Marine Corps Upgrading Smiths Detection HazMatID

September 2010
TR2: Terror Response Technology Report;9/15/2010, Vol. 6 Issue 19, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports that Smiths Detection's HazMatID360 portable chemical identifier is to be installed by the U.S. Marine Corps to upgrade their fleet of chemical detectors as part of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Assessment and Consequence Management program for chemical agent identification systems.


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