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IABTI WEBINAR wednesday

Must be an IABTI member to attend.  If not currently an IABTI member, we encourage you to apply two weeks prior to the requested webinar to enable appropriate security screening.

The views, information or opinions expressed during IABTI Webinars are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of the IABTI. The IABTI is not responsible and does not verify the accuracy of the information contained.

The majority of IABTI Webinars are recorded for on-demand viewing &
will be made available on our Webinar Channel

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Wed, Aug 4

 12:00 – 14:00 EST

black powder  &

black powder substitutes

John Jermain

Lots to learn here!  Manufacturing, colors, composition . . . 

Wed, Aug 11

 12:00 – 14:00 EST

Beirut AN Explosion Debrief

Dr. Kirk Yeager and SABT Chris Rigo

A must see for anyone in the explosives community!

Wed, Aug 18

 12:00 – 14:00 EST

Dismounted operations in a high threat IED environment

George McKerrow and Matt Martino

Lessons learned and operational tips.

Wed, Aug 25

 12:00 – 14:00 EST

ISIS IED mass manufacturinG

George McKerrow and Matt Martino

Operators on the ground provide an inside look.

Wed, Sept 8

 12:00 – 14:00 EST

Debrief: Hong Kong Bomb Squad

Alick McWhirter

Join us to learn more about recent activity Hong Kong bomb techs are dealing with.

Wed, Sept 22

 12:00 – 14:00 EST

Drones: IEDs, Threats and Countermeasures

Andy Morabe, Jeremy Stafford, and John Carter

A realistic threat and growing international trend.  

The webinars, for me, have been worthwhile.  I fall into the category of those who cannot attend events in person and this has allowed me to feel more connected. I need my Wednesday Webinar fix!

-Paul

Until this webinar I thought I knew more about this subject than I did. Very good presentation.
-Todd

IABTI SUPPORTER Recognition

In honor of all the companies which have substantially supported IABTI for more than TEN YEARS.