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    RDECOM C&B Center MSSPIX 2018

    RDECOM C&B Center MSSPIX 2018

    04.17.2018 | Video by Jack Bunja
    Nestled in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, the 2018 Maneuver Support Sustainment Protection Integration Experiment (MSSPIX) at Fort Leonard...

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    Army Scientists Find New Potential Counter to Nerve...

    05.07.2021 | Story by Brian Feeney
    Learn about a common, over-the-counter nutritional supplement that Army researchers believe can counteract how the deadly VX nerve agent attacks life-sustaining activities in human cells. Researchers are looking to pair this common supplement with a monitoring system to protect Soldiers from the VX threat.

    CCDC Chemical Biological Center’s Mobile Lab...

    09.30.2020 | Story by Brian Feeney
    The Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense was tasked with the mission of testing the entire 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division Minnesota National Guard, for COVID-19 at their embarkation site at Camp Ripley Training Center in Minnesota. To rapidly field a solution, the JPEO-CBRND turned to the CCDC Chemical Biological Center for assistance. The Center transported a...

    CCDC Chemical Biological Center Helps Air Force...

    09.14.2020 | Courtesy Story
    Anytime a deployed warfighter tests positive for COVID-19 he or she needs to be transported to a medical facility quickly to avoid affecting more warfighters in the unit. Up until now, commanders have relied on small isolation modules on airplanes or flying infected warfighters in open helicopters with the pilot and medical personnel in personal protective (PPE) ensembles. The U.S. Air Force CBRN Defense Systems Branch decided that there had...