Description - U.S. Armed Forces Nuclear, Biological And Chemical Survival Manual by Captain (Retd.) Dick Couch
An essential guide to the best and most practical survival information available from the American Armed Forces, edited for civilian use by the same packager who brought us The US Armed Forces Survival Manual that sold over 600,000 copies in the 1980s. . Experts agree that the next terrorist attack on our soil will not come in the same form as September 11. The possibility of nuclear, chemical or biological attack is increasingly likely. The US Armed Forces Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Counter-Terrorism Handbook will enable its readers to survive such an attack. It contains the best practices of the United States' military, completely edited and adapted for civilian use. For example, readers will learn how to:Gain knowledge of an impending chemical attack using a simple warning system; Protect against biological threats such as anthrax with a series of inoculations; Guard against fallout from a terrorist nuke; Achieve basic protection during chemical or biological attacks with a simple mask; and Administer first aid after nuclear, chemical or biological attacks with a simple first aid kit. It's all here.
This handbook is the single most effective tool for civilians to protect themselves and their loved ones against the threat looming over our homeland.
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(208mm x 140mm x 17mm)
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Author Biography - Captain (Retd.) Dick Couch
John Boswell is one of America's most successful literary agents and book packagers. He has also authored and co-authored 13 books on subjects from cooking to art history. He lives in New York.Captain George Galdorisi (consultant) recently completed a career as an active duty naval officer. His training and experience have been focused on chemical, biological and radiological attacks. Today he is a Senior Advisor at a large Navy lab in San Diego and is frequently called upon to confer with the Pentagon leadership on chemical and biological matters. He has written fiction, non-fiction, monthly columns and countless articles. He lives in San Diego.