from threat level: If you have not purchased a 2009 calendar or day planner yet, we suggest the National Counterterrorism Center calendar from the Department of Justice.
No need to spring for the latest hottie pinup or teddy bear calendar-planner. This one, downloadable and free of charge [only 62.9mb PDF!] , shows mugs of dozens of America's most-wanted terror suspects.
But that's not all.
The 160-ish page planner contains data on "known terrorist groups, individual terrorists, and technical information on topics such as biological and chemical threats and explosives," the Justice Department says. "The 2009 edition contains more counterterrorism information than any previous edition, as well as the most comprehensive index to date, making it easier for first responders to find the information they need about everything from Anthrax to VBEIDs (Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices)."
The calendar includes key U.S., Christian, Islamic and Jewish holidays as well. Each day also shows both the Gregorian date and the equivalent on the Islamic calendar - so you don't plan an ill-timed vacation to the Middle East.
And it's available to the public. Act now, and we'll double your order.
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