Is Homeland Security Possible

Is Homeland Security Possible - HLS 225 Some Homeland...

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HLS 225 Some Homeland Security Issues. NOTE: The ideas and questions raised herein are based upon the work of Mr. Juval Aviv. Mr. Aviv is the author of books on security and is a security consultant to El Al Airlines. He was employed by Pan-Am Airlines as an investigator in the Lockerbie bombing. He is a former member of the Israeli Secret Service (Mossad) and leader of the Israeli team that tracked down the terrorists who kidnapped and killed members of the Israeli Olympic team in Munich at the 1972 Olympics. 1. Airplanes a. Is our airline security reactionary rather than proactive? i. Will the passengers on an airline ever again sit passively as a few terrorists on the plane try to hijack it? ii. Do terrorists know this? iii. If so, why do we spend so much time and money trying to restrict what people can carry onto an airplane? iv. What do you want your government to do about it?
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Is our scanning technology outdated? i. Do the airport scanners detect metal objects? ii. Modern explosives and guns can be made of plastic. iii. Will the scanners detect that? iv. If not, why not? v.
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This note was uploaded on 08/08/2010 for the course HLS 225 taught by Professor Burkechristensen during the Fall '08 term at E. Kentucky.

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