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PROTECTION FROM MASS-DESTRUCTION WEAPONS
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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Information on mass-destruction weapons, skilled experience in dealing with their use by the enemy, and protection from them is acquired in all combat training and primarily during studies on the subject of mass-destruction weapons and protection from them. This subject is now considered one of the most important for all types of forces and includes such themes as basic nuclear physics nuclear, chemical and bacteriological weapons of the enemy individual means of protection, first aid practices while under attack equipment for decontamination and disinfection partial and total special preparation. Successful mastery of this material is possible only if study is carried out not only by officer-chemists but also by unit and subunit commanders and staff officers.
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