Initial Law Enforcement Response to Suicide Bombing Attacks (ILERSBA) Course
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Initial Law Enforcement Response to Suicide Bombing Attacks (ILERSBA) Course

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layer was stil
l heated somewh
at by the fireb
all and thus
developed a smooth surface."
"We calculated a

n average fireb

all temperature of 8,430 Kelvin," they reported. That's 14,710 degrees Fahrenheit. The new theory explains the tiny spheres of glass found onsite as drops that cooled and hardened enough to keep their shape when they hit the ground. It also explains why there was Trinitite found on top of the outer edges of the asphalt used around the 100-foot tower and on some objects left in the ground

zero area.

Based on the Needs Assessment for this course there is a significant training gap for first line Law Enforcement to interdict and respond safety and effectively to person-borne suicide IED attacks or vehicle-borne IED attacks. This course is intended to meet those needs and deals specifically with immediate decisions and actions in face to face encounters of person-borne and vehicle-borne IED attacks.

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ientists relax in the McDonald water tank. (It's the Schmidt house) The George McDonald ranch ho

use sits w

ithin an 85'x

85' low stone wall. T - Participants must have completed basic law enforcement training and, where applicable, on-the-job training under the supervision of a departmental training officer.

he house was built in 1913 by Franz Schmidt, a German immigrant. An addition on the north side was cons

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Required Materials/Facilities

mill eEMRTCast of the house. The scientists

and support people used the north tank as a swimming pool