Here’s a scan from the original copy’s chapter on “Live Targets” featuring prime minister at the time of printing (1984), Mr. Kåre Willoch with a panic-button (early type general-issue electro-mechanic transponder).
1. We must know the live targets’ whereabouts are around the clock. Do not assume them to adhere to certain patterns. Security staff normally arrange unpredictable routines.
2. We must know what kind of security they’ve got, how the security staff is armed/equipped and whether they are any good.
3. In which situations is the enemy most accessible for assault?
4. Which methods of rapid response to unexpected situations does he have?”
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