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As part of the Global Security Mission Directorate, RSL is a center for creating and using advanced technologies that provide a broad range of scientific, technological, and operational disciplines with core competencies in emergency response operations and support, remote sensing, and applied science and technologies in support of counterterrorism and radiological and nuclear incident response.
RSL provides force and facility protection to U.S. domestic and international assets and activities. RSL and Global Security Mission Directorate subject matter experts conduct facility and site vulnerability assessments in order to design, install, and maintain facility early warning systems for nuclear/radiological, biological, and chemical weapons. RSL also performs similar assessments and provides technical security on a temporary basis for specific events, such as the State of the Union Address, the Olympic Games, and other National Special Security Events.
Rick Maurer, Senior Principal Scientist, Nuclear Incident Policy and Cooperation
RaJah Mena, Manager, Consequence Management Program
Mark Norsworthy, Supervisor, Aerial Measuring System
Alexis Reed, Director, Nuclear Response Division
Michael Taylor, Principal Scientist, Nuclear Search Program