The contents of biological and chemical detection kit used by U.S. Army NBC (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical) survey team.
United States USA Date:1967 Duration:3 min 9 sec Sound:Yes
A training film based on biological warfare sampling and chemical warfare detection in the United States. U.S. Army NBC (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical) disaster control training given to a survey team. The team monitor puts on protective clothing including hood, boots and a gas mask. He carries a radio for communication. Working equipment of the survey team monitor shows a biological sampling kit and chemical detection kit. Contents of the chemical detection kit include test tubes, bags to contain samples, swabs, aspirator bob, sterilized water, nutrient solution and a notebook. Contents of the biological kit includes instruction cards, detection tubes, universal detector papers, plastic container packets, inspection report card and cards to report findings in the field. U.S. Army officers at a wall chart and a desk during an NBC survey. The survey includes the sighting of a low level airplane releasing a chemical gas, a low order explosion on a field and a gas released alongside a road. U.S. soldiers in a jeep come to a stop and talk into a radio. Information reaches an officer at the control center. It is further dispatched to the survey team.
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