2015 Complete Guide to Antiterrorism: Self-Help Guides, Terrorism and Attacks, Individual Protective Measures, How You Can Foil Terrorists, Response to Active Shooter, Case Studies in Terror - David N. Spires

2015 Complete Guide to Antiterrorism: Self-Help Guides, Terrorism and Attacks, Individual Protective Measures, How You Can Foil Terrorists, Response to Active Shooter, Case Studies in Terror

By David N. Spires

  • Release Date: 2015-01-10
  • Genre: Politics & Current Affairs
  • Size: 1.74 MB

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Six important governments in this unique ebook compilation provide up-to-date advice and information on protection against terrorist attacks and response to active shooters, with official military self-help guides and individual protective measures, along with case studies in terror.

Self-Help Guide to Antiterrorism (CJCS Guide 5260) - As recent events have shown, terrorists have reached new levels of organization, sophistication, and violence, often targeting DoD personnel and their families. Their tactics and techniques are always changing and will continue to be a challenge to predict and neutralize. Accordingly, we must remain diligent in applying the proper protective measures. This guide is designed to assist in making you and your family less vulnerable to terrorists. It is important that you ensure all members of your family are made aware of this valuable information so they not only protect themselves, but also become an integral part of the overall community antiterrorism effort. Constant awareness will help protect all members of the military family from acts of terrorism. General Security Checklist * Home and Family Security * Alert Systems * Household Security Checklist * Operations Security Guidance for Family Members * Ground Transportation Security * Tips for Defensive Air Travel * Tips for Active Shooter Response * Responding to Chemical Threats * Responding to Biological Threats * Responding to Radiological Threats * Guidance for Isolated Personnel * Pre-Mission Isolation Planning * Recovery * Captivity * Guidance for Detention by Hostile Governments (Detainee) * Guidance for Detention by Terrorists (Hostage) * Taken Hostage You Can Survive! * Personal Data * Antiterrorism Points of Contact

Antiterrorism Individual Protective Measures: How You Can Foil Terrorists - A dynamic threat demands vigilance and discipline. This offers techniques that limit opportunities to be targeted by terrorists

Active Shooter: How to Respond - Good practices for coping with an active shooter situation; Be aware of your environment and any possible dangers; Take note of the two nearest exits in any facility you visit; If you are in an office, stay there and secure the door; If you are in a hallway, get into a room and secure the door; As a last resort, attempt to take the active shooter down. When the shooter is at close range and you cannot flee, your chance of survival is much greater if you try to incapacitate him/her.

Terror Operations: Case Studies in Terror is a supplemental handbook that presents several terrorist incidents in a case study methodology. This handbook supports a U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, TRADOC G2 capstone reference guide on terrorism. Understanding terrorism spans foreign and domestic threats of nation-states, rogue states with international or transnational agent demonstrations, and extremist cells with members or loosely affiliated actors with specific strategies, tactics, and targets.

Antiterrorism Individual Awareness Tips - this paper provides individual awareness tips and personal protection measures to help protect Soldiers, civilians, and their family members from potential terrorist acts.

Antiterrorism and Force Protection - Although antiterrorism training cannot guarantee your safety, it will make you more aware of your surroundings, help you avoid becoming a terrorist target, and improve your chances of emerging unharmed if you do become a target. The Department of Defense (DoD) defines "antiterrorism" as "defensive measures used to reduce the vulnerability of individuals and property to terrorist acts." This is distinct from "counterterrorism," which refers to "offensive measures taken to prevent, deter, and respond to terrorism. Both are part of the DoD concept of "force protection," which brings together all the security disciplines in a broader program to protect service members, civilian employees, family members, facilities and equipment.

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