Chemical Preparedness – Progress and Pitfalls

Featured in this issue: A U.S. Responder’s View of Israeli Security & Preparedness, By Glen Rudner; “By Far the Greatest Threat to U.S. Civil Aviation”, By Neil C. Livingstone; The PPE & Other Basic Needs of Tactical Officers, By Richard Schoeberl; ICD – Shorthand for a Potentially Ubiquitous Threat, By Joseph Cahill; The Chemical Threat & the State of Chemical Preparedness, Prepared by Major General Stephen V. Reeves USA (Ret.); Responding to CBRNE Attacks: A Quick Primer, By JL Smither; When Catastrophe Is Compounded by Chaos & Confusion, By Theodore Tully; Department of Defense Focuses on IT Innovation, By Thomas Payne; Human IEDs Vs. Full-Body Scanning, By Joseph Trindal; The Need for Situational Awareness in a CBRNE Attack, By Jordan Nelms; Keeping It Simple – And the Need for Pre-Planning, By William Magers; The Security Checkpoints of Tomorrow, By Peter Kant; CIP: Another Role for NIMS+ICS, By Steven Grainer; & Massachusetts, Arizona, North Dakota & Nevada, By Adam McLaughlin



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