This research report covers a review of natural disasters and national security. Specifically, it provides a comprehensive review of the many agencies involved with natural disasters and provides recommendations for innovative restructuring and coordination between government and non-government organizations as well as other stakeholders in public health matters. The paper provides a brief review of predictive modeling techniques as a precursor to the tangible solution that exists to provide natural disaster response to ensure national security. The paper reviews the existing structure of organizations in the United States in order to provide an understanding of how a solution exists that does not require extensive financial requirements, extensive policy changes, or the creation of a material resource. The paper advocates for a realignment of existing organizations and resources to ensure a synchronized response to natural disasters in order to guarantee domestic and international actions that continue to deter aggression from American adversaries.