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What does JSLIST stand for?
Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology
What does MOPP stand for?
Mission Oriented Protective Posture
What are the proper masking procedures?
1) stop breathing
2) close eyes
3) don mask
4) clear mask
5) check seal
6) sound the alarm
7) continue mission
What does CBRN stand for?
Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear
What are the NBC hazard classifications?
Immediate and residual
What will replace the nerve agent antidote kit?
The antidote treatment, nerve agent auto-injector
What are the types of alarms or signals for NBC contamination?
Audible alarms, automatic alarms, visual signals
What FM covers NBC operations?
What FM covers NBC protection?
What FM covers NBC decontamination?
What FM is the NBC Handbook?
What forms do chemical agents come in?
Vapors, solids, liquids, and gases
What are the three types of procedures for MOPP gear exchange?
Buddy team, triple buddy, and individual
What are the three fundamentals of NBC defense?
Avoid contamination, protection, and decontamination
What two types of gases will a pro mask not defend against?
Ammonia vapors and carbon monoxide
What does ACADA stand for?
Automatic chemical agent detection alarm
What are the three levels of decontamination?
Immediate, operational, and thorough
What are the dimensions of an NBC marker?
11 and 1/2 on top, and 8 inches on either side
When crossing a contaminated area, what are two things you should avoid doing?
1) stirring up dust
2) touching anything
How should you cross an area suspected of contamination?
Quickly, avoiding depressions and vegetation
An NBC-1 report should be used for what?
Initial detection of NBC weapons usage by the enemy
What is the FM for nuclear contamination avoidance?
What is the FM for CBRN contamination avoidance?
What are the four types of micro-organisms found in biological agents?
Bacteria, fungi, viruses, and rickettsiae
How may chemical agents be deployed?
1) arterial spray
2) artillery bombs
What are the chemical agent classifications?
Persistent, non-persistent, and dusty
What are the four types of chemical agents?
Nerve, blister, blood, and choking
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ADP 3-05 / ADRP 3-05 Special Operations
ADP 3-07 / ADRP 3-07 Stability
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