Pb 3-18-1 Summer 2018; Cml, Army Chemical Review

Pb 3-18-1 Summer 2018; Cml, Army Chemical Review
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Pb 3-18-1 Summer 2018; Cml, Army Chemical Review
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Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the U.S. Army Chemical Corps has provided many opportunities to reflect on our proud history. Founded on the battlefields of France during World War I, the U.S. Army Chemical Corps has served with distinction in every conflict since its inception.

The ACR highlights unique Army chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear technical-response capabilities for supporting national countering weapons of mass destruction operations and conducting all-hazmat mitigation across the range of military operations anytime, anywhere. The objectives of ACR are to inform, motivate, increase knowledge, improve performance, and provide a forum for the exchange of ideas. This publication presents professional information; but the views expressed herein are those of the authors, not the Department of Defense or its elements. The content does not necessarily reflect the official U.S. Army position and does not change or supersede any information in other U.S. Army publications. Army Chemical Review is published biannually in June and December by the U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear School (USACBRNS), Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.

Table of Contents

 2 Chief of Chemical and Commandant, U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear School

4 Chemical Corps Command Sergeant Major

5 Chemical Corps Chief Warrant Officer

7 CBRN Interoperability Between the United States and Poland By First Lieutenant Micayla J. Westendorf and Staff Sergeant Jack D. Johnson

11 Photograph and Illustration Guide 12 84th Chemical Battalion: CBRN OTD Training and Integration Initiatives By Lieutenant Colonel Byron G. Galbraith and Major Matthew C. Mason

15 Enabling the Warfighter: 9th CBRNE Company Supports 1-2 SBCT CALFEX By Captain Michael T. Lindsay and First Sergeant Tecarlos Y. Williams

19 Winning in an Uncertain Environment: Integrated Early Warning By Mr. Larry Lazo, Mr. Joseph Baker, and Major Yulang Tsou

21 Optimizing the Army CBRNE Force Structure By Major Alexi D. Franklin

23 CBRN Integration Into Forward Support Operations By Captain Keith J. Johnson and First Lieutenant Robert J. Park

25 USMA Department of Chemistry and Life Science— Reaction Center for Army Chemical Intellectual Capital By Colonel F. John Burpo, Lieutenant Colonel Richard L. Comitz, and Major Stephen G. Hummel

30 Our Path to the 2017 Best Ranger Competition By Major Timothy D. Cox and First Lieutenant Andy H. Harvey

33 Preparing for Mission Command of DCRF Operations By Colonel John C. Becking

35 Smith Sworn in as New Army Inspector General, Promoted to Lieutenant General By Mr. Dustin Perry

36 773d CST as an ICBRN-R Capability Within the U.S. European Command Area of Responsibility By Colonel U. L. Armstrong Jr. and Captain Dino P. de la Hoya

38 Defining the CBRNE Problem By Major Alexi D. Franklin

41 Developing and Testing the Decontamination Effluent Treatment System By Dr. Victor F. Medina, Mr. Scott A. Waisner, Dr. Edith Martinez-Guerra, and Mr. Jared L. Johnson

46 Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction: An Army Warfighting Challenge By Major Yulang Tsou 47 Exploiting a CBRN Environment By Major John N. Waugh and Mr. Larry Lazo 49 Army Chemical Review Writer’s Guide

50 231st Conducts Mass Decontamination Exercise in the Port of Baltimore By Second Lieutenant Alex E. Belval

51 Talent Management: Our Collective Responsibility By Major Nicolas P. Bell

53 Doctrine Update: FM 3-11 By Major Randall J. Adams and Captain Francisco Rincon Jr.

55 Doctrine Update

58 Reserve Component Update

60 USACBRNS CATS Update 61 Digital Archives 

Audience

Students and instructors at the U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear School, all members of the U.S Army Chemical Corps, present and past.

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Record Creation Date:
06/22/2018
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