Anthrax

The first few minutes after a chemical, biological, or radiological (CBR) terrorist attack are the most critical, and actions can be taken to save lives. The first priority is to avoid or reduce exposure. Every minute lost may cost lives, and it is unlikely that experts will be present immediately to advise. Safety lies not in expensive equipment, but in knowledge of these weapons and the defensive actions that can confer protection.

Survival Handbook for Chemical, Biological and Radiological Terrorism

Anthrax

The Survival Handbook for Chemical, Biological and Radiological Terrorism is comprehensive and easy to digest.

Do you know how to protect yourself during a chemical, biological, or radiological terrorist attack?

What protects and what does not?

How safe is your water supply?

How great is your risk of experiencing an attack?

Can you recognize the signs and signals of chemical, biological, or radiological terrorist attack?

Few people have practical understanding of CBR weapons. There are a plethora of related topics, like Radiological warfare isotopes, Gas masks, Increased terrorism risk of certain locations, Bioterrorism risk evaluation, and Chemical warfare agents. How are these related? How do they affect you? What do you need to know about them? What don't you need to know about them?

Family anti-terrorism safety and other related terms

Biological and chemical agent detectors, Terrorism survival plan, Limiting damage from chemical terrorism, Protective measures for radiological terrorism, Protective measures for radiological terrorism, Pathogens, Radiation hazard, Gas masks, Radiation protection

Get your copy of the Survival Handbook for Chemical, Biological and Radiological Terrorism. Learn what you need to know and learn what is hype.

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