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‘AgTerror’ Trainer Returns From Initial Assignment


'AgTerror' group poses for photo outside Crownpoint Institute of Technology Veterinary Hospital on May 26 A n instructor of environmental technology in Penn College’s School of Natural Resources Management conducted his first “agroterrorism” assignment last month at a community college in Crownpoint, N.M. Steven R. Parker (rear left in photo) leaves July 9 for two weeks of complete Master Instructor training required by the Department of Homeland Security. Parker’s May visit to the Navajo Nation marked the first such counterterrorism training on Indian lands as a result of 9/11.

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