Decontamination of a U.S. ship and measures taken by navy personnel to resist biological warfare attack in the United States.
United States USA Date:1953 Duration:3 min 24 sec Sound:Yes
A training film based on biological warfare defense aboard a U.S. ship in the United States. Biological immunization shots given to U.S. Navy personnel aboard the ship. Men in protective clothing swab the deck of the ship. A ship equipped with a water curtain shows high pressure nozzles flooding the deck of the ship with water. Gun crews vacate the contaminated area aboard the ship. A sign reads 'Danger Contaminated Area'. The men swab the deck of the ship. A man in protective clothing performs a swab test. The decontamination crew swabs the deck while the men from the contaminated area move to their assigned personnel decontamination stations aboard the ship. The personnel take off their clothing in a first aid room. They put the contaminated cloths in a container. The men take shower. They put on clothes in a dressing area. They wash their hands with soap and put on gas masks. Navy doctors treat the affected personnel. Gun crews aboard the ship.
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