Carlton Purvis: Truman Project Releases National Security Manual
Carlton Purvis in Security Management:
A D.C.-based leadership institute has published a manual to provide policy-makers and national security practitioners with a tool to quickly understand hot topics in national security.
The Truman National Security Project released the Spring 2012 edition of the Truman Security Briefing Book, formerly known as the National Security Manual, at an event on the Hill Monday night. The manual is a crash course on national security issues including traumatic brain injury and PTSD in veterans, nuclear proliferation, and analysis of critical events worldwide, including the Arab Spring.
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