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Columbia Southern CBRNE Terrorist First Responder Training Discussion

Columbia Southern University

Question Description

300 Words minimum Short Discussion Board question.

The threat and overall possibility of terrorist organizations using some sort of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNE) material in a domestic terrorist incident is on the rise. Discuss your views on the importance of first responder training on a continuous basis using the most up-to-date personal protective equipment (PPE) gear and safety equipment available. Include your opinion on whether or not you believe this training is being effectively conducted at the federal, state, and local levels.

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Running Head: FIRST RESPONDER TRAINING

First Responder Training
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FIRST RESPONDER TRAINING

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First Responder Training
Terrorist attacks are no longer things that people hear on the news. The terrorists have trickled
down to the least expected areas where they attack, bomb and kill innocent people for no apparent
reason. The need to have emergency first help knowledge by situations is on the rise. Terrorist
attacks are no longer s...

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