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Mapping Tools

- CAMEO Suite
CAMEO Chemicals is a chemical hazards database that provides information on various chemicals.



- MARPLOT
MARPLOT® (Mapping Application for Response, Planning, and Local Operational Tasks) is the mapping program for the CAMEO® (Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations) software suite, which is used widely to plan for and respond to chemical emergencies.



- ALOHA
ALOHA® (Areal Locations of Hazardous Atmospheres) is the hazard modeling program for the CAMEO® software suite (Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations), which is used widely to plan for and respond to chemical emergencies.


- NUKEMAP

- HotSpot
The HotSpot Health Physics codes were created to provide emergency response personnel and emergency planners with a fast, field-portable set of software tools for evaluating incidents involving radioactive material. The software is also used for safety analyses of facilities handling nuclear material.


-WISER
*Note: No longer updated. Only posting for info & links already there.


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Here's an old CD film.

" SHELTER ON A QUIET STREET " 1963 CIVIL DEFENSE FILM CONSTRUCTION OF HOME FALLOUT SHELTER XD13814​


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This Cold War civil defense film attempts to persuade viewers that building a home fallout shelter is a smart thing to do, and they are easy and economical to build. The film shows how to construct a durable, concrete shelter suitable for surviving a nuclear blast; it was made in 1963 and presented by the Department of Defense. The basic premise of the film is that it follows Civil Defense Director Hank Adams as he guides the Warren Family through construction of their own basement fallout shelter. The original catalog entry for this movie noted that: "This film is designed not only for those living in suburban or rural areas too far removed from the nearest community shelter-but also for those in urban sections who, for reasons of personal preference or convenience, would rather rely on a family shelter for fallout protection."

Opening: Clock on a large commercial building in an urban downtown shows 5:00 p.m. An elevator door opens and people exit. People leave the building as others enter. Titles :)08-:58). Exterior of a building, with Fallout Shelter signage visible. Two men talk in front of a van. Food and water is being carted into the building to stock the fallout shelter on the side of the building. People leave work and exit the building. A man gets into his Ford Falcon automobile. Drives off. Drives through a city :)59-2:28). Car drives onward. Exterior of multiple buildings. Exterior of an industrial plant. School, apartments, many of them have fallout shelters. The man in the car pulls up in front of a suburban home on a quiet street. Outside the house (2:29-4:39). A couple who is interested in having a home fallout shelter talks with Civil Defense Director Hank Adams. Adams shows the couple a model of an above ground shelter, he describes it and points with a pencil. He shows another metal shelter followed by a basement shelter. He points at a model for an underground concrete shelter (4:40-7:16). The couple sits at a table inside their house. The homeowner decides to build a shelter himself. He measures in his basement. Two younger boys move stuff around to help him. A premixed mortar is being made with water. The man measures from the wall to the middle. The man starts laying the mortar. He places a concrete block onto it in place. Measures to make sure it's straight. He lays mortar for the second block nearby. He places mortar on one end of the new block and lays it down connecting the two (7:17-10:40). He pounds the block down with his hand. He uses a carpenter's tool to make sure there is a true right angle. The man starts laying more mortar. He lays more blocks. The wall is rising as he does it. A right angle corner is built six courses high. The younger boys continue to assist in some capacity. The man stretches a guideline along the wall to assist in placing the blocks correctly. he places a new block down. The woman visits them as they are pausing during work. She takes the boys away and the man lays more mortar. The woman writes a list. She takes a can of beets out of a cabinet, looks at it, puts it back (10:41-15:06). The man continues to build the wall. Mortar placed on a block and then its put in place. More mortar is laid with a trowel. The trowel is scrapped against excess mortar to smooth it out. The outer walls are almost all complete. The man bolts upright posts to the wall for the roof structure. He then places a piece of wood on top and hammers it. The boys help the man lift wood. One of the boys guides it. The man hammers some nails into the wood. He is putting beams across the roof (15:07-18:22). More wood for the roof is put across. The man then fills the roof with mortar and evens it with a trowel. The boys carry concrete blocks. Wood and concrete help make the roof. No mortar is needed (18:23-20:40). The boys move a concrete block. They hand it to the man and he put it on the roof. He smooths out concrete with a trowel. The woman is outside and hands the boy a bag of groceries. The younger boy leads the woman into the newly constructed shelter. The other boy and man come in as well. The woman has her shelter all set with food and a bed. The man comes in and praises her good work. He hands her a flashlight. The boys bring in board games. Exterior of the house (20:41-23:28). End credits (23:29-24:09).
 
