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Washington DC: U. S. Government Printing Office, 2006. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Wraps. iii, , 36 pages. In his testimony, Mike Cutler, former INS agent stated "The issue of aliens who enter our country through ports of entry having been inspected by CBP, who subsequently overstay or otherwise violate the terms of admission, is an issue that is often neglected if not totally overlooked. ... It is worth noting that the terrorists who attacked our nation on September 11, 2001 all entered our country through ports of entry. I have often made the point that any state that possesses an international airport or a seaport is, in fact, a border state. It is currently estimated that more than 40% of the illegal alien population currently present in the United States did not run our nation’s borders, but entered our country through a port of entry and then, in one way or another, violated the terms of their admission into the United States, whether by overstaying the authorized period for which they were admitted, accepting unauthorized employment or became involved in criminal activities and were found guilty of committing crimes within the United States. While this hearing is focused on visa overstays, we need to also consider the Visa Waiver Program that enables aliens from 26 countries plus Canada to apply for admission to the United States without first obtaining a visa for the United States.
New York: Times Books, Henry Holt and Company, 2004. First Edition [Stated], First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. , 263,  pages. Illustrations. Notes. Index. DJ has slight wear, soiling Ink notation on fep. Graham Tillett Allison, Jr. (born 23 March 1940) is an American political scientist and professor at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. He is renowned for his contribution in the late 1960s and early 1970s to the bureaucratic analysis of decision making, especially during times of crisis. His book Remaking Foreign Policy: The Organizational Connection, co-written with Peter Szanton, was published in 1976 and had some influence on the foreign policy of the administration of President Jimmy Carter which took office in early 1977. Since the 1970s, Allison has also been a leading analyst of U.S. national security and defense policy, with a special interest in nuclear weapons and terrorism. Allison has been heavily involved in U.S. defense policy since working as an advisor and consultant to the Pentagon in the 1960s. He has been a member of the Secretary of Defense's Defense Policy Board from 1985. He was a special advisor to the Secretary of Defense (1985–87) and the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Policy and Plans (1993–1994), where he coordinated strategy and policy towards the states of the former Soviet Union. President Bill Clinton awarded Allison the Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service, for "reshaping relations with Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and Kazakhstan to reduce the former Soviet nuclear arsenal."
Aldermaston, Reading, Berkshire, England: Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE), 2010. Issue 1 stated. Wraps. 28 pages. Illustrations (color). Format is approximately 8.25 inches and 6 inches. This work includes information on the AWE Enterprise Strategy. This document appears to be targeted at current AWE employees. The Atomic Weapons Establishment is a contractor operated capabilities deployed in several facilities overseen by the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense. The United Kingdom and the United States cooperate under the terms of a Mutual Defense Agreement that was first established in 1958 and has been periodically renewed since then,
New York: Harper Collins, 2007. Later printing. Mass market paperback. xxii, 437,  pages. Date in ink on first page. Edge of Battle (2006) - Rivalry between drug lords in Mexico and an increased flow of illegal immigrants across the US border heightens the tension between both countries. Task Force Talon is assigned to man a new base in southern California to combat the threat.
Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc., 1968. Revised Edition. 368, illus., map, index, lib bkplte, stamps, & pocket, DJ flaps taped ins rear flylf, bds faded, some wear to spine & lib stickThe author was co-winner of The Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 1964. Preface by Henry Cabot Lodge.
New York, NY: Random House, 2008. First edition. First edition [stated]. First printing [stated]. Hardcover. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. x, 276,  pages. Author's Note. DJ has slight wear and soiling. Signed by author on half-title page. Fred Burton is Stratfor's vice president for intelligence, and his publishers describe him as "one of the world's foremost experts on security, terrorists and terrorist organizations." Burton began his career in law enforcement as a police officer in Montgomery County, Maryland and later worked for the U.S. Secret Service. From 1985 to 1999, he was a special agent with the U.S. Diplomatic Security Service (DSS). He eventually became the deputy chief of the DSS counterterrorism division. While with the DSS, Burton was appointed by Washington to assist in the investigation of the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. He also investigated the killing of Rabbi Meir Kahane; the al Qaeda New York City bombing plots before the September 11 attacks; and the Libyan-backed terrorist attacks against diplomats in Sana'a and Khartoum. Mr. Burton joined Stratfor, an Austin, Texas-based geopolitical forecasting and analysis company, in 2004.
New York: William Morrow, 2002. First edition. Stated. First printing [stated]. Hardcover. xiii, , 332,  pages. Glossary. Introduction by Richard Marcinko. Chalker is a retired Navy SEAL, inventor and author who has written about the Navy SEALs. Chalker initially served with SEAL Team One but was hand-selected by Commander Richard Marcinko to become a plankowner of the Navy's first dedicated counter-terrorist unit, SEAL Team Six. He participated in Operation Urgent Fury in the US Invasion of Grenada. His team reached then Governor General Paul Scoon's mansion and held it for an entire day while being attacked by a force of Grenadians and Cubans. As a SEAL, Chalker saw action in Haiti (recounted in his book One Perfect Op), El Salvador, and Panama. When Marcinko was tasked to select members for a new unit to test security at US Naval bases against the threat of terrorism, he once again chose Chalker as one of the founding members. His final duty was as the Command Master Chief at the Training Center Command for BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEALs) Training.