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Global Guardian assists in Florida Hurricane Recovery

Global Guardian assisted in recovery, clean-up, and rebuild efforts for multiple clients in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.

Hurricane Michael was the third-most intense Atlantic hurricane to make landfall in the United States in terms of pressure. The hurricane made landfall on October 12th, and Global Guardian immediately dispatched personnel to three key client locations to provide medical support. Over the next six days, Global Guardian sent a total of six teams to 15 separate facilities, providing ad-hoc emergency medical and security response assets as required. The highly trained teams secured commercial properties, delivered supplies to churches, and provided protection at schools.

Global Guardian’s domestic network of highly-trained ex-military emergency response specialists are located throughout the United States and are available to clients at the push of a button. These teams were the first response assets to land in the affected areas, and in many circumstances, arrived prior to government support.

For more information about Global Guardian’s domestic emergency response capabilities, please reach out to the Global Guardian Operations Center at operationscenter@globalguardian.com.

About Global Guardian

Global Guardian is a provider of world-class security solutions, custom-tailored to the individual needs of its global client base. The company offers an integrated suite of best-in-class security services that help clients identify and mitigate the risks of traveling and doing business both overseas and domestically. These services include personnel tracking, emergency response, security and transportation support, intelligence and due diligence medical support and transportation, emergency and custom aviation, cyber security, and video surveillance monitoring. Global Guardian seamlessly integrates as many of these capabilities as needed and delivers them 24 hours a day under the close guidance of its Operations Center.



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