Department of Defense Authorization for Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1996 and the Future Years Defense Program: Acquisition and technology
U.S. Government Printing Office, 2000
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Page 44 - Certain national infrastructures are so vital that their incapacity or destruction would have a debilitating impact on the defense or economic security of the United States.
Page 136 - Train the Trainer" training for local first responder trainers including hazardous material (HAZMAT), firefighters, law enforcement, and emergency medical service personnel. Tabletop and functional "hands-on" exercises using chemical and biological scenarios further reinforce this training. A training equipment package is loaned to each city for their subsequent training use. To date, 51 cities have participated in the training with approximately 14,800 first responder trainers having been trained.
Page 126 - defensive measures used to reduce the vulnerability of individuals and property to terrorism.
Page 13 - Saturation ballistic missile attacks against littoral forces, ports, airfields, storage facilities, and staging areas could make it extremely costly to project US forces into a disputed theater, much less carry out operations to defeat a well-armed aggressor. Simply the threat of such enemy missile attacks might deter US and coalition partners from responding to aggression in the first instance.
Page 407 - Goal 1: Educate and enable America's youth to reject illegal drugs as well as alcohol and tobacco.
Page 63 - the capability to collect, process, and disseminate an uninterrupted flow of information while exploiting or denying an adversary's ability to do the same.
Page 37 - DOD organizations: the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence; and the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Page 134 - forward deployed all over America." When it comes to WMD response, the members of our National Guard and our other Reserve components are ideally suited for the mission. They live and work in more than four thousand communities nationwide. They are familiar with emergency response plans and procedures. And they often have close links with the fire, police, and emergency medical personnel who will be first on the scene. As a result, the Guard and Reserve comprise a highly effective source of trained...