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He was the National Incident Commander for the nation's responses to Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano appointed him national incident commander.
He explains that this manmade disaster was the first test of the Department of Homeland Security's National Contingency Plan, and the first time a National Incident Commander (Admiral Thad Allen) was appointed to coordinate federal, state, local, and international resources.
Its what Admiral Thad Allen, the national incident commander of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, calls "urban planning in the water column," and its spawning has not come easily.
National Incident Commander Admiral Thad Allen said that he had written to BP stating there were several unanswered questions about the monitoring systems it committed to as a condition of the US extending the well integrity test.
the overall situation," National Incident Commander Admiral Thad Allen said on
The tests could last from six to 48 hours, said Thad Allen, the US government's National Incident Commander.
US Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen, the presidentially appointed national incident commander, said in a statement that "significant progress has been made" in the so-called capping stack installation, which contains a series of valves.