10,000 Tackle TOPOFF 3 Twin Attacks

May 2005
Fire Chief;May2005, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p16
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Reports on the TOPOFF 3, a test to measure the capacity of federal, state, local and private organizations in the U.S., Canada and Great Britain to plan for, respond to and recover from a terrorist attack; Simulation of a simultaneous twin attacks; Scenario of the terrorist plot; Goal of the exercise in producing a comprehensive after-action report that captures all the lessons learned from all the parties involved.


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