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Table 2
Aggressor Categories and Groups
Aggressor Category
Casual Criminals
Career Criminals
Highly Organized Criminal Groups
Vandals and Activists
Extremist Protest Groups
CONUS Terrorists
OCONUS Terrorists
Paramilitary OCONUS Terrorist Groups
Categories Not Addressed.  This handbook does not
address the commonly referenced aggressor category of disaffected
persons, which includes disoriented persons and disgruntled
employees.  These aggressors are not covered separately in this
handbook because they exhibit similar characteristics to any of
the four categories included or they may not present a
predictable threat.
Aggressor Tactics.  Aggressors have historically
employed a wide range of offensive strategies reflecting their
capabilities and objectives.  This handbook categorizes these
offensive strategies into five tactics that are specific methods
of achieving aggressor goals against glazing systems.
a) Moving Vehicle Bomb Tactic
b) Stationary Vehicle Bomb Tactic
c) Exterior Tactic
d) Ballistics Tactic
e) Forced Entry Tactic
Separating these tactics into categories allows facility planners
to define threats in standardized terms usable by facility
designers and security personnel.  Refer to MIL-HDBK-1013/1A for
descriptions of these aggressor tactics.
Tactics Not Addressed.  This handbook addresses the
typical threats to fixed facilities for which designers can
provide glazing protective measures.  Glazing cannot provide
adequate protection against many common terrorist acts directed
at facilities.  For example, glazing will not provide adequate
protection against a standoff weapon tactic where an aggressor


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