Take this fwiw and dyodd.

These States Were Designed to be Sacrificed in Case of World War 3​

May 6, 2023


27:21

Uncover the chilling truth behind the US plans to sacrifice specific states during the potential outbreak of World War 3. As global tensions rise and the possibility of WW3 looms, it's essential to understand the strategic decisions that could impact millions of lives across the United States. In this video, I delve into the reasons and the significance of these plans, providing a comprehensive analysis of the states on the chopping block.

From understanding the geographical locations to the military value of these states, I explore the factors that led to their inclusion in the US government's drastic plans. Learn about the hard choices that have been made to protect the nation as the USA prepares for the possibility of World War 3.

Watch and uncover the reality of US strategy during a potential WW3 scenario and how geography affects the decisions the government made.

Be sure to like, comment, and subscribe for more thought-provoking content that keeps you informed and engaged with topics such as the USA, states, and the potential outbreak of World War 3.

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New information released about man accused of driving through gate at Oconee Nuclear Station​

Doyle Wayne Whisenhunt has been arrested and charged following the incident at the Oconee Nuclear Station Thursday night, according to Sheriff Mike Crenshaw with the Oconee County Sheriff's Office.

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Nuclear Weapon Accident - story of survival​

Interview with Parker Peedin, co-pilot and survivor of a B-52 accident that was part of a project called Chrome Dome where planes circled the US 24 hours a day with live nuclear weapons to be prepared to deliver in case of an attack by the Soviet Union. No nuclear explosions here, just the story of survival.
Event known as a Broken Arrow occurred on January 13, 1964. Known as the 1964 Savage Mountain B-52 crash, the Stratofortress B-52D's vertical stabilizer broke off in a winter storm. The plane was carrying two Mark 53 nuclear weapons. The plane crashed near Barton, Maryland.
See this interview and more in the video entitled "Nulcear 911 - Broken Arrowns, Accidents and incidents."
From Peter Kuran, the Filmmaker who brought you "Trinity and Beyond. - the Atomic Bomb Movie"


6:29
 
Take this fwiw and dyodd.

These States Were Designed to be Sacrificed in Case of World War 3​

May 6, 2023


27:21

Uncover the chilling truth behind the US plans to sacrifice specific states during the potential outbreak of World War 3. As global tensions rise and the possibility of WW3 looms, it's essential to understand the strategic decisions that could impact millions of lives across the United States. In this video, I delve into the reasons and the significance of these plans, providing a comprehensive analysis of the states on the chopping block.

From understanding the geographical locations to the military value of these states, I explore the factors that led to their inclusion in the US government's drastic plans. Learn about the hard choices that have been made to protect the nation as the USA prepares for the possibility of World War 3.

Watch and uncover the reality of US strategy during a potential WW3 scenario and how geography affects the decisions the government made.

Be sure to like, comment, and subscribe for more thought-provoking content that keeps you informed and engaged with topics such as the USA, states, and the potential outbreak of World War 3.

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If they fail to obliterate the Beltway swamp...they're not only fools, but complicit.

Three major blasts should do it - DC, NYC, LA.

Game, set, match.
 

"PROTECTION AGAINST CBR ATTACK" U.S. ARMY CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL & RADIOLOGICAL WARFARE XD83535​

“T.F.3 2499: Individual Protection Against CBR Attack” (1956) is a black-and-white instructional film presented by the United States Army. The film details safety strategies for soldiers in combat to protect themselves from the effects of CBR (chemical, biological, radiological) agents. Due to heightened tensions caused by the Cold War these weapons were of grave concern.


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Taking Nuclear War Seriously​

It is vital that Americans take nuclear war seriously.

For the last three and a half decades, since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Americans have relaxed and behaved as though they were essentially safe from nuclear events.

When President Bill Clinton and I created the Hart-Rudman Commission in 1998, we hoped to create a deep rethinking of American security strategies. The Commission was brilliantly led by Gen. Charles Boyd and produced a remarkable report.

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