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Wade K. Talley, EdD

My experiences in the military inform my understanding of the critical infrastructure-CTE connection. Until there is a crisis, neither CTE nor the military receives appropriate emphasis. Then enlightened leaders come onboard to champion solutions to the crises. Prudent funding and support might have averted a crisis at much lower cost. Maintenance is always preferable to repair, whether the costs are paid in dollars or blood.

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