Guardian: The Source for Antiterrorism Information [Vol. 9, No. 3, Winter 2007]
United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff
"The Guardian newsletter is published for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by the Antiterrorism/Force Protection Division of the J3 Deputy Directorate for Antiterrorism/ Homeland Defense to share knowledge, support discussion, and impart lessons and information in an expeditious and timely manner. The Guardian is not a doctrinal product and is not intended to serve as a program guide for the conduct of operations and training. The information and lessons herein are solely the perceptions of those individuals involved in military exercises, activities, and real-world events and are not necessarily approved as tactics, techniques, and procedures." This issue contains articles on Vulnerability Assessment Reporting and Analysis, Language to Fight Islamic Terrorism, ISAF Biometrics, EOD/LIC Technologies, and Lessons Learned from the Fort Dix Six.
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    Guardian: The Source for Antiterrorism Information

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