Definition of design basis threat

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design basis threat

'design basis threat' is an military term meaning '(DOD) The threat against which an asset must be protected and upon which the protective system's design is based. It is the baseline type and size of threat that buildings or other structures are designed to withstand. The design basis threat includes the tactics aggressors will use against the asset and the tools, weapons, and explosives employed in these tactics. Also called DBT'.

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