Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) Name Professor Institution Course Date Introduction Improvised Explosive Device (IED) refer to a device that is placed or fabricated in a destructive manner and it incorporates a combination of destructive lethal pyrotechnic or incendiary chemicals intended to destroy incapacitate harass or distract. More often than not IEDs are made from non-military components although it may also incorporate the use of military stores. Some of the most commonly used commercially available components for IEDs include compounds derived from nitrate-based agriculture fertilizers and sodium peroxide. However the ready availability of complete rounds of ammunition for adaptation for illegal purposes can considerably ease the development and even deployment of IEDs. This paper is an outline focusing on the global awareness of IEDs its use counter efforts and continued threats posed by these weapons. Awareness on IEDS The threat of improvised explosive devices is a serious global that is 2013). Conclusion In summary we can conclude that Improvised Explosive Devices present a genuine security concern to many countries around the world. Because of the nature of the threat of IEDs it is important for a multinational and multi-stakeholder approach to be used to address this challenge. Proliferation of materials required to assemble IEDs is the main issue that should be quickly addressed to reduce annual civilian casualties they cause across the globe. References Barbero M. D. (2013). Improvised Explosive Devices Are Here to Stay. The Washington Post. Np 18 Hagstrøm M. (2015). The Challenges of IED Awareness and MRE in Afghanistan. Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction 13(1) 19. Plemmons Jr P. R. (2016). Achieving Actionable Intelligence: Legacy Information Technology Systems and the Improvised Explosive Device Global Threat. Wilson C. (2006 September). Improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in Iraq and Afghanistan: effects and countermeasures. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WASHINGTON DC CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE. [...]
I need an APA Outline on the use of IEDS the presence of them and use globally, How do we now counter them and defeat the threat. I need a title page, full thesis, body and conclusions as well as a reference page.