Draft Homeland Security Strategy Adds Offensive Needs To Game Plan

Biesecker, Calvin
September 2007
Defense Daily;9/7/2007, Vol. 235 Issue 48, p5
Market Research Report
The article reports that an ongoing revision to the five-year old National Strategy for Homeland Security will include the need to go on the offensive in helping to defeat terrorists as part of the nation's layered approach to defending the homeland. In the draft strategy, the definition of homeland security has been broadened to incorporate the need for offensive tools in the War on Terror and also reflect the non-terror component to homeland security.


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