If a terrorist cell could implement a 'The Jackal'-style sniper rifle on a drone, they could potentially assassinate someone from more than a mile away, while the 'pilot' is already outside of the country.
It wouldn't be easy, several technical engineering challenges. But it's plenty feasible.
I was looking at the daily number of new cases of COVID nationwide and I notice that it peaked on July 16, dropped to a minimum in mid-September, and since then has been rising dramatically. I did some mathematical analysis and discovered that the date the number of new case began increasing was Sept 12. This set off alarm bells in my head because it's... more »
Currently I am taking an anti terrorism centered degree but couldn't help to think that the real security issue for the United States is the government and companies. It takes more effort to realize that a person's thinking can be wrong and have negative effects. Political corruption has more impact on the security of a nation then terrorism. The United States isn't defined by the government but by the people.... more »
Provide Federal agents with paintball guns to use against the rioters. Infuse the paintballs with poison ivy. Not only will they be marked so they can be identified but also made to suffer the itch and discomfort that will discourage them from returning.
It is about some terrorists exploding dirty bombs in London.
About half way in the movie, there was a statement - how many people can be decontaminated with the technology used in the movie and the answer was 200.
Here is my idea: See attachment.
The goal is to increase the number of people from 200 to 2000 or more.
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standing in front of my driveway facing north, I turned west to see what appeared to be an SR71 at about 5,000 feet flying through clouds heading due east. I rotated east to follow this spectacular sight. Trying to make a definitive determination as to its being an SR71 as clouds obscured ID, it appeared to have a hybrid tail section like F4 Phantom. having passed well over my HB home heading east, it turned north... more »
Why is the U.S. giving taxpayer dollars to Muslim Brotherhood front groups such as CAIR?
After the attacks of 9/11 and other hijackings I decided I would read the 9/11 Commission report as part of studies in Counter Terrorism and Political Violence. I read that after the events there was an upsurge in the air marshal project and procurement of secure cockpit door systems on many flights.
I saw this as both a positive and a negative due to the fact that not everyone,... more »
What if the DHS hosted sites that allowed radical elements to engage with one another and tracked the messages for purposes of preventing attacks.