By Malcolm W. Nance
First released in 2003, Terrorist popularity instruction manual: A Practitioner's handbook for Predicting and choosing Terrorist actions is still one of many merely books to be had to supply special details on terrorist methodology-revealing terrorist motivation, organizational constitution, making plans, financing, and operational strategies to hold out assaults. This absolutely revised and up-to-date 3rd variation includes the special research and background of earlier versions with thoroughly new case experiences and data on new and rising terrorist practices and tendencies. Updates. Read more...
summary: First released in 2003, Terrorist popularity guide: A Practitioner's guide for Predicting and selecting Terrorist actions is still one of many basically books on hand to supply particular details on terrorist methodology-revealing terrorist motivation, organizational constitution, making plans, financing, and operational strategies to hold out assaults. This totally revised and up to date 3rd version includes the specified research and historical past of earlier versions with thoroughly new case reviews and knowledge on new and rising terrorist practices and tendencies. Updates
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Training comes in three levels: basic, intermediate, and advanced: ◾◾ Basic training ◾◾ Weapons parts familiarization ◾◾ Basic rifle firing ◾◾ Throwing hand grenades ◾◾ Laying and fusing landmines ◾◾ Firing rocket-propelled grenades ◾◾ Suppressing fire and firing on the move ◾◾ Cover and concealment ◾◾ Basic camouflage ◾◾ Intermediate training ◾◾ Mortars and rockets ◾◾ Advanced rifle and grenade use ◾◾ Rifle-mounted grenade launchers ◾◾ Battle tactics ◾◾ Leadership ◾◾ Terrorist tradecraft in foreign countries ◾◾ Basic improvised explosive devices and booby traps ◾◾ Advanced training ◾◾ Urban battle tactics ◾◾ Advanced battle tactics −− Close-quarters combat (CQC) −− Sniper and long-rifle skills −− VIP close protection ◾◾ Advanced improvised explosive devices ◾◾ Advanced bomb building ◾◾ Commercial books or “how-to” military manuals ◾◾ Bomb-making manuals: Poor Man’s James Bond, Anarchist Cookbook −− Weapons components and repair manuals −− Improvised weapons and silencer construction −− Chemical explosives formulas Terrorist Training TERRORIST TRAINING CASE STUDY: WISCONSIN TERRORIST TRAINING CAMP In 1989, members of the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas are alleged to have run a weekend terrorist training facility in Wisconsin.
Such weapons could indicate overseas training; people like to use weapons they are familiar with. Other indicators may include: ◾◾ Flashy weapons: Is the suspect carrying a s tainless-steel or gold-plated weapon as opposed to a normal blued (dark) weapon? Such conspicuous weapons are preferred by those with greater concern for looks than for m ission-specific functionality, such as criminals or class IV or class V terrorists. A flashy weapon may indicate a terrorist with a commercial supply source.
That may be true to some extent, but not entirely. Terrorism cannot be defeated in a grand war. Trying preemptively to hunt down every person in the world who might carry out or participate in an act of terrorism is akin to trying to hunt and catch a few specific ants in Texas: a nearly impossible task. Terrorism against America can only be defeated through careful intelligence collection, surveillance, cooperative efforts among law enforcement and intelligence agencies, and resolving the root complaints of the terrorist-supporting population.
Terrorist recognition handbook : a practitioner's manual for predicting and identifying terrorist activities by Malcolm W. Nance