Disaster Control (Ashore and Afloat)
Softcover 4to, 359pp. Copiously illustrated with photographs, diagrams, and some very of-the-era graphics. Very Good: spine creased and with specks of abrasion, corners gently bumped. Mild foxing to the edges of the textblock only; pages remain clear. "Because, in time of war, a disaster situation could result from a nuclear, biological or chemical warfare attack, most of this book is devoted to a discussion of these potential man-made disasters--their characteristics, results and how to combat them. The remainder of the book deals with disaster control plans and bills, group protection, disaster control at advanced bases, and mutual aid and liaison with other agencies during disaster situations." Scarce.