Chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) weapons in the hands of a terrorist or a rogue state is one of the greatest threats to the security of the United States. These weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) can cause catastrophic loss of life and innumerable injuries and challenge the US health system beyond its capacity to provide care.
Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this unique book examines the nation's posture toward biodefense in an increasingly complex national security environment.
Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this handbook was commissioned by the Military Vaccine (MILVAX) Agency, a component of the Army Surgeon General's Office that supports all five Armed Services in optimizing the use of military immunizations to keep troops healthy.
This is a reproduction of an important NBD/WMD/CBRN terrorism document, Biological Incident Operations: A Guide for Law Enforcement, produced by the Homeland Defense Business Unit of the Edgewood Chemical Biological Center of the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command.
One for the Road: How to Be a Music Tour Manager is the first and only book on music tour management.
Written with an acerbic wit and brutal honesty, Mark Workman pulls no punches in telling you what it’s really like to tour the world as a roadie with a famous music group.
Spores, Plagues and History: The Story of Anthrax traces the history of anthrax epidemics and bioterrorism from the time of Moses to Saddam Hussein.
It has been favorably reviewed in the Lancet, The Journal of Emergency Medicine, The Bulletin of the History of Medicine and the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin.