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美军化学兵野战条令

美军的条令一直根据形势发展、作战任务变化等不断进行着调整和更新。随着美军转型的深入,美军化学兵所使用的各种条令也在不断修订和完善。特别是2006年,美军对很多条令进行了修订或评估。
下表简要汇总了美军化学兵各种条令的主要内容和修订现状。

编号

名称

颁布日期

简况

目前已有的出版物

FM 3-11
MCWP 3-37.1
NWP 3-11
AFTTP(I) 3-2.42
核化生防御作战的诸兵种战术、技术和程序
2003.3.10
该条令是一本诸兵种战术、技术和程序(MTTP)手册,为指挥员和作战人员计划和执行化生放核(CBRN)防御作战提供参考,重点关注反扩散的被动防御部分。
目前状况:正在进行2006财年正式评估。
FM 3-3
FMFM 3-11-17
化学和生物沾染规避
1992.11.16
C1:
1994.9.29
MTTP手册。详细描述了CBRN报警报知系统,以及如何定位和确认化生沾染,如何在CBRN沾染环境中或沾染环境周围作业。
目前状况:正在进行2006财年修订(修订后将重新编号为FM 3-11.3,重新命名,并整合至FM 3-3-1
FM 3-11.4
MCWP 3-37.2
NTTP 3-11.27
AFTTP(I) 3-2.46
核化生防护的诸兵种战术、技术和程序
2003.6.3
制定了CBRN防护原则的MTTP手册,主要涉及部队和市民的个人防护和集体防护。
目前状况:执行阶段
FM 3-5
MCWP 3-37.3
核化生洗消
2000.7.28
C1:
2002.1.31
内容包括CBRN洗消原则、CBRN洗消水平、在战术环境中CBRN洗消的战术、技术和程序(TTP)。
目前状况:正在进行2006财年修订(修订后将重新编号为FM 3-11.5,并重新命名)
FM 3-6
AFM 105-7
FMFM 7-11-H
NBC战剂的野战状况(包括发烟剂和燃烧剂)
1986.11.3
MTTP手册。主要讲述天气和地形所造成的野战影响以及CBRN作战中发烟剂的使用。
目前状况:正在进行2006财年正式评估。
FM 3-11.9
MCRP 3-37.1B
NTRP 3-11.32
AFTTP(I) 3-2.55
潜在的军用毒剂、生物战剂和化合物
2005.1.10
MTTP手册。为指挥员和作战人员提供毒剂、生物战剂和其他有军事兴趣的化合物(如有毒工业化学品)的一般信息和技术数据。
目前状况:执行阶段
FM 3-11.11
MCRP 3-3.7.2
燃烧剂、控暴剂和除莠剂行动
1996.8.19
C1:
2003.3.10
MTTP手册。描述了在和平时期和战斗中布设燃烧武器、控暴剂和除莠剂的条令和TTP
目前状况:执行阶段
FM 3-11.14
MCRP 3-37.1A
NTTP 3-11.28
AFTTP(I) 3-2.54
NBC脆弱性评估的诸兵种战术、技术和程序
2004.12.28
MTTP手册。内容包括CBRN脆弱性评估;对风险的分析、管理和评估;对脆弱性的衡量和减轻脆弱性的措施。
目前状况:执行阶段
FM 3-11.19
MCWP 3-37.4
NTTP 3-11.29
AFTTP(I) 3-2.44
核化生侦察的诸兵种战术、技术和程序
2004.7.30
计划和执行CBRN侦察作业的MTTP手册,描述了如何对CBRN和有毒工业品污染进行侦测、标记、取样和鉴别。
目前状况:执行阶段
FM 3-11.21
MCRP 3-37.2C
NTTP 3-11.24
AFTTP(I) 3-2.37
后果管理中核化生方面的诸兵种战术、技术和程序
2001.12.12
MTTP手册。为指挥员和作战人员减轻后果管理中核化生方面的问题提供参考。
目前状况:正在进行2006财年修订。
FM 3-11.22
大规模杀伤性武器城市支援组(WMD-CSTs)的诸兵种战术、技术和程序
2003.6.6
只提供给军队使用的手册。为WMD- CSTs提供了所建议的条令性TTP,该手册是为当地、州、联邦等各级应急响应系统提供帮助而设计的。
目前状况:正在进行2006财年修订。
FM 3-11.34
MCWP 3-37.5
NTTP 3-11.23
AFTTP(I) 3-2.33
剧院等固定设施、港口、机场NBC防护的诸兵种程序
2000.9.29
MTTP手册。为固定设施、港口、机场计划和开展CBRN防护提供诸兵种参考。
目前状况:正在进行2006财年修订。
FM 3-50
发烟操作
1990.12.4
C1:
1996.9.11
只提供给军队使用的手册。提供了所建议的条令性TTP,用于攻击和打败特定的敌方目标、传感器、目标探测系统、武器导航系统以及敌方的其他光电设备。
目前状况:正在进行2006财年正式评估(完成后将重新编号为FM 3-11.50,并整合至FM 3-101-1)。
FM 3-11.86
MCWP 3.37.1C
NTTP 3-11.31
AFTTP(I) 3-2.52
生物监督的诸兵种战术、技术和程序
2004.10.4
MTTP手册,计划和执行生物监督,用于生物战剂的监控、检测、取样、鉴别、报告、包装和疏散。
目前状况:执行阶段
FM 3-101
化学职员和单位
1993.11.19
只提供给军队使用的手册。列明了化学职员的职能、化学单位的指挥和控制、化学器件的布设等基本原则。
目前状况:正在进行2006财年修订(修订后将重新编号为FM 3-11.100)。
FM 9-20
技术陪同操作
1997.11.3
只提供给军队使用的手册。提供了条令性TTP,用于技术陪同组的安排。
目前状况:正在进行2006财年修订(修订后将重新编号为FM 3-11.20)。

