RYPUL THREAT ASSESSMENTS: A U.S. LEADER IN BUSINESS AND PERSONAL PROTECTIVE SECURITY SERVICES

The United States – RyPul Threat Assessments (RYPUL), is a full-service legal U.S. Corporation dedicated to personal protective security and custom protection specialties for private sector clients throughout the country. Comprised of protective specialists who have operated and provided high-level static and mobile security services around the world, for US Government clientele, Non-Governmental Organizations, Multi-National... Continue Reading →

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The world is under attack from terror

From Homegrown Terrorists, To Imported Threats The World Is Under Attack. TERROR IN FRANCE A wave of six terrorist attacks in Paris left at least 130 people dead across the city in the deadliest violence to strike France in decades, November 13, 2015. France declared three days of national mourning. People worldwide paused for a moment of... Continue Reading →

U.S. bioterrorism detection program unreliable: GAO

DHS’s BioWatch program aims to provide early indication of an aerosolized biological weapon attack. Until April 2014, DHSpursued a next-generation autonomous detection technology (Gen-3), which aimed to enable collection and analysis of air samples in less than six hours, unlike the current system (Gen-2), which requires manual intervention and can take up to thirty-six hours... Continue Reading →

Eurojihad Patterns of Islamist Radicalization and Terrorism in Europe

by Angel Rabasa, Cheryl Benard Related Topics: Europe, Religious Fundamentalism, Syria, Terrorism Throughout history, factors of radicalization have involved social and economic conditions and issues of identity. Patterns of Islamist radicalization in Europe reflect the historical experience of European Muslim communities, particularly their links to their home countries, the prevalence of militant groups there, and... Continue Reading →

U.S. Marines, Gabonese Share Tactics

PONGARA, Gabon -- U.S. Marines and Gabon’s Agence Nationale des Parcs Nationaux, or ANPN, worked together Sept. 14-25, at the Pongara National Forest to help the nation’s fight against wildlife trafficking. At the request of the Gabonese government and through coordination with the U.S. Embassy in Libreville, the Marines and sailors with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground... Continue Reading →

The Fall of Guatemala’s President

CIACS Arms Trafficking Guatemala CIACS Organized Crime Groups Guatemala Groups Guatemala's 40-year civil war laid the groundwork for many criminal organizations, including several that spawned from state intelligence and military services. These organizations, collectively known as Illegal Clandestine Security Apparatuses (Cuerpos Ilegales y Aparatos Clandestinos de Seguridad - CIACS), are still operational, assisting in drug... Continue Reading →

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