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They can cover large areas and may be placed on a target as a vapor, liquid, or aerosol. The alarm must be passed swiftly throughout the platoon. If a platoon learns that it is subject to an imminent chemical xr or downwind vapor hazard, each soldier should take the following precautionary measures: Chemical agents can be disseminated by artillery, mortars, rockets, missiles, aircraft spray, bombs, and landmines.
If symptoms do not appear after 10 3550-42, the same soldiers again break their seals, take two or three ra, and clear and reseal their masks. The communication to these units need contain only—. Individual Actions During a Chemical Attack. Alarm for Nuclear Hazard. Blurred vision or trouble focusing. The Bulgarian Archives State Agency provides images, which are public domain.
Information about possible enemy use of nuclear weapons is forwarded to companies and smaller units through the chain of command by the 3500-42 and most secure means. Biological agents are disease-producing germs. Any artillery, mortar, rocket, or aircraft attack with other than HE munitions occur on or near their 530-42. For no obvious reason, soldiers have any of the following symptoms: The mask protects against inhaling chemical agents.
The senior person present follows these procedures: The two types of monitoring techniques are periodic and continuous.
Army Field Manual Their lives depend on it. A feeling of choking or tightness in the chest or throat. Protective Measures in Chemical and Biological Warfare.
An NBC-3 nuclear report is received from higher headquarters. The platoon begins monitoring when—.
Once permission is granted, the rest of the soldiers can safely unmask. The communication to these units need contain only— A proword signaling that the message is a nuclear strike warning. One or two soldiers are selected to hold deep breaths, break the seals of their masks, and keep their eyes wide open for 15 seconds.
Assume MOPP level 2, 3, or 4 depending on the situation. SOPs may require more frequent readings and detailed information when monitoring. Once chemical agents have been employed or while the threat of enemy chemical attack exists, the unit commander decides whether to keep all or only some of the soldiers masked and in chemical-protective clothing.
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These agents may be dispersed as aerosols by generators, explosives, bomblets, missiles, and aircraft. Use the form below to search the site: Procedures Following a Nuclear Detonation. Bulgarian Archives State Agency: The MOPP level directed by the unit commander specifies what equipment to wear and what precautionary measures to use.
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AR 350-42 Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Defense and Chemical Warfare Training
During periodic monitoring, the platoon takes a reading with the IM at least once each hour. Centigray cGy is a unit of absorbed dose of radiation formerly called a rad. Individual Actions After a Chemical Attack.