正在制定的出版物

FM 3-11.23
设施指挥官化生放核爆(CBRNE)手册

待定

只提供给设施人员使用的军队手册,用于CBRNE恐怖袭击或军事设施事故的计划和响应。
目前状况:2006财年正在制定。
FM 3-11.24
敏感场所和有害场所评估作业的化生放核手册

待定

军队手册。为常规部队化学单元进行敏感场所和有害场所评估作业提供所建议的条令性TTP
目前状况:2006财年正在制定。

老大,这份资料2006年初或之前的吧。我初步看了看,更改如下:

1)FM 3-11.50    BATTLEFIELD OBSCURATION
SS FM 3-50 & FM 3-101-1      31-Dec-2008出版

2)FM 3-11.22    WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION - CIVIL SUPPORT TEAM OPERATIONS
CHANGE 1, 31 MAR 09

3)FM 3-11.34    MULTISERVICE TTP FOR INSTALLATION CBRN DEFENSE
  06-Nov-2007

4)FM 3-11.21    MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, AND NUCLEAR CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS
  01-Apr-2008

5)FM 3-11.19    MULTI-SERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL RECONNAISSANCE
CHANGE 1, 31 DEC 2008

6)增加一本:
FM 3-11.3    MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, AND NUCLEAR CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE
SS FM 3-3   02-Feb-2006

7)FM 3-11.5    MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, AND NUCLEAR DECONTAMINATION
SS FM 3-5   04-Apr-2006 出版
Rangers,lead the way!

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8)
FM 3-11.20    TECHNICAL ESCORT BATTALION OPERATIONS
  29-Aug-2007
Rangers,lead the way!

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我查了一下资料,
FM 3-11.20    TECHNICAL ESCORT BATTALION OPERATIONS
  29-Aug-2007
FM 3-11.50    BATTLEFIELD OBSCURATION
SS FM 3-50 & FM 3-101-1 31-Dec-2008

这2本加密的,我没有,其他应该都有。
Rangers,lead the way!

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是一个老资料了,刚在电脑中发现的,担心被遗漏掉,所以先发到论坛上再说。

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进去看看。谢谢楼主的无私分享

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美军CBRN条令2014更新
DOCTRINE UPDATE

U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center of Excellence
Capabilities Development Integration Directorate
Concepts, Organization, and Doctrine Development Division

Number            Title             Date          Status

Joint Publications

The U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and
Nuclear School (USACBRNS) is not the proponent for joint
publications (JPs). However, the Chemical, Biological,
Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Doctrine Branch; Concepts,
Organization, and Doctrine Development Division;
Capabilities Development Integration Directorate; U.S. Army
Maneuver Support Center of Excellence, is often a key
stakeholder and sometimes the lead agent for a JR Five JPs
affect the development or revision of tactical-level CBRN
publications.

