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Case Study: AtHoc - U.S. Air Force Reserve Command

Air Force Reserve Command Deploys Centralized Crisis Communication

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The U.S. Reserve Air Force Reserve Command needed a way to easily reach 76,000 personnel on 13 Air Force bases and 27 tenant locations across the United States. AtHoc serves as a single, centralized crisis communication network to reach all personnel within minutes. Their emergency notification system includes PCs, mobile devices, telephones and sirens. Complete the form to download the complete case study and find out more about how AtHoc helped the Air Force Reserve Command.

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