EMA Staff

Greg Militano, Acting EMA Director

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Email: gmilitano@calhounema.org

Greg Militano is the Acting Director of the Calhoun County EMA and has been with the agency since 2003. In addition to being Acting Director, Mr. Militano manages the agency's grant programs and interoperable communications. He is the liaison to the county's amateur radio emergency communications group. Mr. Militano is a graduate of Jacksonville State University and holds an Advanced Level Emergency Manager (ALEM) certification from the Alabama Association of Emergency Managers.

Programs:

  • Grants, finance and administration
  • Communications

Education:

  • Bachelor of Science, Forensics, Jacksonville State University (1988)
  • FEMA Emergency Management Advanced Academy (2017)
  • Communiations Technician (COM-T) Instructor

Myles Chamblee, Emergency Management Officer II

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Email: mchamblee@calhounema.org

Myles Chamblee is an emergency management officer with the Calhoun County EMA. Since he began working at the EMA in 2013, Mr. Chamblee's responsibilities have included community preparedness, emergency planning, hazard mitigation, and external affaris and is the liaison to the county's Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) group. He manages Calhoun County's Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) and Citizen Corps programs. Mr. Chamblee is a graduate of Jacksonville State University and holds an Advanced Level Emergency Manager (ALEM) certification from the Alabama Association of Emergency Managers.

Programs:

  • External Affairs
  • Planning
  • Preparedness
  • Program Development Team (PDT) Coordinator

Education:

  • Bachelor of Science, Emergency Management, Jacksonville State University (2013)
  • FEMA Emergency Management Basic Academy Instructor
  • Leadership Calhoun County (LCC) participant

David Randle, Emergency Management Officer II

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Email: drandle@calhounema.org

David Randle is an emergency management officer with the Calhoun County EMA and has been with the agency since 2014, when he retired from the Anniston Fire Department as Assistant Chief. Mr. Randles responsibilities at the EMA include operations, logistics, and management of the EMA's robust emergency and disaster training program for the community's first responders and stakeholder agencies. He holds an Advanced Level Emergency Manager (ALEM) certification from the Alabama Association of Emergency Managers.

Programs:

  • Emergency Operations
  • Training
  • Exercises and Evaluations

Education:

  • Columbia Southern University's Fire Administration program (underway)
  • FEMA Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP)
  • FEMA Emergency Management Basic Academy Instructor

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