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Galdorisi, George
October 2005
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Oct2005, Vol. 131 Issue 10, p84
Conference Proceeding
The article presents an analysis of the long-awaited publication that outlines the Department of Defense's strategy for defending the American homeland. In the foreword, Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England notes that this marks the next significant milestone in reshaping the Department's approach to homeland defense. Building upon the concept of an active, layered defense outlined in the National Defense Strategy, The Strategy for Homeland Defense and Civil Support constitutes the Department's vision for transforming homeland defense and civil support capabilities.


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