Not IF, But WHEN


CBRNE Problems

 UK soldiers to get anthrax jabs under North Korea threat | Daily Mail Online

Chlorine gas symptoms seen after blast in Ghouta |

Chemical weapons watchdog investigates Ghouta attacks – sources

What A Nuclear Missile Attack On Hawaii Would Look Like – Defense One

Biological weapons and bioterrorism: Past, present, and future

Threat assessment:  Potemkin Putin versus the US Nuclear Posture Review | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

RSOE EDIS – CBRNE event in Syria on March 06 2018 08:46 AM – Chlorine Gas

Scientists Know How You’ll Respond to Nuclear War—and They Have a Plan | WIRED

Complex and dangerous, nerve agents are rarely used for assassinations

A Decision Makers Guide: Medical Planning and Response for a Nuclear Detenation

ISIS and bioterrorism: Tularemia planned use in Turkey’s water – Outbreak News Today

The Patterns in Global Terrorism: 1970–2016 – Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) – Medium  

The Big Wobble: Radioactive Californium used in nuclear warheads at market value of $5.8 billion seized by Turkish Police thought to have been smuggled from Russia

Weaponised smallpox virus could infect thousands in major cities

Chemical Hazards Emergency Medical Management – CHEMM

US plant that destroys chemical weapons knee-deep in troubles

SOCOM’s new mission is countering WMD threats – We Are The Mighty


Soldiers of 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne) and the Republic of Korea 11th Special Forces Brigade, secure a person of interest during training near Gwangyang, South Korea. (Photo by SFC Andrew Kosterman)

Syrians families ‘gassed to death’ in Douma |

Russian envoy to Lebanon: Any U.S. missiles fired at Syria will be shot down

UAWire – Analyst: Chemical attack in Ghouta one of many as most go unnoticed by the world

Long, long time ago, I can still remember – CBRNe World

Tactical Nuclear Weapons Are Back | U.S. Naval Institute


Assad Has Learned That Chemical Attacks Are a Tactic That Works | Chatham House


Rep. Cole advocates sustained funding for biodefense and emergency health response – Homeland Preparedness News

The New Killer Pathogens: Countering the Coming Bioweapons Threat – Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

HHS purchases anthrax antitoxin for Strategic National Stockpile |

What went wrong with US plutonium disposition | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Alliance for Biosecurity testifies before House subcommittee on need for long-term funding to counter biological threats – Homeland Preparedness News

The slow death of nonproliferation norms | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

French police foil ricin terror plot and arrest Egyptian brothers – Egypt Independent


Marines, first responders conduct hazmat exercise – Homeland Preparedness News


US employee in China reports ‘abnormal’ sound sensations – CNN

Another nuclear crisis in the making? Great power competition and the risk of war in South Asia | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

US Diplomats In China Suffering Brain Injuries Like Cuba ‘Sonic Attacks’

Islamic extremist ricin attack in Germany has been foiled: prosecutors | Fox News


Prosecutors said the suspect began procuring materials to create ricin in mid-May.  (AP)

A Top Bioterror Danger: Making Existing Bacteria And Viruses More Virulent : Shots – Health News : NPR


Modern tools of biology could allow someone to recreate a dangerous virus, such as smallpox, from scratch.
Dr. Hans Gelderblom/Visuals Unlimited/Getty Images

Playing politics with chemical weapons? The UK’s initiative on chemical weapons accountability. | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists


The Biological Weapons Convention and its practical application – OIE Bulletin

PANORAMA – New tools to confront future biothreats – The Bulletin

England: Major incident declared in Amesbury after two people found unconscious – Outbreak News Today

Possible Tuberculosis Exposure Causes Hazmat Situation At Johns Hopkins « CBS Baltimore

RSOE EDIS – CBRNE event in Mexico City, Capital City, Mexico on July 10 2018 03:29 AM – Theft of Iridium
     RSOE EDIS – Situation update No. 2. CBRNE event in Mexico on July 18 2018 03:51 PM

Truck Hauling Radioactive Dirt Catches Fire – YouTube

RSOE EDIS – Environment Pollution event in [Maseskar Island coastal area], Vastra Gotaland , Sweden on July 13 2018 03:57 AM

[This information absolute not confirmed. The original source russian owned media. EDIS] Traces of a chemical warfare agent were found in shrimp caught near the Swedish island of Maseskar, where 28 ships with chemical and other weapons were sunk by the allies after World War II, the Swedish National Water Agency said. The agency urged a complete fishing ban in the area surrounding the island, which is located in the Skagerrak straits linking the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. The substance, identified as diphenylchlorarsine, is likely leaking into the water from decaying bombs aboard the sunken ships, the agency said. Swedish scientists are now warning that traces of the poisonous substance may also be present in Baltic Sea fish, saying that they are planning to expand their research into the matter.

The rise of biological and chemical weapons: how ready is the UK?

Plutonium is missing, but the government says nothing

IAEA Incident and Trafficking Database (ITDB) Fact Sheet 2017

Radioactive uranium leaks through Westinghouse nuclear fuel factory near Columbia, South Carolina


North Korea’s other weapons of mass destruction – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

GAO urges DHS to share more info on chemical facilities with first responders – Homeland Preparedness News – posted 8/23/18

These are the 11 biological weapons the Soviets wanted to use on the US – We Are The Mighty – posted 10/18/18

Holding the Line on Biodefense. – posted 10/18/18