CEXCCurrent Exception
CEXCCombined Explosive Exploitation Cell
CEXCCentro Experimental del Conocimiento (Spain)
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The Services have developed a variety of modular, scalable, deployable laboratories for overseas contingencies, including those used by the Navy CEXC platoons and Army EFLs.
The Army's EFLs and the Navy's Technical Support Detachment with its subordinate CEXC platoons would be well suited to fulfill the QDR priority of enhancing domestic counter-IED capabilities.
(1) In 2008, the Joint Requirements Oversight Council (JROC) directed the institutionalization of CEXC and the Joint Expeditionary Forensic Facilities (now EFL) through a doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, and facilities (DOTMLPF) Change Request, JROCM 128-08.
The brigade's strategy to overcome this hurdle was to identify key judges in each distinct operational environment and then take them on guided trips to the CEXC and JEFF labs.
Companies were able to work with their battalion S2 and LEP, who had direct access with the PTF, ETF, CEXC and JEFF labs, to turn in evidence acquired on the battlefield.
In addition, the GoI continues to lean heavily on the CEXC and JEFF labs for personnel and equipment, which is likely to continue for some time due to a chronic shortage of properly trained Iraqi personnel.
CEXC mission focuses in collecting and analyzing this information from multiple disciplines engineering, ordnance and forensic disciplines.
The JEFF system comprises one of the key players; two others are the CEXC lab and the document and media exploitation cells.
The course focuses on the proper way to collect, preserve, and ship forensic materials to the appropriate labs; and it covers the capabilities of the JEFF and CEXC labs.
The headquarters platoon, led primarily by the fire support officer, re-directed intelligence analysis, enemy trend identification, and CEXC device profile tracking.
This includes the link-up, reception, and transfer of explosive material from an ISF location to CEXC laboratories for analysis.
A more frequent and detailed utilization of the Tactical Ground Reporting (TIGR) system also enabled post-operation site exploitation reports (SERs), SIGACT mapping, enemy trends, and overall CEXC case tracking.