FEMA announces new Domestic Preparedness Superintendent

{}The{} Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Preparedness Directorate's and National Training and Exercise Division announced Charles King as the new Superintendent for the Center for Domestic Preparedness.

{}Mr. King has been the Acting Superintendent at the CDP since May 2013. He joined the CDP in 2005 as the Director of Operations and Support after working seven years as a contract consultant to the United States Army.

In October 2008, he was appointed as CDP Deputy Superintendent serving as the Chief Operating Officer for oversight and management of CDP. Mr. King retired from Army service in 1997, at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel after 21 years in the Military Police Corps.

Mr. King assumes his new assignment, Monday, December 16.