The National Security and International Affairs mailing list allows marketers to target armed forces personnel, officers, and related government professionals engaged in protecting U.S. and international interests. These professionals rely on resource materials like books, reports, newsletters, and audio tapes to stay abreast of military strategies, vendor product and service offerings, and global events.
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The National Security and International Affairs mailing list allows marketers to target armed forces personnel, officers, and related government professionals engaged in protecting U.S. and international interests. These professionals rely on resource materials like books, reports, newsletters, and audio tapes to stay abreast of military strategies, vendor product and service offerings, and global events. Along with offline and online publications, these professionals purchase goods ranging from night vision goggles to satellite systems.
Reach officers and other government personnel within the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, National Guard and military training facilities who oversee national defense and homeland security. Individuals in this list have titles that include colonel, general, admiral, commander, captain, secretary of defense, sergeant, trainer, and more. It is the duty of military personnel to deter war and ensure U.S. borders and American waterways are secured from terrorists and threat from international countries. They train and educate new recruits, negotiate with leaders, provide surveillance, keep the peace, and build goodwill in foreign lands. To stay updated in their area of expertise, these government officials purchase or download resources for info on military product reviews, budgeting and financing military operations, defense technology advancements, recruitment tips, defense strategies, international “hot spots” and statistical data. They depend on quality vendors and partners for products and services that keep the armed forces operating at maximum capacity. They attend seminars and conferences for ongoing education, roundtable discussions and gathering intelligence.
These government personnel purchase products and services such as: military publications, audio/visual equipment, laptops, computers, uniforms, telecommunications equipment, tanks, ships, aircraft, satellite equipment, software, first aid, medical supplies, mobile devices, electronic components, rifles, missiles, guidance systems, night vision, helmets, boots, surveillance systems, cameras, and safety protection.
Ideal users of this list include: Industry publications, R&D facilities, seminar coordinators, technology firms, computer and software manufactures, R&D facilities, event coordinators, medical equipment suppliers, uniform providers, ammunition and weaponry manufacturers, communications providers, continuing education providers, insurance providers, credit card issuers, cybersecurity providers, and regulatory compliance providers.
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