The Terrorist Recognition Handbook

The Terrorist Recognition Handbook

by Malcolm W. Nance, Maryse Beliveau
     
 

Whether they are acting as a one-person cell, or with a sophisticated global finance and logistics network, terrorists can be members of nearly any race, sex, religion, or political persuasion. But every terrorist operation always has certain characteristics, and the only effective way to identify and prevent terrorists is to observe their behavior and analyze it with… See more details below

Overview

Whether they are acting as a one-person cell, or with a sophisticated global finance and logistics network, terrorists can be members of nearly any race, sex, religion, or political persuasion. But every terrorist operation always has certain characteristics, and the only effective way to identify and prevent terrorists is to observe their behavior and analyze it with an intelligence-based approach. For the first time, a former U.S. military anti-terrorism intelligence officer reveals thousands of Terrorist Attack Pre-incident Indicators (TAPIs) in The Terrorist Recognition Handbook, and shows:
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How terrorist operatives are classified and organized by skill level
· How intelligence, operations, planning, logistics cells operate
· The key steps every terrorist group always follow
· How to recognize the stages of a terrorist plot
· The entire range of attack tactics, techniques, and methodologies of known terrorist groups
· How and why groups use conventional, radiological, nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons at the street level
· How to conduct terrorism intelligence analysis in the field
With dozens of incident case studies and hundreds of illustrations, The Terrorist Recognition Handbook is the first and only commercially available handbook that debunks the aura of mystery surrounding terrorist activities as it uncovers the terrorists' means, methods, organization, and motivations. It will be an invaluable resource and training guide for police officers, SWAT teams, federal officials, security companies, local water boards, chemical plants, oil refineries, power generating facilities, electricalutilities, airport facilities, public transportation officials, education officials, journalists, and ordinary citizens.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781592280254
Publisher:
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
10/01/2003
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
6.78(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.81(d)

Meet the Author

MALCOLM W. NANCE is a 20-year veteran of the US intelligence community's Combating Terrorism program and Director of Special Operations for the SRSI Corporation. He has worked as an anti-terrorism and counter-terrorism operator including direct support to the National Security Agency, CIA, and DIA. Mr. Nance speaks eight languages, and was decorated ten times for his conduct as a witness and intelligence collector during the 1983 US Marine Barracks, both American embassy bombings in Beirut, the TWA 847 hijacking, the Libyan Air Raid; and combat actions against, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Bosnia, Yugoslavia. Additionally Mr. Nance lectured for three years on terrorist tactics and protective measures for the FBI, DEA, IABTI, and the US Navy. He has trained journalists from the BBC, the New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, USA Today, National Geographic Adventure, National Geographic Traveler, The Travel Channel, and The Discovery Channel. He lives in Washington, DC.

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