1. Intelligence can and should be used in all matters of homeland security and emergency management. There have been episodes throughout history where the proper or improper use of intelligence created success or failure for one side or the other, be it a military action, business excursion, police matter, or other type of event.
Share the details of 1 major event in history where the proper or improper use of intelligence made a significant difference in the outcome of the event. Be detailed. Remember the types of intelligence available now and then along with the intelligence cycle.
2. After having read the text and any additional research you choose, assess the role science plays or should play regarding informing (developing) policy and politics of disasters or terrorism-related matters. Be sure to include how science applies/relates during each phase of a disaster (mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery). What 1 scientific concept, principle, or tool do you like most or find most useful as it pertains to disaster or terrorism management?