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Recognizing Expertise Jennifer Turnage The manager of INLs Emergency Response and Readiness unit and her staff were applauded for presenting successful radiological response training. The team was commended by the chief of the Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Science branch of the U.S. Army Medical Department for the quality and depth of training that is assuring the nations readiness to respond to a radiological incident. Paul Moskowitz The senior national security analyst has worked with the DHS and NNSA to protect the U.S. from radiological attacks by so-called lone wolf terrorists and those who belong to a group or network. He helped a multilaboratory team identify adversary capabilities to design risk- mitigation strategies at sites with radiation sources that could be at risk to attack. Andy Bochman The senior cyber and energy security strategist is frequently requested to provide briefs and insight into the challenges associated with securing Americas electric grid. Most notably he provided a briefing to the Senate National Lab Caucus and the 2015 Washington Post Cybersecurity Summit. 21 INL researchers developed a patent-pending ballistic barrier for electricity substations.