The National Counterterrorism Center has released its 2009 calendar, a 164-page daily planner that features profiles of some of the world's most wanted men and deadliest substances.

The calendar, which is free to the public was first published in a daily planner format in 2003 and distributed widely to national security staff, provides pictures of terrorist leaders and important dates in the history of terrorist movements.

It even offers advice on how far away to run from bombs of different sizes.

Visit for the 2009 Counterterrorism calendar.