Security & Border and CST & CBRNE

As threats to U.S. and abroad continue to rise, multiple response organizations working together provide greater efficiency and effectiveness to identify, engage and defeat given threats to Americans and important civic roles they perform. The Spring 2018 issue of Security & Border and CST/CBRNE magazine focuses on the joint coordination requirements that pervade today’s complex world.

 

Featuring:

  • From USNORTHCOM Headquarters, exclusive interview with MG Richard Gallant, Joint Task Force Civil Support Commander
  • COL Eric Oh, Director of Operations, Training, Readiness & Exercises (J3) is coordinating response through Holistic Vision
  • The 9th WMD-CST California National Guard Commander Lt. Col. Neal Rodak speaks to the improvements of the Joint Hazard Assessment Team capabilities
  • ECBC is working on a self-decontaminating combat uniform using sunlight to neutralize chemical warfare agents
  • Next stage of wide-area sprayable rapid decontamination developed by Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
  • Rapid DNA Identification being used during field deployment
  • JPEO-CBRN Defense pushing rapid capability prototyping by way of Countering WMD Other Transaction Agreement
  • USSOCOM, the new mission lead for countering WMD
  • Modern SWAT Training to maximize desired outcomes
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S&B / CST & CBRNE
Spring 2018
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S&B / CST & CBRNE
Winter 2017/2018

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S&B / CST & CBRNE
Fall 2017

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S&B / CST & CBRNE
Summer 2017

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2015_CBRNE_Security_Q2_web

S&B / CST & CBRNE
Spring 2017

DIGITAL/ PDF/ Online