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Join us Monday, June 26, 2012 – 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. ET to learn how you can identify radicalization and raise community awareness to combat domestic terrorism.

Guest speaker, Dr. James Miskel, Senior Fellow at Homeland Security Management Institute (HSMI), has been designing and teaching online courses on terrorism and conflict resolution for the US Naval War College, the University of Maryland and Norwich University since 2005.

By William Tucker New intelligence, recently released into the open source, suggests that North Korea has been working on an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of striking the U.S. North Korea’s larger missiles – namely the Taepodong 1 and 2 – require a fixed launch facility. The benefits of a mobile ICBM, such as hiding in the many tunnels Pyongyang has dung into its mountainous territory, are readily apparent.

On Friday, December 9, In Homeland Security’s chief correspondent
William Tucker will discussed North Korea’s political, military and intelligence dynamics along with the upcoming leadership transition in 2012.

See the webcast On-Demand.

William Tucker serves as a Counterintelligence Officer for a major government contractor. His additional duties include advising on counterterrorism issues and providing situation updates for those traveling abroad.

September 11, 2001 is a date that touches every American from coast to coast, recalling memories of a fateful day that placed thousands at the center of a terror attack. The personal stories that emerged from Ground Zero, the Pentagon, and Flight 93 bring to light the men and women who became heroes, and show how humanity will always overcome fear. 

The Cold War gave birth to an age where nuclear weapon scares were a bitter reality. With military build-ups, economic competition, and cultural insecurities, relations between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. were on the verge of disaster. But how much do we really know about what happened between 1978—1995? Will history repeat itself, leading us even closer to thermonuclear war?

Are we prepared for a radioactive nightmare?

Join American Military University , Tuesday, June 28, 2011 – 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. ET, to explore the possibilities of a disaster like the Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami occurring in the United States and if our nation is prepared to handle a disaster of this magnitude along with the nuclear fallout.

There is a growing trend among Americans to be more aware of what we are putting into our bodies. Organic markets and restaurants are popping up everywhere. People are trying to eat healthier, yet the question remains – is our food supply safe? Why are there so many outbreaks of foodborne illness in modern society? What are the risks of modern food?

American Military University will be hosting a live webcast on March 17 that will explore the the terrorist mind. This is a difficult topic and is certainly controversial both inside and out of academic circles. This will certainly be webcast you don’t want to miss.
After the attack of September 11th, the United States has spent billions of dollars to analyze and dissolve terrorist groups on a global scale.

Live Webcast -Tuesday, December 7, 2010
11 am – 12:15 pm ET

In this interactive discussion, industry experts Victor Deyglio (The Logistics Institute) and Irvin Varkonyi (American Public University), will present solutions to the challenges faced by logisticians. These will include:

  • Building a competent labor market to sustain competitive global leadership
  • Hiring a skilled workforce for new economies based on the flow of goods, money, and information
  • Producing competitive bench strength through a competent workforce
  • Developing competency-based careers


Following the presentation, join us for a question and answer session with the speakers.

By William Tucker
If you were unable to attend the webcast I gave last week entitled A Nuclear Middle East you can now find the video and accompanying paper available online. If you registered for the event you will receive an email with the updated website. With Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad currently visiting Lebanon the webcast and paper can shed some light on the motivation behind the visit.