C-TECC is launching a virtual speaker series, which will highlight pertinent topics in the high threat medical response arena. These quarterly sessions will kickoff in September. 

Please see below for details and registration on our inaugural session. This session will be offered to attendees for free, although participants are encouraged to submit a donation to support our non-profit organization to continue to fund our important work.

Reflections & Learnings from September 11th

Thursday, September 9 at 4pm (EDT)


As we approach the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, join FBI Special Agent in Charge Christopher Combs and retired Arlington County Fire Chief Jim Schwartz as they recount their experiences leading the unified command effort at the attack on the Pentagon in 2001. They will discuss the lessons learned from that experience and how those lessons can be applied to the threats of today. They will also provide a look forward on how public safety agencies can improve their preparedness efforts for the future.

  • Date & Time: Thursday, September 9 at 4pm (EDT)
  • Speakers: FBI Special Agent in Charge Christopher Combs and Retired Arlington County Fire Chief Jim Schwartz
  • Price: Free (donations accepted)
  • Length: 1-hour
  • Platform: Virtual (Zoom)
  Headshot Combs Chris                     James Schwartz1

Virtual participation details will be distributed ahead of the session. Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions to the speakers during the webinar.

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