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Official After-Action Report Challenges Some Terrorist Study Findings

In a previous post, we reported an after-action paper authored by a team of medical professionals regarding a terrorist attack on a conference center in San Bernardino, CA, in which 14 people were killed and 22 seriously wounded. That study, headed by Dr. Joshua Bobko, has been challenged for allegedly containing “factual errors that are...
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After-Action Report: Tactical Medicine Lessons From Terror Attack

In an after-action report on a major terrorist attack on American soil, a team of medical professionals claims that first-responder agencies are not keeping pace with current terrorist methods in terms of their Tactical Medical Care preparedness. The present prevailing approach to training and equipment “emphasizes the need for hemorrhage control [for handgun wounds] but...
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Suspicious Indicators Can Help Foil Terrorists Before They Strike

“Response is the traditional role of law enforcement, but protecting your community from terrorist attack requires a different strategy. Being prepared to respond is very different from being proactive. If you have to respond to a terrorist event, that’s a failure. With those challenging observations, Michael Rozin, an internationally recognized expert on counterterrorism, recently kicked...
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New Research Offers Hope For Cops Fighting Terrorists

“Local law enforcers tend to believe that terrorists come from a long distance away to attack without warning in their jurisdiction,” says Dr. Brent Smith, director of the Terrorism Research Center at the University of Arkansas. “Officers often feel they are prey and that there’s nothing much they can do about it. We need to...
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