During the summer of 2012 at St. Mary's College of Maryland, Michelle Rose C'15 and a group of three other undergraduate students researched existing work on dominating sets to create their own algorithm to find minimally double dominating sets. The algorithms were created to handle different types of graphs and to be self-stabilizing, in order to reduce the need for external interference. To make the idea of double dominating sets more applicable to the modern world, the group decided to tie their research to the zombie apocalypse. Zombies and national guard squadrons correspond to nodes out of and in the set, respectively. Therefore, in the event of a zombie apocalypse, the algorithm can be applied to the intersections of streets in order to determine where to place squadrons to contain the zombie mobs and how to use them most efficiently.