Cover: You Can TRIUMPH OVER TERROR
“You Can TRIUMPH OVER TERROR” is an emergency preparedness handbook for the family. It discourages hysteria and paranoia while providing simple instructions to minimize the real risks of man made and natural disasters. Putting these ideas to work will increase your likelihood of survival and frustrate terrorists by limiting their potential effectiveness. Prepare yourself and encourage others. Save lives! Follow the guidelines in this book to protect yourself and your loved ones from pain and loss.
Author Frank Becker is a disaster recovery specialist with LabArts Corporation. He has earned over two dozen certifications, designed numerous fallout and home shelters, was a Civil Defense Director of Emergency Housing during the Cuban Missile Crisis, and has authored several books.
- Mass Market Paperback: 230 pages
- Publisher: Greenbush Press; 1st edition (May 11, 2005)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0976672006
- ISBN-13: 978-0976672005
- Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 7.3 x 0.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces
From the Publisher
America’s double-minded approach to the growth of terrorism in the United States and around the world has served to encourage an implacable enemy and has whipped up sentiment which could result in a horrible international conflagration. Greenbush Press
From the Author
It’s been over 5 years since 3,000 Americans died on 911. If the attack occurred an hour or so later, that number might well have been 45,000 people. Yet, the unconscionable self-interest of many politicians, coupled with the ambivalence of the complacent Americans, has resulted in an uphill battle by conscientious Americans to prepare us for the inevitable WMD attacks. As of January, 2007, Houston, with a population over 4-million, still has not upgraded its emergency radio system so that it can communicate with area communities and emergency preparedness people. And, as Pat Robertson wrote me, If the supply routes of our nation were interrupted even temporarily, most Americans would find themselves in dire circumstances and extreme want.