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Friday, October 21, 2005

October 2005

VOLUME IV ISSUE 6
Content

Technically Speaking

Let's Take a PEEK at PEAC-WMD v.5

Customer Service Corner

Just What the Doctor Ordered

Wonderful Wyoming

Seriously Speaking

Something to Think About
 

Archive
September 2005
September 18, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 5
August 2005
August 16, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 4
July 2005
July 18, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 3
June 2005
June 16, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 2
May 2005
May 2, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 1
April 2005
April 18, 2005
Vol. III Issue 13
March 2005
March 15, 2005
Vol. III Issue 12
February 2005
February 3, 2005
Vol. III Issue 11
January 2005
January 6, 2005
Vol. III Issue 10
Special Edition: FY05 DHS Grant Programs
January 6, 2005
Vol. III Issue 9
December 2004
December 15, 2004
Vol. III Issue 8
November 2004
November 15, 2004
Vol. III Issue 7
October 2004
October 13, 2004
Vol. III Issue 6
September 2004
September 9, 2004
Vol. 111 Issue 5
August 2004
August 30, 2004
Vol. III Issue 4
July 2004
July 21, 2004
Vol. III Issue 3
June 2004
June 23, 2004
Vol. III Issue 2
May 2004
May 18, 2004
Vol. III Issue 1
April 2004
April 20, 2004
Vol. 2 Issue 12
March 2004
March 16, 2004
Vol. 2 Issue 11
February 2004
February 17, 2004
Vol. 2 Issue 10

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Technically Speaking
Figuring Out Information on Chemicals Can be Frustrating
       by Dr. John Nordin


We have all run into the problem of researching information on chemicals. Do we have the right chemical? Is Phenylenediamine the same as n-Phenylenediamine? Is Isopropyl methylphosphoniofluoridate another name for Sarin? Is Mercury chloride the same as mercuric chloride? What is the difference between 5 ppm chlorine and 5 mg/m3 chlorine? If an organic chemical has a vapor pressure of 30 torr, what does this mean?
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Let's Take a PEEK at PEAC-WMD v.5

NBC Indicator Matrix in the PEAC-WMD Application
       by Bruce King

This month we'll visit the NBC Indicator Matrix feature and how it is implemented in the PEAC-WMD application.  The original guide was developed by the US Department of Defense (DOD) that assesses the observed symptoms of a large number of victims to provide guidance as to the type of possible weapon of mass destruction (WMD) agent to which they have been exposed. The tool may or may not be useful in a real scenario and it is certainly not a substitute for appropriate sensor or detector systems or laboratory analysis  ...
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Customer Service Corner
Check Out Our NEW Newsletter!
       by Aaron Bretones

Our newsletter is changing. Starting this month, we are hosting and processing the newsletter ourselves, and no longer using a third-party newsletter service. Our newsletter, The First-Responder, will continue to have the same name, the same articles, and come to you at about the same time each month. There are a few small but important changes to note.
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Just What the Doctor Ordered
 
More great humor to get you through the month.
[FULL STORY]


Wonderful Wyoming
  
Learn about the Home of AristaTek! 
[FULL STORY]


Seriously Speaking 
What You Didn't Know About The Tomb of The Unknown Soldier [FULL STORY] 


Something to Think About 
Fun and Interesting Facts!
[FULL STORY]

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