CDTF

AcronymDefinition
CDTFCommunity Development Trust Fund (Kenya and EU poverty initiative)
CDTFChemical Defense Training Facility
CDTFChemical Demilitarization Training Facility
CDTFChemical Decontamination Training Facility
CDTFChemical Dependency Task Force (Minnesota)
CDTFCivil Disturbance Task Force
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The most popular of those facilities are the CDTF and the First Lieutenant Terry Facility.
The CDTF offers live nerve agent training for uniformed Service members.
1st Class George Young, CDTF operations non-commissioned officer.
Projects under CDTF funding include environment, agriculture, roads, health, education and water, said EU Environment Programme Manager Thomas Yatich.
CDTF has improved livelihood systems and conservation of community natural resources for environmental stability through prudent use of resources, said Planning Principal Secretary Peter Mangiti.
Craig Seger, GP Vice President and CDTF Program Manager, stated, "The PCSS upgrade is an example of the successful business partnering relationship between GP and the PMCSD, with respect to evaluating technological advancements to determine if implementation would enhance training program quality.
The CDTF exposes military, civilian, and foreign NBC specialists to operations in a toxic chemical agent (VX and GB) environment.
His previous assignments include ANCOC branch chief, NCO Academy, For McClellan, Alabama; brigade NBC NCO, DIVARTY, 2d Infantry Division, Korea; and team lender, CDTF, Fort McClellan, Alabama.
Since moving from Fort McClellan, the new CDTF has trained more than 4,200 students, including five German NBC classes, during its first year of operation.
Army Chemical School (USACMLS) determined that it could, and would, in fact, actively support the addition of German training at the CDTF.
None of those suits are currently in use at the facility," said Jack Freeman, CDTF protective-clothing and equipment supervisor.