Aberdeen Blog Round-Up: Meat Testing and Safety Training Down Under
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This week's blogs are presented by the letters: CBARR, ECBC, with a little help from the ADoD and SDSU.
Confused? How do you think the fine folks who work in APG feel?
All kidding aside, the acronym all-stars—the Chemical Biological Application and Risk Reduction (CBARR) Business Unit of the U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center—gave us two blogs this week, regarding tests and preparation for making the world, or at least parts of it, a safer place.
Seriously, though, don't your prefer the letters to Chemical Biological Applic... I'm getting tired just trying it.
Read: Biological Center Conducts Chemical Analysis of Meat Product — The headline may read like a scare tactic from the nightly news ("Could your child's cereal be linked to a deadly such-and-such? Find out tonight at 11!") So we'll spare you the drama and tell you the meat is fine. But the post is still an interesting read.
Read: U.S. Army Preps for Remediation Mission in Australia — As the saying goes, "Everything in Australia can kill you." No seriously, that is a saying: Exhibit A, Exhibit B. So it's good to go into missions prepared. Or at least, have a little extra sun block and bug repellent on hand. This post talks about how the CBARR prepped our boys for remediation efforts "down unda."
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