Terror Goes to Ground Arnold Barnett, MIT's Sloan School
With memories of the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 now receding, the threat of future attacks remains real. At the INFORMS annual meeting in Phoenix, legendary air safety expert Arnold Barnett of MIT's Sloan School stressed the continued danger of attacks on subway and rail systems. He went on to encourage intelligence services to continue operations to prevent attacks on mass transit like those that took place in London, Madrid, and Mumbai. Hear his unique take on the continued peril of terrorist attack.
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