Richard Flanagan - Author - Wanting - Flanagan
Terrorist - Borders - Assassin - Mind Terrorist
The use of sarin in the terrorist acts in Matsumoto city and Tokyo underground was considered by a number of specialists as a new era in terrorism. In addition to chemical weapons, terrorists can use a great variety of toxic chemicals from chemical industry, agriculture or products released from terrorist acts on industrial facilities. Evidently, the arsenal of chemical agents that can be used as terrorist agents is practically unlimited. The risk of exposure to chemical agents which could be used in terrorist acts is real. Therefore, the readiness for defense in a case of chemical terrorism should be enhanced. Decontamination and medical treatment are important aspects of protection from effects after intoxications with chemical agents.This book includes reports which were presented at a NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) entitled "Medical Treatment of Intoxications and Decontamination of Chemical Agent in the Area of Terrorist Attack". This workshop was held on 25-28 January 2005 in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine. The contributors were experts acquainted with the main problems connected with chemical terrorism.
The primary focus of this workshop was determination (assessment) of scientific concepts and practical means for management of chemical agent casualties in case of a terrorist attack, with emphasis on improvement of medical treatment and decontamination. The main aspects of the book are: new approaches in pre-treatment and prophylaxis of nerve agent intoxication; diagnosis of exposure to chemical agents; therapy of chemical agent intoxication; and, development of personal decontamination.
About the Book
This fiction thriller is based on the real life experiences of a commercial pilot and gives you an exciting insider view of what it takes to fly a jet while managing crew, passengers and a terrorist!
Captain Mike Rendell started out his workday like all the workdays before just another normal day of flying. After spending a raucous night partying with his crew, he and his first officer were looking forward to a nice relaxing flight to the West Coast.
It all started Saturday 0645 Central Standard Time! Flaps 1, climb power, Mike repeated as he responded to the command of Gary Ellis, his new-hire First Officer. Mike positioned the flap lever from the 5" spot to the 1" spot and retarded the thrust levers to approximately eighty-eight percent of full power. This was the standard after take-off configuration and gave the aircraft its best rate of climb in relation to burning the least amount of fuel. Pacifica Airlines Flight 762 had just departed from Chicago s Midway Airport. On board the Boeing 737 were 137 passengers, three flight attendants, and two pilots.
However, it didn t take long for events to unfold that would thrust Captain Rendell and his crew into one of the most terror-filled days of their commercial airline careers. The lives of his flight attendants and his passengers hung in the balance as Mike battled the elements, a deranged passenger, and aircraft malfunctions as he attempted to bring his fully loaded jumbo jet in for a safe landing .
Captain Steve A. Reeves started flying airplanes from a dirt strip next to a cotton field in northeast Arkansas chasing rabbits down plowed rows. After graduating from the University of Kentucky, he served a tour in the U.S. Navy before moving into civilian life as a construction manager. But his love of flying called him back to the skies and to a career as a commercial pilot. Twenty-one years later, Steve has logged over 12,500 hours in civilian, military, and commercial aircraft. He is a captain for a major airline and resides in Texas with his wife, Stacy, and their two daughters.
Look for more books by Captain Steve A. Reeves coming soon."
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