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« Reply #15 on: July 31, 2020, 09:12:31 am »



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"Explains" the dangers of the atomic bomb, the effects of radiation and how to protect oneself if caught in the open or in the home.




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« Reply #16 on: August 07, 2020, 08:12:53 am »



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Produced in 1958 by the Office of Civil Defense and Mobilization and Norwood Studios, "Civil Defense in Schools" shows how teachers and staff can organize and implement emergency plans in case of an atomic attack.  The film begins with images of students conducting an emergency tornado drill and talks about how a new level of preparedness is required in the atomic age.  Interestingly, the film shows that much of the burden for implementing an "atomic plan" fell upon local school districts and school boards.

It was filmed in Rockville, Maryland.





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« Reply #17 on: August 07, 2020, 08:29:02 am »



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In Time of Emergency is a civil defense film issued by the U.S. government in 1969. It combines live action with animation. The man in the beginning of the film is John E. Davis (1913-1990), National Director of Civil Defense (note the photo of President Nixon).



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« Reply #18 on: August 11, 2020, 08:14:54 am »




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Since the emergence of the terrorist threat, the U.S. Government's concern about the possible terrorism against nuclear facilities has intensified. This video is a dramatization. It shows how the Government has responded to this threat.

The video depicts nuclear security activities at an early nuclear storage site and how a small unarmed force of intruders easily enters under the security fence surrounding the site. The protective force subdues the intruders easily. In another scene, a well-armed terrorist team enters the base and kills a roving patrol with a well-placed sniper. Security forces finally overcome the terrorists after a superior counter-force arrives.

On a third entry, a terrorist team enters the site under the cover of a fellow terrorist, hidden in the forest, armed with a heavy machine gun. This terrorist team reaches and penetrates a storage igloo after the roving patrol is killed, and the rapid response force is destroyed. However, the terrorists do not escape. When the superior security force appears with helicopter support and an armored personnel carrier, the terrorists, including the machine gunner, are killed.

Since this film was made, the Department of Energy (DOE) has constantly improved the training and tactics of the security forces at each installation as well as the in-place security systems. With its modern day posture, it would be highly improbable that a small group of armed individuals could forcibly enter any DOE facility and escape with a nuclear weapon or any special nuclear material.





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