Disaster Medicine: Using Modeling and Simulation to Determine Medical Requirements for Responding to Natural and Man-Made Disasters
It has been suggested that civilian emergency managers should leverage the knowledge and expertise of military medical planners when preparing for medical disaster response. Like their civilian counterparts, military medical planners are faced with personnel shortages and restricted resources.
Smuggling Tunnels: The Need for a Transnational Analysis
Tunnels present significant national security concerns to the United States of America because of the devastating consequences inherent in terrorist organizations using tunnels as conduits to bypass Department of Homeland Security measures.
Airport Imaging Scanners: The Legal and Policy Debates
Terrorists intent to target planes has not diminished despite increased security in the nearly 10 years since 9/11. Instead, we have seen multiple plans and attempted attacks using liquid explosives concealed in shoes, underwear, printer cartridges, breast implants, and even dogs. To counter this adaptive adversary, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has sought to replace traditional metal detectors-which cannot detect liquid explosives-with advanced imaging technology (AIT) scanners.