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The Atlantic: Inside LAX's new Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Unit

The Atlantic: Inside LAX's new Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Unit

Old Jan 10, 17, 11:25 am
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The Atlantic: Inside LAX's new Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Unit

In the summer of 2014, Anthony McGinty and Michelle Sosa were hired by Los Angeles World Airports to lead a unique, new classified intelligence unit on the West Coast. After only two years, their global scope and analytic capabilities promise to rival the agencies of a small nation-state. Their roles suggest an intriguing new direction for infrastructure protection in an era when threats are as internationally networked as they are hard to predict.

https://www.theatlantic.com/technolo...m_source=atltw
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Old Jan 11, 17, 9:40 pm
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Typical surface-level "reporting" by The Atlantic. While this could have been a good story, the author was clearly too starry-eyed to do any real digging. Maybe I'm just jaded from working in related fields for more than 20 years, but what is going on at LAX has been going on at similar venues for a long, long time.
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