JP 3-11           Operations        4 Oct 13      Current.
                  in
                  Chemical,
                  Biological,
                  Radiological,
                  and
                  Nuclear
                  (CBRN)
                  Environments

JP 3-11 is no longer focused purely on passive defense,
which is based on a new definition of the CBRN environment
as "an operational environment that includes CBRN threats
and hazards and their potential resulting effects." Rather
than dwelling on postevent hazards that require reactions,
the focus is on preevent threats and hazards that allow
proactive measures. JP 3-11 also includes information about
the new, validated, approved concepts of hazard awareness
and understanding and contamination mitigation.

JP 3-27           Homeland          29 Jul 13     Current.
                  Defense

JP 3-27 provides information across the range of military
operations (including interorganizational coordination,
planning, and mission command) that is required to defeat
external threats to, and aggression against, the homeland-or
other threats, as directed by the President. The scope of
the current revision has been narrowed by replacing the
phrase defense of the U.S. homeland with homeland defense.
Presidential and Secretary of Defense guidance has evolved
significantly since 2007, thereby affecting relationships
between the federal government and state and local
jurisdictions with regard to unified action. JP 3-27 covers
the federal and state interagency coordination of roles that
are unique to homeland defense and then refers to JP 3-08,
Interorganizational Coordination During Joint Operations,
for more detailed guidance. JP 3-27 also addresses the dual
roles of the Army National Guard in federal and state chains
of command and explains how those roles affect homeland
defense.

JP 3-28           Civil             31 Jul 13     Current.
                  Support

JP 3-28 provides overarching guidelines and principles to
assist commanders and staffs in planning, conducting, and
assessing defense support of civil authorities (DSCA). It
introduces the principle of civilian agencies being in
charge of the domestic operations that receive military
support. It also discusses the unique command relationships
and coordinating processes to be used when operating in DSCA
capacity. Finally, JP 3-28 discusses selected aspects of
supporting and sustaining the joint force during these
specific types of operations. Major changes from the
previous version include replacing the term civil support
with the term DSCA and replacing the term National Response
Plan with the term National Response Framework.

JP 3-40           Combating         10 Jun 09     Under revision.
                  Weapons of
                  Mass
                  Destruction

The JP 3-40 revision effort is being synchronized with that
of the soon-to-be-published National Defense Strategy to
Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction (NDS-CWMD). (1) Major
changes include replacing the term combating weapons of mass
destruction (WMD) (struggling with or fighting) with the
term countering WMD (embarking on efforts to
counterproliferate the development, use, and means of
delivery, including efforts to minimize or negate the
effects of an event). This is important, as the CBRN
community has struggled to acquire a common lexicon since
combating-countering WMD rose to the forefront of national
concern. The focus of the framework will no longer be on the
eight military mission areas, but rather on a series of
strategic approaches.2 Sections describing the Countering
Terrorism Campaign and explaining how countering WMD relates
to DSCA are also being added. This is a significant
addition, since combating-countering WMD considerations for
the continental United States have not previously been
incorporated. JP 3-40 will continue to focus on "left of
boom" (dissuade, deter, disrupt) proactive measures.

JP 3-41           Chemical,         21 Jun 12     Current.
                  Biological,
                  Radiological,
                  and
                  Nuclear
                  Consequence
                  Management

JP 3-41 now focuses only on CBRN. It includes a new
framework for CBRN response, elevates consequence management
to a federal government level of effort, and aligns joint
doctrine with the Department of Defense (DOD) contribution
to consequence management. This publication introduces three
subsets of consequence management (domestic CBRN, foreign,
and DOD-led) and discusses the roles and responsibilities of
the subsets and the differences between them. JP 3-41 also
introduces the DOD chemical, biological, radiological, and
nuclear response enterprise (CRE), an integrated Regular
Army and Reserve Component approach to CBRN response. When
directed by the Secretary of Defense and the state governor,
the DOD CRE conducts CBRN response operations in support of
civil authorities responding to CBRN incidents within the
United States and its territories to save lives and minimize
human suffering.3-4

Multi-Service Publications

The USACBRNS is the U.S. Army proponent and lead agent for
nine tactical-level, multi-Service publications. Seven of
the publications are sponsored by the Joint Requirements
Office for CBRN Defense (J-8), Joint Chiefs of Staff.

