IntelCenter Terrorist Activity (TA): Electrical Infrastructure 27 Sep. 2011 Wall Chart v1.0

$ 34.99 USD

This 44"x36" wall chart shows the latest terrorist and rebel activity related to power plants, towers, cables and the electrical sector in general. The chart contains a link analysis of events from 1 Jan. 2011 to 9 Sep. 2011, including the arrest of five men near the UK's Sellafield nuclear facility and the numerous attacks on power pylons and cables in Baluchistan Province in Pakistan. It also contains a timeline of significant electrical-related events since 2004. In addition, the chart contains two sets of four pie charts, indicating activity by theater, country, targets and tactics. The first set examines all events, which includes attacks, arrests and other terrorist/rebel activity, while the second set focus solely on attacks.

The wall chart has an adhesive backing that lets you attach it directly to a wall and then pull it off and reposition it when you want. It is made with a polypropylene based material that is water resistant and flexible with a matte surface finish.

Electronic versions of IntelCenter Wall Charts, including the original i2 Analyst Notebook files, are available to IntelCenter Database (ICD) subscribers.

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