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KERRY MCINTYRE currently serves as a Strategic Planner in support of the Maryland Army National Guard. He served nearly 24 years in uniform, including more than 21 years of fulltime service in the Maryland Army National Guard. His military career includes assignments in personnel, operations, and staff management at battalion, brigade, and state (Joint Force Headquarters) level. As the Executive Officer, 58th Troop Command, he supervised daily planning and preparations for the state’s ground Joint Task Force for civil support. His career includes a variety of roles in civil support operations and exercises. Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) McIntyre is a graduate of the American University School of International Service and the U.S. Army War College.
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Authored by Lieutenant General (Ret.) H Steven Blum, Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Kerry McIntyre.
The authors assert that attaining unity of effort is the fundamental prerequisite for effective homeland response operations. They conclude that the best way to improve unity of effort is to create a dynamic system for producing, validating, and updating a unifying national homeland response doctrine.