FM 3-11           Multi-            1 Jul 11      Current. Will
MCWP 3-37.1       Service                         be revised in
NWP 3-11          Doctrine                        the near future
AFTTP 3-2.42      for                             due to
                  Chemical,                       revisions in
                  Biological,                     the NDS-CWMD
                  Radiological,                   and joint
                  and                             doctrine. The
                  Nuclear                         revision
                  Operations                      timeline will
                                                  be based on
                                                  guidance from
                                                  the Joint
                                                  Requirements
                                                  Office and a
                                                  decision from
                                                  all four
                                                  Services.

FM 3-11 is the only field manual for which the USACBRNS is
the lead agent. It focuses on combating WMD, discusses the
strategic pillars and tactical objectives, and translates
the military mission areas into eight tactical tasks. This
represents a huge paradigm shift for the CBRN community. Our
focus moves toward the more proactive role of conducting or
supporting active defense, interdiction operations,
offensive operations, and elimination operations and away
from the reactive role of passive defense (including
avoidance, protection, and decontamination).

ATP 3-11.23       Multi-            1 Nov 13      Current.
MCWP 3-37.7       Service                         Supersedes Army
NTTP 3-11.35      Tactics,                        Tactics,
AFTTP 3-2.71      Techniques,                     Techniques, and
                  and                             Procedures
                  Procedures                      (ATTP) 3-
                  for                             11.23.
                  Weapons of
                  Mass
                  Destruction
                  Elimination
                  Operations

Army Techniques Publication (ATP) 3-11.23 is "Part 2" of ATP
3-11.37. The WMD elimination isolation activity is the seam
that links the battle handover from a conventional CBRN
force conducting the assessment task to the technical CBRN
force conducting exploitation and destruction tasks. ATP
3-11.23 educates the reader on performing the entire process
from cradle (reconnoitering) to grave (monitoring and
redirecting) and on planning, preparing, executing,
performing, and assessing considerations throughout. This
tactical-level publication truly focuses on "left of boom"
actions.

ATP 3-11.32       Multi-            TBD           Under
MCWP 3-37.2       Service                         development.
NTTP 3-11.37      Tactics,                        Will combine,
AFTTP 3-2.46      Techniques,                     revise, and
(Volumes I        and                             supersede FM 3-
and II)           Procedures                      11.3, FM 3-
                  for                             11.4, and FM 3-
                  Chemical,                       11.5.
                  Biological,
                  Radiological,
                  and
                  Nuclear
                  Passive
                  Defense

ATP 3-11.32 will consist of two volumes. Volume I will
contain information for conducting operations; performing
tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP); and understanding
how to carry out CBRN passive defense. Volume II will
contain supporting technical information (CBRN Warning and
Reporting System, hazard prediction, decontamination). ATP
3-11.32 will contain the latest validated information
regarding hazard prediction and warning and reporting
procedures. It will present tactical-level discussions on
the validated joint concept of contamination mitigation,
which will be introduced in the revised JP 3-11.

ATP 3-11.36       Multi-            1 Nov 13      Current.
MCRP 3-37B        Service                         Supersedes ATTP
NTTP 3-11.34      Tactics,                        3-11.36.
AFTTP 3-2.70      Techniques,
                  and
                  Procedures
                  for
                  Chemical,
                  Biological,
                  Radiological,
                  and
                  Nuclear
                  Aspects of
                  Command
                  and
                  Control

ATP 3-11.36 includes the doctrinal employment of CBRN
capabilities (organizations, personnel, technology, and
information) to characterize CBRN threats and hazards,
including toxic industrial material, for the commander and
the force. This manual also incorporates the joint doctrine
elements for combating WMD. It is designed to provide
operational-and tactical-level commanders and staffs with
capability employment planning data and considerations to
shape military operations involving CBRN threats and hazards
and operations in CBRN environments.

