DEVCOM CBC Helps DoD Ensure Carbon Supply

From DEVCOM CBC

A new qualifying standard for military grade carbon used in gas masks and protective filters has been developed by a partnership of experts in chemical and biological protection, eliminating U.S. reliance on a single source for this critical

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AEC Skyline and Milrem Robotics join forces

Dutch defence company AEC Skyline and Europe’s leading robotics and autonomous systems developer Milrem Robotics signed a Memorandum of Understanding last week to cooperate in the development of unmanned systems.

The MoU that was signed by Stef Have, director of AEC Skyline Holding and

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MRICD develops chemical exposure field diagnostic system

From APG News: 

Drawing from the technology used by diabetics to monitor their glucose levels, Dr. Shane Kasten at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense developed an ultra-portable, easy to use device to provide early warning of suspected exposure to a

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Virtual Summer Workshop on Pandemics and Global Health Security

COVID-19 has exposed just how unprepared governments, corporations, and societies are for a global pandemic. While the SARS-CoV-2 virus is only the most recent threat to global health security, it will certainly not be the last. Threats to global health security continue to evolve due to the

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Railroad inspector charged with falsifying Hazmat reports

A Federal Railroad Administration inspector in Texas has been charged with lying on official documents related to the transportation of hazardous materials.

Tremelle Sykes, 54, was indicted on eight counts of false statements, according to a Friday ...

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DHS awards Noblis $99 million contract to help protect nation from WMD

Noblis, a leading provider of science, technology and strategy services to the federal government, today announced it has received a five-year, $99 million prime contract from the Department of Homeland Security’s Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office (CWMD) to enhance the Nation’s

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Avon Protection Launch New Compact Respiratory Protection Solution

Avon Protection are pleased to announce the launch of the CH15, a revolutionary new, ultra-thin, single size portable escape hood that provides a minimum of 15 minutes of respiratory vision and facial protection against Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear threats.

The last

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Explosion at Covid testing centre appears to be intentional

An explosion outsode of a Covid testing centre in Bovenkarspel, just outide Amsterdam, appears to have been intentionally carried out. 

According to reports the blast occurred at 6.55am before the centre opened and caused no injuries, windows were shattered and the metal remains of

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Hands-On Radiation Training Without Live Sources with Argon

In this case study from Argon, Ken Cochran, Radiological Specialist for the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) explains how the introduction of Argon's simulator-based technology enriched the agency’s hands-on training capability by enhancing the ability for

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Introducing the TacticID Mobile

B&W Tek are excited to introduce the TacticID Mobile, the newest addition to their TacticID family of handheld Raman products for police, first responders and security personnel to rapidly identify unknown samples in the field. This 1064-nm Raman has an ergonomic design with a large

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CBRN SaaS project enters operational phase

EDA’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological Nuclear Surveillance as Service (CBRN SaaS) project entered its operational phase today when representatives of the 12 industry members of the consortium in charge of implementing it met for the first time, albeit only remotely due to the Covid pandemic.

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Bertin tests a new generation of chemical detection systems

Late 2020, Bertin Instruments’ teams went to Brno, in Czech Republic, to visit the accredited test center Vojenský výzkumný ústav (Military Research Institute) in order to evaluate the performances of newly-developed equipment for chemical gas detection.

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State-of-the-art robot seeks out chemical agents

From:Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, Home Office, and Ministry of Defence

Dstl, the science inside UK defence and security, has developed a prototype robot so that humans and machines can now share the burden of detecting and report dangerous chemicals over large

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AVON Protection's FM50 Mask Chosen by the Netherlands

Avon Protection is pleased to announce they have received an order from The Netherlands for FM50 masks and FM61EU filters under the NATO Support & Procurement Agency (NSPA) contract.

The Netherlands joins other NATO Nations and Partners, Norway, Belgium and Finland, in purchasing

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LMI Awarded $78M DHS CBRN Defense Support Contract

LMI will help the Department of Homeland Security's Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office manage chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense efforts under a potential $77.6M contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

The nonprofit company said Nov. 30 it

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Kromek wins new sector-leading global OEM customer

Kromek (AIM: KMK), a worldwide supplier of detection technology focusing on the medical, security screening and nuclear markets, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a development agreement, worth up to $660k, with a US-based, sector-leading industrial OEM with a global customer

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CBRN Fuchs to be upgraded

The British Armey fleet of CBRN Reconnaisance FUCHS vehicles are set to receive another upgrade. 

The contract, worth £16 million, has been awared to Rheinmetall BAE Systems Land (RBSL) to upgrade and sustain both the vehicles and training simulator.

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Andrei Lugovoy to play key role in Nalvany Investigtion

Andrei Lugovoy, one of the men accused of poisonoing Alexander Litvenenko, is apparently to play a major role in the investigation of the poisoning of Alexei Nalvany!

News released across multiple outlets has said that Lugovoy now holds a high position in Moscow’s Security and

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ARGON: The rise of 21st century CBRN training

Argon have released their latest case study, The rise of 21st century CBRN training, in which Chief Warrant Officer 5 Christopher Joy, former Commander of the CBRN Instruction Company Marine Corps Detachment at Fort Leonard Wood, explains how the introduction of Argon Electronics’

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Bitesize Boston 2020 Programme Update

We are pleased to announce new speakers have been added to the CBRNe Convergence 2020 - Bitesize Boston Programme.  

Signing on to join us, and bringing interesting talks to the table, are: 

  • Dr Jason Roos, Deputy JPEO for CBRN Defense
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