Press Release: FLIR

FLIR’s Fido® X3 passes the enhanced ASTM trace explosive detection standard with flying colours

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Conference still goes ahead

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Conference still going ahead despite Hurricane Sandy. There is disruption to flights into Norfolk, we’d suggest avoiding Newark and NYC as hubs and aiming for Dulles or Charlotte. Driving from DC if you are coming in to the hub is wet, but we drove the route last night and it was...

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CBRNe World become media partner for SISPAT 2012.

CBRNe World is proud to announce that they have become the official media partner for Singapore's dedicated CBRN event. \"We have worked closely with SISPAT for the past few editions,\" said Gwyn Winfield, Editor of CBRNe World, \"so it made sense to partner with Singapore Technologies...

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Les mots injustes

Praise is prone to falling wide of its mark, and jokes are prone to fail... Just ask Laurent Ruquier.

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Masking a good cause

\"cbrnBe a hit at your Halloween party with the CBRNe World 'Rio’ CBRN masks! The 31st of October, at CBRNe Convergence, (...

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20th SUPCOM commander earns second star

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(Left) Gen. David M. Rodriguez, commander, U.S. Army Forces Command, administers the oath to newly promoted Maj. Gen. Leslie C. Smith, commander, 20th Support Command (CBRNE), during a...

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Joint Publication 3-41 Review

\"us A summary, by Robert Walk of the latest offering from the American Joint Staff: Joint Publication 3-41 Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Consequence

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New issue of CBRNe world available

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The new artifcle and news packed issue is available online (free registration required) with reviews of Australian, UK and Korean CBRN spending and programmes, Analysis...

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UK CBRN call for proposals

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This month's issue of CBRNe World contains an article from the UK Centre for Defence Enterprise on calls for proposals for hazard management. Further details in the main article.

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CBRNe World Charity Auction

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An auction of carnival masks, designed for the CBRNe South America conference this year will take place on 31st October at CBRNe Convergence in Norfolk, VA. Bids will be taken on...

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Mopping up the spillage

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Roughly 3,500 tonnes of ammonium nitrate go missing each year in India, and the level of supply is reaching record highs in Afghanistan. Are these facts connected?

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Optimetrics acquired by DCS Corps

\"\"Optimetrics, the well known CBRNE software company has been acquired by DCS Corp a high technology engineering company whose CBRN portfolio is heavily increased by the addition.

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Leaking chemical weapon amongst the clams

Milford, Delaware: Workers at a Clam processing plant, Sea Watch International, started their day with a severe shock when leaking chemical munitions were found on the assembly line. 6 people required medical treatment and 2 military assessment teams from teh US Army 20th Support Command are

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Call for papers for CBRNe Convergence 2012

The Fifth Annual CBRNe Convergence conference will be held in 2012, 30th October – 2 November at the Waterside Marriott, Norfolk, Virginia. 2010’s CBRNe Convergence was the largest CBRNE responder’s conference in the US that year, bringing together 650 delegates with 75 exhibitors and

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No Sh*t Sherlock!

Andrew Johnston is pleased to see that the level of political understanding of CBRN incidents remains worryingly low…

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GuardION angels

\"\"Smiths announce a new entry to the field GC-MS market with their Guardion product. Citing smaller size and weight than competitors its an interesting challenge to the

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Ring of light

Out of the various new items of kit that caught the editors eye in CBRNe Convergence was a little number from Force1 Decon. Force1 have previously been known for their rapid-erect personal decon stations, which were quite natty, and now they have come up with a lightweight mask mounted LED

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