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Marines Exploring Anti-Drone Solution

The Drones of ISIS

Ransomware? Bad News, It’s Getting Worse

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Ransomware Wiki

VA By the Numbers, Have They Improved?

China Will Take the Gloves Off if Trump Continues on Taiwan

Navy Research Targets Traumatic Brain Injuries

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PTSD a Factor Leading Airman to Kill Commander

Marines Retool Amid High-Tech Threats

Applying “NFL Red Zone” to Intel Analysis

Strategies to Reduce Workplace Violence

Dangerously Connected – Personal Devices in the Workplace

Lax Security Persisted Well After 2013 Shootings

Pentagon Lateral Entry Program Raises Concerns

Wounded Warrior Probe Continues

"Worst" Vet Charity Actually Run by Veteran Affairs Lawyer

Marine Corps Finally Dumps Vehicle Decals

Famous Marine was not in Iwo Jima Photo

Lawmakers want Tri-Care Recipients to Pay Obamacare Prices

So Much for OPSEC - Video Shows SpecOPS Equip in Syria

Judge Sentences Veteran then Joins Him in Jail

Insider Threat - Contractor Sabotages Reserve Pay Software

$17M and Still No New Service Handgun

3D Printer makes New Feet for Duck

Apple Pulls the Plug on Quicktime and You Should Too

Ex-Army Hackers Protecting the Grid

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Islamic State Sending More Fighters to Europe

Hitchhikers Guide to the Islamic State

USA Spending

Defense Industry Daily X

Dark Matter Hunters Find Planet X

Nationwide Weather Map

Homeland Security Sector Reports

Combatting Bullying

DoD Approved Secure Thumb Drive

A Primer on Situational Awareness

Watching for Watchers

Use Your GI Bill

Measles - What You Should Know

Warrior Hunts

Wounded Warrior Service Dogs

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ASIS Chapter 151 Officers

Chairman:
Santo Polizzi, CPP
Vice Chairman:
Mark Allen, CPP
Secretary:
Terry Ryan, CPP
Webmaster:
John Monaccio, CPP

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Chapter Monthly Meetings

We meet on the third Tuesday of each month except August and December - check the calendar for meeting dates. We meet at the Mickey Finn Detachment of the Marine Corps League outside of Marine Corps Base Quantico, 18736 Fuller Heights Rd,Triangle, VA 22172. Our meetings start at 6:30pm and we strive to have a speaker or presentation of merit every month. Stop on by and have one of the famous MCL steaks by Danny!


Directions: Off of I-95, take Exit 150B towards Quantico Marine Corps Base. Cross US 1 and just before the Main Gate turn left onto Fuller Heights Road. The Mickey Finn Building is first on the right.

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Our Apologies - The Meeting on the 21st was Cancelled - The Host Facility Unexpectedly Closed for the Day. Our Next Meetings Will Be The 21st of March, the 18th of April and the 16th of May, 2017.



ORG SITES WEB HOSTING IS FREE SO THERE ARE LIMITATIONS. In order to maximize our annual donation to ASIS, we originally choose to use a free web hosting service. Back in those "old days" hosting was costlier than it is today. Org Sites remains free to non-profits but there are limits as to the HTML code and styles you can use. Our site was originally setup using the only available display, 640x480 (which now cannot be modified) and is why you see a grey bar to the right of your screen. A small inconvenience for larger ASIS donations! We are working to migrate the site and have been testing other hosts and styles to update our web presence. Until then, this remains our preferred host.


Site Updates – February, 2017
  • News Links Updated
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SAFETY Act Designation

The Standards and Guidelines Program of ASIS International has received a Designation award under the Support Anti-terrorism by Fostering Effective Technology Act of 2002 (the SAFETY Act) from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Specifically, the SAFETY Act designation limits ASIS' liability for acts arising out of the use of the guidelines in connection with an act of terrorism and precludes claims of third party damages against organizations using the guidelines as a means to prevent or limit the scope of terrorist acts.


ANSI Accreditation


ASIS INTERNATIONAL has been awarded accreditation by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the U.S. member for the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This endorsement confirms that ASIS�s certification programs adhere to the highest professional standards. The accreditation that the certification programs have been awarded, known as ISO/IEC 17024, is a global, voluntary standard for organizations responsible for certification of personnel. It is a means of ensuring that certified personnel meet the published requirements of a given certification program.



 
Chapter Musings
 


The January 2015 Meeting featured a discussion on Operational Security by Chapter Member Mr. Andy Norman, CPP. Andy took a differing slant on the traditional OPSEC briefing by detailing, using video clips and photos, security surrounding the Allied invasion of Europe, 6 Jun 1944. D-Day was a massive planning and training exercise leading up to the landings in Normandy that included a myriad of security concerns in combination with a deception campaign. Thanks to Andy for a great discussion!



Supreme Allied Commander Briefs Allied Troops Before the D-Day Landings


 
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