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12 Part I: Guide for Evaluating Security Measures for the U.S. Ferry System 3.2.5 Criteria Group 5: Threat Type Three general categories of threats are considered: delivery of explosives or incendiaries; acts of force (e.g., hijacking, commandeering, and ramming); and delivery of WMDs (i.e., chemical, biological, or radiological agents). Based on assessments of your operation's vulnerabilities, some threats may be of more concern than others. For each threat type below, indicate the relative importance of additional security measures to address the threat. 0 = not important 3 = moderate importance 1 = low importance 4 = moderate to high importance 2 = low to moderate importance 5 = high importance Importance Threat Type (0 5) Delivery of Explosive or Incendiary by Person on a person or within their baggage Vehicle within a car, van, or truck Vessel within a waterside vessel Artillery (e.g., RPG) from a location in range of the facility or ferry routes Mine underwater explosive on piers, vessels, etc. Overhead from anything overhead, e.g., aircraft, bridge over the ferry route, etc. Act of Force TO: Facility terminal or pier Vessel ferry or ferry patrol vessel BY: Vehicle car, van, or truck Vessel waterside vessel, surface or underwater Overhead airplane or bridge WMD Delivery of: Chem toxic chemical agent Bio harmful biological agent Rad radioactive agent