Viewpoint: Process of preparedness

As Superstorm Sandy targeted the United States' East Coast, an amateur radio operator reported winds were increasing in intensity, rainfall was heavy and the commercial power was becoming intermittent. Another operator, further inland, asked if he was prepared for the overnight impact as the full storm came ashore.

His report: "We are prepared. We have food for several months and water for several weeks." He was closing his station so he and his family could be together as the storm intensified.

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