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Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Study Guide

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This is a Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Study Guide. It can be used to study the information you need to know to prepare to go in front of the SAMC Board.  It has sections covering the Motto, History of the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Biography of Audie Murphy, Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Logo and Lineage, Crest, Citation For Medal of Honor Recipient Audie L. Murphy, Audie Murphy’s Movie Titles, Songs Written By Audie Murphy, Audie Murphy’s Military Award List, Board Advice, Sample Sergeant Audie Read more

React to a Nuclear Hazard or Attack Class/Briefing

This class/briefing reviews how to react to a Nuclear Hazard or Attack. It teaches how to identify types of radiation and actions for an attack without warning, identify the best protective position to lessen the effects of blast, identify radiological contamination markers, and identify actions to remove radiological contamination. Then it teach how to respond to each of the following possible situations that could occur: A brilliant flash of light or a mushroom-shaped cloud is seen. A standard Read more

React to a Nuclear Hazard or Attack Class/Briefing

This class/briefing reviews how to react to a Nuclear Hazard or Attack. It teaches how to identify types of radiation and actions for an attack without warning, identify the best protective position to lessen the effects of blast, identify radiological contamination markers, and identify actions to remove radiological contamination. Then it teach how to respond to each of the following possible situations that could occur: A brilliant flash of light or a mushroom-shaped cloud is seen. A standard Read more

React to a Chemical Biological Hazard Class/Briefing

The class/briefing reviews how to react to a Chemical Biological Hazard. It teaches what to do if a CB weapons have been or may have been used by the enemy and having MOPP gear and assigned decontamination kits are available, and one or more of the following Automatic Masking Criteria occur: A chemical alarm sounds. A positive reading is obtained on detector paper. Individuals exhibit symptoms of CB agent poisoning. You observe a contamination marker. Supervisor tells you to mask. You Read more

React to a Chemical Biological Hazard Written Test to be Given After a Class/Briefing

Written test on the subject of how to react to a Chemical or Biological Hazard or Attack. It is designed to be given after a class/briefing on the subject. NOTE: This document is in MS Word format

React to a Chemical Biological Hazard Class/Briefing

The class/briefing reviews how to react to a Chemical Biological Hazard. It teaches what to do if a CB weapons have been or may have been used by the enemy and having MOPP gear and assigned decontamination kits are available, and one or more of the following Automatic Masking Criteria occur: A chemical alarm sounds. A positive reading is obtained on detector paper. Individuals exhibit symptoms of CB agent poisoning. You observe a contamination marker. Supervisor tells you to mask. You Read more

React to a Chemical Biological Hazard Class/Briefing

The class/briefing reviews how to react to a Chemical Biological Hazard. It teaches what to do if a  CB weapons have been or may have been used by the enemy and having MOPP gear and assigned decontamination kits are available, and one or more of the following Automatic Masking Criteria occur: A chemical alarm sounds. A positive reading is obtained on detector paper. Individuals exhibit symptoms of CB agent poisoning. You observe a contamination marker. Supervisor tells you to mask. You Read more

React to a Chemical Biological Hazard Class/Briefing

The class/briefing teaches how to react to a Chemical Biological Hazard. It teaches student the signs to look for and what should be done whan they identify CB attack indicators: immediately notify your supervisor; within one minute of discovering contamination, decontaminate yourself; after you completely decontaminate yourself, decontaminate individual equipment. It identifies the following Automatic Masking Criteria: A chemical alarm sounds. A positive reading is obtained on detector paper. Individuals Read more

Protect Yourself From Chemical/Biological Contamination Using Your Assigned Protective Mask Class/briefing

The class/briefing reviews how to Protect Yourself From Chemical/Biological Contamination Using Your Assigned Protective Mask. Students will learn with assigned protective mask with hood and carrier, a canteen with an M1 canteen cap, an M291 skin decontamination kit, an M295 decontamination kit, M8 detector paper, and applicable technical manuals. They will learn to don, clear, and check their mask within 9 seconds. Drink water through your protective mask from your canteen without becoming a casualty. NOTES: Read more

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