CBRN detection course

(To Army Majority State)
14/10/20

In full compliance with the rules for combating the spread of the COVID 19 epidemic, the training of the Army units does not stop. In fact, in the Gonzaga barracks, headquarters of the 152nd infantry regiment of the “Sassari” brigade, the qualification course for detection and decontamination units following attacks conducted with chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) agents.

The soldiers who participated in the activity learned to use the detection systems supplied to the Army such as the model AN / PDR77 radiameter, the SOR-T dosimeter and the CAM and CHEMPRO 100i chemical aggressive detectors. These tools allow you to calculate the contamination forecasters and help the operator understand how to activate the alert and intervention chain (Warning and Reporting) by compiling and sending specific radio messages.

The CBRN courses, more generally, are aimed at training military personnel to operate in maximum safety even in contaminated environments, through the correct use of clothing, equipment and instrumentation supplied.