USACBRNS

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USACBRNSUnited States Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School
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Over the past few years, USACBRNS and the Regiment have initiated significant changes in doctrine, organization, training, equipment, and personnel requirements, trending toward a more holistic and proactive approach to preventing intentional and unintentional complications caused by the spectrum of CBRN threats and hazards.
USACBRNS has revised a significant portion of its curricula to complement these recent doctrinal, organizational, and materiel changes.
USACBRNS curricula and modules help close the historic gap from an all-hazards chemical, biological, and radiological procedural and protective equipment perspective, but do not include the full range of instruction needed for all the competencies expected of a CBRN specialist.
Officers (0-3 through 0-5) and NCOs (E-7 through E-9) who are interested in available drilling individual mobilization augmentee positions throughout USACBRNS should contact the USAR Proponency NCO.
Field grade USAR officers who would like to transfer into the Chemical Corps should contact the USACBRNS Deputy Assistant Commandant-Army Reserve (DAC-AR) for specific branch qualification information.
I am pleased to announce that the new USACBRNS leadership team is finally set and ready to assist you in any way possible.
You should be as proud as I am of the hard work and efforts of those here at USACBRNS.
She was the first female to lead the 82d Chemical Battalion, and she formerly served as the chief of staff of USACBRNS and the chief of staff of MSCoE.
The training operation tested the desire of USACBRNS and Fort Leonard Wood to provide a legitimate training venue for entire CBW teams.
Unit leaders who wish to use USACBRNS and Fort Leonard Wood facilities should contact the Staff Operations Section, 3d Chemical Brigade, at (573) 596-0131, extension 65378 or 60789 for current information.
Army Training and Doctrine Command, where he provides assistance and expertise to USACBRNS, ensuring that new and modified courses meet DA standards for acceptance.
Lindberg is the assistant historian at the USACBRNS History Office, Fort Leonard Wood.