Guardian: Antiterrorism Journal [Vol. 13, No. 3, Fall 2011]   [open pdf - 3MB]

From the Joint Chiefs of Staff website: "The Guardian Antiterrorism Journal is published for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by J-34, Deputy Directorate for Antiterrorism/Homeland Defense. The Guardian Antiterrorism Journal is part of an ongoing effort to build and maintain a community of Antiterrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) professionals. AT/FP ensures DOD [Department of Defense] personnel have the capability to carry out operations in complex threat environments. The publication's objectives are to: (1) share knowledge, support discussion and impart lessons learned in a timely fashion (2) to support those responsible for developing and implementing AT/FP policy, doctrine and programs. The Guardian Antiterrorism Journal supports DOD personnel in their efforts to: assess vulnerability and risk; detect, deter, and prevent terrorist attacks; and effectively respond to and mitigate incidents or disasters." This Fall 2011 edition includes the following articles: "Force Protection Detachment Indonesia"; "Intelligence Preparation of the Garrison Environment"; "Coping with an Active Shooter"; "Active Shooter Lessons Learned from the 2011 Norway Attack"; "What Is Geotagging?"; and "Terror Trends".

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Guardian: Antiterrorism Journal (Fall 2011), v.13, no.3
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