1. Agent Orange relates to an illicit use of chemicals used during the Vietnam War, which officially ended in April 1975. The impact of the use of Agent Orange remains a haunting reminder to the world of the devastating, long-lasting effects this chemical warfare can and will inflict on the civilian population and military veterans from such a war. Today, the debate rages on as citizens of Vietnam, the United States, Britain, Australia, and other countries who participated in the Vietnam War are suffering and dying from health issues directly relating to their exposure to this dangerous chemical. If you were put in charge of United Nations policy, do you believe governments and military organizations should be held liable for health issues arising from the use of chemical warfare, even if those issues do not surface for over 50 years? Why, or why not? Entry must be at least 200 words.
2. You are the southwest regional homeland security director. You are preparing a scenario for your district to test its effectiveness in response to a chemical attack. You want your chemical and hazardous response team to consider this a live exercise. You are planning targets such as major political and sporting events that are scheduled to take place in open stadiums in Phoenix, Arizona; San Diego, California; Santa Fe, New Mexico; and El Paso, Texas. Considering a radical terrorist cell, what would be their chemical of choice and how would they disburse the chemical to ensure maximum effective coverage? What infrastructure defenses do you believe they need to overcome and what contingencies need to be looked at to ensure all areas are covered? Entry must be at least 200 words.For more information of Weapons of Mass Destruction read this:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weapon_of_mass_destruction#:~:text=A%20weapon%20of%20mass%20destruction,mountains)%2C%20or%20the%20biosphere.