U.S. Army NBC (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical) surveyors conduct biological warfare sampling in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1967 Duration:4 min 0 sec Sound:Yes
A training film based on biological warfare sampling and chemical warfare detection in the United States. An officer at Disaster Control Headquarters receives clues from U.S. Army NBC (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical) disaster control surveyors. The surveyors in protective clothing head towards a suspect area. A man performs biological tests in a laboratory on samples provided by the monitor of a survey team. The survey team monitor takes air samples in the suspect area. He draws possible agents into a tube containing a nutrient solution. He performs a surface test. He takes samples from a wall and a surface using a swab. The monitor now checks for contamination in water. He uses a water kit to carry out tests and preserves the samples. He collects stones and soil for biological warfare sampling and places everything in a plastic container. He notes down the details in his sample book and marks the suspected area. The team of NBC surveyors advances. Debris in the foreground. A man does laboratory tests for biological warfare agents. A doctor inspects an infected person lying on a bed. Decontamination of the affected area by the surveyors.
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