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This ringbound book presents a reproduction of an important U.S. Army Correspondence Course reference, CBRN Contamination Avoidance, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear - FM 3-11.3 Multiservice Manual, Multiservice Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Contamination Avoidance, February 2006. Contents include: Multiservice Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Contamination Avoidance - Chapter I - Introduction Chapter I introduces new emerging terms and the joint structure of CBRN defense. The terms are outlined in the Joint Requirements Office (JRO) concept for CBRN defense. This chapter also provides information on the overall structure for how CBRN contamination avoidance operations are managed, controlled, and executed. This chapter stresses the importance of preparedness and addresses key education and training considerations for CBRN contamination avoidance. Chapter II - Developing the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Common Operational Picture - Chapter II provides the functions of the CBRN common operational picture (COP). It also describes CBRN information management (IM) processes, activities, and capabilities. The chapter provides CBRN information flow strategy and COP management procedures. Chapter III - Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Warning and Reporting System - Chapter III provides an overview of the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Warning and Reporting System (CBRNWRS); organizations; and responsibilities. It also describes how the CBRNWRS provides and integrates IM, decision support tools (DST), and reach-back capabilities. The best defense against CBRN weapons is using the fundamental principles of contamination avoidance. Avoid the hazard by deterring or preventing it from being released in the first place; or know exactly where, what, and how much CBRN hazard is present in the area of operations (AO) and do not enter that area unless it is vital to mission success. Successful contamination avoidance prevents disruption to operations and organizations by minimizing unnecessary time in cumbersome protective postures and by minimizing decontamination requirements. Successful avoidance may be achieved by bypassing contamination or calculating the best time to cross contaminated areas using the procedures described in this manual. Avoiding contamination requires the ability to recognize the presence or absence of CBRN hazards in the air; on water, land, personnel, equipment, and facilities; and at short and long ranges. Surveillance and detection capabilities enable forces to recognize CBRN hazards. The fusion of these capabilities with information from other sources yields an overall COP, supporting decisions for specific avoidance, protection, and decontamination actions. These surveillance and detection results also establish requirements for other avoidance measures, such as sounding alarms, marking hazards, and warning forces. To support commanders' decisions on contamination avoidance implementation measures are executed to avoid or limit exposure, such as increasing the use of shelters during CBRN employment windows and providing key information for movement before, during, and after CBRN attacks. Sense, Shape, Shield, and Sustain - BRN defense has four operational elements that serve as key capability categories. The elements interrelate to varying extents, with shape having the most influence on the other operational elements. Sense. Sense is the capability to continually provide updated and accurate information about the CBRN situation at a specific time and place. Contamination avoidance implements this element by detecting, identifying, and quantifying those CBRN hazards in all physical states (solid, liquid, gas) with sensors, arrays, and
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Book Description Progressive Management, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1422018180
Book Description Progressive Management, 2008. Ring-bound. Condition: Brand New. 427 pages. 11.30x11.10x2.10 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1422018180