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Active preventative program (against terrorism)

Active preventative program (against terrorism) refers to those deliberate low–visibility, clandestine, and/or overt actions that are taken to deter or lessen the effectiveness of planned or actual acts of terrorism. This program may include political, social, economic, psychological, military, or a combination of those actions.

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