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  Posted on: Friday, April 26, 2019
Former Boston Chief on Preparing for Next Terror Attack: Get 'Ready to Be Overwhelmed'
Homeland Security Today
The Boston Marathon bombing underscored that training to prevent and respond to the next terror attack needs to be dynamic, inclusive and “constantly evolving” to keep up with the changing tactics of evildoers, said Boston’s former police chief.

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