About Code Red: Diary of a Nation Scorned
Perfect bound; 160 pages; 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Are you concerned about the safety of our nation?
Do you lack confidence in our government's ability to protect?
Are you prepared for another attack or natural disaster?
In this power-packed compilation of events, find out facts
and information the 9/11 Commission Report did not address.
Begin to recognize the signs of potential attack.
Learn emergency tactics and practical ways to protect
yourself and family members.
Patrick McFadden, shares insight obtained from his experience as a first responder and a
security consultant. He offers a condensed and easy-to-understand chronicle of issues such
as, foreign and domestic terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, Osama Bin Laden and the
Al Qaeda network, disaster training, and more. Readers will be equipped with an account of
the current militant terrorist organizations, gangs, and Lone Wolf cells that are operational
within the U.S. today. Every American should know the truth and how to deal with it. CODE
RED: Our nation has been scorned. Can you handle that?
About the Author
Patrick McFadden holds a BS degree in Security Management and an MBA with a major
in Organizational Structure from Almeda University. His service and experience in the field
of emergency services began during the 1979 Three Mile Island (TMI) nuclear power
facility incident and continued to grow while serving as Public Information Officer for
various law enforcement and government agencies.
He is the former Executive Director for the Department of Emergency Services in
Pennsylvania. Currently employed as a Consultant for several government agencies in
Washington D.C., he resides in York, Pennsylvania with his family.