What do you know about how to survive terrorism and attacks? Are you familiar with the different terrorist organizations around the world, or do you simply rely on your local news to update you?
Did you know that the Department of Justice has more than 42 different terrorist organizations on a terror-watch list? Yes, and this number seemingly continues to grow each year.
These guides will answer:
• What different terror organizations are considered immanent threats?
• What can I do to prepare for a terror emergency?
• Should my family and I create an Emergency Communications Plan?
• In the event that a terrorist disaster strikes, what should I do?
• Should I have an evacuate route?
• If a disaster is in my area, what essential first-aid tips should I know?
And much more!
Most importantly during an emergency, the American Red Cross highly advises that people remain calm. Reacting with surges of panic is not helpful and only contributes to mass hysteria.
While the U.S. found itself unprepared for the deadly terror catastrophes that slaughtered thousands of Americans on the now-fateful September 11, 2001, it brought to the forefront how countries should be prepared and sufficient emergency reaction techniques that should be in operation.
Just as President Franklin Roosevelt said in his infamous speech to Congress after Imperial Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, 1941:
“Yesterday … a date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked …”
Never again should countries be unprepared. Individual citizens have a responsibility to understand the basics of terrorism so that they can persevere and survive terrorist attacks.
This detailed 114-page resource details different terrorist groups around the globe, including information linked to websites, alias group names and/or organizations, etc.
This excellent 55-page resource highlights the 42 different Foreign Terrorist Organizations that are on a terror-watch list with the United States Department of Treasury.
The American Red Cross published this excellent guide to emergency preparedness and preparing for terrorism in response to the disastrous World Trade Center attacks in 2001. A must-read guide for you and your family!