ST. LOUIS, March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In conjunction with Tornado Awareness Month, In the Line of Duty has announced release of the company's new training video "Terror in Tuscaloosa/Tornados Ravage Alabama." "What Tuscaloosa learned," says Line of Duty's Ron Barber, "will be of critical interest no matter what mass emergency or response any agency or organization may face. That includes terror attacks, mass shootings, natural disasters, you name it." This 80-minute video is the exclusive training and educational program for public safety responders distilled from over 15 hours of interviews with Tuscaloosa first responders who dealt with a "weapon of mass destruction," the worst tornado in U.S. history at the time. "We believe this program is one of the most important training and educational videos ever produced for public safety," Barber said. To view a program preview, click here: www.lineofduty.com To order through the Line of Duty Digital Video Catalog directly, go here: store.lineofduty.com To order a DVD, call (800)462-5232 or e-mail: email@example.com If interested in licensing the Line of Duty online video library for training/education call (800)462-5232 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for a free, two-week preview. The program includes crucial information on incident command, search and rescue, crowd control, communications, looting and loss prevention, equipment and manpower issues, dealing with media, etc. all resulting from the worst tornado in U.S. history at the time. "It includes a lengthy segment on 'lessons learned,'" says Line of Duty's Barber. "For that alone, we believe it to be an invaluable training resource for public safety responders everywhere, in addition to departments of emergency services, city-county governments, insurers, schools/colleges, military, business and industry, private security all up and down the line."