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NH first to install system linking with Homeland Security

New Hampshire has become the first state in the nation to install a secure satellite communications system to connect more than 600 law enforcement agencies, fire departments, emergency medical services and hospitals with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Called the Homeland One First Responder Network, the new system, now up and running, links fire, police and emergency services into one network that provides not only communications between those agencies, but enables fire and police personnel to access up-to-date training modules that they can view at any time to keep up with new training requirements and developments. Honored posthumously for his role in bringing the system about was Lt. Chris DeWolf of the Newington Fire Department, who died Jan. 6 in an auto accident on his way to work during a snowstorm. Full Story

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