Surviving Terrorism

Burrows, Danielle; Barela, Tim
September 2002
Airman;Sep2002, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p16
Relates the experience of lieutenant colonel Glyn Bolasky on terrorism in the U.S. Reaction to a robbery; Expertise of Bolasky on electronic warfare; Advice for military personnel. INSET: Don't be a victim.


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