ATP 3-11.37       Multi-            25 Mar 13     Current.
MCWP 3-37.4       Service                         Supersedes FM
NTTP 3-11.29      Tactics,                        3-11.19 and FM
AFTTP 3-2.44      Techniques,                     3-11.86.
                  and
                  Procedures
                  for
                  Chemical,
                  Biological,
                  Radiological,
                  and
                  Nuclear
                  Reconnaissance
                  and
                  Surveillance

ATP 3-11.37 is designed for the conventional force. It
establishes forms, modes, and methods of, and tasks for,
CBRN reconnaissance and surveillance. It also establishes
four new CBRN hazard identification levels that have been
accepted by combatant commanders and the medical community
for environmental samples and clinical specimens. These new
hazard identification levels allow the conventional force to
provide the commander with sample identification at higher
levels of confidence. This, in turn, allows the commander to
make more timely, higher-level decisions that enhance force
protection, improve mission accomplishment, and result in
resource savings. It establishes a sample management process
and educates Soldiers on the protocols of the process, from
sample collection through transfer. Finally, it instructs
Soldiers on dismounted reconnaissance operations in urban
environments.

FM 3-11.21        Multi-            1 Apr 08      Under revision.
MCRP 3-37.2C      Service                         Will be
NTTP 3-11.24      Tactics,                        redesignated
AFTTP(I) 3-2.37   Techniques,                     ATP 3-11.41.
                  and
                  Procedures
                  for
                  Chemical,
                  Biological,
                  Radiological,
                  and
                  Nuclear
                  Consequence
                  Management
                  Operations

FM 3-11.21 focuses on DOD support to domestic or foreign
CBRN consequence management operations. It will be designed
for CBRN responders who plan and conduct CBRN consequence
management operations in domestic, foreign, or theater
operational environments. It will provide an important
reference for planning and conducting CBRN consequence
management.

ATP 3-11.42       Multi-            26 Apr 13     Current.
MCWP 3-38.1       Service                         Supersedes FM
NTTP 3-11.36      Tactics,                        3-11.34. Will
AFTTP (1)3-2.37   Techniques,                     be converted to
                  and                             a technical
                  Procedures                      manual (TM) in
                  for                             2015.
                  Installation
                  Emergency
                  Management

ATP 3-11.42 addresses the installation commander's response
to an incident that takes place on an installation. The
scope of this revision has been expanded from CBRN defense
to all-hazards installation emergency management, which
includes the management of CBRN events. The publication
defines the roles of DOD installation commanders and staffs
and provides the TTP associated with installation planning
and preparedness for, response to, and recovery from all
hazards in order to save lives, protect property, and
sustain mission readiness.

ATP 3-11.46       Weapons of        20 May 14     Current.
AFTTP 3-2.81      Mass                            Revises and
                  Destruction-                    supersedes FM
                  Civil                           3-11.22.
                  Support
                  Team
                  Operations

ATP 3-11.46 serves as the foundation for WMD-CST doctrine.
It focuses on the organization, mission, command and control
(C2), and operations of WMD-CSTs, which are full-time Army
National Guard units designed to provide the specialized
capability necessary to respond to intentional and
unintentional incidents and natural and man-made disasters.
The WMD-CST, a component of the CRE, provides direct support
to local, tribal, state, and federal emergency responders,
including fire, police, and emergency medical service
personnel. Unless federalized under Title 10, U.S. Code (10
USC), Armed Forces, WMD-CSTs operate in 32 USC, National
Guard, status within the United States and its territories
and possessions. Responding under the authority of the state
governor, WMD-CSTs assist agencies that may be overwhelmed
or may require specific technical capabilities which are not
otherwise readily available.

