Cover: Protecting the Homeland

Protecting the Homeland

Insights from Army Wargames

Published 2002

by Rick Brennan, Jr.

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In February 1996, the Chief of Staff of the Army directed the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) to conduct studies of future warfare. As part of these studies, TRADOC sponsors workshops and encourages franchise games in areas of interest. This document reports on RAND analysis of homeland security. The insights and issues raised in this study address new and emerging threats and vulnerabilities of the United States to militarily significant attacks within its borders during times of conflict. The work broadly fits into the larger body of research relating to asymmetric warfare and/or counterterrorism.

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