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NATO
Headquarters

25 Nov. 2002

NATO's Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Defence Initiatives

New Capabilities in Action

This video is a fictional dramatization illustrating the dangers and difficulties that NATO forces would face if attacked by nuclear, biological or chemical weapons. It was used as part of an exhibition on NATO's Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Defence Initiatives, which was shown to Alliance leaders and the media during the Prague Summit, 21-22 November 2002.

In particular, it shows the measures that NATO nations are collectively developing to protect troops from such attacks. The events, places and persons depicted are not real.

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1. Introduction:

Crisis in Tarabania - 21 Nov. 2002
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2. Medical Surveillance

Mystery Outbreak - 7 Dec. 2002
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3. Prototype NBC Event Response Team

Outbreak Spreads - 8 Dec. 2002
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4. Prototype NBC Analytical Laboratory

Bio-Terrorism in Tarabania - 9 Dec. 2002
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5. Biological-Chemical Defense Stockpile

Bio-Terrorism in Tarabania - 10 Dec. 2002
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6. NBC Training

Bio-Terrorism in Tarabania - 11 Dec. 2002
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Conclusion

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