Who Protects the Nation's Infrastructure?
It could be a dump truck carrying a "dirty bomb" of TNT and low-grade radioactive material that's detonated outside a Manhattan office building. It could be a biological weapon unleashed in Los Angeles after being concealed in one of the hundreds of shipping containers that enter the nearby port uninspected each week. It could be a private airplane loaded with explosives that cripples a petrochemical refinery outside of Philadelphia, or a data-storage center in New Jersey, or a power plant in Chicago.
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