Expert Sitings: James Ylisela Jr.

James Ylisela Jr. is editor of the National Security Daily (nsd.ragan.com), an online news briefing focusing on homeland defense that covers air safety, building security, technology, borders, waterways, and other homeland security issues. Here are his top recommended sites:

www.myafghan.com
The Afghan News Network carries wire stories from around the world about the latest in Afghanistan. The site is updated regularly with news from reliable sources.

www.myafghan.com
The Afghan News Network carries wire stories from around the world about the latest in Afghanistan. The site is updated regularly with news from reliable sources.

www.defenselink.mil
DefenseLINK is a Department of Defense site, with news from the American Forces Information Service and the latest press releases, advisories, and transcripts from the government.

www.governing.com/terror.htm
Governing magazine offers U.S. state and local news related to terrorism and the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, attacks.

www.landings.com
This site follows airline industry news, but its best feature is the open discussion in the Aviation Forum, where pilots, engineers, and others in the industry debate the latest issues affecting this troubled industry.

www.homelandsecurity.org
Since 1958, the public interest research institute ANSER has produced studies for the U.S. federal government. Its Institute for Homeland Security offers an extensive selection of news on homeland defense issues.

www.alternet.org
Alternet.org is a good site for reading alternative publications and harder-to-find stories outside the mainstream.

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