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Biological agents can carry up to ________nm down wind?
Name four (4) methods of dissemination?
- aircraft sprayers
- covert ops
what type of agent cant not use Communicability and Vectors?
what are two (2) types of toxins? Are they persistent, non-persistent or semi-persistent and how far can they travel?
- they are persistent
- can carry up to 150 NM
JBPDS can detect how many bio agents in 15 minutes?
The Dry Filter Unit (DFU) will show how many lines when tested positive for biological agents?
what does JBPDS stand for?
Joint Biological Point Defense System
What does DFU stand for?
Dry Filter Unit
As Damage Control Assistant (DCA) which chemical agents are you concerned about?
Casualty Causing Agents
What are chemical casualty causing agents?
If a chemical agent is a skin hazard than it is?
what series of Chemical agent is more volatile, G or V series?
name two (2) series of chemical agents?
Which is more deadly, G or V series agents?
Are V series agents Persistent, Semi-persistent or non-persistent?
Are G series agents Persistent, non-persistent or semi-persistent?
what Decontamination kits are available to test for Blister agents?
- Reactive Skin Decontamination Lotion (RSDL)
Name four (4) types of Blister agents?
- H series
What post exposure medicinals are available for nerve agents?
- II pam chloride
- Diazepam (Doctor will have)
what pre-exposure medicinals are available for nerve agents?
How many tablets are in a PB blister pack? How often do you take them?
- one every eight (8) hours
What do Blood agents do to protective equipment canister?
Degrades the canister
What are two (2) things that degrade a canister?
If an agent is in Gaseous form is it persistent?
If an agent is Liquid form is it persistent?
Persistency is designated by how many hours?
Greater (>)24 hours
non-persistency is designated by how many hours?
Less (<)24 hours
why are Toxins said to have an advantage over chemical agents?
- lessor payload
- use less kill more
- greater down wind range 150 vs 35 NM
- little to no remedies
List three (3) detection classification identifiers
What type of detection classification is the Improved Point Detection System (IPDS)?
What does IPDS detect?
G and H Nerve and Blister agents
What type of detection classification identifier is M-9 Paper?
Does M-9 paper tell what you have been contaminated with?
What type of detection classification identifier is M-8 Paper?
Does M-8 paper tell what you have been contaminated with?
Yes, by color code
What type of detection classification identifier is M256-A1?
What can be used to find Choking agents?
How many days can a C2 filter last in uncontaminated environment?
How many days can a C2 filter last in a contaminated environment?
When in MOPP level Four (4) who has to authorize the removal of mask?
What does JSLIST stand for and what is it?
- Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology.
- It is a MOPP suit.
How long does the JSLIST suit protect for when opened and worn in an uncontaminated environment?
45 of 120 days
How long can the JSLIST suit be worn in a contaminated environment?
How many times can the JSLIST suit be washed?
What type of aid do you use for mild symptoms?
What type of aid is used for severe symptoms?
How do you remove liquid contaminates?
How many members will you have for survey and monitoring? And who are they?
- Four (4)
- Team leader
- 2 surveyors
How many members will you have on a Decontamination team? And who are they?
- 7-11 members / team
- Team Leader
- 2-4 hoseman / team
- 4-6 scrubbers / team
- can be augmented with surveyors after monitoring is complete
What are the levels of completion? And which one can not be set by ships force?
- Limited operational
- operational complete
- chemically complete
Chemically Complete cannot be set by ships force, only by Naval Shipyard
At what level can you decrease MOPP level?
What are four (4) external methods of decontamination?
- Counter Measure Water-wash Down (CMWD)
- Chemical neutralization
- Fire hose flush
what is the preferred decontamination chemical
How many members on a personnel decontamination team?
- 4-5 members
- 1-2 cutters
- Team leader
- Station Monitor
- Medical Representative
Who is in charge of triage?
What material condition is set for MOPP level four (4)?
Circle William (CW)
What method do we use to purge the ship?
- Rule of six (6)
- six (6) interchanges equals 99% effectiveness
What is MOPP level zero (0)
sizing and issuance of CBR and individual protective equipment with the exception of mask.
What is MOPP level one (1)
Suspected threat, verify CBR teams are identified. Conduct training
What is MOPP level two (2)?
- Possible threat, issue mask and carrier wear on members person.
- operationally test (CMWD) and alarms
What is MOPP level 3?
- Probable threat
- install new filter canister in mask
- Don JSLIST
- set GQ
- set material condition Zebra (z)
- Activate (CMWD) intermittently
What is MOPP level four (4)
- imminent attack or in progress
- sound chemical alarm
- don mask and gloves
- implement drinking water regiment
- set circle william
- initiate continuous monitoring
- activate continuous (CMWD)
Will the IPDS set off chemical alarm once agent is detected?
Will JBPDS set off the chemical alarm once an agent is detected?
What are four (4) infectious biological agents?
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