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The senior person present follows these procedures:. Once permission is granted, the rest of the soldiers can safely unmask. Biological agents are disease-producing germs.

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They should all remain alert for the appearance of any chemical symptoms. The mask-only command may be given if no liquid hazard or mustard agent 3350-42 is present.

Chemical agents are used to cause casualties, degrade performance, slow maneuver, restrict terrain, and disrupt support. As soon as a soldier using a monitoring device detects a nuclear hazard, he should warn others. Soldiers should eat and drink only from approved sources.

Check radios for proper operations and reestablish communications if required. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. See Aktuelle Rechtslage in Deutschlandlast paragraph. Start continuous monitoring with radiacmeters. It is given by leaders company commander or platoon leader after prescribed unmasking procedures have been completed.


If the work is anonymous or pseudonymous e. Regardless 3504-2 how these weapons are used, the platoon must be able to survive to be 530-42 to continue its combat mission.

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AR 350-42 Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Defense and Chemical Warfare Training

They are observed for chemical-agent symptoms for 10 minutes in a shady area. The M chemical-agent detector kit is used to test for the presence of chemical agents.

Radiological monitoring is the detection presence and intensity of residual radiation by the use of radiacmeters. Views View Edit History. Characteristics of Biological Agents. Individual Actions After a Chemical Attack. Soldiers must know exactly what to do and 35-042 to do it without hesitation.

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Individual Actions Before a Chemical Attack. SOPs may require more frequent readings and detailed information when monitoring.

Any artillery, mortar, rocket, or aircraft attack with other than HE munitions occur on or near their position. For a work 3350-42 available to the public in the United Kingdom, please use Template: Always mention where the image comes from, as far as possible, and make sure the author never claimed authorship.


Protective Measures in Chemical and Biological Warfare. Reestablish the chain of command and communication. The alarm must be passed swiftly throughout the platoon.

The mask protects against inhaling chemical agents. Be prepared to move from the location on order. Monitoring is essential down to squad level to prevent overexposure to radiation. If a platoon learns that it is subject to an imminent chemical attack or downwind vapor hazard, each soldier should take the following precautionary measures:. The best local defense against biological warfare is strict enforcement of all preventive medicine prescribed immunizations and field sanitation measures plus high standards of personal hygiene.

Soldiers must immediately stop breathing, mask, and give vocal or visual signals when chemical agent symptoms are displayed or when the M8A1 alarm sounds. An attack can occur without warning.

Characteristics of Chemical Agents. Assume MOPP level 2, 3, or 4 depending on the situation. If symptoms do not appear after 10 minutes, the same soldiers again break their seals, take two or three breaths, and clear and reseal their masks.

The IM or DT dosimeters are the instruments used to measure total dose radiation received by soldiers.