It’s about being better prepared to respond to horrific events like a chemical weapons attack in a war zone, and a lot more, says a Canadian Forces spokesperson at CFB Suffield.

[…] The 15th annual NATO chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear training exercise gives close to 400 military and medical personnel from 10 member countries the skills needed to respond to a range of incidents, including stabilizing patients who have been contaminated. Continue Reading…