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CGF Volume 6, Issue 4

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Challenges of Arctic Navigation

Challenges of Arctic Navigation

With more emphasis on the Arctic, the level of commercial traffic and government survey and economic zone surveillance traffic will be increasing dramatically in the coming...

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Handy Threat Detectors

Handy Threat Detectors

Countering chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threats has become essential for both military and civilian security personnel. Fort...

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Industry Interview: Buffalo Computer Graphics Inc.

Industry Interview: Buffalo Computer Graphics Inc.

An interview with Gary Masterson, Vice President, Buffalo Computer Graphics Inc.

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Non-Lethal/Crowd Control

Non-Lethal/Crowd Control

Whether it’s tear gas, flash bang munitions, non-lethal bullets or stun guns, manufacturers of non-lethal crowd control devices are working to offer officers, agents and ot...

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Protection Shelters

Protection Shelters

Back in late March and early April, National Guard units from Washington, Oregon, Hawaii and Alaska converged on a remote part of Alaska for a most unusual observance. The...

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Q&A: Vice Adm. Charles W. Ray

Q&A: Vice Adm. Charles W. Ray

Exclusive cover Q&A with Vice Admiral Charles W. Ray, Commander, Coast Guard Pacific, U.S. Coast Guard...

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Reducing the Shock

Reducing the Shock

The latest generation of shock mitigating seats for small boats has proved to be so good that it has produced a negative side effect. As crews become more comfortable, they...

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Who's Who: Senior Leadership of State Emergency Management and Response

Who's Who: Senior Leadership of State Emergency Management and Response

Exclusive pull-out supplement of Senior Leadership of State Emergency Management and Response featuring a reference guide of state-level response agencies...

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