The Analysis National Tactic

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Danielle Kelley

The analysis of national tactic
The United States following the 9/11 attacks notice that more required for the public safety and the guarding of the United States to prevent tragic situations as such from happening again. For that reason, new concepts created to help in the efforts. The national plan, for counterterrorism also the national security tactic, will help the government also; law enforcement agencies protect society also the well-being of the United States. To make sure that the enemies of the state will ever get away with conduct like that again. In this paper, it will be discussed the reviews of a national approach, for counterterrorism also the national security tactic like comparing the National Security approach and National tactic for Counterterrorism regarding scope and direction. Also, assess various strategies used to address terrorist threats. The Analyze the development and progression of homeland security from 9/11 until now, including the role of executive orders. By explaining the reviews, it will help show how much of an assist these two strategies are to the United States, in their mission to secure the nation and its people. Compare the National Security Strategy also Counterterrorism
When using these methods, many people can see that they have different tactics within their strategy. However, many people do not understand that there some similarities in them also like for instance the first thing that they can compare, with each other is they want the president and the government to protect the citizens within Americas Society also broad. Also, securing the people of America homeland all American interest dismantling, defeating Al-Qaida also their associates. “The individuals of the united states, also the interest will not be protected from terrorist attacks until them as a…...

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