No one wants to think about someone opening fire at their child’s school and I’m no exception. That’s why I’ve harnessed the knowledge and experience I’ve gleaned through two decades of Special Forces soldiering to advocate for a formula for surviving school shootings: Speed + Distance = Survival. When a shooter opens fire, you have one chance, and one chance only to get it right.
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Global Incidents: Weekly Round Up – 21 July 2014 Editorial: I would like to take this opportunity to introduce our readers and subscribers to CARMdaily, the crisis and risk management news bulletin produced by Carmdale, a renowned and respected risk management company. The Circuit magazine is proud to welcome Carmdale to our team of […]
Global Incidents: 25 Apr 2014 Critical Information Brazil: Fresh clashes in Rio over dancer’s death. DRC: Stampede leads to deaths at tribute festival. India: Nine killed in poll violence. Pakistan: Suicide bomber kills four and injures 15 in Karachi. Syria: Air strike on market kills more than 20. USA: Tornado outbreak predicted for this […]
Global Incidents: 20 Mar 2014 Critical Information China: Two dead in Xinjiang violence. Egypt: Army officers killed in gunfight with militants. Lebanon: Protests flare across Lebanon against siege of border town. Turkey: Seven killed in armed attack. Ukraine: Pro-Russians seize Sevastopol Ukraine naval base. USA: Two dead in Seattle news helicopter crash. Africa […]
Global Incidents: 03 Mar 2014 Critical Information Afghanistan: Prison staff tricked into freeing Taliban fighters. China: Kunming knife attack. Guatemala: Thousands facing evacuation as Pacaya volcano erupts. Libya: MPs shot and wounded as congress stormed. Nigeria: Many die as militants destroy village. Pakistan: Deadly attack on Islamabad court. Ukraine: Russia vows troops will stay […]
Nigeria remains a key spot for drug trafficking, with vast international networks connecting it to South America, trans-Saharan, South Asia, and also to the rest of Africa. Domestic drug consumption is also worrying authorities.
Global Incidents: 03 December 2013 Critical Information Belgium: One dead as 100 cars crash in fog. India: Maoist attack kills six policemen. Israel: Activists press ahead with demands to pray at Jerusalem holy site. Lebanon: Army to take control of Tripoli. Nigeria: Boko Haram attack Maiduguri airbase. Syria: Deadly bomb blast in central Damascus. […]
FocusOn: YEMEN October 2013 Significant Events October 7: al-Qaeda (AQ) militants attacked a checkpoint in al-Bayda province, killing eight soldiers. Four other soldiers are missing. October 7: the Yemeni Air Force launched air strikes against AQ militants who were trying to attack a government complex in Shabwa. October 6: gunmen shot and killed a German […]
Global Incidents: 30 September 2013 Critical Information Iraq: Baghdad hit by multiple car bombs. Mali: Rebels and soldiers clash in Kidal. Mexico: Nine killed in latest drug attacks. Nigeria: Militants kill students in college attack. Pakistan: Peshawar market blast kills 42. USA: US shutdown looms amid political stalemate. Yemen: Al Qaeda attack military base. […]