"Proliferation of CWA continues to be a problem in our world," stated Marie Molnar Hammond, Vice President of Marketing and CISS Business Director. "We are pleased to continue our interaction with the U. S. Army to provide handheld instruments that dramatically lessen the warfighter impact of these terrible weapons of mass destruction."
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