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Items related to 21st Century Essential NBC Reference Series: Department. CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PRIMER - Prepared by the Deputy Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Chemical and Biological Defense - "Terrorist use of chemical or biological weapons is among the most alarming of emerging transnational threats. Both the absence of other dominating global powers and the existence of overwhelming United States military capability greatly limit a terrorist’s options.
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NBC defense programs are managed jointly under the oversight of a single office . Annex F provides a reference to NBC defense related sites on the internet
NBC defense programs are managed jointly under the oversight of a single office within DoD. The program continues to implement congressional direction to improve jointness and reflects an integrated DoD developed program. Annex F provides a reference to NBC defense related sites on the internet. Annex G provides a statement regarding chemical and biological defense programs involving human subjects as required by 50 USC 1523. 5-3 FIGURES 1-1 Chemical and Biological Defense Program Management and Oversight Structure (At the Beginning of Calendar Year 1998).
The Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical & Biological Defense Programs, or ASD(NCB), is the principal adviser to the Secretary of Defense.
The Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical & Biological Defense Programs, or ASD(NCB), is the principal adviser to the Secretary of Defense, Deputy Secretary of Defense and the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics on policy and plans for nuclear, chemical, and biological defense programs.
Chemical Biological Defense Program Overview. Chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) threats are dynamic and ever-changing. These advancements enable our nation’s state and non-state adversaries to develop unique CBRN threats with the intent of circumventing our current defenses
Two reports from the DOD Joint Chemical and Biological Defense Program provide an up-to-date status of. .
Two reports from the DOD Joint Chemical and Biological Defense Program provide an up-to-date status of the military's efforts to protect against nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons and terror threats.
The vision of the Chemical and Biological Defense Program is to ensure that Department of Defense operations are unconstrained by chemical and biological effects. Its mission is to provide chemical and biological defense capabilities in support of the National Military Strategies. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. Citations (3). References (0). Emerging and Enabling Technologies in Biodefense.
The Introduction provides a background of the rationale and purpose of the DoD CBDP. This section summarizes the key counterproliferation priorities and the current CB warfare threats to U.S. forces. Intelligence documents tailored to the threat are essential for developing and updating requirements for CB defense programs. Each CB defense research, development, and acquisition effort funded within the program responds to a defined or validated threat. Variations among chemical and biological agents and each agents unique physical, toxicological, destructive, and other properties such as means of delivery require a capabilities based response. Intelligence efforts continue to emphasize collection and analysis of nations dual-use chemical and biological industrial capabilities and develop the indications and warning of adversarial use or diversion of dual-use capabilities to weapons programs.
Chapter 1 describes the accomplishments, processes, and issues related to program management and oversight. This chapter provides an overview of the re-organization of the CBDP management structure that was initiated in 2002 and is being implemented during 2003. Chapter 2 provides information on medical and non-medical CB defense requirements and research, development, and acquisition programs. This chapter outlines plans and strategies for the development and acquisition of capabilities in each of the program commodity areas, including contamination avoidance, individual protection, collective protection, modeling and simulation, medical chemical defense, and medical biological defense. In addition, this chapter includes a "Special Report on Anthrax Vaccine Costs, Acquisition Strategy, and Related Issues". Research, development, and acquisition efforts to address homeland security, especially the threat from bioterrorism, are described at the end of this chapter. Chapter 3 provides an analysis of CB defense logistics posture. This analysis shows a continuing trend of maintaining a significant portion of CB defense items at low logistical risk, thus enhancing the warfighters abilities to sustain operations in an CB-contaminated environment. The analysis reviews the status of quantities, characteristics, and capabilities and limitations of all fielded CB defense equipment, industrial base requirements, procurement schedules, and problems encountered.
Chapter 4 assesses the status of CB defense training and readiness conducted by the Services. Each of the Services training standards and programs is reviewed. Chapter 5 provides information on the status of DoD efforts to implement the Chemical Weapons Convention, which was ratified by the United States and entered into force during 1997. This chapter also includes a summary of plans and activities to provide assistance to other countries in response to an appeal by another State Party to the Chemical Weapons Convention. Annexes A through E provide detailed information on Joint and Service-unique NBC defense equipment, including (A) contamination avoidance, (B) modeling and simulation, (C) protection, (D) decontamination, and (E) medical programs. Detailed descriptions are provided for systems and equipment that have been fielded, are in production, or are under development. Annex F provides a summary of funds appropriated, budgeted, and expended by the DoD CBDP. Annex G provides NBC defense logistics readiness data and a breakout of service war requirements, stocks on hand, and planned acquisitions. Annex H provides a statement regarding CB defense programs involving human subjects. No such testing has been conducted in over two decades, and none is planned. Annex I provides the text of the congressional language requiring this report. Annex J provides a list of acronym
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