As if aerospace/defense companies didn't already have enough to worry about--between a major downturn in commercial aviation, increasingly demanding customers, delivering on commitments to investors, and a host of other issues--here's a sobering thought: they probably run a higher risk of being targeted by terrorists than most other companies. That's according to L. Paul Bremer, 3rd, who was ambassador-at-large for counterterrorism, responsible for developing and implementing the U.S.' ...

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