New NBC-Reconnaissance Technologies Against Future Threats

November 2004
Military Technology;Nov2004, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p97
The article focuses on new nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) warfare agents reconnaissance technologies against future threats. Terrorism is a growing threat to populations, forces and territory, as well as to international security. Therefore, the ability to reliably and quickly detect the covert release of NBC warfare agents and other toxic substances even under difficult conditions has become increasingly important in recent years and will gain further importance in the future. Rheinmetall Landsysteme GmbH offers to North Atlantic Treaty Organization partners a broad range of products related to NBC defense tasks


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