Preparing for CBRN Attacks

Oppenheimer, Andy
November 2010
Military Technology;2010, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p37
The article reports on the changes of the equipments used by the military or primary responders in case of CBRN attacks in the U.S. It mentions that several CBRN threats which include the use of chemical weapons, explosives and non-conventional weapons have contributed to the increasing demands for the CBRN defense industry's equipments. It also notes the development of such equipments during the Cold War.


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