A voice for homeland defense

Bonney, Joseph
February 2002
JoC Week;02/04/2002, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p36
Profiles Stephen Flynn, Coast Guard commander in the United States. Involvement of Flynn in the homeland security issues; Efforts on the implementation of cargo security measures; Views on national security system and terrorist attacks.


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