Wednesday to listen live. Together with our guests, we tackle everything from nuclear-EMP related events and other threats to our nation and way of life. We also mix in mainstream national security current events and discuss unclassified CIA, National Security Agency (NSA), and other intelligence agencies matters. You can call in to the show at 1 (917) 388-4499 with your questions or join us in our EMPact Radio online chat room to participate during the show. Tune in for the most comprehensive hour of National Security commentary on the internet today at EMPact Radio. Because many of our members are at work during the live broadcast of the show, we invite you to submit questions in advance by email: radio@empactamerica.org, and then listen to the radio program any time on our web site. Empact Radio is a media-outreach project of EMPact America. EMPact America is a non-partisan, non-profit organization for citizens dedicated to protecting America from a man-made or natural electromagnetic pulse (EMP) catastrophe. EMPact America's primary goals include educating the American people on the EMP threat and solutions, and helping them to act effectively for their safety and security. For more information, visit: www.empactamerica.org.

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Dr. Peter Vincent Pry welcomes Ambassador James Woolsey back to EMPact Radio (click here to listen to his previous guest appearance). Ambassador Woolsey is an institution among American foreign policy specialists and is a hero... more

This week, EMPact Radio is adding a second guest spot to our show and making it a special 90-minute episode. In the first hour, we will talk with Reza Kahlili, and at 1:00 PM, we will be joined by Fred Fleitz. Reza Kahlili is a former... more

Bronius Cikotas has over 38 years of government leadership experience, and served as a member of the Senior Executive Service at the U.S. Department of Defense. From 1963 through 1981 he was responsible for the Air Force EMP... more

Dr. Peter Vincent Pry is joined by Mr. Peter Huessy, President of GeoStrategic Analysis. Mr. Huessy will be coming back on the show to discuss electromagnetic pulse (EMP), state-sponsored terrorism, and other national security topics.... more

Dr. Andrei Shoumikhin is Visiting Professor at the Department of Defense and Strategic Studies at the Missouri State University (Fairfax Office). He teaches courses on International Security; New Independent States, and Security in the... more

Reza Kahlili is a former CIA operative who worked in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. His historical memoir, A Time To Betray (www.atimetobetray.com), a winner of 2010 National & 2011 International book awards, is required reading... more

Randy C. Tolman is the owner of Tech Protect, a startup company specializing in inexpensive Faraday Bags to protect electronic equipment from the effects of an EMP. The idea for his business was intiated from information he found... more

Clare M. Lopez is a strategic policy and intelligence expert with a focus on Middle East, national defense, and counterterrorism issues. Currently a senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy and vice president of the Intelligence Summit,... more

Thomas Popik, founder of the Foundation for Resilient Societies, talks about the connection between nuclear safety and protection from electromagnetic pulse. As recent events at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan have shown,... more

Curtis Birnbach, President & Chief Technology Officer, Advanced Fusion Systems LLC, has spent a lifetime in applied science in the areas of electromagnetics, optics, electro-optics, electron tubes, pulse power systems and fusion... more
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