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missile threat to civil aviation

Marvin B. Schaffer

missile threat to civil aviation

by Marvin B. Schaffer

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Published by RAND in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Aeronautics, Commercial -- Security measures.,
    • Aeronautics, Commercial -- Security measures -- United States.,
    • Terrorism -- Prevention.,
    • Antiaircraft missiles.,
    • Risk management.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMarvin B. Schaffer.
      ContributionsRAND Corporation.
      LC ClassificationsTL725.3.S44 S33 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination11 p. :
      Number of Pages11
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL415569M
      LC Control Number98118675

        Abedzadeh, the head of Iran's national aviation department, said that by law there is "full coordination" between the country's air defenses and the civil aviation system. Nobody gave any thought of a possible threat to civil aviation, Safety Board chairman Tjibbe Joustra said. The report did not consider who launched the missile. However, it identified an area of square kilometers from which the launch must have taken place.

        Officials say Iranian missile 'likely' downed Ukrainian plane As details of the crash emerge, U.S. officials say it's 'highly likely' the jetliner was struck by an anti-aircraft missile in a.   A Civil Aviation Organization report identified the missiles as being the TOR-M1 model, a type of Russian-made, surface-to-air missile. It also said it .

      WASHINGTON/MONTREAL, Jan 8 (Reuters) – Several major airlines said on Wednesday they were re-routing flights to avoid airspace over Iraq and Iran after the Federal Aviation Administration banned U.S. carriers from the area following an Iran ian missile attack on U.S.-led forces in Iraq. Iran fired more than a dozen ballistic missiles from its territory at at least two Iraqi military bases.   “North Korea’s willingness to launch missiles at any time presents a threat to people of all nationalities in the region’s airspace each day.” ~ Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Twice in , North Korea launched missiles over Japan, missiles that could have hit population centers, the secretary said.

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