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Levi Richardson
Levi Richardson

Nato Urges Military To Recruit White Hat Hacker Army

Historical Trends: A small number of military and law enforcement personnel have been involved in domestic extremism over the years. In her study of the white power movement, for example, Professor Kathleen Belew of the University of Chicago argues that the Vietnam War and other political, economic, and social factors led to a consolidation and expansion of white power activists, who attempted to recruit active-duty soldiers, reservists, and veterans involved in the Vietnam War.20 In 1970 alone, the U.S. Marine Corps recorded over 1,000 incidents of racial violence at installations in the United States and Vietnam, including violent altercations between black and white Marines at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.21 While most of these were not acts of terrorism, they still contributed to an enabling environment for extremist acts.

Nato urges military to recruit white hat hacker army


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