CBR Mass Casualty/Patient Decontamination RFI

The U.S. Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity (USAMSSA), in conjunction with the Joint Requirements Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense (JRO-CBRND), is seeking information on products, technologies, and approaches that support the mass casualty/patient...

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The psychology of the fake explosive detection racket

Following on from Jim McCormick's prosecution this week in the UK questions still remain unanswered. They start with how is could take so many years before such an obvious fake was caught. More bruising though is the way in which agencies that should have known better behaved

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SPIE call for papers

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As part of a special section to be published later this year, Optical Engineering is accepting original applications of papers related to CBRE sensing optical...

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CBRN in Syria risks profiteering and incompetence

Syria is an interesting beast for the CBRN community. It one of the most present threats of CBRN use in the news media - and in the midst of this strife, like all wars, there is the danger of profiteering and incompetence.

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News Release

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Government Of Canada invests in improved chemical detector training for the...

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Press Release: FLIR

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

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Using mustard to detect nerve?

In the tricky world of challenge inspections (Ed: not that we have ever had one yet) or accusations of the use of chemical weapons (Ed: Now those we have lots of!) one thorny issue has plagued many planners. What do you do if the agent has dissiminated or broken down before you get there with a

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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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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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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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