By Lynn Davis
What position can the military play in retaining the us from terrorist assaults?
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The question for the nation then is whether the Army should do more to prepare for HLS activities to hedge against the risk of being inadequately prepared, given a world where terrorists have demonstrated the willingness and capability to conduct mass-casualty attacks within the United States and where civilian capabilities are expanding but still untested. To answer this question, this report adopts an approach, described in Chapter Two, that begins with theoretical HLS possibilities involving terrorist attacks, civil disturbances, and other types of domestic emergencies that could require responses that would overwhelm both civilian organizations and the Army’s available capabilities.
Command and Control The CSB elements will be under the command of the adjutant general in the state where they are based. When an incident occurs that requires the deployment of the CSB, operational control of the CSB will be given to the adjutant general of the receiving state. To provide for such a contingency, each State Joint Force Headquarters (SJFHQ) must be capable of assuming operational control of a brigade-size or larger force. 20 The Commander of NORTHCOM will command the CSBs if they are moved to federal, Title 10 status.
2 This Army response would create a similar program for federal funding of training and preplanned, scheduled HLS operations. , operating in Title 10 status. Members of the National Guard are also extended federal tort protections in some specific circumstances under Title 32 status, as specified in 28 USC 2671 and 2679. Federal tort protection for Guardsmen in Title 32 status includes such duties as monthly drill, annual training, attendance at service schools, and specified drug interdiction activities.
Army Forces for Homeland Security by Lynn Davis