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In the post-9/11 world, the possibility of energy infrastructure-terrorism_the use of weapons to cause devastating damage to the energy industrial sector along with its cascading effects_is very real. Energy Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security is a reference for those involved with our energy infrastructure who want quick answers to complicated questions. It is intended to help employers and employees handle security threats they must be prepared to meet on a daily basis. This book focuses on the three interrelated energy infrastructure segments: electricity, petroleum, and natural gas. It presents common-sense methodologies in a straightforward manner and is accessible to those who have no experience with energy infrastructure or homeland security. Readers gain an understanding of the challenge of domestic preparedness_that is, an immediate need for a heightened state of awareness of the present threat facing the energy infrastructure industrial sector as a potential terrorist target_as well as knowledge of security principles and measures that can be implemented, adding a critical component not only to one's professional knowledge but also giving one the tools needed to combat terrorism.
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Frank Isaac Spellman (born September 17, 1922) was an American weightlifter who set several Olympic records and earned a gold medal in 1948. Spellman has been elected to the United States Weightlifting Hall of Fame, the Helms (Amateur Athletic Federation) Hall of Fame and the Porterville Quarterback Hall of Fame.
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