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"NBC environment" includes?

A deliberate or accidental employment or threat of NBC weapons attack with other CBR materials, including toxic industrial materials.

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What is chemical warfare?

The employment of chemical agents that are intended for use in military operations to kill, seriously injure, or incapacitate personnel due to their physiological effect.

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Types of chemical agents?

Nerve agents
Blister agents
Blood agents
Choking agents

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Liquid casualty agents that disrupt nerve impulses to the body while damaging body functions rather than tissue.

Nerve agents

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Gaseous casualty agents that attack the enzymes carrying oxygen in the blood stream. Rapid breathing or choking may occur due to lack of oxygen in the blood.

Blood agents

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Gaseous or liquid casualty agents with initial symptoms that include; tears, dry throat, nausea, vomiting, and headache. The lungs can become filled with fluid, making the victim feel as if they are drowning.

Choking agents

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Liquid or solid casualty agents that can cause inflammation, blisters, and general destruction of tissues which often results in temporary blindness and/ or death?

Blister agents

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This detects the presence of liquid chemical agents by turning a red or reddish color, it does not detect chemical agent vapors?

M9 chemical agent detector paper

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Used as a specific therapy for nerve agent casualties, they are intramuscular injection, self-aid or first aid?

Atropine/2-PAM-chloride auto injector

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Biological warfare?

The use of agents to cause disease, sickness, or death to reduce the effectiveness of opposing combatant forces.

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What is the basic division of biological agents between?

Pathogens and toxins

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Pathogens that could be used as biological agents include?

Bacteria, rickettsia, viruses, fungi, Protozoa, and prions.

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Primary way to limit the chemical and biological warfare impact?

Training and awareness

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The most important decision in the risk management of chemical agent environments?

The decision to employ IPE

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IPE for chemical/biological agent environments consist of?

Protective mask MCU-2P with components (c-2 canister)
Advanced chemical protective garment (acpg)
Chemical protective gloves and liners
Chemical protective over boots and laces
Skin decontamination kit

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What is not considered IPE but is provided to complement the individual protection capability?

Medical self-treatment supplies

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Phased employment of IPE is specified by what?

Increasingly stringent levels of MOPP

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The deliberate use of radiological weapons to produce widespread injury and death of all life?

Radiological warfare

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Occurs at altitudes in excess of 100,000 feet, with ionosphere disruptions and EMP?

High altitude air burst

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The vacuum created collects debris caused by the severe blast damage resulting in radiation fallout?

Air burst where the fireball does not reach the surface

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Similar to the shallow underwater burst but with less visual effect and yields greater contaminated water?

Deep underwater burst

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Has the WORST fallout due to fireball touching the surface which results in massive radioactive fallout?

Surface burst

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Has a small fireball and blast wave however, it causes large waves and water contamination?

Shallow underwater burst

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Shipboard shielding stations are categorized as?

Ready or deep-shelter stations

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Stations made just inside the weather envelope, with access to deep shelter?

Ready-shelter stations

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Are low in the ship and near the centerline?

Deep-shelter stations

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Provide maximum shielding from nuclear radiation, often requiring personnel to be far removed from battle stations?

Deep-shelter stations

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Provide minimum shielding from nuclear radiation and allow crew to remain close to battle stations?

Ready-shelter stations

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A non-self reading high range casualty dosimeter, which has to be placed in a special radiac computer-indicator to determine the total amount of Hama radiation to which the wearer is exposed in the 0-600 roentgens?

DT-60 dosimeter

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A management tool used to coordinate the use of systems and equipment in chemical or biological environments?

MOPP (Mission Oriented Protective Posture)