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    • CMA Tours

      CMA Tours

      CMA hosts tours at it's Chemical Demilitarization Training Facility to exchange chemical demilitarization knowledge and lessons learned that can be applied worldwide.

    • CMA Storage Mission

      CMA Storage Mission

      The U.S. Army Chemical Materials Activity oversees secure storage of the U.S. two remaining chemical weapons stockpiles at Pueblo Chemical Depot in Colorado and Blue Grass Army Depot in Kentucky.

    • U.S. Army Chemical Materials Activity

      U.S. Army Chemical Materials Activity

      CMA's mission is to manage the Nation's stockpile of chemical weapons, assess and destroy chemical warfare materiel, comply with the Chemical Weapons Convention Treaty, and to protect people and the environment.

    • Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program

      Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program

      CMA works closely in partnership with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, state and local governments to implement the Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program, which educates, prepares and protects communities surrounding the stockpiles.

    • Recovered Chemical Materiel Directorate

      Recovered Chemical Materiel Directorate

      CMA's Recovered Chemical Materiel Directorate provides centralized management and direction to the Department of Defense for the assessment and destruction of recovered chemical warfare materiel in a safe and environmentally sound manner.

    • It's Your Move

      It's Your Move

      Supports DoD household goods shipment and storage Peak Season 2019. Education and awareness campaign for Service members, local transportation offices, family support centers, senior enlisted advisers and Service Public Affairs offices.

    • AFIMSC Innovation

      AFIMSC Innovation

      The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center is the installation and mission support innovation hub for 77 installations, 10 major commands, four primary subordinate units, and two direct reporting units across the Air Force enterprise. It leverages new technologies and best practices to equip Warfighters to Fly, Fight and Win in Air, Space, and Cyberspace.

    • Air Force Ranger Assessment Course

      Air Force Ranger Assessment Course

      The United States Air Force Ranger Assessment Course is a stress-fueled battle school which develops Airmen to lead under mental, emotional, and physical strain, improving Airmen’s resiliency and coping mechanisms. Qualified Airmen from any career field can attend the course, which is held twice a year. The course has a 66-percent fail rate.

      Those who succeed may go on to apply to attend...