Deterrence, Protection, and Preparation: The New Transportation Security Imperative, Issue 270
National Academy Press, 2002 - Transportation - 84 pages
Examines the role of science and technology in countering terrorism. This work presents advice on a strategic approach to transportation security that recognizes the need to move people and goods efficiently and the need to improve security against terrorism.
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Deterrence, Protection, and Preparation: The New Transportation ..., Issue 270
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