Journal of Commerce--The air cargo industry has a "compressed" window of opportunity to develop measures to counter the threat of terrorism after authorities thwarted a plot by al Qaeda operatives in Yemen to deliver concealed explosives, said Stephen E. Flynn, president of the Center for National Policy.

Flynn, a supply chain security advocate and critic for nearly a decade, warned that if the industry doesn't take steps, Congress is likely to impose measures that are less desirable. Read more!