React to Chemical or Biological Hazard/Attack. Conditions:.
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Note. Commanders at all levels may establish a modified policy when chemical weapons have been employed by designating additional events as automatic masking criteria.
Note. The mask gives immediate protection against inhalation of agent vapors. Do not fasten the hood. Go to the next step immediately.
REMEMBER: STOP BREATHING FIRST!!!!
3. Give the alarm.
6. Assume MOPP4. Cover all your skin (your head and shoulders are already protected by the mask and the overgarment).
a. Put on the gloves with liners.
b. Zip and fasten the overgarment jacket.
c. Secure the hood, then secure the overgarment to increase protection.
d. Put on the overboots.
Note. Combat boots provide protection but should be covered because they absorb chemicals. It takes a long time to put on the overboots, so put them on last in an emergency.
Note. After assuming MOPP4 and performing all the tasks according to the unit SOP perform the following actions:1. Use all means of CB detection to check your surrounding area for the presence of contamination.2. Contact higher headquarters (HQ) if no contamination is found or if you determine the attack was non-CB.3. Await further guidance. (Higher HQ contacts all adjacent/attached units to check the status of CB contamination in their areas. If all units report the absence of contamination, the information is reported up the chain of command.)4. Annotate the above actions on your duty log (Department of the Army [DA] Form 1594).