Firefighters with the Fort Bragg, N.C., Department of Emergency Services listen as Dean Demark explains how their new Ahura FirstDefender reads liquids. “The Ahura has 10,152 different chemical signatures in its database,” Dean Demark, the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Environmental program manager for Fort Bragg, said. “Each chemical or solid has a unique signature like a finger print.”
|Date Posted:||03.16.2011 14:31|
|Location:||POPE AIR FORCE BASE, NC, US|
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