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You may obtain your copy of Issue #2, dated 21 January 2002 at our web site at www.homelanddefensejournal.com.
SPECIAL NOTE: The Homeland Defense Journal Issue #2 is a "PDF" file and approximately 800k in size. It will take a few moments to download depending on the speed of your connection. The reason it is so large is due to two satellite photos that depict... from space... the devastation at the WTC and the Pentagon. We thought the images were so compelling that you would not mind the time required to download. If you disagree with our decision, please let us know so that we may be able to serve you better in the future.
Highlights of the Homeland Defense Journal - January 21, 2002 Issue #2 include:
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SPECIAL NOTE: Issue #3 - Homeland Defense Journal will be released on 5 February and will include a review and analysis of the President's Budget for Homeland Defense funding and new program starts. You will not want to miss this important issue.
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