ATP 3-11.47       Chemical,         26 Apr 13     Current.
AFTTP 3-2.79      Biological,
                  Radiological,
                  Nuclear,
                  and High-
                  Yield
                  Explosives
                  Enhanced
                  Response
                  Force
                  Package
                  (CERFP)
                  and
                  Homeland
                  Response
                  Force
                  (HRF)
                  Operations

ATP 3/11.47 is a new manual. It contains detailed tactical
doctrine and TTP and sets the foundation for the tactical
employment of the CERFP and HRF. The CERFP and HRF can be
pre/positioned, or they can respond to an incident using
existing organic transportation and Army National Guard/Air
National Guard units that are in 32 USC status. These units
are trained and equipped to integrate under the National
Incident Management System in support of an incident
commander. The CERFP supports the incident commander by
planning and exercising mission command, casualty search and
extraction, ambulatory and nonambulatory mass casualty
decontamination, emergency medical triage and patient
stabilization, and fatality search and recovery. The HRF
supports the incident commander by planning and conducting
C2, security operations and, if applicable, CERFP
operations.

Army-Only Publications

The USACBRNS is the U.S. Army proponent for three tactical-level,
Army-only publications.

ATP 3-11.24       Technical         6 May 14      Current.
                  Chemical,                       Revises and
                  Biological,                     supersedes FM
                  Radiological,                   3-11.20.
                  Nuclear,
                  and High-
                  Yield
                  Explosives
                  (CBRNE)
                  Force
                  Employment

ATP 3-11.24 describes how technical CBRNE forces support
combatant commanders through every phase of operations
conducted in-theater and in the homeland. This is important
in educating those who are outside the CBRN community with
regard to the true capabilities of the technical CBRNE
force. The appendixes include information about specific
technical CBRNE force missions, organizations, capabilities,
and employment considerations.

ATP 3-11.50       Battlefield       Current.
                  Obscuration
                  15 May 14

ATP 3-11.50 provides TTP to plan obscuration operations and
employ obscurants during, or in support of, unified land
military operations at the tactical through operational
levels of war.

FMI 3-90.10       Chemical,         TBD           The U.S. Army
                  Biological,                     Training and
                  Radiological,                   Doctrine
                  Nuclear,                        Command will
                  and High-                       allow this
                  Yield                           publication to
                  Explosives                      expire in
                  Operational                     December 2015.
                  Headquarters                    A new-start
                                                  publication
                                                  with the
                                                  designation ATP
                                                  3-37.11 will
                                                  start to be
                                                  developed at
                                                  the end of 4th
                                                  quarter, fiscal
                                                  year (FY) 2014,
                                                  to capture TTP
                                                  from tactical
                                                  to operational
                                                  levels and to
                                                  focus on the
                                                  typical
                                                  employment of
                                                  CBRN forces,
                                                  rather than
                                                  soley on the
                                                  headquarters.

FMI 3-90.10 will educate the reader on the special
capabilities that exist within the CBRNE mission command
element.

Technical Manual

The USACBRNS is the proponent and approving authority for
one technical manual.

TM 3-11.91        Chemical,         Pending       Under
MCRP 3-37.1B      Biological,                     development.
NTRP 3-11.32      Radiological,                   Will revise and
AFTTP 3-2.55      and                             supersede FM 3-
                  Nuclear                         11.9 and FM 3-
                  Threats                         11.11. Will be
                  and                             published 1st
                  Hazards                         quarter, FY 15.

TM 3-11.91 serves as a one-stop shop for information about
the technical aspects of CBRN threats and hazards, including
information about the chemistry of homemade explosives. In
addition to the technical information on CBRN threats and
hazards, it also includes basic educational information and
covers the "so what" and the field behavior of CBRN hazards
(including riot control agents and herbicides). The
appendixes contain scientific CBRN data, and the centerpiece
of the manual is the CBRN threats and hazards diagram.

(1) The NDS-CWMD will replace the National Military Strategy
to Combat Weapons of Mass Destruction, 13 February 2006.

(2) The eight military mission areas are offensive
operations, elimination operations, interdiction operations,
active defense, passive defense, WMD consequence management,
security cooperation and partnership activities, and threat
reduction cooperation. (National Military Strategy to Combat
Weapons of Mass Destruction, 13 February 2006.)

(3) The Secretary of Defense authorizes DSCA support by
federal military forces (defense chemical, biological,
radiological, and nuclear response force [DCRF] and command
and control chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear
response element [C2CRE] A and C2CRE B).

(4) The state governor authorizes DSCA by Army National
Guard forces under state mission command (WMD-CST, CERFP,
and HRF).
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