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33. 64 Ibid. , ix. , 33. 67 Ibid. theme=43&content=1936&print=true>; Internet; accessed 24 February 2004. 69 Bush, The National Strategy for Homeland Security, 43. 70 George W. theme=42& content=4961> ; Internet; accessed 20 January 2004. 71 Bush, The National Strategy for Homeland Security, 43. , 44. , 44. 74 Colin S. Gray, “Thinking Asymmetrically in Times of Terror,” Parameters (Spring 2002): 9. 75 Montgomery C. Meigs. “Unorthodox Thoughts about Asymmetric Warfare”; Parameters (Summer 2003): 8.

The Effects of Nuclear Weapons, (Department of Defense, 1997), 518. This book has an excellent chapter on the EMP effects generated by nuclear weapons and is one of the foundation references on the overall effects of nuclear weapons. S. Military Systems and Civil Infrastructure, 16 July 1997, 6. Interestingly, the explosive yield of a nuclear weapon is not as critical as the design – a device of less than 10 kilotons (optimized for the production of particular characteristics) can have much more of an EMP effect than a crudely designed weapon in the megaton range.

Asp>. Internet. Accessed 10 February 2004. Patterson, LaWarren V. Information Operations and Asymmetric Warfare…Are We Ready? Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: US Army War College, 9 April 2002. Radasky, Doctor William A. ” NBC Report (Spring/Summer 2002): 24 – 29. Rumsfeld, Donald H. Transformation Planning Guidance. : The Department of Defense, April 2003. Seiple, Chris. Consequence Management: Domestic Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction. Parameters (Autumn 1997): 119 – 34. , Prepared Testimony.

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