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. "Appendix C: Committee Meetings." Black and Smokeless Powders: Technologies for Finding Bombs and the Bomb Makers. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 1998.
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Testimony on Taggants
Tanya K. Metaksa, National Rifle Association, Fairfax, Va.
Arms and Ammunition Manufacturer Issues on Tagging and Detection
James J. Baker, Donald Burton, and Kenneth D. Green, Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute
State of the Art in Explosives Detection
Lyle O. Malotky, Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, D.C.
Manufacturing of Black Powder
Mick Fahringer, Goex, Inc., Doyline, La.
Manufacturing of Smokeless Powders
Antonio Gonzalez, PRIMEX Technologies, St. Marks, Fla.
Inherent Taggants and Bomb Scene Investigations
Richard A. Strobel, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, Rockville, Md.
Air-Bag, Cartridge-Actuated Devices/Propellant-Actuated Devices Technologies
J. Scheld, U.S. Navy
History of Tagging
Richard G. Livesay, 3M (retired), St. Paul, Minn.
James Rittenburg, Biocode, Inc.
Abraham Schwartz, Caribbean Microparticles
Chemical Delivery Systems, Inc.
Victor A. Crainich, Chemical Delivery Systems, Inc.
Innovative Biosystems, Inc.
Keith Stormo, Innovative Biosystems, Inc.
D. King Anderson, Isotag LLC
Materials Research Center, University of Missouri, Rolla
Delbert E. Day, Materials Research Center, University of Missouri, Rolla
William J. Kerns, Microtrace, Inc.
Joel Dulebohn, Natura, Inc.