June 2004
Fire Chief;Jun2004, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p99
Trade Publication
Presents a guide on the programs comprising the federal weapons of mass destruction response assets in the U.S. Breakdown of federal budget on the program in every state; Fire grant funding per capita for the fiscal year 2003; Lists of institutionalized programs combating weapons of mass destruction.


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