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Dew Point

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

The purpose of Dew Point was to determine the effectiveness of Sarin nerve agent-filled BLU-19/B23 bomblets ejected from an SUU-13/A dispenser, and M139 bomblets dropped from a SADEYE dispenser in a temperate summer forest environment.

Rapid Tan I, II, III

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

Deseret Test Center Test 68-13 (Rapid Tan I, II, III) was a joint U.S., U.K., and Canadian program designed to investigate the extent and duration of hazard following a Tabun, Soman or V nerve agent attack.

Deseret Test Center Test 69-31

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

The primary purpose of DTC Test 69-31 was to evaluate the continued effectiveness of the Shipboard Toxicological Operational Protection System (STOPS) of the USS Herbert J. Thomas (DD-833).

Red Cloud

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

The main purpose of Red Cloud was to obtain biological decay rate and animal infectivity data on aerosols of Francisella tularensis (wet and dry forms) disseminated in a frigid field environment.

Watch Dog

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

The main purpose of Watch Dog was to obtain viability decay rates of Francisella tularensis (wet and dry forms), Serratia marcesens, and Escherichia coli. and stabilized Francisella tularensis animal infectivity data in a summer temperate environment.

Night Train

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

The primary purpose of Night Train was to study the penetration of an arctic inversion by a biological aerosol cloud.

Whistle Down

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

Whistle Down was primarily an investigation of the existence, nature, and extent of the hazard from Sarin nerve agent and VX nerve agent on environmental clothing, snow, and frozen ground.

Deseret Test Center Test 68-53

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

The primary test objective of Deseret Test Center (DTC) Test 68-53 was to establish safety distances downwind of CS2 drop zones. A secondary objective required the determination of agent deposition patterns, percent of agent recovery, and airborne agent particle size in defining direct assault effects such as those related to rescue missions.

Deseret Test Center Test 69-10

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

In DTC Test 69-10, units of a US Marine Corps Ready Group were subjected to a simulated chemical agent spray attack while engaged in an amphibious assault.

Tall Timber

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

The purpose of Tall Timber was to test the effectiveness of the M138 bomblet filled with agent BZ in a tropical forested environment.

Deseret Test Center Test 70-73

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

The purpose of DTC Test 70-73 was to examine potential secondary aerosol hazards to friendly troops following a biological agent attack.

Big Tom

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

The purpose of Big Tom was to evaluate the feasibility of a biological attack against an island complex and to evaluate doctrine and tactics for delivery of such an attack.

Swamp Oak

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

The objective of Swamp Oak was to determine area-time-dosage relationships as a function of burst height and agent diffusion characteristics, within subarctic forested areas, for Sarin nerve agent-filled artillery munitions in temperatures ranging from -1ºC to -18ºC.

West Side Phase I

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

The purpose of West Side, Phase I was to evaluate the A/B 45Y-4 dry agent disseminator in a frigid environment.

Elk Hunt, Phase 1

Fact Sheet
10/9/2002

The Elk Hunt, Phase I tests were designed to determine the amount of either standard or modified VX nerve agent picked up on the clothing of personnel traversing various types of contaminated terrain.

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