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Hanes shared the stage with world-renowned figures Astronaut Buzz Aldrin and Lt. Gen Russel Honore. The event was part of the Leadership Speakers ... Lt. General Honore added ?The next wars will be about water, not oil. From global and domestic ...
Hanes shared the stage with world-renowned figures Astronaut Buzz Aldrin and Lt. Gen Russel Honore. The event was part of the Leadership Speakers ... Lt. General Honore added "The next wars will be about water, not oil. From global and domestic ...

Retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General Russel Honore, who grew up in Pointe Coupee, met with Pecan Acres residents a number of times from late August to early September.
"The intention after a flood by FEMA is everybody clean their house out themselves, with friends and family," said retired Lt.
Organizing disaster relief is something United States Army retired Lt. General Russel Honore' knows all too well. He's best known for leading the recovery efforts and military response after Hurricane Katrina.
Their pleas for help caught the attention of Retired army General Russel Honore. He was instrumental in getting Governor John Bel Edwards to tour the area.

Fabre grew up in Pecan Acres in her father' home, which she now rents out. Monday night, Fabre and more than 50 residents in the community called upon help from retired U.S.
He talks about the response by the Governor, by Lieutenant General Russel Honore, and most importantly, by the people of Baton Rouge.
Perhaps the highly respected Russel Honore, the former lieutenant general in the U.S. Army who helped stabilize and restore order in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina, stated it best during a conversation on the news show AC:36o with CNN'S ...
He talks about the response by the Governor, by Lieutenant General Russel Honore, and most importantly, by the people of Baton Rouge.
'tools of trade' means everything from equipment and supplies to improved processes and better training. Russel Honore, a retired US Lieutenant General, once said, "Leadership means forming a team and working toward common objectives that are tied to ...
Retired Lt. General Russel Honore has seen it all before. He oversaw cleanup after Hurricane Katrina. Now, he's volunteering at a movie studio-turned-shelter where people are coming for help, and where some big-name companies are giving away supplies.
How to help Louisiana flood victims. Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, U.S. Army (Ret.), on the aftermath of the flooding in Louisiana.
Organized by Together Baton Rouge, the "Gut Check Saturday" event paired volunteers with flood victims. "If they don't get this wet stuff out of their homes in the next few days, the entire home will be contaminated," retired Lt.
TOGETHER Baton Rouge: Retired General Russel Honore and Together Baton Rouge is launching a major house gutting operatiom Saturday.
"It's around the clock." The hall of fame was established in 2005, and its inductees include Louisiana State Police Superintendent Col.
The war between police and the NRA: Open carry laws make cops' jobs virtually EnlargeLaw enforcement officers are seen outside the home of Nicholas Young, a Washington Metro Transit Officer, Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, in Fairfax, Va.

Lt. General Russel Honore, called the Cat 5 General, was a central figure in the recovery of a region and city after Katrina.
The highlight of the luncheon was a keynote address by Lt. General Russel Honore. He's known for his role in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina.
In July 2014, James Purdy brought a big sign and a big gun to Public Square to protest gun legislation proposed in Cleveland by Mayor Frank Jackson.
"As a country, we're in a state of denial because we've confused the right to bear arms with the right to carry arms all the time, anywhere and any place you want.
Advocate staff photo by SCOTT THRELKELD Retired army Lt. Gen. Russel Honore' speaks during the second annual Louisiana veterans Festival on May 14 at the Northshore harbor Center in Slidell.
Among the keynote speakers is retired army Lt. General Russel Honore who managed the recovery of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Jacoby volunteers with the GreenARMY, a broad environmental coalition led by Lieutenant General Russel Honore, aka the General, the local hero who marched into a disintegrating New Orleans in the days after Hurricane Katrina and restored order. A bill ...
REGULAR SPEAKERS BUREAU AND A NAMESAKE WHO DOES NOT JUST GIVE US HIS NAME, HE GIVES US HIS TIME AND ENERGY AND PASSION AND THAT IS GENERAL Russel Honore. VERY ACTIVE IN RAISING money FOR US, ...
Retired army Gen. Russel Honore, the Hurricane Katrina hero who now leads an environmental group called the Green Army, got a standing ovation from protesters when he entered the room for the lease sale.
Most strategy in The Division boils down to using the right tool. Pinned down or getting rushed? You need a turret. Sniper fire? Pull out the long gun.
Much of south of I-10 is going to be lost," said retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honore. He said it's the people's responsibility to take care of their coast.
Titan also astutely endorsed the idea of providing readers with real-world contextual interviews in the back of each issue - interviews with some of the actual heroes of Hurricane Katrina: Lt.
Retired army Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, a former commander of the 2nd Infantry Division in Korea and who led relief efforts in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina wrote on facebook: "Rest in peace, General Hondo Campbell. Rest well boss, we shall see you ...
Saussy, an emergency physician and former paramedic, led New Orleans EMS during Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. Lt. Gen. Russel Honore (Ret.), who has lived in Washington, and led the military's rescue effort in New Orleans says, "I know Jullette ...
Tommy Franks and Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, who was brought to New Orleans a decade ago to restore order to the city in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Tommy Franks and Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, who was brought to New Orleans a decade ago to restore order to the city in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Charles Campbell, a former Eighth U.S. Army (EUSA) commander and retired four-star general, died at his hometown in Shreveport, Los Angeles, Calif.
"How many of you get a ticket by the police and get stopped again and haven't paid your ticket and you get to continue to operate?
"This is not just something to raise attention," said General Russel Honore. "This is a real problem that we face.
The forum has also featured well-known African-American speakers, including Dick Gregory, civil rights activist; Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, Joint Task Force commander during Hurricane Katrina; and Fred Gray, attorney for Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Among the early tributes paid Campbell was one from a friend and fellow former general officer, retired army Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, the general who restored order to New Orleans a decade ago in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. "Rest in peace, General ...
Lt Gen Russel Honore of the GreenArmy, a statewide environmental movement in Louisiana, excused himself after a Taylor representative threatened to shut down the meeting after the General asked questions concerning the environmental impacts of the oil.
One of the environmental advocates in the audience was retired army Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, who directed emergency responders in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
One of the environmental advocates in the audience was retired army Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, who is better known for helping restore order in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Retired army Lt. Gen. Russel Honore (AHN'-ur-ay), who founded a coalition of environmental groups called "GreenARMY," said during a break in Wednesday's meeting that he wants to see more transparency from the company responsible.
A retired army general best known for helping restore order in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina agreed to leave a public meeting about a decade-old oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico following a testy exchange.
One of the environmental advocates in the audience was retired army Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, who directed emergency responders in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Retired army Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, who founded a coalition of environmental groups but is better known for helping restore order in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, said he wants to see more transparency from Taylor Energy and the government.
A retired army general best known for helping restore order in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina is one of the environmental advocates in the audience at a meeting about a decade-old oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico.
A retired army general best known for helping restore order in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina agreed to leave a public meeting about a decade-old oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico following a testy exchange.
Retired army Lt. Gen. Russel Honore (AHN'-ur-ay), who founded a coalition of environmental groups called "GreenARMY," said during a break in Wednesday's meeting that he wants to see more transparency from the company responsible.
One of the environmental advocates in the audience was retired army Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, who is better known for helping restore order in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
One of the environmental advocates in the audience was retired army Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, who is better known for helping restore order in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.


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