Vials of chemicals were identified by the new Ahura FirstDefender, at Pope Army Airfield, N.C., March 14. The Ahura enables first responders to quickly identify hazardous chemicals, pharmaceuticals and narcotics. “This machine captures specific signatures for solids and liquids,” Dean DeMark, the chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and environmental program manager for Fort Bragg, N.C., said.
|Date Posted:||03.16.2011 14:31|
|Location:||POPE AIR FORCE BASE, NC, US|
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