Case Study – Aviation Security and al Qaeda in Yemen From December 2009 to December 2010, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), based in Yemen, attempted on at least two occasions to attack the U.S. homeland. During the first attack, AQAP attempted a suicide bombing utilizing an underwear explosive device on commercial aviation over Detroit on Christmas Day 2009. The second attempt involved explosive devices encased in office printers shipped in November 2010 aboard cargo aircraft. Both of these attacks failed. However, these attacks demonstrated continued weaknesses in homeland security. Conduct a case study researching and addressing the following:
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Case Study – Aviation Security And Al Qaeda In Yemen
Length: 10 pages (1570 Words)
Plots, suicide shelling over Detroit in 2009 and the explosives encased in printers abroad payload air ship in 2010 showed a few logistical issues in country security that the terrorist system (AQAP) misused. In the first case relating to the suicide attack on an international flight with an American destination, there were two main problems. The first problem is that there was not adequate air terminal security and innovation that could recognize the explosives joined to the garments of the culprit.
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