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Russian invasion: Chernobyl 2:0?

Russian invasion: Chernobyl 2:0?

The Chernobyl nuclear power plant (NPP) - the site of the world’s worst nuclear disaster –was occupied by Russian forces on the first day of their invasion of Ukraine. The Zaporizhzhia NPP – Europe’s largest NPP – was taken on 4 March. The continuing war poses the...

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Securing the saviours

Securing the saviours

Col Ram Athavale reviews hospital preparedness for CBRN incidents An incident involving the accidental or intentional release of CBR material and other high-consequence biological events can lead to many deaths or serious illnesses and injuries. Hospitals would have...

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It’s time for new decon

It’s time for new decon

Kevin Cresswell presents a new method of effective and rapid decontamination. In any military environment, decontamination capability is required to restore the combat effectiveness of equipment and personnel as rapidly as possible. Throughout history, there are many...

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PBAs: expanding detection

PBAs: expanding detection

Proengin introduces a new CBRN protection system to cope with opioids. Opioid threats are rising for civilian and CBRNe specialist teams. Hazmat, firefighter, EMS and law enforcement teams playing a crucial role on the front line are facing an increase of potential...

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Stay SAFE

Stay SAFE

Interview: David Oliver speaks to Andrea D’Angelo, President of SAFE. CBNW:  Can you provide a history of SAFE and how it became involved countering CBRN risks? AD: SAFE (Security and Freedom for Europe) is a not-for-profit Foundation aiming at promoting high-impact...

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COVID-19: He who hesitates is lost

COVID-19: He who hesitates is lost

Col (Ret) Zygmunt F. Dembek reviews Covid-19 vaccination hesitancy and progress in the US military. In Risk: A User’s Guide by Stanley McChrystal, the retired US Army general outlines the global failures in combating Covid-19 and apportions considerable blame on US...

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Equipping the responders

Equipping the responders

Hazmat Focus: John Zour asks if operations-trained responders are underequipped and underutilised. Incidents involving hazardous (hazmat) and CBR materials come in all shapes and sizes. First responders worldwide are responding to acid attacks, lithium-ion battery...

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Covid-19: vital military support

Covid-19: vital military support

David Oliver describes how armed forces in several countries have given invaluable assistance to civil authorities during the pandemic For the past two years of the Covid-19 pandemic, military forces in Europe, Russia, and the Far East have been supporting civil...

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Russian invasion: Chernobyl 2:0?

Russian invasion: Chernobyl 2:0?

The Chernobyl nuclear power plant (NPP) - the site of the world’s worst nuclear disaster –was occupied by Russian forces on the first day of their invasion of Ukraine. The Zaporizhzhia NPP – Europe’s largest NPP – was taken on 4 March. The continuing war poses the...

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