Evaluating novel threats to the homeland unmanned aerial vehicles and cruise missiles
Changes in technology and adversary behavior will invariably produce new threats that must be assessed by defense and homeland security planners, and a decision must be made about whether they merit changes in current defenses or the development of new defensive approaches. An example of such a nove...
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RAND National Defense Research Institute
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- how do these systems compare with alternative attack modes?
- What adversary operational problems can UAVs and cruise missiles best solve and how do UAVs and cruise missiles compare with alternative solutions?
- What are the terrorist group characteristics and preferences relevant to the acquisition and use of technology?
- Considering defensive strategies and options
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 101-106)