Category: Homeland Security News

VACCINATIONTrump’s Vaccine Endorsement Moves the Needle on COVID-19 Vaccines Published 6 April 2022 A team of economists and political scientists that included Stanford’s Brad Larsen ran a large-scale advertising experiment in thousands of U.S. counties showing a video compilation of former President Donald Trump’s Fox News interview recommending the COVID-19 vaccine, leading to a significant

TUNNELINGTactical Tunneling to Help Military Operations, Rescue Missions Published 6 April 2022 New tactical tunneling technologies show the feasibility of rapidly constructing tactical tunnel networks that enable secure, responsive resupply in denied environments. These networks could provide infrastructure for logistics support, such as pre-positioning supplies in advance of an operation or providing ongoing resupply as

WATER SECURITYUranium Detectable in Two-Thirds of U.S. Community Water System Monitoring Records Published 6 April 2022 A study on metal concentrations in U.S. community water systems (CWS) found that metal concentrations were particularly elevated in CWSs serving semi-urban, Hispanic communities independent of location or region. A study on metal concentrations in U.S. community water systems (CWS)

OUR PICKSVeterans & Extremists | Digital Government | Targeting the U.S. Power Grid, and more Published 6 April 2022 ·  3 Men Plead Guilty in Plot to Attack U.S. Power Grid ·  US General Says Counter-Terrorism Efforts Are ‘More Difficult’ After Biden’s Afghanistan Withdrawal ·  UN Security Council Says ISIS ‘Weakening’ in Africa as Fighters Desert Group ·